BPM 120: Minimalist, happy-go-lucky piano and pizzicato string quartet create a cozy, warm and optimistic piece, joined by light guitar arpeggios and other plucked string, glockenspiel, marimba and xylophone accents with a gentle flute underscore. A sense of ticking time; sunlight beautifully refracted through raindrops after the storm; a feeling of cheerful, animated, lively cooperation, of marvelling at everyday little miracles.
BPM 120: An original composition, this track invokes images of the arrival of springtime. Flowers in bloom, birds, animals and insects are all carefully represented here by playful orchestral instruments such as the clarinet, bassoon, harp, xylophone and pizzicato strings. This track would also work excellent with themes of practical jokes, high jinx and spoofs.
BPM 128: A feel good and joyful country-folk track with an emotional side. Bright acoustic guitars, ukulele and piano make a nice blend to give a comforting feeling. Perfect for road music, nature, family, wildlife, children, babies and TV ads.
BPM 155: Innovative and cutting-edge rythmic track with percussive elements such as muted guitars, pizzicato violins, staccato clarinet and miscellaneous percussions. Acoustic guitar picking adds an emotional side to it. Pulsing, sparkling and luminous. Works great in comedy, sharp editing or stop motion.
BPM 100: A dark beat with a swing feel. This creepy piece features piano, bass and nocturnal sound effects. This music really captures the Halloween spirit!
BPM 160: A feel good and happy acoustic piece featuring ukulele, acoustic and slide guitar, bells, bass and percussion. Perfect for setting a care free mood in any TV advertisement or project. Young, optimistic, and lively
BPM 122: A fun and quirky track with ragtime-style piano and a rapid beat. Upbeat, sparkling and smiley with a bit of dark humor. Can also be used for old vintage black-and-white videos or retro-sounding themes.
BPM 123: Feelgood and uplifting with a touch of smile. Glockenspiel, acoustic guitars and piano with a comforting melody. Light-hearted, sparkling and cheerful.
BPM 130: A quirky and groovy track with pizzicato strings, clarinets and electronic drums. Bouncy, funny and energetic. Perfect for comedy or black comedy.
BPM 168: A fun, childlike song featuring flute, bells and handclaps. Naive, fresh and playful. Perfect for advertisement, video games and any kid related concept.
BPM 128: A fun, quirky and easy going track with ukulele, banjo, acoustic guitars, mixed percussion and of course a whistle! Great for lighthearted projects, summer themes, and projects needing a catchy hook. Co-written with Richard Walker
BPM 120: An upbeat, happy and joyful track with a jazz-urban feel. Fun, lively and fast-paced. Think a 1960s or 70s game show all about shopping!
BPM 142: A quirky and playful track with clarinet, pizzicato strings, bassoon and percussion. Upbeat, lively and fun. This piece comes with a touch of dark comedy.
BPM 148: Quirky, surreal, eccentric, mischievous, and spooky. Instruments include pizzicato strings, bells, double bass, slide whistle, xylophone and quirky organ. Ideal for reality TV, games, brain-teasing apps and games, comedic moments, and satirical uses.
BPM 108: A funny and quirky track that has a "cartoonesque" vibe throughout. Truly original. Great for your funny video project but also for games or apps. Has a New Orleans feel. Instruments: Banjo, tuba, vintage synths and surf guitar!
BPM 127: A happy pianist playing a funny tune on his acoustic piano in the early 1900s in a smoky bar. A retro swing atmosphere of the 20s is felt. Uplifting acoustic bass and shuffle brush drums play a groovy rhythm. Some loops are light versions without the lead melody and also versions with solo piano only.
BPM 100: A feel good and happy track with a piano and whistle melody. Sunny, light-hearted and joyful. Perfect for chipper TV ads. Has a light retro feel. Can be used for kid-oriented material.
BPM 120: A kitsch and cheesy tango bossa groove with organ and theremin. Funny, quirky and retro. This stylish track is well suited to underscore a comedy.
BPM 180: This is an old school 8-Bit cheesy tune. Very happy, bouncy, and quirky. This is a great piece for scoring an entire game level or a menu screen.
BPM 120: A melodic, pleasant and colorful track that has that contemporary stylish commercial sound. It starts small, with only piano and plucked ukulele and then builds throughout with added instruments, and more expressive melodies. Innocent, innovative and simple.