Similar music to Basic Implosion by Kevin MacLeod
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Clean audio mix with an interesting electronic drum kit and odd chord progressions. Nice grooving bass line.
Loud manic sing-along-but-don't-take-a-breath version recorded for a stage production.
Some exotic funky rock! This band is having the time of their life.
Isn't it amazing how compelling an old synthesizer can be when it is being run by an arpeggiator? There are so many subtle patterns that present. Before arpeggiators, we had to find patterns in our music by using corkboards, newspaper clippings, pushpins, coloured yarn, and 8x10 black and white glossy photos. The percussion does change during this piece, but it won't get in the way of your energetic interview.
This one was designed to be played at low volumes under people doing things like talking or fixing broken PS4s. Spicy, spicy broken PS4s. Mmmm.... Latin music can be really effective when used in visual content. This piece is just plain latin! No big changes throughout the song.
Very upbeat and peppy piece with an usual bridge, all driven by an acoustic guitar.
Hey buddy, that is quite the sack of onions you have! If I had a sack of onions like that, I'd be happier than a tree on Arbor Day! Everyone wants to get their hand in an onion sack like that. Me? I like a nice purple onion, but you don't get to pick favorites when you got your hand in an onion sack. A big yellow one can feel like a little purple one. You won't know 'til you pull it out, and by then you already got yourself an onion. I know most folks don't want strangers mucking about in unfamiliar onion sacks these days, so I'll be on my way. But, that is quite the sack of onions you have. To perform the monolog "Onion Capers" at your school or event, speak the words out loud at your school or event.
Super bright super tight electronic mix with a beat turn-around around 2 minutes in, followed by swirling synths.
Upbeat, bright, and super catchy! Just try not to rap to this piece! TRY IT! You can't, can you! I mean... I can, but I've been training to not rap my entire life. It started with me not-rapping in my childhood in the upper midwest. My lack-of-rapping hit a new high while on a high school band trip to Disneyworld, and was again bolstered in a crazy non-rap filled Spring Break in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. There's just something about not-rapping and industrial forestry...
This is the kind of music that makes skeletons dance. With its pounding brass, singsong flute melody, and off-kilter syncopation, this piece is whimsical and reminiscent of a carnival. It is quirky, quick, playful, and dangerously creepy, and is perfect for a lively cartoon, circus-themed content, or a magician?s show.