Gentle acoustic guitar track. Emotional acoustic guitar, soft atmospheric electronics, breezy, subtle drums, and delicate strings. Tender, heart-warming and romantic, perfect for an pensive TV/Film scene, an emotional goodbye or an advert for a caring product.
Laid back reggae/jazz instrumental. 1920s jazz meets reggae rhythms. Skanking piano, breezy drums, relaxed, smooth brass, reggae rhythms with vintage jazz mood and flourishes. Nostalgic, retro, relaxed and calming, would suit a 1920s-themed onscreen party or an advert for an easy-going, fun summer event.
A breezy R ‘n’ B instrumental. Upbeat but chill with jazz piano flourishes, wah synth lines, sunny West Coast delay-heavy samples and trap beats. Euphoric in a low key way, this track feels like driving around LA, smoking out the window, sun high in the sky, enjoying life. Perfect for young brands and blissed out TV/Film scenes.
Breezy latin jazz on electric guitar, bass and drums. Guitar sets the tone with moody broken chords, a pause, jazz drums, double bass and a catchy guitar riff enter, playing cool, seductive chorus/verse melody with a bossa nova feel. An almost psychedelic guitar solo explores the fretboard, grounded by jazz drums. Intense guitar, double bass riffs and busier drums add anticipation, before the original motif returns for the finale. Sultry, sexy, hot and passionate. Conjuring multiple genres and lands- travels through South America, adverts for laid-back holidays, or scenes of romance on a hot summer’s night.
Jazz instrumental. Electric guitar phrase repeated, marimba enter with a contrasting motif, dynamic drums and breezy brass on top. Short break before a funky bass, marimba, keyboard and sax solo section. 70s wocka wocka electric guitar with polyphonic rhythms. Psychedelic keyboards continue the 70s vibe with jazz brass. Gentle, bubbling guitar and keys section, drums join and brass re-enters. Ends on a blast of brass. Fun, sophisticated and positive, would suit a documentary, film trailer or some other journey on film, effortlessly moving across borders, styles and genres.
Tender and melancholic, featuring an arpeggiated piano wrapped by a strings arrangement that make use of modern day film scoring techniques to deliver a short theme, and develop it in just 1 minute and 20 seconds. Starts with piano, and after second 40 the strings take over. It will suit short form advertising and film trailers where the music is needed to help sustaining the emotional arch of your story.
Breezy and atmospheric, with a nice combination of strings and woodwinds that deliver ostinato figures and create a bed for a piano solo theme in the middle section. It is somewhat excited and relentless, with a sad tone and melancholy lurching around. Definitely not standing still, will suit running scenes, possibly nature shots and short form adverts. Period dramas a la Atonement welcome here.
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.
Hugely passionate, an intense dialogue of strings intertwined beautifully to create a beautiful, varied and dynamic piece. A stream of playfulness and longing, with determined and delicate sections. This feels like an emotionally charged dance, a passionate love-making session, a frenetic game, a storm ravaging the sea. Not This Day takes us through many different states, and eventually rests with a triumphant positive end.
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.