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Genre: Other / Unclassifiable

Found 73 tracks

A sense of inspiration mixed with slight touch of electronic music. Great for underscore. [Tempo: Fast / 125 BPM]

A slow, almost hypnotic 12-string guitar arpeggio brings in forest flutes, bass guitar and ethereal pads in a mysterious and beautiful fantasy, Celtic inspired piece, later joined by drums and guitar solos. Mood music inspired by nature & fantasy, featuring acoustic guitars with a full surround orchestration. Melodic instrumental acoustic-rock track influenced by the likes of Mike Oldfield, Steve Hackett, etc. [Tempo: Slow / 58 BPM]

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A strange and unsettling sound design film track underscore. The whole track has a "reversed" sense, like going backwards, reversing, going back in time, undoing what's done. [Tempo: Slow / 94 BPM]

Drums only, marching snares / military snares / [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 100 BPM]

Uptempo, urgent, pop-jazz crossover. Energetic synth-bass, piano interludes and upbeat electronica drums. Energetic busy action, great for things like game shows, makeover programs, scenes of busy activity, working within a time limit, and more. [Tempo: Very fast / 158 BPM]

Intensely dramatic track mixing staccato orchestral stabs, full of tension and anticipation.. and smooth spacious piano sections. Could be a soundtrack for a space shuttle's take off or for any high drama sports/action/news event. [Tempo: Slow, Very fast]

A fun Mozart remix that's made to sound like a retro computer game. Has a strong feeling of classic video game music from the 80's or early 90's. Fun, playful, whimsical, cheeky. [Tempo: Fast, Very fast / 125 BPM]

Experimental electronica using all new sounds. Eerie underscore. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 128 BPM]

A very strange, odd, weirdly mechanical sounding piano and percussion tune, like mechanical toys or strange machines. Suitable for strange sci-fi material, film noir or dark future visions. It has a certain retro quirky horror feel, like "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events", "Dark City" or Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride". The alternative version that we have titled 'Lost 40's recording' (see below) has deliberately been made to sound like a very old lo-fi recording. [Tempo: Slow / 60 BPM]

A strange and odd mix between hard, howling electric guitars and a staccato waltz rhythm. The main theme is played with delicate piano, and then again with rock style electric guitar, in a sort of culture-clash. Unique, different and good for things like stage shows, circus acts, any weird/different media, experimental art, film noir and more. [Tempo: Medium / 61 BPM]

Solo on the trumpet offering a melancholic, farewell mood. Medium energy level. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 100 BPM]

Slow electronica track, with a simple bass line providing the spine for swirling strings and a slow urban style groove. A sense of technology, future, strength. City, transport, traffic, etc. [Tempo: Medium / 75 BPM]

A strange track using elements of chillout, floaty ambient pads and digital tones, like molecules, DNA, nano technology or moving organic matter. Very suitable for science, technology, space or hi-tech corporate use. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 75 BPM]

A fun, unique blend of southern folk and soul with a funky hip hop breakbeat. Imagine Fatboy Slim remixing an old soul song. Starts with piano and acoustic guitar before the beat kicks in, adding horns, banjo, drums and bass. A feel good, positive groove that will appeal to a wide audience. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 92 BPM]

This track is difficult to pin down, it can work for many different things, but is very hard to categorize. We feel it gives us a feeling of travelling to exotic and exciting places. It definitely carries a sense of movement, of beauty and of something new, fresh, exotic and exciting. [Tempo: Medium / 116 BPM]

Male voices chanting in a reverberant space, with strange piano and odd sounds creating a background ambience. Religious chanting, prayers, meditation, vocalizing monks in a temple, monastery or place of worship. Great for fantasy, adventure, history, cultural, religion, etc. [Tempo: Slow / 51 BPM]

Imaginative, pulsing and repeating atmospheric mood with string and kalimba. Bright / Creative / Light / Unique. Neo-classical influence. [Tempo: Medium / 126 BPM]

Neo-classical / experimental piano play. Scattered, whimsical, quirky and Avant-Garde. Art / documentary / expression. [Tempo: Medium, Fast]

A great track to use as background in the presentation of cutting-edge technology products, or new scientific research. [Tempo: Medium / 120 BPM]

A cool hybrid drum percussion jam session that's unique, fun, worldy, hip, and cool all wrapped into one. Great for commercials. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 200 BPM]

1960's or 1970's style psychedelic hippie rock in the style of The Doors, etc. Featuring distorted guitars and hammond organ. [Tempo: Fast / 120 BPM]

A funky “urban street” groove with claps, cowbell, shakers, djembe, congas, tambourine, cymbals, stomps and more….It’s all here creating one gigantic drumming party. Funk, Rock, African, and Latin flavors, are all intertwined into a rhythmic drum session party. This is a great track to put a different spin on TV commercials, advertising, sports content, football content, etc. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 128 BPM]

A somewhat bizarre, and slightly creepy, 1980's themed instrumental production with big synths and drums. Big and spacious - like travelling back in time. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 74 BPM]

An inviting forest beckons, and majestic mountain views await. Using traditional acoustic instruments re-combined in a new setting, this track is a different and unique sound that could illustrate a fantasy world or a strange, exotic place. Acoustic guitar, bouzouki, Rhodes piano and bass. [Tempo: Slow / 84 BPM]

This track is very hard to pin down to a certain muscal genre; it features both electronic, pop and classical elements. The rhythmic pulse gives it a sense of expectation and nerve. The intensity picks up throughout, as if something is nearing, approaching, just around the corner. A great track for unveiling something amazing. [Tempo: Medium / 104 BPM]

