All-out rock ‘n’ roll stomper. Full electric guitar, bass and drums pounding from the get-go. 90s-style guitar effects, grungy and rough around the edges, with an overall highly produced sound. Heavy and driven, determined and angry, perfect for a tense, nail-biting TV scene, as background music on a dramatic reality TV show, or if Jane’s Addiction soundtracked an advert for a frighteningly good burger.
Country rock jam. Slow strummed acoustic guitar chord intro with subtle snare drum. Full drums and fuzzy electric guitar kick in with a simple riff. Heavier chorus section with more of everything. Electric guitar solo shreds through the guitar later in the track. Brash and confident with a hint of plodding reflection. Perfect for a dramatic TV/Film scene or documentary following a slightly tortured character.
Bluesy rock ‘n’ roll track. Brazen electric guitar riff and wailing guitar feedback, joined by punchy drums and a funky bass line. A new guitar melody followed by a new section, more electronic, glitchy and sample-heavy, moving into espionage movie territory. Brash, urgent and confident, like Red Hot Chilli Peppers soundtracking a Jason Bourne film, perfect chase music, either by car or on foot, through unfamiliar urban streets, or across continents.
Upbeat rock track. Uptempo electric guitar, bass and drums, classic blues rock with fun vocal ‘woohoo’s. Catchy and engaging, like The White Stripes’ ‘Fell in Love with a Girl’. Loud, brash and ridiculously positive, perfect for an advert for weekend shenanigans, a tasty new beer or a fun foodstuff that can be shared at a big party for all your favourite people. Woohoo!
High energy rock. Tight drums, scuzzy electric guitars, fast paced and heavily compressed. Fast drum break and frantic electric guitars to finish. Upbeat, confident and direct, in-your-face with plenty of Queens of the Stone Age swagger to suit an advert with attitude, Top Gear-style daredevil TV.
Rock ‘n’ roll track. Spaced out electric guitar chords, rough and ready. Solid guitar riff with hefty bass and steady drums. Quiet guitar and keys break before busting back to the original groove. Determined, no nonsense, right on, a traditional down-home country rock stomper, like Guns n Roses lite, perfect for American-themed TV/Docs or rockin’ food adverts for all-American cookin’.
Vintage rock ‘n’ roll track. Drum intro, laid back sparse funk guitar, 60s-style keys. Female vocal chorus enters, singing subtle, dreamy ‘aaahs’. Strings enter over funky guitar, walking bass guitar and retro keyboards. A 1960s-esque psychedelic keyboard and string section before a rock ‘n’ roll guitar solo. Cool, laid back, upbeat and retro. Brings to mind ’60s London, as well as ’90s Britpop, groovy young folks swanning around swinging London. Perfect for an easy-going, fun advert or background music for a retro TV/Film sequence.
Funk rock ‘n’ roll guitar track with added jazz flute. Grungey 90s-style guitar intro, drums, jangly guitar, steady bass line and funk guitar follow all at once before a complete change to a funky section with jangling guitars and freewheeling jazz flute. Return to original rock riff with an extra layer of funk guitar. Returns to jazzy section before a jazz/funk break and bright, melodic guitar solo. Upbeat, positive and sunny, would suit an advert featuring fun people getting together, kicking back and having good times.
Instrumental rock ‘n’ roll track stomper with attitude. Drum intro followed by punchy guitar riff. Builds in texture with more guitar and drums. Upbeat guitar break with dynamic bass guitar line, before the energetic, raucous chorus resumes. Everything repeats, before an all-out guitar shredder of a finale. Bold, brash and in-your-face, perfect for a bolshy teen drama montage or a high-octane but good-natured car chase.
No nonsense rock ‘n’ roll. Powerful electric guitar intro riff, joined by drums and intense soloing guitar. Straight up drums with noodling electric guitar soloing in bursts. Lighter, more 60s vibe to the next section. Brash, bold and self-assured. Reminiscent of Neil Young’s more rock ‘n’ roll moments, or of a 1970s hyper-masculine rock band or Mick Jagger throwing shapes. A School of Rock-style solid jam for TV or Doc moments where strutting and playing air guitar are required and encouraged.