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A mixture of African vocal chants and Caribbean-styled percussion and bass guitar makes you long for your hammock. The piece is relaxing and gets you in the mood for ?Island Time? - where the troubles of the world melt away in the ocean breeze.
Noir. Private detective from the 1940's sort of feel.
Dreamy surreal synth loop with trap drums.
Super non-offending little piece. Takes voice-over very well. Available in several lengths.
Light, upbeat, cool - useful for video game montages, and telephone on-hold music... and... nearly anything where you need something interesting - but not TOO interesting.
This piece has 54 beats each minute. At Angkor Wat, a Hindu temple carving has 54 gods in opposition to 54 demons, and in their struggle they create immortality. Mystics (or mathematicians... whatever) in Ancient Greece knew of the prime factorization of this mystic number. 3 by 3 by 3 by 2. What does this all mean? Not much, as it turns out the concept of a "minute" wasn't familiar to the architects at Angkor Wat.
Most famously used in the film "Hugo".
We all can't hide from it: AI will occupy an ever greater part of our lives, both positively and negatively. That's what this song is about - with the beautiful voice of Kara Square.
Tuba carries the character of the piece.
Light and bouncy. A little electronica. A little jazz. For whenever you need jazzy electronica!
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A fast deep unyielding sort of waltz-like-thing.
Harpsichord in tritones with a bass pedal.
Are you still spending all of your money on shakra therapies that don't seem to work? Look no further - Nightdreams will do everything those therapies do and at a much lower cost! Presence is the truth of well-being. And no one can argue that to be well, one must first exist. Before you start listening to this piece, make certain that you exist. No one needs another one of those 'tree-falling paradoxes' messing up their lives... or their forests.