SoundClouder of the Day | Juan Diaz 

Juan Diaz is an instrumentalist from Santiago, Chile and now based in Oslo, Norway. Inspired by the likes of Philip Glass, Miles Davis and Chick Corea, Juan creates a variety of music, from folk music to traditional jazz and electronica.

He writes that he “wants to create random electronic/acoustic beauty without the barriers of genre and style restrictions.”

"Sunny Sunday Blues Jam" is a jazz blues improvisation featuring piano. It’s a sunny, simple song that will delight you.

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SoundClouder of the Day | Guillaume Beaud

Guillaume Beaud is a 17-year-old French Londoner. He’s a self-taught pianist in the last three years and has also played eight years of violin. His piano improvisations and solo pieces are delightful.

"Colourful Paris" is an uplifting, romantic piano improvisation that features jazz-influenced chords.

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SoundClouder of the Day | Louise Bruce

Louise Bruce is an indie acoustic singer-songwriter from Australia. “I write about my experiences and feelings, as well as what I observe in other people’s lives,” she writes.  

Hear Louise’s beautiful vocals in the heartfelt song “Half Light.”

Louise also has found great connections and feedback through others in the SoundCloud community: “Thanks to all the musicians out there who are listening to my songs and giving me your positive feedback, as well as inspiring me with your own beautiful sounds. What an amazing music community SoundCloud has turned out to be.”

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SoundClouder of the Day | Teddy Garcia

Teddy Garcia is a singer-songwriter who was born in West Africa, lived in Scotland and Australia and traveled extensively through North America. He’s now based in the South of France in Céret. "The blues is where I feel most at home," he says. 

Hear his excellent guitar playing and singing in the jazz-influenced composition, “Bluesville by the Sea” which he says is meant to be a “kind of ‘boy meets girl and they drown their sorrows together’ song. The monologue-in-a-bar format is a well worn one, think Sinatra’s “One More for the Road”, Tom Waits’s, “I Hope I Don’t Fall in Love with You.”

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