Uplifting pop/rock track. Quiet drum and guitar intro building to including expressive vocal ‘Aahs’ and ‘Ohs’ with heavier drums. Mid section is more experimental, reverb-laden vocal samples reminiscent of FKA Twigs’s ‘Water Me’. Overall more like Coldplay, expansive, emotional and open. Would suit a TV/Doc scene of emotional closure, or a heartwarming advert.
80s keyboard track with jazz elements. Big keyboard motif builds anticipation, broad, bold and exciting, sparkling piano and keyboard effects before a chordal finish. Lively, bright and full of promise, like the opening credits to a movie set in exciting, preppy 80s New York, perfect TV intro music for a hopeful, playful, retro show.
Full bodied laid back hip hop, I can see California lens flare, sunny cruising past beautiful people, feels urban but crisp with bold beats, lush synth chords and intricate DJ scratching. Clean, fresh and cool, with a sense of power and style. Would work in promos, car related programmes, or any stylish showcase segment. Like Summertime by Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince, but without Will Smith trying to rap and much much cooler. Highlight is the massive chorus section at 1:16 – full of sweet synth impact.
Euphoric electronic track. Big synths, glistening airy synths into bouncy synth melody with bassy beats and deep, sustained bass notes. Mid section with subtle vocal samples, cute synths like a malfunctioning robot. Whooshes back to the bouncy refrain. Happy, joyful and playful, a bit Calvin Harris, a heavy synth track with a warm, youthful sweetness, perfect for upbeat, triumphant TV adverts.
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Imagine Beverly Hill’s Cop mixed with a bit of “It was acceptable in the 80s” and this is what you get. Unashamedly bold drums joined by rhythmic synth stabs and bass, then for me it really comes into it’s own around one minute in, when you realise that with the introduction of electric guitar that we are actually pretty funky up in here. Elements of fast cut establishing sequences, 80s montage scenes, dance scenes, retro stuff, and some sort of comedy scene where everyone is running around a big house without everyone knowing.
Magical and crisp, with woodwinds, balzato strings, and a light orchestral arrangement that create a cohesive yet delicate sense of progression. Confident and pleasing with a mysterious edge, will suit fairy and dreamy worlds, nature related footage, short form adverts.
Reflective, dark and searching, with deep repetitive timpani and a sorrowful piano performance that play in the low range of frequencies to deliver a poignant feeling of inevitability. Something big is happening. It steadily grows in intensity as a compelling string ensemble builds and builds. Our protagonist is finally ready to accept the consequences of an inevitable, dramatic reality.
Ethereal and delicate, a relaxing episode of synths and organs that is both looking at the inner and outer side of your character. Blissful and gently flowing up in a sky made of pink streams of consciousness, will suit utopian sci-fi and fantasy settings.
Slow and intense, a solo piano tune with a long reverb that conjures images of dreamy, haunted angels. It has a somewhat plasticky feeling that hits somewhere in the middle of being for real or just daydreaming. As it progresses the mood shifts into epic territories using long form drones and high pitched synth instances. We are probably watching passers-by from the top of an evanescent skyscraper.
Bouncy and playful, with a compelling dialogue between strings and brass instruments that create a feeling of discovery for somewhat young adventurers. Dangerous edge but overall positive and playful, Goonies-alike with an added feeling of grandioseness given by a strong orchestral arrangement.