Let’s continue our weekly contest for song of the week.
Let this week be the week of ROCK music(all sub-genres are welcome)!

Show us your tracks in this genre!
Let’s see/hear some nice tracks from our library.

Here’s how this should work:

  1. Nominate only your own track(s) by posting URL here on this topic.
  2. We would like to hear some new, quality tracks from you so releases should not be older than 2 months(on our platform).
  3. The track should be in the genre/style which is set for the current week. Those tracks totally out of the genre will be rejected.
  4. We will have different genre every week.
  5. Upvoting the post will be the way of voting.
  6. A reward for the winner will be 1000 MC.
    In case we have two or more posts/tracks with the same number of votes the oldest post will be a winner.

Voting will end on Sunday 4/29 at 9pm UTC.

last edited by Zeljko Stanojkovski

Alright dear fellow Musicoin Friends.
Here is my nominee.
Regards for everyone.


I’d like to submit ‘Panama Paper’, written when the Panama Papers news released last year. Had to clear some emotion out of my system… 😉 Here it is:
Happy listening! Cheers, Mar T.

realised our previous submission was older than 2 months so…this is brand spanking new… Dropkick Runaway is a live favorite from our set lulling you into a false sense of security with a mellow jazzy bassline before it hits the punchy chorus then the final rock/psychedelic wig out ending…enjoy peeps

Hello everyone! Just made a new release on musicoin for the contest! Hope you’ll enjoy…



My nomination for week of rock music is… (Drum rolls)
Keep Moving On by Me Gusta!!

I hereby nominate this Zeppelin-eque rocker, "Couldn’t Put You Down,’ about those first magic moments of a passionate relationship, where you’re shagging 4 or 5 times per day…! 😉 Hehehe…
Performance played as a duo.
Nathan Kaye: vocals, lapsteel slide guitar, foot drums
Marty Smith: Drumkit
Hope you enjoy!
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I also nominate this rocker!
Thundering Earth Roots-Rock, Sunbaked Slide Blues, Didgeridoo beatbox & mind-altering lyrics.
This is what you put on booming from your car whilst sitting next to the campfire or driving to your next surf trip… Pure sub-tropical beach vibes…

This is blistering Lapsteel Slide Guitar Rock with my trademark beatboxing & Didgeridoo…

It was the single for an EP I released back in 2006 that got a bit of national airplay on a big popular radio syndicate here (Triple J) in Australia.

Featuring Pauly B (Paul Bromley) from the ARIA chart-topping bands ‘The Beautiful Girls’ & ‘George’ on Bass.
Plus Special guest vocals from Lisa Hunt from New York…

Philosophy Behind the Song

It’s lyrical focus is metaphorically how we are Burning the candle at both ends micro-cosmically in our personal lives destroying our emotional and physical health, as well as macro-cosmically in our society destroying our planet’s environmental health.

Have you ever felt frustrated by how the system we live in seems to put our planet, our environment last on the priority list? It’s as if the people who run transnational corporations and politicians who permit these plutocrats to continue practices of ecocide, don’t care.
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last edited by Nathan Kaye 0

I just uploaded a previously unreleased hard rock tune for this week’s contest. I wrote and produced this a number of years ago. It’s much heavier than the rest of my music on Musicoin but I love that I can share anything I’ve done on this supportive and awesome platform!

Here is my nomination.
It’s from the experimental album The Messenger, which is a metal/rock/progressive album made on a computer.

The Essence of Freedom

Here’s another one, the title song, one of the two epics of the album:

The Messenger


Ah a week I can enter! 🙂

So here is a selection of recent tracks that fit the genre:

This one is a little too old to fit the criteria but as it is our anthem when we play live I have included it for your listening pleasure 😛 - “Growing Old Disgracefully”

Thank you for listening and good luck everyone!

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