Club Inferno

Dark, shadowy electronic track. Intro fades in from darkness, wavy synths growing louder with a whistle-like synth build about to boil over. Builds again before the womps fade to nothing. Bassy, dank and murky with fizzing, feedback-like effects, would suit an edgy documentary or urban advert.

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Roses

Chilled 80s-90s style R’n’B. Gentle piano intro with dreamy synth chords and natural bird sounds. Laid back beats join the wash of synth and sepia-hued horn samples hint at nostalgic lounge-jazz. Fresh and breezy with a colourful retro vibe, like Blood Orange’s version of 80s New York, edgy yet soft, perfect for chilled documentary sequences or cool adverts.

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Señorita

Dark trap track. Snaking, ghostly synth melody lingers over trap beats. Latin-style accordion sound materialises and a reggaeton beats kick in bringing batida vibes before dropping back to a sparse beat. Vocal samples and frenetic beats hype up the build. Brings to mind Lisbon’s batida or the Latin-influenced electronics of Elysia Crampton, perfect electronic hybrid for an edgy documentary or mysterious advert.

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Light Up

R’n’B track with orchestral strings. Nuyorican Soul-style string intro joined by insistent yet breezy trap beats. Playful section with staccato strings leads back to the swinging beat. Piano chords add to the jazzy, retro, soul vibe. Warm, sweeping and relaxed with some 90s nostalgia, dreamy strings for a laid back advert or chill documentary.

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Rollin

Experimental electronic track. Slow, warped, ambient chords grow in volume and brightness, underpinned by a heartbeat like pulse. Piano notes and colourful synth chords emerge and a female vocal sample adds a strange, other-worldly atmosphere. Woozy and peaceful, like a Jai Paul track, nostalgic, beautiful and enigmatic. Would complement an off-kilter documentary or dreamy film scene.

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Close

Gentle EDM track. Nostalgic synth chords and electronic whooshes like accordion in reverse introduce the track. Gradual build with a rapid electronic whirring brings in a fat, shiny synth hook and trap beats. Bright and positive with a slight nostalgic romanticism perfect for a summery advert or upbeat documentary.

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Big Bad Wolf

Electronic club banger. Fades in to an epic build with synth hooks and an EDM beat. Vocal samples reference 90s Beastie Boys but warped and skewed to match the intense pace of the track. Insistent, aggressive and restless, a hyperactive rush of electronics, imagine a rapid-fire montage or experimental visual mash-up.

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My Way

Retro hip hop/R’n’B track. Piano intro, heavily nostalgic with a warm, fuzzy atmosphere, soon joined by lush strings on the same melody. Like a prelude to the ‘real’ hip hop track that never kicks in, only subtle shakers and sparse clicks bring the track to modern times. Calm, peaceful and dreamlike, a 1960s wonderland with lush, analog-style production, perfect for a throwback on screen or as a romantic aside in a documentary or film scene.

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Ruins of an Era

Tense synth and piano track. Sparse, anticipatory piano intro with soft synth string chords. Single piano notes ring out building to a sombre choral section on synth, like a grandiose church choir. Echoed on strings, lush and moving before a sudden choppy string section brings the track to a close. Dark, foreboding and full of suspense, an apocalyptic soundscape for when technology has consumed humanity.

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Sideline

Laid back funky R’n’B. Funk bass line intro with woozy synth chords and playful samples. Calm, jazzy synth chords layered on top, vocal samples and wonky synths create an experimental feel before laid back drums ground the track. Jazz piano samples add a sprinkle of colourful lightness. Chilled, serene and carefree, smooth funk with a quirky edge, perfect for a retro advert or urban documentary.

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