What is this small red neighbor of ours? This mysterious tracks begins the journey that is the "Red Mystery" album. Join us!
A lot of probes were sent to Mars before any of them actually got into orbit or managed to perform a fly-by. Dramatic as it can be, this piece reflects on the challenge it was to actually gather some useful data.
A remake of my absolute favorite piece "Borgar" which can be found on the celtic fantasy album "Fjördur". This time with a more modern instrumentation. Mainly consists of two parts, where the second one is a melodic explosion. All in all a very soothing piece yet epic. Extended license purchase includes a 135bpm slower version as well (original is 150bpm)
This piece never settles down. It's jumping back and forth between these epic piano parts without really finishing them. Hence the name "Fractions". These parts are different enough to keep the listener interested, while yet not different enough to create conflict in your visual content.
An epic piano recreation of one of my most popular pieces “Traveler”. This surely is epic. You could (theoretically) do anything, and no matter how lame it is, it would seem like the most epic action in history.A very melodic piece, where lots of things happen all the time. Accompanied by a cello and a drum kit, and a guitar I’m very excited to see where you guys place this!
Whenever you have a bad day, or if you're making joyful content that needs joyful music, this is for you. "Better Times" is a African-inspired piece with melodies that will cheer up whatever it's added to.
As the title suggests this is a melodic interlude. Very ambient, sort of epic, very melodic! This fits almost everywhere. A lot of drama, but also sci-fi elements!
Perfect for your game, show, gameshow, movie, animation or podcast! Ambient sci-fi/space music that can be looped for infinity. Very mysterious and few changes.
I have no idea how I ended up with a vikings-ish, western-ish hybrid. But it was cool enough for me to not trash it. A piece with few changes throughout. Very intense and suspenseful.
Apparently Americans calls us Scandinavian's “Scando’s”. I’m not sure if it’s an insult or not. Anyways, this piece is a very “me-typical” piano piece with drums and piano. Lots of chord progressions I consider Scandinavian. I don’t really know why.
The one thing I’ve figured out after I started focusing a bit on the synths, is that there is no genre in the world with more subgenres than electronic music. I think this is EDM, but it might as well be electro house, techno or anything else. LOTS of melody, lots of sound effects, and a red line through the whole song.
Sometimes I make music that MIGHT fit the local club, if the DJ is drunk and in my family. “Dance” is a melodic EDM piece with many different parts. You can easily cut out the parts you like, and don’t like. Or just enjoy the whole track!"
Celtic fantasy piece with so much melody it’s hard to comprehend. You could put this on top of footage of grass growing, and it would still make it epic.
Very uplifting/happy cinematic orchestral music. Perfect for your happy place, whether that's in you movie scene, video game, or just your current mental situation.
"The prefix pseudo- (from Greek ψευδής, pseudes, "lying, false") is used to mark something that superficially appears to be (or behaves like) one thing, but is something else. Subject to context, pseudo may connote coincidence, imitation, intentional deception, or a combination thereof." This has nothing to do with the song. I just thought it was a cool word.