Download SoundCloud Player – Alex Zelenka

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Alex Zelenka is a producer and DJ from Chicago, IL. The tracks you can find him making and/or playing vary between tech house, electronica, nu disco and everything in-between. He has a new project available for free download under the title Morphemic.

Alex has impressive stats on SoundCloud for someone we just recently came to know. He has an impressive resume with a considerable amount of releases. We asked him a few questions about his experiences on the site and what his approach to using it.

1) Why do you use SoundCloud? What are some success stories that you have had using the site?

Well, I was one of the first 400 artists who got to test the site before it was officially released and I have proudly used its features (widgets) to release my music for free digital downloads on multi songs.

2) Do you have any strategy with how you’re using SoundCloud?

Normally, I seek out songs and artists I like and follow their work and by using some of the share features it allows to me share music with my favorite artists as well.

3) Who are some of your favorite artists to check for on SoundCloud?

Crystal Castles
cliquetalk
Secret Shadows
Lucky Date
jasontyler
Kill Paris
Da Fresh

4) If there was one feature that you would like added to SoundCloud what would it be?

I think a chat box would be pretty sweet to talk with online artists or maybe an app to design album covers.

5) Who/what are your influences? What songs that you feature on SoundCloud are good examples of these influences?

I am influenced by all genres of music, I have always been in love with the expression through sound.

Check out Alex Zelenka’s latest project: Melodies & Mayhem:

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  • http://www.shaunanicholson.com/ Shauna Nicholson

    I'm digging the Crystal Castles mix. I'm going to have to share this post with some friends. Nice interview, Hubert!

    • http://fryinginvein.com Hubert Sawyers III

      Thanks, Shauna. I’m glad you dig. This stuff’s a bit different than what I normally share, so I’m glad there are people open to it.