Electronic beat-driven track. Tension-building repetitive bell-like synth rings out, dramatic intro before it opens up with trap beats and a synth-vocal humming. Tense at first then more laid back but still with a dark urban undertone, would suit a dramatic episode finale on TV or an advert for streetwear.
‘No Bells’ version is darker and edgier, suitable for a heavier story onscreen or for background music for short docs.
1 min and 30 second ad length versions available.
Blistering electronic dance track segment, suitable for looping. Drum ‘n’ bass beats, laser synths and an electronic pulse dart frenetically over a dystopian soundscape. Tense, threatening and fast-paced, perfect as a textural soundscape for a dark action movie chase scene as our troubled Jason Bourne-like hero narrowly outsmarts the baddies.
Repetitive arpeggio on the left hand with a wistful, romantic yet melancholy melody above. European, emotive and serious, but with a hint of sunshine and hope, suitable for a rainy TV/Film sequence or a cautionary advert.
A synth-rock banger. Drum intro builds to electric guitar riff with pounding drums, a more melodic section is followed by a drum break,tension building to the max before the original theme returns with a vengeance. Dark, edgy, brash, rock ‘n’ roll, suitable for Fast and the Furious-style macho Film/TV scenes, or for ads for flaming massive whopper burgers with extra spicy sides…not for the faint-hearted.
High tension electronic track. Insistent synths attack, alternating between a rough fuzz and a clear pulsating synth sound. More layers added as the tension builds with panning beats escalating the tension. A piano outro gives some relief. We’re out of danger…for now. Intense, nerve-wracking, dark, urban, the soundtrack to a Jason Bourne-style race against time, an urban thriller, suitable for chase sequences on TV/Film or adverts parodying this genre.
Tense orchestral, piano-driven track. After a quiet beginning on solo piano, choppy orchestral strings, pounding drums and soaring string lines take us on a journey through a threatening battleground toward redemption and a hopeful end. Epic, intense, nerve-wracking but with a light up ahead, suitable for tv/film or adverts featuring a great struggle and a barrier that must and will be overcome.
Sweet simple piano and bells, joined by light string section. At 0:30 mins in there is a more pensive section, a feeling of hesitation, “will everything be ok?” but then we are warmly reassured from 1:05 mins in, with instrumentation that builds to a strong and triumphant end. Perfect music for, I don’t know, a feel good video about adopting a puppy? I see puppies. Damn those Andrex adverts.
Simple acoustic guitar picking is joined by bells and pulsing strings, developing into a charged track with feelings of darkness, struggle and glints of hope. Different sections bring in instruments like harp and xylophone for a short period of light relief, then the track races to its end with dramatic string crescendo.
Surging blistering trance, uplifting, intricate and ecstasy inducing.
Sassy 60s feel. Amy Winehouse meets Heard it through the Grapevine meets Motown.