Bouncy electronic track. Arpeggiated synth, soft beats, washes of warm synth chords and an effects-laden wistful synth melody. Settles into a cheesy 80s groove, dynamic undulating synths underneath the hopeful melody line. Positive, romantic and nostalgic, Dire Straits does synthpop, perfect for a retro, optimistic, aspirational TV/Film soundtrack or advert.
Vintage rock ‘n’ roll track. Drum intro, laid back sparse funk guitar, 60s-style keys. Female vocal chorus enters, singing subtle, dreamy ‘aaahs’. Strings enter over funky guitar, walking bass guitar and retro keyboards. A 1960s-esque psychedelic keyboard and string section before a rock ‘n’ roll guitar solo. Cool, laid back, upbeat and retro. Brings to mind ’60s London, as well as ’90s Britpop, groovy young folks swanning around swinging London. Perfect for an easy-going, fun advert or background music for a retro TV/Film sequence.
Jazz-pop instrumental. Drum roll, Rhodes piano intro, then a punchy brass riff. Steady drum and keyboard groove before the riff returns. Trumpet solo. Laid back, upbeat and positive, like a slightly cheesy theme tune to a jolly American sitcom.
Bouncy electronic track. Duo of arpeggiated synth lines, the punchy beat drops, groovy synth line, joined by high-hat drums. Melodic break of 90s-style percussive synth, a beat break, before an outro straight out of a French house track: warm, anticipatory major synth chords and a mellow bassline. Suspenseful at first, excited, upbeat, groovy and fun with a slight element of danger. suitable for a serious action film scene that gains a sense of humour as the action progresses. Or a chase scene or advert of varying moods, with an ever-changing backdrop throughout.
A funky African-style percussive track with synth and vocal samples. Bongo percussion kicks off with some playful whistle samples. Synth sequence underneath surfaces as another percussion line and female vocal sample and bass are added to the build. A break, steel drum plays a simple melodic motif, then all in with added funk guitar. A steady groove reigns supreme on this track. Determined, Proud, Positive and Joyous. Suitable for a action-packed build up on a tv clip or ad, or for sports coverage, suggesting a sense of unity, pride, team spirit and determination.
A smooth and steady funk groove. Hi-hat and broken guitar chords are joined by a walking bass, guitar melody and kick drums. Sax and bongos get the party started, before a busy bass line, funk guitar chords and more bursts of sax take things up a notch. Dramatic melodic stabs toward the end build anticipation for the return to funkytown. Laid-back, cool, chilled but fun and funky fresh. Imagine the opening credits of a 70s cop buddy show, as the unlikely pair cruise around NYC, or a pastiche of this genre. Also suitable for advertising products guaranteed to give you a good time.
African jazz-style instrumental. Dynamic drum intro, bold brass enters in unison, African-style jazz guitar, Étiopiques-style keys and lively marimba before a siren-like chiming, dissonant brass build, over increasingly frenetic marimba. Returns to jazz groove with a sax solo on top and a repeated melodic motif underneath on keys. Full band to the end. Joyful and excited, reckless and strange at times, would suit an upbeat summer advert, or as evocative mood music for a travel documentary.
Funky, upbeat indie-guitar instrumental. Punchy drum intro, groovy 70s guitar riff, piano chords. Psychedelic Doors-style 70s Rhodes piano introduced, wailing brass. Back to just guitar and drums for a decisive ending. Fun, joyful and exciting. Inclusive rock ‘n’ roll that has the whole family strutting and swaggering on a feel-good advert or wholesome TV show about a quirky family of aliens living regular lives on planet Earth.
No Drums version available. Perfect theme music for a Hollyoaks-style teen family drama or comedy.
1 min and 30 secs ad length versions available.
Bright and smooth, with groovy medium-tempo beats, 90s synth leads, and soothing female vocals that bring a Protection-like Massive Attack flavour to the scene. It delivers early Trip-Hop elements in a kind of hopeful mood. Would suit promo and corporate videos, but also play well as soundtrack for fiction films.
Groovy and powerful, with a pop rock arrangement made of electric guitars, drums and bass that delivers 1 minute of intense and uplifting music commentary perfect for corporate, documentary, product show cases.