BPM 175: This Latin / Brazilian track is bursting with energy and flavours of South American Bossa Nova. The style is reminiscent of that of the 50's and 60's Latin invasion. Using traditional percussion, guitars, piano and flute the track has that unmistakably cool Latin vibe.
Elegant, classy, and delicate. This hip groove belongs in a cool city piano bar where the bartender knows your name. A fun piece that is sure to set the listener at ease.
BPM 235: An up-tempo jazz tune with sax and electric guitar. A catchy melody on a groovy double bass with some French style jazzy improvisation. Punchy, cool and swinging!
BPM 150: A jazzy drum & bass track with an urban feel. Light, fast and modern. Imagine yourself in the middle of a sprawling, exotic and mysterious metropolis. Great for a late at night city feel. Piano, drum, bass and synth are all featured in the arrangement.
A jazzy and smooth waltz track featuring sax, drums, piano, bass and trombone. This is a great, authentic jazz track performed by a tight ensemble. Perfect if you're looking for some legitimate jazz sound.
BPM 210: A super happy swing song with a catchy melody. Featuring : acoustic guitar, brass, joyful drums and an electric guitar solo with a bluesy and jazzy feeling
BPM 190: Easy, fun, jazz with electronic and beatbox basses. Rhodes & jazz guitars bring to mind melodies from the 70s. Lively, happy and urban. This modern groove feels complex and strange.
BPM 150: Drums, upright bass, muted electric guitar, marimba, percussion and strings fill out the arrangement. A great piece for underscoring a heist. Cool, groovy and funky.
BPM 60: A cool & relaxed smooth jazz track that starts off slow then goes into double time halfway through the song. Features a trio of brushes, piano and fretless bass that starts walking with a cool riff. Jazz guitar lead comes in for the last chorus. Easy and Breezy.
BPM 84: Chill, smooth and unobtrusive lounge music. Deep, rich and trendy. This sophisticated piece is in step with today's mainstream music of the same genre.
BPM 140: An energetic action driven theme. Intense, playful and dynamic. A fast double bass dances with filtered drums and tribal percussion.
BPM 120: A fast-paced vintage cabaret track with a modern twist. A nice piano riff, clarinets and horns make a nice blend to go with a modern house beat. Vivacious, cheerful and festive. Perfect for cabaret, circus, burlesque, acrobats, amusement park, varieties and comedies.
BPM 100: A jazzy urban song with a modern groove. The piece features a fierce tenor sax, drums and slap bass. Elegant, strong and stylish.
BPM 110: Trendy and jazzy R&B track with piano and brass riffs, paired with a modern house beat. Energetic, soulful and pulsing. Gives a feeling that nothing will stop, a feeling of rushing, of working against the clock. Also gives a cool and trendy vibe.
BPM 150: This track features a loungy, 60s/70s vibe with a modern texture. Instruments include: vintage plucked bass, drums, organ, vibes and guitar. Well suited for underscoring heists scenes or getaways.
BPM 190: This is a quick-tempo Be-Bop jazz number complete with jazz drums, walking bass, piano and organ. A clarinet solo takes over the 2nd verse, with a trumpet solo in the 3rd verse. Cool, peppy and happy!
BPM 180: A smooth melodic jazz piece. It takes you somewhere in Paris. Electric guitar, keyboard, vibraphone and soft drums are featured. Elegant, optimistic and romantic.
BPM 132: This track mixes fresh jazz sounds with vintage sounding instrumentation. Features organ, bass, drums, vibes, keys, congas and bongos. The arrangement yields an interesting result that is sure to hook the attention of listeners.
BPM 149: An easy jazz track featuring acoustic bass, electric guitar, drums. The soft melody bounces around in the guitar part and the listener is put to ease listening to the tight arrangement. Classy, soft and relaxed.
BPM 196: A happy and upbeat jazz groove. This track begins with a simple piano intro with some brush drums, but then brings in a driving bass line and accented trombone embellishments. The piece finally opens up into a traditional jazz ensemble arrangement.