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S.C.R.D. - Phone Sext

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NEW YORK, NY – S.C.R.D. (Sweet Chuck Ravin Dave) officially re-released their third studio single, titled “Phone Sext” the musical, storytelling duo’s third record release on indie record label Trip Digital Inc. Most notable is the very talented, tall, dark and handsome (4+ octave) UK singer and songwriter, Mr Wright. S.C.R.D. enlisted the multi-talented Jazz and Soul musician, Benny Harrison, American Jazz Bassist, James Genus, and Marissa Licata on violin.

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S.C.R.D. - Someday

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NEW YORK, NY – S.C.R.D. re-released their first single record, Someday. It took only a couple of months to write, record, produce, mix and master. Just starting out they had little choice but to self publish through either Tunecore or CD Baby. They chose Tunecore, and subsequently released four more songs since then till now, while working on finishing their first album.

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Someday (Producer Pack)

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Someday is a versatile, multi-genre, producer pack of samples cut from the original recording studio mix of live bass, piano, violin and drums. Artist/production duo S.C.R.D. (Sweet Chuck Ravin Dave) feature James Genus (Herbie Hancock) on bass and Marissa Licata (Alicia Keys, Fugees, Wyclef) on violin. This pack contains 100 high-resolution .WAV files that include single stabs, 1-4 bar progressions and riffs in the key of F with a tempo of 82 bpm. Designed to fit the needs of producers looking to work with real instrumental sounds at 44.1 kHz and 24-bit.

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S.C.R.D. - Saturday Right (Ft. A$ton Dollar$)

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This hypnotic, melodic and catchy composition is tightly crafted by DJ Journey, with low end support from American Jazz Bassist, James Genus (SNL/Herbie Hancock) who once again delivers his signature groove lines. Meanwhile, the whimsical rhythmic riffs of Daniel Picciotto’s Gibson guitar, playfully dance along the top line in the background. Both tease the melody and then prominently strut across the bridge before sweeping listeners back into a final chorus and breakdown.

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