Medium-fast synthpop with vocal ahhs and oohs. Strong beats and violently happy, makes you want to run free and fast. Young, fiercely proud, pulse quickening and driven. Reminiscent of MGMT’s “Kids” but harder and faster.
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.
Surging blistering trance, uplifting, intricate and ecstasy inducing.
I’m imagining a rich boutique, a decadent tropical showcase, a sumptuous playground for the rich and opulent. You’re not coming in here mate, them shoes is casual. Laid back beats, rich textures, a chilled mood.
High energy disco with a club feel. Intro builds in timbre crashing into sophisticated high energy disco arrangement with funky bass, bongos, string riffs, piano and the occasional sexy voice saying “yes”.
High energy disco with a club feel. String intro crashes into full on celebration with party sounds, leading to sophisticated disco arrangement with pokey synth and guitar stabs. Reminiscent of “Relight My Fire” by Take That and the one and only Lulu.
Fractured and bouncy electro pop. Begins with slow harpsichord then changes abruptly to glitchy topsy-turvy rhythms. Fun, bit-crushed and slightly trippy, imagine that bit in The Beach where Leonardo DiCaprio becomes a computer game.
Uncomfortable reggae-funk, with what sounds like electronic braying donkeys in the background (melodica). A quizzical brooding atmosphere with heavy beats. Imagine a slightly dysfunctional circus-like “Your Woman” by White Town.
Sparse synth pad beginning gradually becomes gently rousing with heartbeat-like kick drums, choirs and synth.
Cool and quirky EDM with an electric feel. Becomes gently driving and positive. Laid back and sophisticated with a hint of mystery. End section opens out into a sense of wonder.