A bouncy whacked out tune with a retro gaming feel and all the charm of a 1980â€™s synthesizer demo! Complete with cheerful drums & cheapo plastic instruments, this bubbly melody would suit cartoon graphics, micro games, commercials or quirky off beat comedy videos. Similar in style to the Mich...
Filmic and wide screen with a hint of Middle Earth. This blossoming orchestration & warm Celtic flourishes symbolise love and devotion on a huge scale. Suitable for rites of passage sequences or moments of achievement or accomplishment.
A driving and determined guitar rock track that's fresh and rough, but not too heavy or too aggressive. Groovy rock guitars with plenty of variation throughout the track. Feelgood, driven power-pop or alternative rock. Good for motorsports, exciting stunts, cruising, fun sports footage and more.
This track starts with a nervously pulsating rhythm and sorrowful, wailing ethnic strings, before it erupts into a majestic, powerful and dramatic, slow march with full orchestra and choir. Pompous, menacing, awe inspiring. A quiet epilogue follows with ethnic / mysterious strings. Slightly middle e...
Melodic rock track, upbeat with lots of varied guitar chops throughout. Fresh and bright, just the right balance between rough/tough and more sincere/melodic. Good for youth / young people's programming, sports and activity, fun times etc.
Extremely violent track with top class Hollywood orchestration. You can imagine, Dinosaur Chase, demonic possessions, horror stalking, horror chase, serial killers, psychopaths, Scfi-fi scenes, UFO, Aliens, strange creatures, ghosts, weird things. In the manner of the John Williams's Jurassic Park
Bold and confident Big Beat track in the style of The Crystal Method and Leftfield. Gritty synthesizer lines, distorted guitars and some orchestral elements over a pounding Hip Hop breakbeat. Cool for military, gaming, sports and action.
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.