Osier

Thoughtful orchestral string track. String intro like a Purcell opera, gives way to warm, tinkling piano with sensitive string accompaniment, lush and lyrical with a slightly Baroque feel, piano acting as walking bass. Marimba arpeggios join later, adding an off-kilter, unexpected further element to the mix. Intriguing and hopeful yet conflicted, a steady piece of music,gliding through genres. Would suit a TV/Film drama, documentary or advert conjuring a regal past with a hint of eccentricity.

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Fuse

Gritty grunge rock. Light, scratchy electric guitar intro, followed by all out fuzzy effects-laden guitar chorus. Simple bass guitar and steady drums accompany a lighter break before the heavy chorus re-enters. Righteous, punchy and perfect for slow head-banging, like early Nirvana, 90s grunge to suit dark TV/Film, incendiary documentary scenes and reckless adverts.

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Bleeps

Electronic instrumental with samples. Gradual build. First, a beat and electronic sound effects, hi hat drums added, other electronics join. Full melody join, the beats settle into a steady groove. New section introduces laser synths and whooshing electronics before the beat re-emerges with simple repetitive synth, a powerful, purposeful strut. Intriguing, playful and mysterious, like the quirky electronics of Moderat. Suitable for a European advert, maybe for a car that can navigate tiny Italian streets. Could also accompany a determined character on TV/Film.

Ad length versions available.

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Bostlingen

Bouncy electronic synth track. Opens with a pulsating electronic beat, joined by a bright synth arpeggio. Sustained synth chords above shift slowly from major to minor. A wonky synth solos above over the steady groove. Epic, hopeful and motorik. Perfect for a car advert or retro TV sequence. Like a Krautrock Chariots of Fire, beautifully 80s, the perfect track for punching the air in slow motion.

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Punking Out

Rock ‘n’ roll track. Spaced out electric guitar chords, rough and ready. Solid guitar riff with hefty bass and steady drums. Quiet guitar and keys break before busting back to the original groove. Determined, no nonsense, right on, a traditional down-home country rock stomper, like Guns n Roses lite, perfect for American-themed TV/Docs or rockin’ food adverts for all-American cookin’.

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When I Run

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.

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I Gave You the World (Suite)

Blues guitar number. Wailing electric blues guitar, laid back slide guitar, classic blues guitar chord progression, walking bass line and gentle easy-going drums. Electric organ ads extra flavour. Plodding, steady, cool, calm and a bit cocky, self-assured blues rock for an American-style advert for some BBQ meat flavouring or for some Film/TV Americana.

Bed version available with No Lead Guitar.

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Human Error (Suite)

Soft instrumental electro track. Beats and synth fade in with swooshing electronic sound effects. Cute synth melody over motorik drum machine, steady drums and with shiny sustained synth chords above. Bass line introduced for volume then a sudden ending. Cheerful, upbeat and slight, would suit a feel-good advert for a fun and quirky type of foodstuff, or a cheesy Film/TV sequence.

1 min and 30 sec ad length versions available.

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Nude

Spacey synth track. Arpeggiated robotic synth, blobby beats, steady drums, stellar synth sound effects. Futuristic, celestial and expansive, perfect Kraftwerk-style retro soundtrack to a fun documentary or a playful advert. The sound of the future, as imagined in the ’70s.

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