Bloopy, psychedelic electronic track. Gentle, reverb-laden synth patterns, repeated, morphing into a noisier sound, growing more intense. A wash of fuzzy, atmospheric noise drowns out the synth melodies. Hints of My Bloody Valentine, Stereolab, Broadcast and Air, sepia-tinted electronics mingle with harsh noise in a satisfying contrast. Warm, gentle, searching and plodding to begin with, more intense, powerful and expansive as the track progresses. Perfect atmospheric film or documentary music, retro-futuristic and edgy, reminiscent of the Lost in Translation soundtrack.
All-out rock ‘n’ roll stomper. Full electric guitar, bass and drums pounding from the get-go. 90s-style guitar effects, grungy and rough around the edges, with an overall highly produced sound. Heavy and driven, determined and angry, perfect for a tense, nail-biting TV scene, as background music on a dramatic reality TV show, or if Jane’s Addiction soundtracked an advert for a frighteningly good burger.
Pensive orchestral strings and piano track. Melancholy repeated piano theme with intermittent string swells. Builds with effects-laden electric guitar adding a wash of brooding hope. Atmospheric, dramatic and edgy, perfect for a cutting edge TV drama closing scene, a heart-rending finale, an epic advert for a sleek and revolutionary automobile or a charity advert offering hope in dark times.
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Uplifting pop/rock track with orchestral strings. Piano and acoustic guitar intro into hopeful acoustic chord progression, joined by piano chords. Chorus launches with growing electric and acoustic guitars, sustained, soaring orchestral strings and steady, plodding drums. Ascending chord progression signals hope and aspiration. Effects laden guitars give an edge before a quiet build to a rousing final chorus. Stirring, self-assured and optimistic, reminiscent of like Lonestar’s Amazed, perfect inspiring track for a wholesome advert or emotional, triumphant TV/Film scene.
Country rock jam. Slow strummed acoustic guitar chord intro with subtle snare drum. Full drums and fuzzy electric guitar kick in with a simple riff. Heavier chorus section with more of everything. Electric guitar solo shreds through the guitar later in the track. Brash and confident with a hint of plodding reflection. Perfect for a dramatic TV/Film scene or documentary following a slightly tortured character.
Light electronica. Track wakes up with an synthesised yawn, sunrise bursts in the sky with electronic sound effects. Female vocal samples, synth effects and ocean sounds wash over shuffling 90s-style drum beats. Dreamlike, peaceful and hopeful, suitable as a hazily positive TV ident or for a short inspirational advert for the dawn of something new.
Slow keyboard instrumental with slight atmospheric effects. In between harpsichord and piano, melancholy, plinky-plonky broken chords moving from dark to light. Quiet, reflective, intimate and thoughtful, perfect ambient background music to an emotional TV/Film scene of repressed desires and dark, emotional secrets.
Macho guitar and synth track. Chiming, fast-paced piano chords with muted percussion underpin the intro with a brash electric guitar melody joining above. Bass guitar introduces a fuller section with solid drums and more guitar. Harpsichord-like synth break imitates the piano chords, all instruments rejoin. Determined, driven and serious, the perfect no-nonsense track for an investigative documentary or neutral commercial.
Uplifting guitar track. Guitar intro builds anticipation with repetitive, effects-laden guitar riffs. Strummed acoustic guitar chords and gentle percussion create an insistent bed, laid back electric guitar rings out on top. Hopeful, peaceful and quietly positive, guitar parts like U2’s more gently euphoric build-ups. Perfect for emotional TV drama or film scenes, when passionate feelings can no longer be denied.
Experimental pop with vocals. Breathy, reverb-laden vocals over Dirty Projectors-style noodling electric guitar, unpredictable rhythms and rattling percussion. Sparse, washed out electric guitar chords replace vocals over jerky percussion. Repeats. Thoughtful, dreamy and romantic, perfect for a reflective indie film scene or nostalgic TV drama outro.