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Artist: Philip Curran

Found 106 tracks

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]

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]

Big, bold and energetic trailer music for that 'Hollywood' sound. The track builds up to an epic climax with a full orchestral backing, electronic percussion, ethnic instruments and full choir. [Tempo: Slow, Fast / 160 BPM]

A straight shooting and repetitive track that is ideally suited to scenes that are needing background dance music. [Tempo: Fast, Very fast / 145 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 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 short track was designed to depict a sunny day, so by using a blend of instruments from different countries, the music has a familiarity but also exclusivity which makes it an enjoyable listen. [Tempo: Medium / 101 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]

A track that has a sense of something being created. It has a slight industrial feel to it, so would work well in scenes something is being constructed, such as a building, or with a puzzle game, something to do with building blocks etc. Instruments include a detuned xylophone, vibraphone, percussion, strings and piano. [Tempo: Medium / 80 BPM]

Unmistakably Indian in mood and style but enveloped in contemporary production. There's a undercurrent of magic and mystery throughout the whole track which features a variety of lead instruments. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 90 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 energetic track that has a feeling of the beginning of a great adventure or the start of a big journey. Its moderate rhythm pulsates from start to finish while the overall track builds up to a spirited climax. [Tempo: Medium / 100 BPM]

A brooding sense of danger that builds to a climax. Heavy brass are aided by stabbing strings and thumping percussion which is great to use as trek music with big landscape shots, in which the bad guys are after the good guys. [Tempo: Medium / 89 BPM]

A lively, feel-good dance track, with a nice simple melody and structure, that makes it easy to loop over and over. Instruments include both electronic and acoustic drums, synths, violins and at the head, a solo violin singing the melody. [Tempo: Fast / 140 BPM]

A whimsical, slightly tense but very quirky theme, emphasizing the tension between a young couple trying to buy their first house. A staccato orchestra moves along at a marching pace, repeating the theme to a small climax when the couple reach breaking point. [Tempo: Medium / 105 BPM]

Fast, heavy and dramatic action music with a blend of orchestra and electronics. Great to use during a fight or chase scene. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 141 BPM]

Contemporary and energetic indie rock with no vocals, so would work well underneath dialogue, particularly in sports. [Tempo: Medium / 135 BPM]

Dramatic trailer music that mixes electronic instruments and strings. It is split into two sections: tension/build up and then a full onslaught. This makes it work well in trailers that have exposition in the first half, then fast cuts and action in the second. [Tempo: Slow, Fast / 145 BPM]

A mixture of emotions can be felt during this track; wonderment, hope, enchantment, fantasy and reflection. The natural space created by the music make it accommodating to a variety of scenes such as big landscape shots, montages and scenes with dialogue. Instruments include piano, strings, horns and synths. [Tempo: Slow / 80 BPM]

A Meditative piece that works on a number of levels. It can underscore a wide range of emotions ranging from contemplative, sorrow, regret, content and even romance. [Tempo: Slow / 85 BPM]

A sweet, simple and ambient melody played on piano that has a Thomas Newman / Brian Eno / Erik Satie feeling about it. Good to use in moments of reflection to heighten the emotion. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 67 BPM]

Short but poignant piece with an ambient piano backed up by strings and synths, creating a sense of regret and sorrow. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow]

A serious and edgy track that builds in tension. Instruments include electric & acoustic guitars, strings, harp and percussion. Great for full length trailers. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 111 BPM]

Fast and urgent orchestral action music, coloured with electronic drums. Great for actions and thrillers. A sense of pressure is very prominent, with pounding brass, stabbing strings and thunderous percussion. [Tempo: Fast / 160 BPM]

Inspired by the Salburun Eagle Hunting Festival of Kyrgyzstan, this track has a spirited and resolute feel to it which builds up to a much more fluid and lyrical passage featuring orchestral strings and horns. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 90 BPM]

A tense and threatening track that's great to use in a teaser trailer. With big percussion, synths, acoustic guitars, underlined by penetrating strings and brass. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 114 BPM]

A solemn and mournful melody sung by a boys choir, underscoring the death of a man's brother. An Irish flute replaces the boys choir in the alternative version. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 48 BPM]

An ominous, murky and slightly intimidating theme, played on the marimba giving it an almost tribal sound, along with various other percussive instruments to add a little more urgency. [Tempo: Medium / 130 BPM]

Eerie vocals, in the vein of Danny Elfman. The slow pace, child-like rhythm and spooky vocals give the track give it a darker edge. Other instruments include the celeste, harp and synths. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 83 BPM]

A Chinese/ Japanese style piece of music, used to represent a Kung Fu Master while he is teaching one of his students how to fight. Opening with big taiko drums, followed by the Chinese stringed instrument called the Erhu, then by a male choir chanting like a monks, who build the track up to its climax. [Tempo: Medium / 82 BPM]

