Naive hyperpop. Catchy synth melody over sweet synths and a serious beat build. Beat drops, wobbly synths, whooshing samples and warm, enveloping, pretty chords. Another build, squeaky synths and a beat break. Happy, sincere, cute and sparkly, like the bonkers kawaii of PC Music, or computer game music, perfect for Reality TV montages/interludes, or adverts for young and fun summer festivals, or rainbow computer game fantasy worlds.
Mysterious electronic synth track. Repetitive synth intro, bouncy and arpeggiated, with spooky synth whooshes. New section of spookier synth riff, twinkling percussive bells and strings straight out of an old James Bond film, building anticipation. Sustained synth section with shuffling percussion becomes a dynamic, rhythmic synth section. Like Santigold but weird and wonky, topsy-turvy. Plodding yet classy, a real mystery. Intriguing and beguiling, would suit a provocative advert, a flashy product, sexy and stylish but a hint of danger.
Fat synth track. Glistening synth chords, light, glassy trap beat, fat full synth builds, deep, sparse, throbbing beats added. Helium vocal samples before a jittery beat break. Mini drop into spacey full synth section with samples. Futuristic and bright with a slightly icy air of anticipation, perfect suspenseful background music for reality TV or fashion/youth culture documentaries.
Upbeat electronic track. Cute synths and samples, compressed beats, arpeggiated synth, quirky beats and insistent rhythms. Hyperactive build then big drop into sparkling fantasy synth world of colourful fluffy creatures, shimmering pink lakes, diamanté mountains and rainbows. Warm, sweet with a hint of knowing but sincere naivety, like a PC Music track, perfect ultra pop, would suit adverts for futuristic, high tech yet fun devices, or young TV or Reality shows.
No Lead version is lighter, more open. Perfect commercial TV soundtrack.
No Drums and No Bass versions available.
Euphoric electronic track. Big synths, glistening airy synths into bouncy synth melody with bassy beats and deep, sustained bass notes. Mid section with subtle vocal samples, cute synths like a malfunctioning robot. Whooshes back to the bouncy refrain. Happy, joyful and playful, a bit Calvin Harris, a heavy synth track with a warm, youthful sweetness, perfect for upbeat, triumphant TV adverts.
No Drums version available.
No Bass version available.
Electronic synth track. Breezy synth intro with chunky tropical beats underneath. Chilled beats and a laid back lounge vibe. Synth build to a funkier section, more prominent funk bass guitar and catchy synth motif. Fresh, colourful and bright, synth sunshine, calming background music in a luxury elevator or lounging in a flashy spa. “Been around the world and ay-ay-ay…” Lisa Stansfield lounging in early 90s ibiza, perfect for smooth and cheesy adverts and similar TV.
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.
Commercial electronic pop track. Bouncy fat synth intro interspersed with bleepy synths and a chugging rhythmic beat base. Melodic synth section over the beats. Flute-like samples added. Sparse synth break, opens up to a bright, summery, warm synth section. Rhythmic section before dramatic key change, taking things up a notch to reach dizzying heights. Positive, happy and contemporary, like a Katy Perry instrumental. Now That’s What I Call Summer- slightly trashy holiday pop. Would suit reality TV or carefree, family adverts.
Upbeat indie rock instrumental. Introductory electric guitar riff, followed by energetic, pounding drums. A sharp stop and then a new section. Melodic bass lines and a rough, punky guitar sound bring to mind The Clash, but are closer in mood and feeling to Naughties British indie pop/rock like Artic Monkeys. Fun, youthful and jaunty with a heavier edge, perfect chase music, for bright, high-octane adverts or TV/Film montages where all the action happens.
No Guitar and No Drums versions available.
Electronic instrumental with samples. Gradual build. First, a beat and electronic sound effects, hi hat drums added, other electronics join. Full melody join, the beats settle into a steady groove. New section introduces laser synths and whooshing electronics before the beat re-emerges with simple repetitive synth, a powerful, purposeful strut. Intriguing, playful and mysterious, like the quirky electronics of Moderat. Suitable for a European advert, maybe for a car that can navigate tiny Italian streets. Could also accompany a determined character on TV/Film.
Ad length versions available.