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Bouncy polka! Is it culturally disrespectful to mark this piece as comedy?
Peppy. This piece will make your foot dance whether you'd like it or not. Fits comedy content.
High-energy polka with screaming trumpets and a clarinet "voice". Modulation at the end. Unusual turnarounds.
Deeply satisfying synths play in a slightly dystopian domain. So if you have a film where a future vampire who owns a travelling carnival comes back in time to today with a crazy assemblage of experiences for today's currently not-yet-jaded audiences... that is your piece! Also useful for cat parkour.
Welcome to Historic Williamsburg! Nestled between "That's-OK Greenpoint" and "Still-Kinda-Frightening-In-Many-Areas Bushwick", Historic Williamsburg offers you a link to the past that you'll love! Trucker hats, coffee shops, mustache wax, artisanal mac+cheese, used book stores - come experience part of America's Past! And when you're done; "Get the 'L out of Williamsburg!" [ *L may not be running. ] You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
Good good, goodness so good! Deeply satisfying analog synths alongside a jaunty beat. Nuff said.
I have no idea how to describe this.
Starts out traditional, moves to all-electronic, then a combination of the two.
Electronica (techno-pop dance). Much like its predecessor, but with a brand new, less pop main synth line.
A driving funk piece that is sometimes distorted because it plays with clashing grooves. EP prominent throughout the entire piece. Kit mainly in the background. Horn section accompanies EP in several places, however is not used equally throughout.
This... uhh... hmm... let's call it 'experimental' piece starts out with vanilla guitar and rock drums, and gets progressively crazier as the 8-bit synths take over the piece. Maximum anarchy starts around the 3-minute point.
Umm... this is really hard to describe. Take a listen, you might need it. Easy chill disco. It has an "eye of the tiger"-ish synth line and a super cool vibe part. Drum kit is distressed in parts.
Your girlfriend has be kidnapped by ninja! Stage 1: Desert. Avoid the flaming balls and shoot cyborg ninja in the eye to win round. Retro-gaming circa 1988. I was seriously considering naming this piece "Flaming Balls" as that would also have been appropriate. Cyborg ninjas are just a little more '1988' to me. Need 10 hours of this? Loop it! You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
Okay, not quite a synth, not quite and organ - that thing is a mellotron. And it is cool. Interesting baroque changes in the B section. General Space-age cocktail party awesomeness for the entire piece.