Imagine - Bob Marley jamming with a tight live reggae band. Catchy guitar melody with memorable bass and drum background.
Perfect for use in a film score, demo reel, corporate video, commercial or advertisement.
Authentic Jamaican reggae laid-back track, with horns, drums, percussion, bass, electric guitar and organ. Heavily influenced by reggae's golden age artists like Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Jimmy Cliff. Reggae, Island, Roots Reggae, Retro, Jamaica.
A smooth, joyful reggae track, with a relaxed, tropical feel reminiscent of summer vacation, caribbean landscapes, relaxation, good times, blue water and white sands. Ideal for any production where a feeling of serenity, happiness and enjoyment is needed. Several different edits are available.
A Pop Island Reggae tune, Closer and closer is a way to live, and a view of the problems our modern world faces, served up over a bed of Jamaican Jerk Chicken and Pop Reggae Rice . A grooving rhythm and live Hollywood studio track so interesting and versatile, great for a long list of commercial app...
..High energy and fast paced piece that has a dark mood, yet sounds that inspire tension and frustration, climaxing to a mysterious outcome. Instrumentation is Bass (Electric), Piano (Electric), Percussion, Guitar (Electric), Drums, and Keyboard/Synthesizer. An original high energy and fast paced pi...
A simple acoustic ska groove with a humorous tale of a large gorilla in a neighborhood shoebox and all the particulars that occur. So fun interesting and versatile, great for a long list of commercial applications. Upbeat, fun, tight and youthful and and creative. Instrumentation is Guitar (Electri...
Pop Reggae ballad with wah wah guitars and marimba. Slow, swaying feelgood reggae. Caribbean, Hawaiian, Tropical feel, Wah-wah lead lines. Also available as an Underscore version without the main/lead solo guitar lines.
A quirky bassline sprinkled with dubstep & reggae themes. Mischievous, humerous, razor sharp & infectious. Great for gaming, short films or modern comedy. Similar in feel to the Michael Stephen Decker track Dubweed & Lucky Boy.
A quirky reggae theme with a mischievous downbeat charm. Hints of dubstep mixed in give it a cutting edge originality. Eccentric, humerous, off-beat & infectious. Similar in feel to the Michael Stephen Decker tracks Squeezer, Lucky Boy & Happy Squared.