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Artist: Philip Curran

Found 106 tracks

Slightly over-the-top orchestral chase music for a comedy film, creating a sarcastic sense of desperation when all hell breaks loose. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 86 BPM]

Funky, bright and positive corporate track, with funky guitars, bass, drums and synths. Good for promo videos and internet virals. [Tempo: Medium / 128 BPM]

The vibraphone leads an orchestral backing in a piece used to underline the sense of workmanship between engineer workers during the 2nd World War. A sense of activity, light but busy. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 55 BPM]

Marimbas and vibraphone lead a waltz-like theme that has a passive quality to it. The theme's variation, played by celeste, then piano, was used to underline a character's child-like personality when dealing with day-to-day life. [Tempo: Medium / 115 BPM]

A sarcastic look at life and death with a choppy clarinet, celeste, guitars and strings. [Tempo: Slow, Medium, Fast / 130 BPM]

A gradually build to an intense climax with strings, piano, harp, percussion. Similar style to the likes of John Murphy a la "28 days later". [Tempo: Medium / 102 BPM]

Gentle acoustic guitars and strings complement each other through this short but provocative piece of music and has elements of a love, reflection and contentment. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 111 BPM]

Energetic and rapturous indie rock, with no vocals. Catchy guitar riffs, thumping drums and a jumpy beat add to the tracks vigour. [Tempo: Fast / 150 BPM]

Peaceful, calm and melodic. Colourful synths generate a feeling of serenity. [Tempo: Very slow / 102 BPM]

A blast of electronics and acoustic percussion. Great to use in a chase scene, particularly if it's a chase on foot. [Tempo: Fast / 130 BPM]

A corporate track that blends acoustic and electronic instruments to create an unusual but appealing tone. Good for television theme, news, documentary, adventure and insights etc. [Tempo: Medium / 95 BPM]

An odd but quirky track, dominated by marimba, harp and light pizzicato strings and subtle guitars to create a cheeky tone that would suit a scene that winks to the audience. [Tempo: Slow / 120 BPM]

A Scottish wartime march that is patriotic, proud with reverent moments honouring the men and women who lost their lives. Great to use in wartime documentaries. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 140 BPM]

Reconciliation, forgiveness and hope. All these emotions are here in this track. Originally written for a scene in which a father visits the grave of his wife and son in a bid for atonement. A slow and touching piece that blends electric guitars, thick pads sounds with strings to create a powerful wall of sound. Great for montage sequences and for moving the story along without being too intrusive. The slow, gentle nature of the music makes it well suited to work underneath dialogue too. [Tempo: Slow / 60 BPM]

A mixture of electronic synths, percussion and strings are used to generate a sense of risk. The continuous pulsating guitar, heavy percussive hits, low piano notes and high string trills create an apprehensive mood, making this ideal for game shows with elimination rounds. [Tempo: Slow / 64 BPM]

Ambient and airy strings create a sense of wonder which is ideally suited to scenes that need some positive suspense. [Tempo: Slow]

A pleasant and bright acoustic track. Acoustic guitars, drums and light strings add to its optimistic and enjoyable tone which would make it work well in any scene with this type of feeling. Could also work for a Christmas production. [Tempo: Medium / 84 BPM]

A mixture of electronic synths, percussion and strings are used to generate a sense of risk. The constant pulse throughout adds to the anxiety, making this ideal for game shows with elimination rounds. [Tempo: Slow / 63 BPM]

A very uplifting and emotional rock song that leads up to a stirring climax, headed by a catchy melody played on electric guitars. It's big, broad sound and strong emotion make this well suited to film content, online and corporate videos and tv commercials. [Tempo: Medium / 110 BPM]

A solo violin leads this short but poignant track, accompanied by strings, synths and light electronic percussion to create a reflective, romantic, relaxed & sensual mood. [Tempo: Slow]

Big, industrial sounding track, with marching percussion, low strings and moody horns. Used to underscore a video about a Pig Iron factory in World War 2. Dark, ominous, serious. [Tempo: Medium / 111 BPM]

Deep male chanting runs through this track to create a feeling of something provocative, solemn but humbling. A gentle but emotive solo male voice rises over the top of the chanting to add an extra level of emotion. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 73 BPM]

An assured and confident acoustic indie track with lively strings to stir the emotions. Great for scenes and videos of achievements, accomplishments and successes. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 124 BPM]

Inspired by the Terracotta Warriors of China. The music conveys a sense of majesty, grandeur and power that features traditional Chinese instruments, complimented by a stirring Orchestra. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 100 BPM]

Optimistic, vocal-free indie rock that conveys a sense of the beginning of a journey, or possibly a montage. With electric guitars, bass guitar, drums, piano and subtle synths. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 115 BPM]

A fun and vivacious theme that could be used for opening a show, or underlining a moment of amusement . It's fast tempo and off-beat rhythms create a sense of quirky pleasure. Instruments include electric guitars, bass guitar, drums, keyboards and hand claps. [Tempo: Fast, Very fast / 200 BPM]

