Happy-go-lucky acoustic guitar track. Lightly strummed acoustic guitar, bass guitar and soft drums introduce 60s Hammond organ style keyboards, and shaker percussion. A chorus of sustained chords on keys and electric guitar flourishes before a quieter guitar and percussion section. Back to full sound for an upbeat finish. Cheerful, hopeful and chilled, laid back fun, suitable for a upbeat, positive advert for a nifty service that will make life easier, or a product that will brighten your day. Also suitable for light-hearted documentaries.
Upbeat percussion track. Drums rolls intro on hand drums. All out African polyrhythms on various drums. Uplifting, celebratory and uptempo, perfect for gripping sports coverage or adverts channelling South American Carnival vibes.
Ad lengths available.
Upbeat electronic track. Cute synths and samples, compressed beats, arpeggiated synth, quirky beats and insistent rhythms. Hyperactive build then big drop into sparkling fantasy synth world of colourful fluffy creatures, shimmering pink lakes, diamanté mountains and rainbows. Warm, sweet with a hint of knowing but sincere naivety, like a PC Music track, perfect ultra pop, would suit adverts for futuristic, high tech yet fun devices, or young TV or Reality shows.
No Lead version is lighter, more open. Perfect commercial TV soundtrack.
No Drums and No Bass versions available.
Upbeat rock track. Uptempo electric guitar, bass and drums, classic blues rock with fun vocal ‘woohoo’s. Catchy and engaging, like The White Stripes’ ‘Fell in Love with a Girl’. Loud, brash and ridiculously positive, perfect for an advert for weekend shenanigans, a tasty new beer or a fun foodstuff that can be shared at a big party for all your favourite people. Woohoo!
Light electronic track. Tranquil atmospheric electronics, bleepy sounds, vocal samples and warm synth mix with a mellow throbbing beat and upbeat percussion. Delicate electronic break, gentle swooshes and muted beats. Drums kick in, build anticipation over the gentle bed track. A snare drum section followed by an understated yet triumphant chordal synth build. Joyous, anticipatory and considered, elation but in a classy way, sounds like a more upbeat Beach House or Au Revoir Simone, low key but playful, perfect as background music for a positive, thought-provoking charity video, or for slightly suspenseful reality TV montages.
Euphoric electronic track. Big synths, glistening airy synths into bouncy synth melody with bassy beats and deep, sustained bass notes. Mid section with subtle vocal samples, cute synths like a malfunctioning robot. Whooshes back to the bouncy refrain. Happy, joyful and playful, a bit Calvin Harris, a heavy synth track with a warm, youthful sweetness, perfect for upbeat, triumphant TV adverts.
No Drums version available.
No Bass version available.
High energy rock. Tight drums, scuzzy electric guitars, fast paced and heavily compressed. Fast drum break and frantic electric guitars to finish. Upbeat, confident and direct, in-your-face with plenty of Queens of the Stone Age swagger to suit an advert with attitude, Top Gear-style daredevil TV.
Anticipatory electronic track. Fade In. Moody beats, fat synths and a repetitive melodic synth motif emerge fully formed. An insistent 4/4 beat underpins 90s-style samples and electronic flourishes. Determined, serious, yet upbeat, would suit a half sophisticated, half cheesy advert for a functional product, think chrome and flashes of steel, shiny and indestructible. Would also suit Film/TV scenes of anticipation and action.
Bouncy synth track. Driving rhythm underscores a bright, triumphant synth melody on top. Another synth line is added, the track awash with sustained synths. A synth break and back to the full melody. Motorik, upbeat and positive, perfect for mid-paced driving visuals. 80s synthpop with hints of indie and a warm glow of nostalgia, also a perfect match for retro TV/Film/Doc scenes.
Upbeat, electronic rock stomper. Bouncy synth riff with DnB beats, pauses then crashes back in with added effects-laden electric guitar. Ends on a guitar wail. Driven, single-minded, effervescent and slightly dangerous, perfect theme music for a ‘Fresh Meat’-style drama about dysfunctional University life, or a high energy advert for a youth-giving product.