Going to Bill’s

Intense acoustic guitar instrumental. Dark, pensive intro growing in speed and intricacy. Quick, repetitive strumming creates a drone effect. Hints of Spanish/Latin American guitar, Western movie soundtracks, as well as Middle-Eastern sounds. Suspenseful, tense and brooding, moving like a seductive dance, would suit onscreen tension on Film/TV or a sombre documentary about seedy goings-on and modern-day cowboys.

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Catch You Instrumental

Downbeat indie instrumental. Brooding bass guitar, subtle drums, repetitive riffs, floaty harp-like electric guitar with flighty synth cutting through. Slow, steady, thoughtful and moody, with a hint of hope, perfect background music for a pensive indie film moment, or for a tempting TV show trailer.

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Ion

Dark atmospheric electronic track. Crunchy beats, dark piano samples and tense electronic samples. Brooding, menacing and threatening, a dark action film soundtrack set in an unforgiving world.

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These Waters Remember Part 3

Chiming guitar track with female vocals. Interweaving electric and acoustic guitars, reverb and delay effects, like an indie guitar track. Breathy female vocals introduced. Guitars duel and layer up, dark and brooding, an instrumental Interpol with slightly jazzy female vocals. African jazz and Spanish guitar influences. Mysterious and atmospheric, would suit a spellbinding TV/Film/Doc scene, spans cultures and eras, a cyclical guitar meditation.

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New England (Suite)

Contemplative interlaced harp and piano. A repetitive harp intro is accompanied by sparse piano chords, interweaving, questioning and answering each other. Ever changing piano chords shift the mood, creating sombre moments as well as moments of hope and clarity. Sparse, delicate and emotional, torn but determined. Driving in a car through suburban America, Autumn leaves falling, crunching underfoot. Ringing out changes.

Harp and No harp versions are simplified melodies with an added synth drone.

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Voices in My Head (Suite)

Dramatic anticipatory undertones, rich synth landscapes. Uneasy and dark. Excellent for underscore in tv / documentary dramas.

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The Last Time

Electronic beats with heavy delay, echoing, harsh and glassy. Bleepy synth seeps into the soundscape. Orchestral strings provide a sombre humanity. Beats intensify to a sparse finish. Suspense, tension and a sense of foreboding.

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Streets Call Your Name

Dark, atmospheric hip hop beats with strings.Sombre, brooding and edgy, would suit an after-dark advert or a gripping, dangerous contemporary TV drama.

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Hoodstar (Instrumental)

Brooding, intense instrumental with electronic samples, synth and hip hop drums. Tense, minimal at times, mysterious and foreboding, leaves us without any answers. Suitable for a tense inner-city investigation on a crime series or film.

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