Retro TV theme tune with saxophone. A football whistle and hint of samba drums gives way to a mellow, homely piano chord sequence, with jaunty horn section, saxophone passionate soloing and a lush string build to meet the end. Comforting, positive and reassuring, like a 90s American family sitcom theme tune, cosy, retro and warm, think ‘Who’s the Boss?’ for good old-fashioned family japes.
Groovy 70s funk. Cheesy horn blasts, funky beats, vinyl scratching samples, zany saxophone interludes and jazz piano in your face in an explosion of wacky, swirling 70s groove. Fun, upbeat and happy, retro 70s New York vibes with a cheesy edge, imagine as a TV theme tune for a NYC cop show about 2 crazy cops getting into some hilarious scrapes, or for an advert promising to inject excitement into family mealtimes.
Experimental Lo-Fi Hip Hop track. Ambient sounds with a degrading, crackling quality, kitchen pottering, water whooshing, industrial machine-like noises, joined by resonant piano chords and crunchy beats. 90s, Hip Hop beats drive the track, with looped piano chords and background noise a constant. Mysterious, experimental, chilled and darkly playful, like exploring the Looney Tunes Haunted House, off-kilter beats and samples to suit a Vice news style documentary or contemporary urban filmmaking.
Electronic instrumental with fat synths. Electronic beats and congas to start, joined by electric guitar build up, anticipatory synths grow to a frenetic, squelchy synth section with industrial beats. Clunky, noisy beats give way to a delicate and funky guitar riff. Builds back to punchy, garish synths and relentless, driving beats. Hyperactive, unpredictable and high-energy, positive party music to build excitement. Would suit a rollicking ad campaign or breathless onscreen chase scene.
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.
Slick upbeat electronica. Full intro of synths and beats joined by glassy melodies and a bouncy synth riff. 90s-style chordal piano build then the jam restarts. Bright, fun and polished, perfect for a classy yet playful advert for a fashion brand, or as background music for a glossy reality TV show or documentary.
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All-out rock ‘n’ roll stomper. Full electric guitar, bass and drums pounding from the get-go. 90s-style guitar effects, grungy and rough around the edges, with an overall highly produced sound. Heavy and driven, determined and angry, perfect for a tense, nail-biting TV scene, as background music on a dramatic reality TV show, or if Jane’s Addiction soundtracked an advert for a frighteningly good burger.
Uplifting piano track with orchestral strings and hints of shoegaze. Simple piano intro, building anticipation, orchestral strings swell in the background, plodding bass guitar percussion then soaring strings and quickening percussion build to a retro, shoegaze, slacker grunge section with orchestral strings. Elbow meets The Jesus and Mary Chain. Powerful yet chilled, romantic and hopeful, a dreamy, inspirational build to suit a closing scene on screen or a heartwarming advert.
Country rock jam. Slow strummed acoustic guitar chord intro with subtle snare drum. Full drums and fuzzy electric guitar kick in with a simple riff. Heavier chorus section with more of everything. Electric guitar solo shreds through the guitar later in the track. Brash and confident with a hint of plodding reflection. Perfect for a dramatic TV/Film scene or documentary following a slightly tortured character.
Light electronic rock track. 90s-style wavy electric guitar chords over a rhythmic guitar intro, Heavy guitar pedal effects on the guitar melody, drowsy and psychedelic with grungy slacker vibes. The drums give a hint of slinky 80s nostalgia. Moody, sexy and slightly dark and tortured, like every character in My So-Called Life, perfect for 90s throwback adverts or documentaries, and trippy montages.