Royalty Free Funk / Disco Music
Create a throwback vibe with these retro inspired party tracks! The glitz and upbeat grooves of 1970’s funk and disco create a perfect background for game show, casino or Vegas themed projects.
BPM 117: A very useful blues influenced funk track with soul, excitement, and a cool attitude. Instrumentation includes drums, electric guitars, horns, and rock organ with modern beats. Perfect for comedy and feel-good fun.
BPM 115: A groovy track with a hip-hop/break beat feel. Funky gritty guitars and human beatbox are coupled with pulsating bass. This track is perfect for action scenes, trailers and bad boy movie sequences. The retro feel and saturated sounds of this piece make it engaging, strong and cool.
BPM 112: An upbeat electro-funk piece perfect to get everyone in a good mood. Anything that needs some party spirit can benefit from the feelings created by this piece.
BPM 120: Sunshine meets club beats in this sexy and groovy track. Summer vibes are mixed with feelings of youth and positivity. Great for trendy advertisements or lifestyle programming.
BPM 117: A groovy, funky and energetic track. Drums, synth licks and bass fill out the arrangement. Great rhythm, perfect for action or funky bad-boy scenes, casinos, gambling, etc.
BPM 120: This hip electronic track is performed in a catchy, jazzy style. The funky bass is coupled with a groovy "wah" guitar. Modern, upbeat and driving.
BPM 120: 1970's inspired funk track. Simple drums and bass groove with light guitars and percussion give this song a really addictive summer sound.
BPM 100: Rhythmic and groovy track with crispy guitar hooks and a dark, vintage, mysterious sound. With vinyl scratches, pushing drums, hammond organ in background, and guitar reminiscent of Ennio Morricone's early productions. Well suited for crime, spy and cops stories, action or tension scenes. Also good for film trailers. The structure and dynamics are at a constant, mid-tempo pace to be easily synched to scenes that don't allow many breakups. Dark, Somber, and Mischievous.
BPM 120: An upbeat, good mood kind of track. Dancing and punchy effects and some funny surprises keep the listener engaged. This piece is a mix of classic funky elements, modern beats and electro FX. The whole piece is a loop, this is why it ends suddenly.
BPM 125: An electro/dance/house track with a fast and bright sound. This track would be well suited for a high energy video or radio spot. Dynamic, electronic and moving.
BPM 118: A basic rock/funk groove with two guitars, bass and drums. A straight ahead classic sound that is fun, lively and smooth.
BPM 80: A soft, gentle, track with a relaxing ambiance. Wha wha guitar and horns are laid over a drum and bass groove. Cool, sensual music well suited as background music for a variety of projects.
BPM 127: A progressive, electro house track that is energetic and lively. This trendy piece features synthesizers and solid electronic drums. Great for dance floors, parties, fashion and more.
BPM 102: A fun and cool hip-hop beat with a huge, epic orchestra and human beatboxing. Young, energetic and tons of attitude. Instrumentation also includes electric guitars, catchy synthesizers, deep bass, groovy drums and a cowbell. Upbeat sections, chill breakdowns and a climactic ending will add power and dynamics to your project.
BPM 132: Energetic and uplifting funky four-to-the-floor track with various layers of clean electric guitars. Great for almost every purpose, fashion video, film, trailer, crowd funding campaigns etc.
BPM 120: A groovy, trendy and elegant piece. A blend of filtered percussion and synths with a party atmosphere. Well suited for underscoring a variety of projects.
BPM 93: A groovy, happy beat that is filled with confidence. Cheerful, sparkling and smiling. This versatile track is well suited to underscore a variety of projects.
BPM 80: A modern funk track featuring very cool beats, electric piano and wah guitar. Analogue synth sounds give the track its retro feel. A great piece for conveying a sense of "coolness" that doesn't try to hard. Vocal textures really are the icing to the cake in this track.