A driving, upbeat and uplifting ambient electronic track lead by some strong, determined and emotional female vocals. The singing is a non-specific language. [Tempo: Medium / 110 BPM]

Tense strings, guitars and synths work together to create an unsettled tone that works well with exterior night shots or underlining tension between characters. [Tempo: Medium / 63 BPM]

An uplifting, catchy tune which would suit a whole range of media from product advertisement, corporate videos to romantic comedies! Instruments include acoustic guitars, mandolin, vibraphone, drums, piano and an upright bass. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 80 BPM]

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A slow, sombre but emotive waltz with a contemporary feel. The lyrical melody played on guitar adds an emotional layer which makes it ideal for use in productions with a reflective quality, a passing of time or even montage sequences. [Tempo: Slow / 72 BPM]

Reconciliation, forgiveness and hope. All these emotions are present during this two minute track. Originally used during a scene in which a father visits the grave of his wife and son in a bid for atonement, the tracks hopefulness also lends well to scenes in which involve someone confessing, apologising or performing an act of kindness . With piano, electric guitars, and strings. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 60 BPM]

A solo female voice hums a love theme in a slow, solemn manner. The style of singing generates a heart-breaking ambience that also still has an air of romanticism about it. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow]

This track has a very middle eastern feel and features a wide range of instruments and voices. The orchestral strings add a grand scale to the music while percussion and brass help to thicken the texture as the music develops. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 90 BPM]

Male vocals chant a solemn and slow melody that has an air of austerity about it. Other instruments include acoustic guitars, piano, solo cello and violin. Good for trailers and montages that have a sombre quality. [Tempo: Medium / 80 BPM]

Featuring an uplifting solo female voice amidst some exotic instrumentation and lush strings, the mood of this track is of adventure, optimism and unity. Ideal for projects that are about being on a physical or psychological journey of significance and discovery. [Tempo: Medium / 162 BPM]

A light, positive and pleasant piece. It's got an upbeat and fun rhythm provided by staccato strings, triplet woodwinds and a bouncing snare drum. The feeling remains consistent, so good to use underneath dialogue. Light and happy. [Tempo: Medium / 122 BPM]

A great track for a trailer that builds and builds with a harp, ostinato strings, a chanting male choir and percussion. It's slow marching pace adds to the tension and anticipation set by the start, which then gives way to a big, bold climax headed by horns. [Tempo: Medium / 82 BPM]

A moving and sincere love theme with Celtic undertones. Beginning slowly with a harp and Irish flute, then moving into a faster, more playful version of the theme on piano [Tempo: Medium / 90 BPM]

A simple and very moving peace played by piano with very light synth backing to add a little bit of ambience. The track keeps at a steady pace and mood so makes it easy to slot into any scene that has a sad or reflective mood, with or without dialogue. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow]

A synth dominated track that tugs at the heart strings. Its floating pads and soft choir like tones give it a sense of grandness. The slow, unobtrusive pace makes it work well underneath dialogue. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow]

With the melody of this track being whistled, it's hard to forget it. This short track offers a burst of excitement, a wink of sarcasm and an ounce of curiosity. Along with the electric guitars, drums and bass, there is also a clarinet and a couple of percussive instruments to compliment the tracks unique sound. [Tempo: Fast, Very fast / 200 BPM]

Combining stylistic elements of traditional Indian music and western film music, this colourful and textured track gradually builds up to an emotional yet resolute and satisfying climax. [Tempo: Medium / 105 BPM]

A fun but slightly unusual and very tongue-in-cheek romantic theme between a beautiful girl and a boy, who isn't exactly in her league. There are hints of sadness towards the end, as they aren't supposed to be together. An arpeggiating harp dances over the top of some energetically strummed acoustic guitars and sustained violins, followed by a bass guitar, strings, glockenspiel, tambourine and flute. [Tempo: Medium / 78 BPM]

A textured piece of music which is given emotional focus with a solo cello at its heart. There is a feeling of being on a journey with this track with its variety of sections that never make it feel repetitive but always moving forward. The world fusion feel makes it suitable for a variety of projects from documentaries to fantasy films. [Tempo: Medium / 100 BPM]

A powerful and emotive alto voice drives this dramatic yet ethereal track, supported by epic synths, deep drums and low piano bass notes. Perfect for timelapse films, scenes of nature, space, travel and the outdoors. The singing is a non-specific language. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 120 BPM]

Inspired by the Bhutan monk monastery, Tiger's Nest, this track features a diverse assortment of acoustic instruments from various flutes, bells, gongs and harps, as well as lush orchestral strings and huge synth sounds. The mixture of moods range from quiet and intimate, to grand and majestic. [Tempo: Slow, Medium]