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Deeply satisfying synths play in a slightly dystopian domain. So if you have a film where a future vampire who owns a travelling carnival comes back in time to today with a crazy assemblage of experiences for today's currently not-yet-jaded audiences... that is your piece! Also useful for cat parkour.
A sort of square swing piece using very simple synths (but highly post-processed). It just makes you want to explore that dungeon, doesn't it!? 8bit Dungeon Level is similar but slower.
A cosmic love story that just begins. A tale from explorers who are going to travel across the universe to find their own place. A progressive song going from dance style backed up by a warmful set of chords, traversing some house pieces and developing into a pure electronica soundtrack. Strings and acoustic guitars work as a complement for the development.
minmalist electronic techno/house track perfect for blending into the background.
A floor thumping modern take on the meringue. Horns, guitar, piano, and a pile of percussion.
Simple, clean, light-yet-driving funk-type dance.
A driving funk piece that is sometimes distorted because it plays with clashing grooves. EP prominent throughout the entire piece. Kit mainly in the background. Horn section accompanies EP in several places, however is not used equally throughout.
There is nothing in this piece that is even vaguely reminiscent of "La Macarena". I shouldn't have said that. I should not have said that. Don't go listening for it, for such a journey will surely end in tragedy.
Umm... this is really hard to describe. Take a listen, you might need it. Easy chill disco. It has an "eye of the tiger"-ish synth line and a super cool vibe part. Drum kit is distressed in parts.
Styled in the bluesy swing of a 70s cop drama TV show, Private Eye incorporates slick rhythms with a prominent bass line and competing bursts of horns. The final thirty seconds builds in volume with the congas until the abrupt finish.
A touch of 80's synthwave with a slightly sinister air about it...
Electro-acoustic rendering of the famous American folk song.
Okay, not quite a synth, not quite and organ - that thing is a mellotron. And it is cool. Interesting baroque changes in the B section. General Space-age cocktail party awesomeness for the entire piece.