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Soul Ascension / Press

“Wow does this guy have an amazing voice! This is something I wanna definitely request over and over on the radio. The guitar solo was really amazing too! I'm definitely hooked on the song! Definitely describes how men feel with the different types of women, too. Perfect!”

unknown - reverbnation crowd of bad girlz

“review of the track Quichoo Happy guitar riff to start the song off. Great upbeat tempo to this song. The song has a lot of different influences, i can hear 50's as well as 90's all wrapped up in one. The guitar sound is great, not too clean and not too distorted, sounds like a proper valve amp just cranked up. Overall this is a brilliant feel song and has got lots of potential i would day.”

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“review of the track quichoo This tune begins with a cool beat on th electric guitar. This song reminds me of a song from the 1960s. The tempo is fun and the beat follows suit. The bridge in the middle of the song is an effective transition to the second verse. The band is a good one and they play like they are having fun at what they are doing. Great guitar solo and riffs!”

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“The rattle of the shaker that introduces this song immediately transports me to a desert.A subtle guitar lead winds its insidious way into your brain above the insistent rhythm and the growling vocals Combine it with clever use of percussion and you have desperation, regret and danger. A triumph. ”

“soul ascension new app on the android app kiks some serious butt .bringing modern communication and raising the bar of what should be expected by your local rock band”

eric downer - sascension.com

“review of soul trippin nice sound i like it already...original riffage and cool timing..drums sound well recorded solid nuthin flashy.performance is solid a cool band that hopefully stays on this path ”

“Soul Ascension, a local band from New Britain, will be kicking off their spring show dates at 8 p.m., May 8, at the Austrian Donau Club in New Britain. They will be playing original music from their two albums and new songs from their upcoming third album. Other show dates are May 29, 10 p.m., at the Zen Bar in Plainville, and June 19, 8:30 p.m., at the Austrian Donau Club. Soul Ascension describes themselves as a fuse of rock, industrial and alternative sounds. They also play a variety of cover songs. The band formed back in 2006 as an acoustic solo act, and has since morphed in a popular local favorite with four band members, all local musicians from New Britain. The band is currently running a Facebook campaign to recruit more fans, and will be revamping their band website. For more information including additional show dates and band merchandise, e-mail info@sascension.com, or find Soul Ascension on Facebook. ”

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