Royalty Free Dance / Electronica Music
Bring the party to your next project with these pulsing electronic tracks. Breakbeat, house, trip hop and trance styles provide uptempo beats for modern lifestyle programming, live events, workout videos and video game soundtracks.
BPM 108: Atmospheric, moving electronica with guitar, effects and a contemporary beat. Reminiscent of recent platformer games, with mysterious worlds to explore and a sense of drifting through space. Unusual, enchanting, mystical.
BPM 120: Sweet, positive and upbeat. This piece features guitar and a flowing dance beat along side strings and delicate piano. A great track for giving a project a light and refreshing ambiance.
BPM 128: Welcome to the digital age! An amalgamation of house, dubstep, indie and pop with a beautiful orchestral breakdown and a driving, uplifting chorus. Massive synths, electronic drums, emotional strings, phat bass and euphoric effects give this track an elevating and powerful presence.
BPM 145: This track boasts a heavy drum kit, frightening leads and wobbles. Ghostly and melodic dubstep at its finest. A great piece for underscoring extreme sports, action and demo reels.
BPM 140: perfectly illustrates what can bring the mixture between Indian traditional sounds and modern electronic music. A kind of Trip-Hop updated from which emerges a feeling of serenity, ideal for moments of relaxation or to evoke images of nature, purity and clarity.
BPM 129: A fresh and exotic groove highlighting upbeat Latin rhythms peppered with Salsa, Merengue and Bachata elements seasoned with a healthy dose of dance, house and coolness.
BPM 140: Epic cutting edge dubstep. Features choirs, hard hitting synths and big rolling drums.
BPM 93: A flowing and smooth hip-hop piece. This track features acoustic elements and DJ like touches and finishes. A reflective yet groovy piece with a ton of style.
BPM 124: A smoky, deep dance/techno track with pumping synths over a four to the floor house beat. This trendy, driving nightclub music is well suited for underscoring urban landscapes and scenes of nightlife culture. Heavy, modern, and edgy.
BPM 107: An emotional and atmospheric modern track with acoustic guitar, female voices, Rhodes and a groovy bass riff. Warm, inspirational and melancholic. Can be used for romantic or intimate purposes.
BPM 126: A summer beach party influenced house track, the soundtrack to a european vacation.
BPM 90: A silky and chill track with keyboards, guitars and a cool beat. Classy, relaxing and very smooth. Highlight the cultural nightlife of a city or hotspot.
BPM 115: A soft ambient track with an acoustic bass, jazzy swing feel, electronic drums, piano and warm pads. An excellent background track. This piece sounds like it belongs in a New York jazz lounge.
BPM 130: A fresh and dynamic trance track. Energetic and groovy. The groovy guitar riff is accompanied by a sustained dance/house beat and a driving electro/synth bass pattern. Fun, rowdy and ready to party!
BPM 127: An energetic house track with piano and synthesizers. This song features mainstream style production with thumping bass and kick drum. Well suited for a wide variety of projects and needs.
BPM 130: High energy dancefloor club track with the classical 4 to the floor attitude, sweeping synths and a powerful bassline
BPM 110: A dance song with a disco and lounge flavor. This song features acoustic and electric guitar, electric piano, vibraphone, bass, strings, and french horns all over a modern groove. Contemporary, intellectual, and relaxed.
BPM 70: A strong, seductive, elegant, flashy and trendy piece. Trip-hop grooves and solid guitar riffs flow under a delicate piano melody. Dynamic, serious and engaging.
BPM 129: Electro dubstep hybrid track featuring melancholic piano passages, pumping Top 40 dance music segments and glitchy dubstep sequences. Energetic, sentimental, youthful, current and contemporary in nature.
BPM 122: A powerful, dramatic piece fusing orchestral and electronic styles to create a modern soundtrack feel. Climactic, inspiring, exciting. This track would also work well as music for end credits of a film.