Song Reviews

Finally someone who thinks out the box.

Most of time write review is boring, it's like to see a movie 10 times... Nothing new really,but suddenly someone comes with authentic ideas... Nice riff & Guitar sound. Surprising part 2... Yeah...i liked. Great solo and production.

Brazil, São Paulo

A professional is at work here.

Hi Mike, keep it up! In my youth I also loved playing this style. Quality will always win. You give a lot of emotions while playing. The most important thing is to put the right notes in the right places. Crafting means being able to do it. greetings Eugène

Germany, Mercedes-Benz-City

Nice Mix

Great Groove the guitars are nice the break change up is nice interesting off time. I like the changes through out the song . Nice guitar licks the bass has some nice fills going on as well. Great Job.

United States, California, Arroyyo Grande


Cool, I like it, couldn't get it loud enough on my computer; Will crank it up and listen again; I like the drum changes too; It sounds like there is a jazz influence here; This is a good instrumental and doesn't need words!!!

United States, Texas, Arlington

Bop review

Ok folks I’m back to review your favorite tracks so let’s get started,I love the rhythm section in the beginning with the reverse bass track. This is a very good rock song it’s heavy and driving. This song reminds me of early Billy Idol and early rush. I really like the heaviness of this track,it’s very cool how the changes comes at you and changes almost into another song.the musicianship is outstanding and production.well done.

United States, Pennsylvania, Nazareth

Ahead Lies What... - Mike Harty

A very interesting and at the same time intriguing song, almost instrumental ... The great dynamics of this composition is based on an intense, blues-rock riff, somewhat straight from ZZ Top. For this strongly exposed bass guitar line. Enriched with a guitar solo, then another solo line is added, they play two solos at the same time. Surprise appears in the middle of the song - release appears along with the syncopated drum line. On the background of this syncope only the guitar solo line remains. The "almost" instrumental composition, because we will hear the word "yes" several times. Interesting ending. I recommend you to question it. Regards, Maciej ATRAPA

Poland, Poznan


The music is nice, and I like it. I think it does have that down to earth vibe to it. I like this one a lot, and you're on your way to getting an award somewhere . Keep producing beat work like this I love the lead guitar, and keep your touch on it. This is unique and original. I think this is a hit for sure. Nice one! By the music you can tell that you are passionate about your work as every artist should be. Never give up and dreams and bigger things will follow! Maybe we can collab one day! PEACE!

United States, South Carolina, Rock Hill

4 PM 11-1-19

I really like what you are doing here. Sort of abstract and progressive. It is obvious to me that you are quite a talented guitarist and musician. I especially like the hook lines. The guitar sounds and bass lines are quite impressive. My only concern would be that not everyone that listens will actually have a musicians ear and be able to appreciate the message. Again, overall I would say it is very good.

United States, Texas, Mesquite

Ahead Lies What

I'd like to start this review by saying congratulations, for I enjoyed listening to this composition very much. Great Introduction it isn't too lengthy and jumps right to it. The switch-up around half of the song gave it more interest. Good job

United States, New Jersey, Newark

Mike Rockin Instrumental

Ahead Lies What,Sounds Like a wild ride from beginning to end.Although it has a few moods created it basically maintains a hard drive.A lot of progressive passion in the guitar work gives it an aggressive back lash of interrest.

United States, Florida, Tampa

Nice groove!

When I turned the song on I was totally into the groove in the feel and the production was all there. Great vibe going on! I didn’t know this was an instrumental as I was expecting vocals but was pleasantly surprised with the harmonies by the guitar and what was going on with the overall tune. I liked the song a lot, nice melody from guitar line! I was expecting a break after some time of listening to the verse and then something jumped out at me. Nice change but seemed a little off with the timing to me, maybe the drums?? It’s just my opinion but I think it could’ve been done a little smoother. I appreciate all the work and effort into this tune as it says a lot. Keep up the great work and I hope to hear more from you later my friend.

