Different Rock

Serious rock/pop with beats. Slow build with bold guitars and trap beats. Subtle beats underpins wailing electric guitar and a hooky piano part, sounding like a more chilled version of System of a Down. Cocky, confident and determined, an assured rock track to suit a decisive TV moment or flashy, aspirational car advert.

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Zero

Dark techno track. Throbbing beats, vocal samples and a wash of deep, heavy rumbling synths, underpin a high pitched synth hook, trap beats and an energetic build. In full swing with syncopated beats, synths and deep, playful vocal samples. Murky, menacing and brazen, strange Burial-style techno, perfect for a fashion film or edgy documentary.

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Shattering the Ground

Straight up rock ‘n’ roll track. Hand claps and a brazen guitar riff to begin, a break with vocal ‘yeahs’ and a choppy electric guitar break. Later flute brings a jazzy 70s vibe before a full guitar and drum rock out. Bold, brash and powerful, punchy ad music or perfect background hype for a reality TV challenge.

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Forerunner

Monstrous drum ‘n’ bass track. Sweeping electronics roar like baby dinosaurs, introduce descending arpeggiated synths before a drum’n’bass/trap hybrid beat lands. Intense, bold and aggressive, dark beats for a documentary or film sequence depicting a cacophonous alternate reality.

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Exclusive! Theme 2

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.

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Wildlife

Euphoric electronica. Steady dance beats introduce the track with bubbling synth effects, building up with colourful synth chords to the bouncy melodic climax. A quiet mid-section, before anticipatory chords and driving beats lead to another banger of a chorus. High-energy, punchy and contemporary with a retro feel, reminiscent of Calvin Harris’s ‘This Is What You Came For’, with bold build ups and euphoric choruses, perfect for a glossy reality TV montage sequence – imagine the Love Islanders hitting the tiles – or a silly, fun advert.

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Don’t Let Me Slide

Uplifting orchestral pop instrumental. Piano block chords intro with string swells. Beats join, followed by a chorus of bright piano chords and soaring orchestral strings with electric guitar ringing out above. Verse again, then upbeat chorus with extra electric guitar cutting through the orchestral bed. New section of acoustic, electric guitar and anticipatory drums before a return to the right-on guitar peals and full pop/rock chorus featuring slide guitar. Confident, hopeful and positive, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed classic American radio pop/rock. A perfect, slightly cheesy, accompaniment to an audacious advert or rousing TV/Documentary scene.

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Kronos

Piano and orchestral string build. Orchestral strings undulate under soaring strings building to a powerful percussive section with vocal-like electronic samples and continuing epic strings. Quiet section with vocals then percussion rejoins building anticipation and tension to a multi-layered textural soundscape. Contrasting soft piano section to finish. Strange, dark and intriguing, pagan sounds reminiscent of singular Scandinavian pop like the Knife. Perfect for an onscreen threat or a bold, epic and uncanny film or TV scene.

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I Can Be Fearless

Driving alternative rock instrumental. Subtle electronic swoosh before simple strummed electric guitar riff. Effects and light keys added. Extra electric guitar line joins before the full alt rock chorus blast, uplifting and euphoric. Chilled verse with chiming anticipatory guitar before full chorus returns. Rocking mid section with punchy guitars and 60s keys. Chiming guitar duet takes things down a notch before the driving chorus. Single guitar outro. Brash, bold and excited, 90s alt rock throwback, perfect as upbeat TV background music or for a slick, rocking advert.

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Repugnant Criminal Theme 1 (Suite)

Foreboding orchestral track with female vocals. Melodramatic build with pounding percussion and unsettling sound effects leading to a choppy violin theme. Soaring violins and operatic female ‘Aaahs’ adding tension and excitement. Bold, grandiose and suspenseful, the perfect soundtrack to an action-packed advert or theatrical film trailer.

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