Surprisingly playing the mp3's off that site actually worked on my system (I use Linux... trust me, this is a big deal
Mike Lamb: Some fun lyrics. I really like the bass line and tone. The high hat panned off to the side is perhaps a little too forward in the mix. Guitar tone is a bit thin. Like the overall feel.
Heuristics, Inc: Great concept. Took me a couple of reads through the lyrics to get it. Bass is umm... maybe too low or something. Feels like an ear test going on in the background. I like the dark, paranoid kinda feel, it fits the lyrics well.
BBaBM: Vocals are kinda low and difficult to understand. Maybe I'm just biased because it's my title, but I'd like to be able to hear the lyrics
However I did read them over on the lyrics thread and they're strange and enigmatic. I like that. I will say that the title isn't particularly well represented though. Is that a regular guitar, btw? It has a uke kinda feel to it, but somehow sounds a little bigger.
Nick Soma: I like the rhythm guitar sound. Overall the mix feels kinda messy. But it's a pretty competent sounding pop punk song.
Paco del Stinko: It struck me that some harmony/background (oh's ahs) are missing on this. But the recording sounds great and it's a cool arrangement. Lots of interesting parts working together and mixed well. Decent guitar solos, too.
Sockpuppet: I'm a big fan of dissonant chord changes. I like the minor fourth sound a lot. So that immediately got my attention (and yeah, I had to pick up my guitar to figure out exactly what it was). The beats are cool, too and the ambient sections between the choruses. The pithiness on the high vocals is a little distracting, but with the kind of offbeat sound of the song, it's actually not entirely a problem for me and I enjoyed the song a lot.
Jon Eric: Many thanks to our dutiful facilitator. Okay, I feel like piano players have the unfair advantage of having some instant "classiness" added to their recordings. I like the piano sounds. The bass isn't very present. The lyrics didn't catch me much. There's a nice lighthearted feel to the song. It's funny, your vocals remind me a lot of a friend of mine I used to play with.
Jan: I'll try and come back and review this. It wasn't posted yet when I listened.
Oh, yeah, and of course...
Zack Facco: I really like the bridge section... Vocals came off whiny and occasionally pitchy sounding, which always drives me nuts, but I haven't figured out how to "fix" that yet. Maybe other folks can relate to this, usually it sounds better right after recording, worse the next day and then better again if I listen after a long time. Never satisfied, though. One potential positive is that I feel like I end up having a somewhat distinctive "sound" to my singer/songwriter type songs...