Going to Bill’s

Intense acoustic guitar instrumental. Dark, pensive intro growing in speed and intricacy. Quick, repetitive strumming creates a drone effect. Hints of Spanish/Latin American guitar, Western movie soundtracks, as well as Middle-Eastern sounds. Suspenseful, tense and brooding, moving like a seductive dance, would suit onscreen tension on Film/TV or a sombre documentary about seedy goings-on and modern-day cowboys.

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Drakish

Sombre acoustic guitar and piano track. Percussion, moody repetitive acoustic guitar and piano, dark sustained strings, tense choppy strings. The mood lightens, expanded acoustic guitar and pretty piano. Dark, sombre, quiet, worried a relaxed finish, would suit a tense TV/Film moment of uncertainty and fear before a slight hint of resolution.

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Escalate

Sombre, driving string track. Intro of see-sawing sustained strings, sprinkles of plucked acoustic guitar. Intense bass pizzicato enters, builds and drives track. Faster, more urgent section. Repetitive, choppy string motif, powerful string melody enters, builds further with extra string lines and finger-picking acoustic guitar detail. Serious, threatening, brooding and dark, would suit an escalating situation on film, a move from slight threat to real danger.

Stem tracks available.

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A Father’s Grip

Thoughtful acoustic guitar folk instrumental. Slow and pensive folky melodic acoustic guitar intro. A pause then a faster section, with finger-picking repetitive folk/blues guitar. A more meandering, explorative section follows into a more upbeat improv-style, rootsy country/folk section. Contemplative at first, then hopeful and positive, yet low-key. Bert Jansch with hints of boogie-woogie, a guitar journey to accompany reflective, traditional scenes on TV/Film/Adverts.

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Catch You Instrumental

Downbeat indie instrumental. Brooding bass guitar, subtle drums, repetitive riffs, floaty harp-like electric guitar with flighty synth cutting through. Slow, steady, thoughtful and moody, with a hint of hope, perfect background music for a pensive indie film moment, or for a tempting TV show trailer.

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Black Magic Woman Instrumental

Bouncy instrumental synth track. Fun synth, dynamic drums, hand claps a repetitive electric guitar riff joined by catchy synth melodies. Driving and motorik with a hint of tension, would suit as background music for a televisual moment of heightened tension or for a character’s big decision-making moment.

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Requiem for L Lawson

Live instrumental acoustic guitar saga. Raw blues/folk acoustic guitar melody, repetitive melodic motifs. Lyrical mid-section to a more tense, frantic part, alternating between drama and calm moments. End section is like something out of a Western film, tense and sparse, with dramatic slide guitar, to a hopeful finger-picking final section. Sombre, dramatic and epic with moments of light, the nature of the live recording adding interesting imperfections. Different sections would suit various Film/TV/Documentary moments, would suit an American road trip or a nature documentary explore the American Wild West.

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Brocken Spectre (Suite)

Slow build piano instrumental with orchestral strings. Single anticipatory notes on piano with delicate strings suspended above before the piano takes off with a short repetitive motif and the strings swell. Heartfelt, moving and beautiful, suitable for an advert that pulls on the heartstrings or emotional Film/TV sequence.

Solo piano version available.

1 minute and 30 second ad-length versions also available.

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Felo de Se (Suite)

Electronic beat-driven track. Tension-building repetitive bell-like synth rings out, dramatic intro before it opens up with trap beats and a synth-vocal humming. Tense at first then more laid back but still with a dark urban undertone, would suit a dramatic episode finale on TV or an advert for streetwear.

‘No Bells’ version is darker and edgier, suitable for a heavier story onscreen or for background music for short docs.

1 min and 30 second ad length versions available.

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Positive No Matter What

Repetitive arpeggio on the left hand with a wistful, romantic yet melancholy melody above. European, emotive and serious, but with a hint of sunshine and hope, suitable for a rainy TV/Film sequence or a cautionary advert.

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