HEY

Bluesy rock ‘n’ roll track. Brazen electric guitar riff and wailing guitar feedback, joined by punchy drums and a funky bass line. A new guitar melody followed by a new section, more electronic, glitchy and sample-heavy, moving into espionage movie territory. Brash, urgent and confident, like Red Hot Chilli Peppers soundtracking a Jason Bourne film, perfect chase music, either by car or on foot, through unfamiliar urban streets, or across continents.

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Friday (Woohoo!)

Upbeat rock track. Uptempo electric guitar, bass and drums, classic blues rock with fun vocal ‘woohoo’s. Catchy and engaging, like The White Stripes’ ‘Fell in Love with a Girl’. Loud, brash and ridiculously positive, perfect for an advert for weekend shenanigans, a tasty new beer or a fun foodstuff that can be shared at a big party for all your favourite people. Woohoo!

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Too Much Noize

High energy rock. Tight drums, scuzzy electric guitars, fast paced and heavily compressed. Fast drum break and frantic electric guitars to finish. Upbeat, confident and direct, in-your-face with plenty of Queens of the Stone Age swagger to suit an advert with attitude, Top Gear-style daredevil TV.

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Acetylene

Brash electronic metal instrumental. Harsh effects-laden guitar intro, drums enters with a gritty bass line. Bubbling bass, drums and choppy guitar section. Dark, heavy effected guitar returns with moody drums and bass. Bullet-like drums and laser guitar of the intro returns. Relentless rhythmic section like a round of gunfire before a drum outro. Dark, visceral, threatening and dirty. Like an electronic Pantera, would suit a hard-as-nails, moody, bruising TV scene or advert for a damaging, no-nonsense product that would wipe the floor with the competition.

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Base Jumper

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.

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Stay All Night

Punchy electronic track. Steady crunchy beats, chunky synth, arpeggiated shiny synth and a summery chord progression. Determined, focussed, brash and confident, would suit a brazen character onscreen or a self-assured advert for a glamorous product.

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DNA

Euphoric electronic dance track. Piano chord progression intro, beat enters building anticipation. More beats and vocal samples, breaks into Justice or Calvin Harris-style high pitch synth line with throbbing beats. Drops back to the piano before building again. Atmospheric, suspenseful and thoughtful before the brash, euphoric chorus. Evoking the feeling of a hedonistic summer festival, would suit an advert for a youth brand.

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Let’s Wrap Things Up

Energetic electric guitar romp. Starts with a bang. Solid guitar riff, wild guitar solo, stomping drums turned up to 11 throughout. Powerful, brazen and in-your-face, a high-octane track for an advert with attitude.

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Not For Nothing (Suite)

Instrumental indie rock ‘n’ roll stomper. Pounding drum intro, electric guitar riffs, a steady mid-tempo groove and an angular lead guitar solo. Brash, loud and in-your-face, suitable for an attention-grabbing advert, a dash across a busy city or a Film/TV sequence requiring rock ‘n’ roll attitude.

1 minute and 30 second ad-length versions available.

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Alegre

Bouncy piano and brass track. Two distinct moods in one piece. Slow, atmospheric piano section begins, before taking us on a rollicking ride on a gypsy caravan, bursting into playful oom-pah-pah piano, trumpet and double bass section with humorous vocal ‘hups’ and ‘moos’. A drum break, then piano solo with hyperactive ascending piano trills and a brass accompaniment. Ends on the thoughtful, wistful slow section once again. Pensive at first then jolly, brash and fun, would suit an advert with a distinct change in mood, from sophisticated European philosophising to a crazy Balkan farm party where the goat is driving a tractor into a barn full of chickens and trumpets.

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