Quirky woodwind instrumental with experimental vocal effects. Sparse cello intro joined by pizzicato strings in jerky counterpoint. Woodwind enters with breaths used to percussive effect. Track builds with layers of rhythmic snatches to a gently minimalist cacophony. Playful and lighthearted with a rich and warm tone, perfect for a nature documentary or a comedic, mysterious Film/TV scene.
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.
Driving indie guitar track. Jangly, jerky guitar and bass with drums start out easy and grow to a rapturous finale. Positive, hopeful, ecstatic by the close, suitable for an upbeat advert or campaign video.
1 minute and 30 second ad length versions available.
Mysterious multi-instrumental. Atmospheric feedback intro followed by oom-pah-pah waltz rhythm and childish marimba melody. Orchestral strings and accordion join with a Gallic-inspired melody, reminiscent of Amélie. The melancholy gives way to excitable, erratic rhythms on all instruments, before a dynamic final section with passionate violin and jumpy marimba. Magical, melancholy and manic, perfect music to accompany a rainy midnight walk through the streets of Paris, only to end up in a sleazy speakeasy at the centre of an absinthe-sodden freakshow.
Orchestral soundscape. High register sustained strings, rhythmic piano motifs and bass drones create a lush, mysterious soundscape. Jerky, stop-start moments and dark harmonies create slight unease until the chords resolve again. Reflective, heartfelt and troubled, quietly powerful soundtrack music to suit a desolate landscape or a thought-provoking visual.
An upbeat, Two Door Cinema Club-style instrumental indie track. Guitar, bass,drums and electronics play a jerky intro followed by a brighter, fuller, more positive, sound for the ‘chorus’ section. A synth break then back to the build and chorus. A dramatic stop before an all-out indie groove kicks in. Jerky and precise but upbeat and hopeful. Perfect for an interlude on a Made In Chelsea-style TV show; on an ad for a fun and young product or service; or as an energetic backdrop to TV sports coverage.