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Artist: Dream Valley Music

Found 186 tracks

A kitsch retro-style mid-60's parody with big horns, Latino rhythms and an infectious flute & synth lead. Guaranteed to evoke the swinging sixties with its bright & bouncy easy listening style. Well matched with the Elliot Simons track 'Sambatastico' [Tempo: Fast / 130 BPM]

Fresh and funky house track with whoop, shout, sampled drum groove, guitar riff and a nasty synth bass line. [Tempo: Medium / 101 BPM]

Bollywood meets the Carribean with this authentically kitch 1960's reggae vibe featuring a catchy Indian sitar line. [Tempo: Medium / 125 BPM]

A toy-like glockenspiel floats above a deep dub bassline in this upbeat, warm, vibrant & atmospheric groove with lashings of chilled out guitar jangling alongside Rhodes piano. Dreamy, mellow, chilled. A little bit odd / quirky, very highly suitable for commercials and visual presentations. Technological innovation, green values, family and much more. [Tempo: Medium / 115 BPM]

A pumping dance track mixing swing style horns & 1980's disco licks with a rock solid 4/4 backbeat and sweeping synth effects. Use for anything from an exercise workout mix to a Reality style TV gameshow theme. [Tempo: Fast / 140 BPM]

Teasing, irreverent and mischievous. This incidental orchestral piece creeps along with pizzicato cellos that build towards sudden huge surprizes. Jaunty & devilish it would suit humorous reality style sequences & playful misbehaviour. [Tempo: Slow / 120 BPM]

Heavenly soulful voices & long sweeping chords evoke a feeling of spiritual freedom and wide open spaces. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow]

Authentic sounding medieval instruments play a bawdy, brazen celtic dance number for the Tudor court. The track varies in tempo, with some uptempo parts and others slow. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 126 BPM]

A sweaty vocal dance track with high energy house rhythms, bass & drums. Perfect for athletic fitness, Aerobic and Zumba routines. Filled with catchy hooks and uplifting Latino chants. Similar in style to the tracks Roll The Dice and Step Up. [Tempo: Fast / 132 BPM]

Urban beats mix with orchestral breaks for this wicked pastiche of modern culture which is both outrageous and witty. FX and scratches suggest visual cues and the various edits work together to make up an entire themed package for a modern parody. Seriously good fun! [Tempo: Medium / 100 BPM]

A humorous, bustling, upbeat theme filled with bubbly feelings of excitement and anticipation. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 116 BPM]

A catchy hook & dynamic beats make this track a suitable bed for business, technology & science based audio/visual projects. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 148 BPM]

Urban style track with sexy percussive loops & deep bass. Anchored firmly on the streets of LA, an overlaid guitar riff and tablas give it a slight Eastern feel. Similar in style to Snoop Dogg & Dr Dre. [Tempo: Medium / 104 BPM]

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. [Tempo: Slow]

A hard hitting, wire cut, synthetic, minimalist and incredibly funky techno/house track. [Tempo: Medium / 125 BPM]

Combining elements of the primal and the modern, this positive and uplifting ethnic-meets-electronic track develops over time and reaches full instrumentation at about 01:10. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 104 BPM]

Percussion, guitars and big brassy trumpets are all crammed into this homage to the happy sounds of hot Latin rhythms. This cheerful tune has all the charm, warmth & rough qualities of an old recording and would be suitable for micro games, commercials, short films or off beat comedy videos. Similar in style to the Elliot Simons tracks Wacko Town, Big Cheese, Wackorama & Sambatastico. [Tempo: Slow, Medium, Fast / 88 BPM]

An exciting and sweeping orchestral track, depicting a grand adventure or new discoveries, exciting times. This track goes through various stages with different musical ideas and moods, so it has potential for use in several different cues. Great music for a grand fantasy adventure, epic film, role playing and more. [Tempo: Medium / 65 BPM]

Dark and disturbing middle-eastern / arabian ambient track with a moving drone, deep drums and eastern wind instrument. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow]

Up tempo psychedelic funk with heavy wah wah guitar lines, brass, flute and clattering drums. A kitsch retro workout with a contemporary dance music edge. A fun and funky look back at the 1960's and 1970's... [Tempo: Fast / 118 BPM]

A wide, brooding cinematic soundscape featuring spacey pads, a rhythmic topline and deep, distant drum fills. Evoking images of distant horizons, infinite space or world changing natural events. Suggests documentary style programming covering ecology, science & technology, future cataclysmic events and large scale discoveries. [Tempo: Medium / 123 BPM]

Demented snatches of sound tumbling over a relentless, incessant rhythm. Dark and nightmarish with a quirky undercurrent. Builds to a dead stop from 1:56. [Tempo: Medium / 120 BPM]

