Hard, gritty electro-rock track which would work in a modern war movie - a US Marine convoy rolling into a village in hummers. Dust and heat, power and glory. No man gets left behind with this angry track that is powerful enough to be used for a range of advertising, film, promotion and trailers.
A dramatic, building track perfect for a war scene or opening credits. Orchestral + electronic hybrid for Great for sports, advertising, corporate & medical. A slow, tense build-up leads to full on bombastic drums with a little air at 1:50 with a build at 2:30 through to a big climatic choir finish.
A hybrid orchestral / electronic track with Middle Eastern influences. Some parts of this track are pensive, sneaky, uneasy - other parts more dramatic, ominous and epic. Can easily be edited to the fit the lenghts of your cues, to match the timing of your project. Edgy, Serious.
Electronica infused orchestral music. Tension build throughout the piece, ending with a big boom, but retaining a somewhat anticipative aura. Good for war preparation, rendezvous scenes and crime investigation and chase.
War influenced track, with a cinematic aura. Powerful world percussion combined with middle eastern melodic phrases, full of anticipation and drive. Think Homeland and Syriana, or any tense drama with an Eastern / Arabic feel.
A classic Bedouin mood combined with more modern variety of sounds and instruments. Sincere and loving, nostalgic mood from the ancient world of the Orient / Gulf region. The quarter tones have been replaces with normal minor/major chords, the kanun and flute define the emotional parts. Eastern beau...
A typical Bedouin celebration style, with authentic percussions, played as the old tribes used to play. With strings, oud and kanun, this track featuress a middle dreamy section before going back to the groovy Eastern dance parts. Features live performed acoustic instruments.
Egyptian / Middle Eastern folk music with a modern melody. Exciting and exotic, normally used in festive events and modern songs. Accordion is a leading instrument, and a women belly dancer is often involved in such occasions.
This piece reflects the grandeur of the Emirates, and how it developed from a normal desert country to one at the forefront of technology and progress. The track has a sense of grandeur, success and power, with echoes of a rich culture and history.
This track starts with a dreamy flute and saz instrument. The scales & harmonies, which are used widely in all of the middle eastern region from Iran to Lebanon, are called "hijaz tune" and is very familiar to all that region.
This style, while using modern synth and guitar, has an authentic flavor of Iraqi, Moroccan or other Middle Eastern / Arabic music, which in some regions preserve the normal major keys, then goes back to quarter tones, bouzouk , and oud are dominant along with oriental percussions.