Bouncy electronic track. Arpeggiated laser synths shoot into space, bouncy synth chords soften the atmosphere, joined by a laid back, funky synth melody and 80s beats. A dreamy break then retro synth with 80s computer game tendencies takes over. Another calm interlude before YMO-style electric guitar soloing goes rogue. Upbeat, triumphant and audacious, a self-assured synth odyssey to match an epic visual delight.
80s keyboard track with jazz elements. Big keyboard motif builds anticipation, broad, bold and exciting, sparkling piano and keyboard effects before a chordal finish. Lively, bright and full of promise, like the opening credits to a movie set in exciting, preppy 80s New York, perfect TV intro music for a hopeful, playful, retro show.
Fast-paced jazzy brass track. Jazz drum roll introduced rollicking drums, horn blasts, flashy brass melodies and playful Rhodes piano.Wacky, energetic and showy, a lively track perfect for a flashy, cheesy advert, as a TV gameshow theme tune.
Retro TV theme tune with saxophone. A football whistle and hint of samba drums gives way to a mellow, homely piano chord sequence, with jaunty horn section, saxophone passionate soloing and a lush string build to meet the end. Comforting, positive and reassuring, like a 90s American family sitcom theme tune, cosy, retro and warm, think ‘Who’s the Boss?’ for good old-fashioned family japes.
Groovy 70s funk. Cheesy horn blasts, funky beats, vinyl scratching samples, zany saxophone interludes and jazz piano in your face in an explosion of wacky, swirling 70s groove. Fun, upbeat and happy, retro 70s New York vibes with a cheesy edge, imagine as a TV theme tune for a NYC cop show about 2 crazy cops getting into some hilarious scrapes, or for an advert promising to inject excitement into family mealtimes.
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.
Jazzy 80s TV theme tune. Hopeful, choppy orchestral strings introduce a warm, comforting and catchy saxophone solo melody. Short, snappy, as well as nostalgic and reassuring, perfect Cagney and Lacey-style cop buddy show theme.
Piano version available.
Other-worldly electronics. Bleeps, feedback, buzzing, noise, vinyl scratching under the needle, sound effects and atmospheric drones all intermingle to create an ambient electronic patchwork. The soundscape brightens with more melodic drones and reflective synth lines introduced. Thoughtful, introspective, yet vast and expansive, a world turning inside and out. Suitable for an intense, mind-expanding documentary, or for suspenseful or darkly dramatic TV moments.
Uplifting piano track with orchestral strings and hints of shoegaze. Simple piano intro, building anticipation, orchestral strings swell in the background, plodding bass guitar percussion then soaring strings and quickening percussion build to a retro, shoegaze, slacker grunge section with orchestral strings. Elbow meets The Jesus and Mary Chain. Powerful yet chilled, romantic and hopeful, a dreamy, inspirational build to suit a closing scene on screen or a heartwarming advert.
Euphoric electronica. Steady dance beats introduce the track with bubbling synth effects, building up with colourful synth chords to the bouncy melodic climax. A quiet mid-section, before anticipatory chords and driving beats lead to another banger of a chorus. High-energy, punchy and contemporary with a retro feel, reminiscent of Calvin Harris’s ‘This Is What You Came For’, with bold build ups and euphoric choruses, perfect for a glossy reality TV montage sequence – imagine the Love Islanders hitting the tiles – or a silly, fun advert.