An eccentric, haunting melody hook is accompanied by intensional scratchy, swirling sounds that give an extra layer of oddness & charm to this quirky, offbeat tune. Darkly comical and yet strangely uneasy, this has a unique futuristic quality that is equally alluring & LOL funny. In a similar style to Circuits Of Beauty, Carnival Of Magic & The Hands Of Time. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 147 BPM]

Full of 'Joie de vivre' this accordion and mandolin led piece is a bright, filmic, retro sounding waltzer conjuring up visions of traditional European city streets, mountains, lakes, fairgrounds, carousels, flowers and festivals. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 62 BPM]

This enchanting novelty marching tune suggests the magic and intrigue of Eastern European fables and parables. A little bit wonky & off-kilter, Its naive child-like quality suggests a toy military band or images of a hurdy-gurdy or Calliope at a fairytale fairground. Builds from a single instrument into a small ensemble and then lifts by two semitones with an added glockenspiel & solo flute. Quirky / Novelty. [Tempo: Medium / 100 BPM]

Growing from smouldering beginnings into a frantic orchestral canter with horns, strings & huge pounding drums. [Tempo: Fast, Very fast / 100 BPM]

Secrets, spies, and shady intrigue. This playful & humorous Inspector Gadget like orchestral piece creates an air of mischievous fun. Suitable for reality style programming or cartoon like detective games involving conspiracy, concealment or masquerade. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 120 BPM]

Dignified, soft, proud and reflective cinematic piece. Emotional, soaring, and patriotic in a thoughtful, solemn way. Honor, dignity and reflection. [Tempo: Very slow / 96 BPM]

Fusing jazzy Rhodes piano chords and brass stabs with the driving urban dance rhythms of the drum and bass scene. [Tempo: Medium / 82 BPM]

A gritty female vocal over dirty guitar riffs and pounding drum breaks. Uncompromising, filthy and lots of fun. Available as a vocal version and an instrumental version. [Tempo: Medium / 128 BPM]

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 Elliot Simons track Dubweed & Lucky Boy. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 98 BPM]

A feeling of satisfaction & achievement as piano, drums & bass build towards a swell of pride. Useful for reality style programming involving the pride & dignity of accomplishment. [Tempo: Medium / 105 BPM]

Classy piano accompanied by jazzy percussion in a playfully assured arrangement. This loungy retro-style theme has a laid back ending would make it suitable as a title sequence or in reality style programming sequence. [Tempo: Medium / 133 BPM]

Harry Potter meets the Addams Family in Wisteria Lane! An engaging black comedy symphony with dark, eccentric orchestration, a woozy hookline and big brassy ending. Good for ads or rolling credits with a central theme of 30 seconds duration. If you like this you may also like the Elliot Simons tracks 'An Unfortunate Incident' and 'Another Lovely Day'. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 64 BPM]

A delightfully kitsch mid-60's parody with brash horn stabs, Latino rhythms and a flirty, infectious lead line. Evokes the sauciness of the swinging sixties with its bright & bouncy easy listening style. Available with and without the "Sambatastico!" vocal line. Well matched with the Elliot Simons track 'Big Cheese'. [Tempo: Medium / 160 BPM]

Young, bright female vocalist with a catchy original song about communicating with someone they love. ‘If I could talk to you again, your signal coming through and then…’. Also available as an instrumental version. [Tempo: Medium / 137 BPM]

Brooding, distorted guitar riffs floats above a smouldering dystopian landscape awash with strange metallic artefacts. This dark but strangely beautiful soundscape encompasses many different styles to create a unique atmospheric theme equally at one with either action or scene setting narratives. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 118 BPM]

Squawking techno meets ska in this unhinged rave up with retro sounding drums & bass and a burbling chicken-like synth. It’s outrageous and more than a little bit daft. Suitable for cartoon graphics, micro games, commercials, short films or off beat comedy videos. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 124 BPM]

Like the awakening of an idea or the start of a great adventure, this bold orchestral piece grows from small beginnings to a huge striving precession that reaches a frantic conclusion at 1:00 returning to its original idea and finally to rest. Suitable for rites of passage sequences or the birth of ideas and on-going initiative. [Tempo: Medium / 67 BPM]

Huge brass stabs, string lines and cymbal crashes tumble towards a thrilling central theme in this energetic orchestral workout. Suitable for battles, dramatic chases & scenes of conflict. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 141 BPM]

A bouncy, happy-go-lucky theme with a modern lo-fi feel. It skips and darts along with a touch of underlying melancholy, growing & expanding towards it’s inevitable conclusion. It’s unique quirkiness is similar in style to the Elliot Simons tracks, Dubweed and Squeezer. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 117 BPM]

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