Chilled 90s instrumental. Summery synth samples, woozy and hazy to begin. Laid back 90s-style drums kick in, vinyl scratching added, bringing full 90s vibes. Subtle percussive vocal samples in the break with washy samples Beat drops again, remains to a blissed-out finish. Hopeful, warm, content and positive, a relaxed instrumental, prefect for bright, summery adverts – picture friends getting together, having a drink, or cruising around town in a beat-up car on a hot summer’s day.
Electronic orchestral string fusion. Orchestral string intro with single delay-effect piano notes building anticipation. Breaks into 90s trip hop drums with dramatic orchestral strings, piano chords and a dirty synth line. Synth break, back to the string motif. Final section is without strings, beat-driven breakdown. Glamorous, dangerous and sexy, a 90s throwback with a modern edge, where Massive Attack meets Clean Bandit, would suit a slick car advert or could bring some glamour to a gritty British TV show or film about modern youth.
Version available without lead strings.
1 min and 30 sec ad length version available.
String stem track available.
Fuzzy trip hop instrumental. Stop/start rhythmic synth and drum riff. Robotic, fuzzy synth plays drum ‘n’ bass influenced riff, joined by laser beam samples over a trip hop drum beat. Cool and breezy but with a determined edge, a bit like an instrumental Thievery Corporation, suitable for a TV/Film drama focused on a gang of youths living in an unequal world, or an advert for 90s throwback garms.
Smooth electronica. Cold synth chords with heavy delay, bubbling bass synth notes, 90s trip hop-style drums, glitchy beats, fuzzy electronics and icy synths. Steady groove throughout. New section to finish: effects-laden piano and spacey synths take over. Fade out. Laid-back, cool, calm and detached, perfect for a TV Documentary in a clinical setting…Nurses on Call, Daredevil Doctors, or a smooth corporate video.
A strong industrial beat joined by a strident classical strings and mandolin-like synth, introduces a sampled female vocal singing “I’ll drive down these roads”. Massive, triumphant, fanfare, orchestral big beat / in your face hip hop. This has got car advert all over it.
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.
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.
Pensive slow electronica. Clear and crisp with strong programmed drums. Strong chorus with chimes and blaring brass. Would suit a demo vid of some sort of brilliant new cool technology. 2:56 brass breakdown to final chorus. Fiercely proud with more than a hint of cool strength.
Moody, strong and beautiful, acoustic and electric guitar with strong echoing industrial rhythms and warm, glass-like sounds. Female “oo’s” wash in and out. Reminiscent of Bjork.