Fly Paper

Experimental pop with vocals. Breathy, reverb-laden vocals over Dirty Projectors-style noodling electric guitar, unpredictable rhythms and rattling percussion. Sparse, washed out electric guitar chords replace vocals over jerky percussion. Repeats. Thoughtful, dreamy and romantic, perfect for a reflective indie film scene or nostalgic TV drama outro.

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Clear Water

Atmospheric electronic track. Drum machine beats joined by chordal intro on synth. Arpeggiated synth plays a repetitive melody. Warm sustained synths underpin the bright, clear, undulating melody, fresh like rainwater. Extra texture with added beats and ambient synth. Intriguing, optimistic and cool, soothing synths bringing to mind water droplets on new saplings, cool rocks and epic green/blue vistas. Sounding a bit like Santigold, perfect for stylish eco-advertising, a flashy electric car driving through a crisp mountain road, or travel Documentaries.

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Dresden

Bouncy synth track. Driving rhythm underscores a bright, triumphant synth melody on top. Another synth line is added, the track awash with sustained synths. A synth break and back to the full melody. Motorik, upbeat and positive, perfect for mid-paced driving visuals. 80s synthpop with hints of indie and a warm glow of nostalgia, also a perfect match for retro TV/Film/Doc scenes.

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Human Error (Suite)

Soft instrumental electro track. Beats and synth fade in with swooshing electronic sound effects. Cute synth melody over motorik drum machine, steady drums and with shiny sustained synth chords above. Bass line introduced for volume then a sudden ending. Cheerful, upbeat and slight, would suit a feel-good advert for a fun and quirky type of foodstuff, or a cheesy Film/TV sequence.

1 min and 30 sec ad length versions available.

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Always Angry

Pulsating electronic thriller. Electronic horn-like sustained blasts, clanging sound FX, harsh drum machine. Ascending orchestral strings signal intriguing danger. A thoughtful, desolate electric guitar solo before a return to the relentless electronic sirens. Strings build again and electric guitar returns to finish. Automatic, inhuman, threatening and brash, the sound of a prison watchtower and the rhythmic plodding of prisoners boots, would suit a dramatic thriller on TV or Film.

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Never Wanna Say

Synth pads and grooving hi-hat introduce a bold kick. Evolves by the book into an early house classic with 808 snares and claps. At 1:48 muted synth chords start stabbing the air, gradually building tension until dropping into a tight groove. Reminiscent of the music to “Good life” by Inner City, with better production. Retro, confident and driving. Vox version has a soulful male voice (Elliot Chapman).

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Fly Fly Baby (Suite)

Serious, strong, punchy and driving new wave electronic music – reminiscent of “Disparate Youth” by Santigold. Medium Pace.

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BidiMidi

Harsh beats, jazzy rhodes, building suspense with hard robotic sequences

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Awake When Yr Asleep

Whimsical, dubby but light electronic beat with a carefree whistling synth topline. Chilled, laid back ambient progresses to a light driving pulse, suitable for technology documentaries – imagine a promo unveiling Tesla’s new car.

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