- 1. Damon Hill - "Beirut" 4.10 1808 plays
- 2. Damon Hill - "Next Town" 3.30 889 plays
- 3. Damon Hill - "Hilo" 2.15 1273 plays
- 4. Damon Hill - "Rabbit Holes" 4.47 672 plays
- 5. Damon Hill - "Bye Bye Alanna" (ft. The Muppets) 6.26 350 plays
- 6. Damon Hill - "Then I'll Be Alright" 3.51 1121 plays
- 7. Damon Hill - "Bitter Tune" (Redux) 3.20 627 plays
- 8. Damon Hill - "Slow Burn" 3.55 837 plays
- 1. Damon Hill - "Spring" (for Nick) 3.46 1265 plays
- 2. Damon Hill - "Someday Today" 2.47 1807 plays
- 3. Damon Hill - "Way She Do" 2.59 1250 plays
- 4. Damon Hill - "William Tell" 2.56 1894 plays
- 5. Damon Hill - "Arrowhead" 6.49 1503 plays
- 6. Damon Hill - "Fuck It" 3.16 847 plays
- 7. Damon Hill - "The Lottery" 4.13 1770 plays
- 8. Damon Hill - "Giving Up" 4.25 1119 plays
- 9. Damon Hill - "Two" (Ryan Adams Cover) 3.36 747 plays
- 10. Damon Hill - "The Soundclouder Anthem" 2.26 2783 plays
- 11. Damon Hill - "I Got Drunk on Eggnog (at the Christmas Party)" 4.58 625 plays
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- Soundclouder of the Day 10/3/11
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-Tom & Josh
"I haven't heard music like that really since Simon & Garfunkel, and I love those guys. They didn't sound like anybody I had ever heard before, and they had a style of music that was just very cool. You guys have got that but your own original sound as well. I can see a bright future for you guys, I really can." -Michael Angel from "Michael Angel's Cosmic Grab Bag"
"Getting a good blend of voices in a band is always an iffy sort of thing. Sometimes the harmonies work, sometimes they don't. These two guys from Boston got it right and then some. They work the chords with a lot more creativity than your average pop singer, who tends to stick with tried and true 3rds. The light instrumentation, along with the laid back feel of the songs allow the vocals to take center stage. It helps that the songs are originals designed especially to fit their voices. The resulting songs are definitely worth the listen." -Matt Hundley, "The Indie Reviewer"
"Damon Hill are hugely talented and good boys to boot. I have been following them for a year or so and all of their tracks are excellent, great sense of harmonies and melody. Any discerning Soundclouder should be following these guys." Soundclouder https://soundcloud.com/elgreebo
"My first impression of these two was 'mmm...interesting.' I couldn't place their style, but that's what's great about them - they are in a league of their own. You get the feeling they love music and have fun playing it, not that they are lazy in making music, but they are comfortable and relaxed in what they make. They have potential to have their names in lights." -Youtuber Extraordinaire - WheelBellow
"Tom & Josh, aka: Damon Hill, are based in Boston and many hail them as two new song writers that the world hasn’t seen anything like since the days Simon & Garfunkel first made their splash." -Deane Rimerman from Endbigbanks.com
"They have come up with this really interesting sound. I do enjoy the acoustic music, some songs just grab me, and they sound so much better with just a guitar and lyrics, and I thought that song ('So It Goes') was definitely worth playing." -Matt from "It's a Podcast on the Radio!"
"These guys do folk the way I remember folk. Every once in a great while you'd hear a great group or duo and these guys, if they had played at an open mike and I heard this tune or any of the tunes that they do, I would've been blown straight out of the room. These guys have great talent. These guys know what they're doing and they know how to do it." -Michael Angel from "Michael Angel's Cosmic Grab Bag"
"Damon Hill is one of my favourite groups on SoundCloud, and this is their latest upload ('Then I'll Be Alright'). Their musicality is always spot on, and they write the nicest, most memorable tracks. My favourite bit comes in around 1:00, coupled with some sweet harmonies a little later on. These guys rock, love ‘em." - Soundcloud favorite Califune
"Damon Hill is the kind of stuff the world really needs. So much respect for the free music; and it's all brilliant. Best wishes from the UK. Hopefully bump into you at a campfire someday." -Soundcloud user SpreadtheWordYo