United States, California, riverside

Kitchen sink up side the head lol

Cool beginning nice lick and groove lead is sorta rock/fusion drums are cool good vibe and feel,i Ike the eco on the guitar goin into a different part like that lick too and now some metal strange changes thoughjumpy from one to another should work on transitions sounds like many songs instead of one o but I like all the different ideas.could go back to the beginnings backwards stuff sorta does. I’m not sure what I heard? But good playing. Work on your composition skills.

United States, Oregon, cannon beach

very creative


very very uplifting , remind me of the good old days when music was real .... definitely something to listen over and over .... share this with your friends it realy groove keep up the good work bro

Canada, Quebec, La Prairie

Good driving song!

From the beginning, I truly enjoyed the drive of this song. It really has a fantastic pulse, and would be excellent pumping through the speakers of my car while I roll down the highway. My only criticism is that the lead seems to be a little buried, and a little bit repetitive; it doesn't really mix up until about 1/3 of the way through. The drums are a little sloppier at this point, though, despite the interest of the song picking up. I maintain this would be some great background for driving, but it's nearly as if two different songs were paired together at the half mark. Good guitar work overall though.

United States, New York, Plainview


Ahead Lies What review. this is a strictly Rock piece in the highest sense of the word. everything sounds in Rock style as I said everything recalls the Rock genre. personally it is not my favorite genre but I can give you a musical judgment that is certainly positive because all that there must be in a Rock piece in your piece is therefore complimented and continues. good job

Italy, italy

Ahead Lies What

Where do I start? Great arrangement for one. It feels like when listening, you can see the enormous scope of this Mike Harty opus. The overall sound needs a good mastering, but I turned up the volume to compensate. The drum track is the only thing holding this masterpiece back. The drums are a bit too dry in the mix, but otherwise the use of stereo makes up for anything lacking. Great job MIke. My 4 stars is a very strong 4 stars! Check out companies like Landr for easy mastering.

United States, Texas, Austin

Ahead Lies Whatever lies Ahead of Lies.......

An interesting instrumental thought process of valuable information. I like this tune. Arrangement: It's a bit like riding down the highway in a nice cruisemobile, before suddenly sliding sideways and heading off road to blaze your own trail of excitement. Mix: The mix is well done. Nothing is too loud or too muddy. A nice clear and concise production of sound. A nice touch of intermixing of effects, panning left to right to left of center again. Well done! I look forward to hearing more from this artist... Donivan.

United States, Oklahoma, Tulsa

Ahead lies what review

Love the intro! Really driving groove and great guitar work. I'm wishing more attention was paid to the sound of the drums. The power of the track calls for a kick ass drums sounds. How they're played is great, it's the snare and the foot I'd like to hear more of. Your groove change in the middle of the song is nice! If you get to remix it, I would remix the drums thinking more like a club sound. Love the bass solo as well. So these are just suggestions to make it even more killer than it already is. Great song!

United States, New York, Uniondale



Great stuff! Love the intro...this has a great drive to it. You cannot help but tap your foot and bang on the table...excellent guitar work here! I love the, very King Crimson, separation, around a 1/3 way in, then the drastic change in the tempo, extremely well done! Excellent, all around, musicianship, as usual!! Good stuff here, man... I'm hearing anything that Steve Vai, or Adrian Belew, have done over the past 30 years...(compliment!!;) Keep up the great work! Looking forward to the next one! CHEERS

United States, Massachusetts, Rockland

Ahead Lies What ....What Lies Ahead.....


Excellent musicianship in this piece especially the guitarists. Time for a tide of Awareness and Awakening is what this song says ...carrying us into the Age of Awakening to God and Revelation of Peace on Earth and Good Will toward all men.. The percussion is truly inspired and changes up to a new height with each interlude of progression to a new them. There are many themes in this music that are difficult to put in to words but it is carthartic and an aegis for changing mindsets. It calls to the mind the need for revelations to be sought and the wisdom to be won and put into practice. A Hallmark Composition in your repertoire.

United Kingdom, WALES

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