Bright and smooth, with groovy medium-tempo beats, 90s synth leads, and soothing female vocals that bring a Protection-like Massive Attack flavour to the scene. It delivers early Trip-Hop elements in a kind of hopeful mood. Would suit promo and corporate videos, but also play well as soundtrack for fiction films.
Build of electronic arpeggios over rasping synths leads to a massive industrial drop at 0:15. Smooth, dark and serious. Elements of Massive Attack and Tricky. 1 minute ad length.
Calm and contemplative, with hypnotic pianos and smooth electronic loops that make clever use of sound design techniques to bring a futuristic flavour to the table. Will suit emotionally charged scenes seasoned with synthetic fragmentations.
Groovy and suspenseful, with alluring mystical vocals and a dark progressive synth-led rhythmical pattern that evoke exotic worlds caged in a first period Massive Attack-like tune. Structured in three parts, it builds up to 1:30 and then delivers a minute of aggressiveness led by a gritty electric guitar. Wonderful as background and title sequences for futuristic, dystopian and ancient/exotic settings.
Pulsing and positive, featuring a Tron-like synth that brings the listener in a ‘happy-space-wander’ world. Optimistic and positive in mood, it has a nice instrumentation mix (celesta, glockenspiel, moog arpeggiators) and a compelling beat that shakes the whole piece from minute 1:00 onwards.
Reflective and mellow track featuring a bell-like synth. At 0:48 a Trip hop beat makes its way in and marks a shift in intensity. Morcheeba and Groove Armada alike, this piece is perfect for chilled, peaceful settings, possibly offering a certain degree of anticipation.