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Positive, groovy Pop rock-Track, which is driven by catchy, rhythmic guitar lines. Classic, honest rock band sound with drums, electric and acoustic guitars, bass and e-piano. Likable versatile track.
A very mechanized and orderly orchestration with a funky jazz/rock feel featuring strings, woodwinds, brass, electric bass, piano, marimba and jazz drums.
This track fits perfectly into documentaries, image films, or film productions. The intensity increases in a linear manner and besides, this track is very easy to cut.
Relaxed Pop Rock track with typical guitar riffs and a nice piano hook line. A positive mood and very versatile.
Very positive indie rock track. Dynamic grooving drums with pulsating bassline and etheric guitars in the verse, epic rocking guitars and mighty strings in the chorus.
Smooth and slick electro beats. With its funky bass line, atmospheric sweeps, and chillout-style drums, this track is both calming and refreshing, both chilled and invigorating at the same time, conveying a "free spirit" type chill, highly suitable for any footage depicting skydiving, surfing, snowboarding or just relaxing, chilling out on the beach, travel, holiday and vacation, fun in the sun, etc.
A very relaxed California-like feeling, main melody is whistled (hookline), organ plays a funky line in the middle section
Movie score with full orchestra, electronic guitars, a very strong hookline and a pushing rhythm
A beautiful and emotional R&B, Soul ballad available with or without vocals. Beautiful RnB vocals and bluesy guitar lines with a soft pop production.
Cool fresh uptempo rocktrack with a very catchy hookline, and nice guitarlines.
Headbanging Guitars, with some synth effects, powerful hookline, 90s hardrock style.
Lots of power, lot of energy! This is the right attitude to enhance commercials, image films or other visual media. Go for it!
Legato strings play the epic and nice hookline. A strong middle part is leading into the unexpected ending.
Specially through the dignified and graceful string parts and the melancholy hook
Friendly and relaxed acoustic pop track for the good days in life. Dreamy guitar lines and a determined beat
Do not worry - the piano reappears, from 1:04, and stamps itself with a open melody line
Mid-tempo country ballad with Dobro and a pedal steel top line. Classic country style, swaying and swinging.
Positive, groovy Production Music Pop rock-Track, which is driven by catchy, rhythmic guitar lines. Classic, honest rock band sound with drums, electric and acoustic guitars, bass and e-piano. Likable versatile track.
Pop Rock Independent Production Music with piano, open guitars, clean guitar fills and typical stopped guitar parts. Piano plays the hookline.
film music with full orchestra, electric guitars, a strong hookline and a pushing rhythm
1950's style rock'n roll. Up-tempo with piano and guitar top line. The first 2 choruses are done with tom-toms, then drums and bass enter with guitar solo.
Supporting background with soft atmos and airy hooks
Pizzicato cellos tip toe through a veil of shimmering strings and mystical, elfin-like flute lines in this engaging mid tempo orchestral interlude. Perfect for underscoring narratives or commercials, the track draws a metaphor between a dark forest and life's winding journey. The track is divided into interchangeable segments with 1 bar gaps so that it can be easily edited to suit durations. Both witty and dark in equal measures, the track is similar in style and instrumentation to An Unfortunate Incident.
A dark and pushing hybrid song. The orchestra, some guitars and many electronic elements provide a lot of energy. Because of that, this track is very flexible and suitable for different settings.
A delightfully kitsch mid-60's parody with brash horn stabs, Latino rhythms and a flirty, infectious lead line. Evokes the sauciness of the swinging sixties with its bright & bouncy easy listening style. Available with and without the "Sambatastico!" vocal line. Well matched with the Michael Stephen Decker track 'Big Cheese'.