A traditional Irish song, translated as "The Brink of the White Rocks". Performed by tin whistle with guitar accompaniment, this is a mournful and sad tune which takes you back to old Ireland in the 18th Century. Beautiful and melancholy, yet has a slight edge of hope.
A very old Irish folk piece composed originally by Turlough O'Carolan between 1670-1738. This is a sad and longing piece played by fiddle, with guitar accompaniment. Sombre and slightly mournful, this melancholy piece is beautiful.
A sad and reflective traditional Irish air played on the fiddle and accompanied by nylon guitar. Contemplative, pensive and thoughtful, this air is beautiful, stirring and incredibly sad also. From around 18th century Ireland - a truly genuine Irish air. 100% live performance.
Repetitive sampled guitar riff over a driving drum rhythm. Synthesizer melody brings in some kind of mysterious and adventurous feel. Lots of confidence and coolness, being the ideal soundtrack for that bad ass spy scene.
Happy Rock / Punk-Rock / Fun Sports. An upbeat Punk / Pop tune, with lots of attitude and energy. Positive and reckless soundtrack for teen oriented material, jackass style videos, stupid things, skateboarding, and radical sports.
Epic orchestral theme mixed with colossal electronica beat and bass. Gigantic and massive action packed track, with a dubstep breakdown, breathtaking stutter edits and a huge choir climax near the end.
Starts with an ominous repetitive low horn blow, and builds up towards a full orchestral and choir theme. Dark and powerful trailer music, inspired by mind bending, psychological and twisted up sci-fi action thrillers.
Intense and powerful Heavy Metal track with huge influence from Nu-Metal bands. Low-tuned guitar riffs and punchy drums. Great music for sports, games, radical sports, action, war, military. Aggressive and fast like a closed fist punch in your face.
Funky retro 80's synth pop that's gonna make you work those robot dance moves. Kinda corny, but truly authentic eighties sound, with vintage drum machines, Simmons tom toms and those bubbly synth horns. Breakdance anyone?