Groovy marimba, accompanied by some electronic instruments to create an appealing and content emotion. It's unobtrusive sound works well underneath dialogue. [Tempo: Medium / 80 BPM]

A mellow and easy listening piece with a pleasant melody which works great in all manner of advertisements. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 92 BPM]

A relaxed and optimistic acoustic track designed for a 30 second commercial. The contemporary and cheerful nature of the track make this great for product and service advertisement. [Tempo: Medium / 110 BPM]

A low, isolated harp picks heavily at low notes, then aided by a marimba, African percussion and shivering strings which adds to the tracks menace. A dark track that has hints of Michael Giacchino (a la Lost) about it. [Tempo: Slow, Medium]

Amusing and a little mischievous track that has hints of Thomas Newman a la American Beauty. The track contains an unusual combination of instruments such as marimbas, mandolin, harp, strings which all play with a staccato rhythm to create a boyish theme for a high school teacher who falls for a school pupil. [Tempo: Slow, Fast / 55 BPM]

Buoyant Jazz with a 1940's or 1950's flare. Good for dancing scene, or anything with a fun, lively physical presence. [Tempo: Fast, Very fast / 133 BPM]

An ambient and mysterious piece featuring a solo boys voice, backed by a choir, synths and percussion to create a sense of grand scope pureness. Good for underscoring big landscape shots. [Tempo: Very slow]

A romantic and slightly quirky tune, played primarily on the clarinet, accompanied by light, staccato strings, harp and woodwinds. Created to underline a sense of excitement and nervousness when meeting someone new. [Tempo: Medium / 90 BPM]

Screeching basses and cellos build up to a musical stab, aided by french horn rip, cymbal crashes and violin clusters. If you want the audience to jump, this is the ideal track. [Tempo: Slow]

Intense orchestral action music with rhythmic percussion, aggressive brass and dramatic strings, that ends heroically. Good to use in a chase sequence where the victim escapes. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 99 BPM]

A bleak and mournful track used in a documentary about the Hungerford Massacre. A crying female vocal works alongside a desolate piano, acoustic guitars, and drums to a very powerful and emotional climax. The variations offer gentler alternatives to the man track. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 64 BPM]

Clowns and The Circus can be fun for some and scary for others... but everyone loves Ice Cream! Ideal for creating a circus / clown-like atmosphere, whatever the mood, be it comedic and playful or strange and sinister. [Tempo: Medium]

A tragic and emotional piece of music with big strings, boys choir and woodwinds. A melodic and crescendo-like middle section played by strings, then finished off with a softly sung melody by a boys choir. [Tempo: Slow / 72 BPM]

Suitable for a 30 second television commercial or other shorts projects, this retro pop track has a contemporary edge that is ideally suited to products and events that are associated with city life. Also available with no vocals. [Tempo: Slow / 90 BPM]

Acoustic guitars & strings dominate this moving theme that would work well over a main title. It is essentially a love theme between two brothers, but would work as a theme between any two siblings or friends. Optimistic, hopeful. [Tempo: Fast / 125 BPM]

This fast, fun and cool rock intro track has the ability to suit a whole range of media, from television, product advertisement, corporate videos and film. Distorted guitars head drums, a bass guitar, acoustic guitars, synths and even some vinyl scratches! [Tempo: Fast, Very fast / 100 BPM]

Japanese flavoured fantasy and adventure with a Shakuachi flute that would be great to use as 'trek music', with big landscape shots, travelling shots etc. It opens with a sense of wonder and magic, then the tempo increases as the music heads into the more adventurous section. [Tempo: Medium / 131 BPM]

An upright bass, light drums, saxophone, clarinet, guitars, a piano and pizzicato strings are all in the mix here to create something fresh and fun to give a product or a service a positive identity. [Tempo: Fast / 190 BPM]

A slow and relaxing meditation track featuring some deep male chanting, similar to those of Tibetan Monks. Other instruments such as bells and gentle synths are used underneath the vocals to add some ambience and texture. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 73 BPM]

An evil, Far East / Oriental style 'bad guy' theme that moves slowly, but threateningly to create a sense of anxiety. The Erhu is backed by a deep chanting male choir, drums and tense strings. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow]

A straight shooting and repetitive track that is ideally suited to scenes that are needing background dance music. [Tempo: Fast, Very fast / 145 BPM]

An emotional piece of music with a female singer. A soft bass guitar gives it a walking pace, while strings create a vulnerability with unstable chords. All of this is complimented by a Bulgarian singer whom at the track's climax repeats the phrase "Have You Seen Where The Sun Has Hidden?", which is often meant to be a metaphor for death. [Tempo: Medium / 72 BPM]

This track builds and rises from a deep resonant bass sound into a hard hitting dance track that's both catchy and edgy. [Tempo: Fast / 140 BPM]

Slightly dark electronic drums and synths. It's slow tempo works well with slow motion scenes, or in an underground nightclub montage scene a la Blade. Also for crime investigation etc. [Tempo: Medium / 103 BPM]

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