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.
Grungey rock ‘n’ roll instrumental track. Rage Against the machine-style guitar riff, steady drums, followed by a Nirvana-style more downbeat riff with more prominent bassline, ending on the original high-octane guitar section. Angry, powerful, loud and proud, classic 90s rock perfect for energetic TV interludes, adverts for flaming whopper burgers, or for a powerful film scene representing a challenging character in defiance of authority.
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.
Bass-heavy R’n’B/trap instrumental track. Heavy bass synth underpins the track while siren-like synths cry out overhead over blobby and trap beats. Dark, edgy and confident, suitable for adverts or Film/TV scenes of stylish kids in the club, posing and chilling to this.
Upbeat, bluesy rock and roll with bass and powerful drums. Hand-clap and kick drum intro build to a percussive stomp. Blues-rock electric guitar and bass guitar tear it up before a quieter interlude featuring a passionate rockin’ guitar solo. Back to the stomp before an abrupt end. Brash, bold, angry and a bit funny, suitable for an upbeat advert for an exciting, life-affirming product or for film/tv sequences where our character resolves to make a brave and positive change.
No nonsense rock ‘n’ roll. Powerful electric guitar intro riff, joined by drums and intense soloing guitar. Straight up drums with noodling electric guitar soloing in bursts. Lighter, more 60s vibe to the next section. Brash, bold and self-assured. Reminiscent of Neil Young’s more rock ‘n’ roll moments, or of a 1970s hyper-masculine rock band or Mick Jagger throwing shapes. A School of Rock-style solid jam for TV or Doc moments where strutting and playing air guitar are required and encouraged.
An epic menacing orchestral track with an electronic edge. Strings and bombastic drums begin before we are drawn in to the choppy waters of a dynamic string section. An unnerving interlude on synth before the horns, loud drums and frenetic strings return, ending on a dramatic drum roll. Scary, menacing, brash, bold, bombastic. Suitable for a pastiche advert for a powerful movement or bold product, or for an dark, intense film sequence.
Alternative version no.1 features an longer interlude of tribal drums and a distant male roar.
Avenger string section version- no drums.
Shorter versions available (60 secs, 27 secs).
A fully-fledged rock ‘n’ roll belter. Massive guitar sound and pounding drums burst on the scene before a dramatic stop. Throbbing bass guitar and 4/4 drums settle into a steady groove under bright guitar chords. Heavier guitar chords lead to another full-stop. A new section heralds two interlaced virtuosic guitar solos. The groove re-enters under screeching guitars, keeping a tight, steady beat until the definitive ending. Bold, loud, proud, masculine- rock out with your c**k out. Made to accompany film/tv bar brawl scenes, purposeful strides away from exploding buildings and adverts for kick-ass products.
Vocal version is exactly what you’d expect it to be: a shrieking classic male rock vocal.
Full on in your face hip hop. It’s big, it’s bad and brash. Recommended for rapid cut promos, or waking up the neighbours. This guy knows what I’m talking about. I’m nodding my head as I type this. Imagine Busta Rhymes ‘Ante Up’ mixed with a little bit of Missy Elliot and some chipmunks, but like, hip hop chipmunks. All samples cleared.