A mid-tempo, easy going, breezy chill-out track with a slightly spanish / latin feel. Similar to the sound of Cafe Del Mar, excellent as background music for any media. Blues inspired guitar solo at about 1:30. There is also an alternative version with more, busier guitar melodies throughout.. Keywords: latino chillout chilling chill out chill-out easy listening breeze breezy downtempo
Relaxed, ambient piano track with occasional acoustic guitar notes and soft pads. Melancholic, tender, impressionistic, inviting. A time for quiet reflection. Semi-classical; reminescent of the works of Erik Satie and Brian Eno. Available is also an alternative version which cuts out the pads, leaving only the piano and guitar.
Indie Rock / Alternative rock. Featuring synthesizers and a full indie-rock band, this track fits right into the rock-pop genre of the 21st Century. Upbeat and energetic throughout., pop rock background. fast music, rock, guitars, power, hard core, pop rock background, soundtrack
A very loud, brash and intense action track, highly suitable for movie trailer, game trailer, war or battle scenes. High level of intensity throughout with live choir and live orchestral instruments used in combination with samples and huge, pounding percussion. Urgent, tense and very dark. Builds to a crescendo towards the end.
An uplifting and positively driving guitar rock track with a really infectious guitar riff. Similar in mood and style to the intro music on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart or the Colbert Report with Stephen Colbert. Also great for extreme sports, action footage, racing, downhill, stupid stunts and much more. It's just a great, fresh, bright, joyful rock track.
A soaring, wistful instrumental version of this traditional Irish folk song. Irish flute (penny whistle), acoustic guitar, fiddle and a subtle humming choir. The track gradually builds up from a lonely flute to a more rhythmic, folk-ish production later in the track. As an alternative, we also have a version where the Irish flute is replaced by a regular Orchestral flute, which has a softer sound. [Trad./Arr: Bjorn Lynne]