A mysterious bed of backwards sounding pads creates an otherwordly texture, over a subtle, mechanical sounding beat. Mysterious, quirky, eerie, unique, different. [Tempo: Medium / 90 BPM]

Crazy, fevered, modern jazz-tinged groovy track with frenetic piano and xylophone lines and machine-gun drum accents. Full of drama and tension. Slightly reminiscent of Zappa if he was writing music for a bank heist. [Tempo: Medium / 100 BPM]

Electronic Progressive Cyber-Rock! Odd time signatures including 7/8ths, 6/8ths, alternating 3*7/8 and 1*4/4, etc. Epic, pompous melodic rock hooks mixed with ambient electronic pulses. Over 10 minutes and full of twists and turns. [Tempo: Medium / 112 BPM]

An uplifting an inspiring piece with a delicate piano introduction which kicks in to a driving pop/rock montage. Perfect for underscoring personal stories of sports figures. [Tempo: Medium / 97 BPM]

A very strange, odd, quirky and unique track with jazz riffs echoeing in large spaces. Trippy, psychedelic, unique, dizzy. [Tempo: Medium / 150 BPM]

A grooving jazz piece with a playful electronic twist. The overall sound is reminiscent of classic 1940s swing. [Tempo: Fast / 120 BPM]

Uplifting, happy, motivational brass band arrangement, with a strong melody and up-tempo drum beat. It has a New Orleans feel to it, with a slow build up and its improvisational-like final section. Great for productions that require a light, touching, warm feel. [Tempo: Medium / 152 BPM]

Melodic electro-rock track with elements of Science Fiction soundtrack work, progressive rock and ambient electronica. Guitar leads, epic pads, analogue synth sequences. Among many other features are a long, floating and building intro, and an guitar solo reminescent of Alan Holdsworth or Alex Lifeson (Rush) midway through. A unique track, hard to describe, but perhaps as a more rock-influenced Tangerine Dream or a more powerful Vangelis? We recommend you listen to the entire full length preview. [Tempo: Medium / 110 BPM]

A light quirky keyboard riff is joined by solid beats and electronica sound effects to provide this sound designed piece, great for contemporary advertisements and media productions. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 96 BPM]

Sci-Fi effects with dark, rich undertones , deep bass frequency evolving in infinite sound textures soundscapes. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow]

Strange, quirky and otherworldly ambient soundscapes with digital, glitchy percussion. A strange mix of old/historical and futuristic/sci-fi. Eerie and immersive. [Tempo: Slow]

Very sci-fi oriented electro-rock piece that we had trouble finding the right category for. We would probably call it "Electronic Space-Rock", featuring sputtering, arpeggiating analogue synthesizers, space echoes, weird spacey sounds, thumping bass lines and an occasional, rock induced, driving guitar riff. Plenty of spacey effects throughout and at times very melodic. [Tempo: Medium / 94 BPM]

A funky groove played by marching band instrumentation. Heavy percussion with horns great for sports, cheerleaders and motivational events. [Tempo: Medium / 102 BPM]

Ambient, experimental music created with Fractal patterns. Tibetan bells, soft synth pads, and various nature sounds / soundscapes. This is a long playing track; the full length version plays for 17 mins 50 secs continuous. Suitable for hypnosis and ambient music, installations, underwater, sci-fi. Trance inducing. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow]

An airy, breeze-like sequence of echoey bell-tones. Various bell patterns cascade, creating a heightened atmosphere of excitement and mystery. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 120 BPM]

Classic TV sport/football, similar to the famous 'Match of the Day' soccer theme from UK television. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 115 BPM]

Spooky but charming, this is a fun and a little bit scary, Halloween-style track combining rock and orchestral sounds. About half way through there is a nice "breakdown" section that cuts down to a few sparse sounds with spooky clarinet. [Tempo: Medium / 120 BPM]

Drum and Percussion clap and stomp track with exciting percussion perfect for positive, corporate, motivational, games, dynamic video projects, websites, background music, presentations, commercials, soundtracks, motion graphics, podcasts and more and other media projects like, TV shows, background projects, videos. [Tempo: Medium / 120 BPM]

A strange and quirky track with ambient, ethereal pads over a clicky, mechanical, busy, but also understated and restrained rhythmic pulse. Great for use in media; a sense of movement, scurrying, stirring, activity. Slightly surreal and dreamy. [Note: There is some 'glitchy clicking' in the soundtrack; this is not an error with the file, but a part of the rhythm track.] [Tempo: Medium / 110 BPM]

Ska is a form of Jamaican music which began in the early 1960s. Combining elements of traditional mento and calypso with an American jazz and rhythm and blues sound, it was a precursor in Jamaica to rocksteady and later reggae. It is the predominant form of music listened to by Rudeboys, Mods, and Skinheads, amongst others, with artists such as Symarip, Laurel Aitken, The Charmers and The Pioneers aiming songs at these groups as far back as the 1960s. (Wikipedia) [Tempo: Fast / 130 BPM]

A sci-fi oriented track that we had trouble finding the right category for, featuring sputtering, arpeggiating analogue synthesizers, space echoes, weird spacey sounds. Desolate. Isolation, paranoia, horror, space, scifi. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow]

Soft, melodic, acoustic instrumental fantasy-rock? It's a bit hard to describe this track. It starts softly with piano, strings and acoustic guitars, and later builds to a big sound with soaring guitars and emotional melodies. Slightly retro, inspired by progressive rock groups like Genesis, Yes, Saga, Rush, Barclay James Harvest, etc. [Tempo: Medium / 115 BPM]

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