This amusing & magical leitmotif features lively pizzicato cellos as they tip toe towards a marching Mariachi trumpet line that vanishes into thin air, only to be replaced again by the creeping, mischievous cellos. Hotel Tango is matched in style & character to the other Elliot Simonâ€™s tracks...
Secrets, spies, and shady intrigue. This playful & humorous Inspector Gadget like orchestral piece creates an air of mischievous fun. Suitable for reality style programming or cartoon like detective games involving conspiracy, concealment or masquerade.
Acoustic guitar compositio. Easy-going, relaxing and pastoral, Good for many types of media or background use, Has a sense of the natural world, nature and earth. Easy-going, but also somewhat busy and active.
A pensive, tense, ominous orchestral track with an an undercurrent of conflict, suspicion, malevolence. Like two enemies stalking each other, measuring each other up for a fight. Also good as a general film score cue for tense moments, time running out, perhaps manhunt, etc.
A sweaty vocal dance track with high energy house rhythms, bass & drums. Perfect for athletic fitness, Aerobic and Zumba routines. Filled with catchy hooks and uplifting Latino chants. Similar in style to the tracks Roll The Dice and Step Up.
Pensive, slowly brooding, orchestral adventure style track. Hints of an epic theme, with a tense, dangerous undertow. Good for fantasy, grand adventures, travel, imminent danger, daring missions, brave explorers, etc.
Middle Eastern / Arabic / Oriental track with tabla, tamborines, sitar and plucked strings. Moderately busy, groovy, with a sense of mysticism and playfulness. Good for games, films, media projects with an Arabian or Eastern feel.
Urban beats mix with orchestral breaks for this wicked pastiche of modern culture which is both outrageous and witty. FX and scratches suggest visual cues and the various edits work together to make up an entire themed package for a modern parody. Seriously good fun!
A bouncy, happy-go-lucky theme with a modern lo-fi feel. It skips and darts along with a touch of underlying melancholy, growing & expanding towards itâ€™s inevitable conclusion. Itâ€™s unique quirkiness is similar in style to the Michael Stephen Decker tracks, Dubweed and Squeezer.
A slowly marching, staccato, methodical, unstoppable force. Orchestral march with a sense of darkness, determination, glory and victory. Dark heroes or evil hordes. Good for dramatic trailers / epic trailer, battle or marching scene, fantasy fights, war and conflict, epic scenes and more.