BPM 130: An uplifting and emotional song. Rhythmic riffs played by cello, superimposed bells and a children's choir melody fill out the arrangement. Hopeful, uplifting and light.
BPM 120: Look to the sky! This track features pounding rhythms, energetic piano and acoustic guitars. The string section sends the track soaring up into the atmosphere.
BPM 104: A light and positive track with a simple piano theme and a steady groove. Great for many applications especially those looking for a bright, uplifting sound. Relaxed, enthusiastic and motivated.
BPM 95: A happy, groovy and cheerful hip-hop song. Guitar riffs fills over a strong and funky bass / drum groove with piano, synths and keys accompaniments. Catchy, fun and dynamic.
BPM 100: A positive, emotional, and uplifting track with a little country touch at times. Features a lot of acoustic strings instruments (banjo, mandolin and guitar) that set up the mood. A great piece for corporate presentations or projects with inspiring messages.
BPM 89: This track features chilly ambient music. Floating synths, a soft melody on piano, urban drums loops in the background, warm bass, and guitar fill out the arrangement. Relaxed, laid back, and peaceful.
BPM 135: Happy and bright. A feel good and beautiful piece. Acoustic guitars, soft percussion, strings pizzicato and delicate synth make this track sunny!
BPM 132: A driving, powerful yet thoughtful indie rock tune with a ringing, guitar-based melodic flavor. On target for any project that needs to convey a winning edge. A dynamic arrangement adds layers to the positive vibe.
This track feels as if it's moving through the city as the rain washes away all worries. It begins as a simple rhythm that builds as the music continues. Light, happy and sparkling.
BPM 87: Reach the top, brings determination and courage to reach the ultimate goal. Music for a champion, driving and intense imagery. Drums, bass, electric guitars and a full orchestra fill out the arrangement.
BPM 125: An ultra cool, retro electronic track. This piece features lots of quirky synths riffs and funky bass lines. An extremely funky section occurs at 2:18. Great for anything cool, 'hipster' or fashion related.
BPM 140: An uplifting and powerful piece with Fender Rhodes sequences and rich-sounding guitars. Electronic drums and synth pads give it a modern sound with an emotional feel. Perfect for success, high hopes, accomplishment, victory, motivation, business coaching or emotional themes.
BPM 124: An emotional, atmospheric track with sweeping chorus and lo-fi vocals. The track features synthesizers and pounding percussion. This piece gives off a very indie and retro vibe.
BPM 120: An inspirational, trendy and upbeat piece with electric guitars and male vocals over a solid house beat. Emotional, inspiring and luminous. Gives a feeling that everything is possible and there is nothing we can't do.
BPM 100: Hopeful, positive and inspiring. This modern corporate track features nice piano arpeggios with ringing guitars, a melodic bass line, acoustic guitars and drums to transmit new, confident and optimistic beginnings.
BPM 95: Positive, trendy, and determined. This piece conveys the idea of being focused on a goal. Step by step this song slowly blooms and is a great corporate piece.
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 95: Gentle hip hop flavored song with a very heart warming yet naive melody. Toy piano, glockenspiel, ukulele over an old school rhythm section. Perfect for youth-related projects.
BPM 110: An inspirational acoustic guitar song, with a simple melody that gives way to a deep and warm bass. Perfect background music to add emotion and inspiration to your video and media projects! Tender, sentimental and calming.
BPM 126: A modern folk track with many layers of acoustic guitar, banjo, bass, drums and glockenspiel. Catchy and quirky, this track has a warmth and a genuine feel. This piece was co-written with Richard Walker