Similar music to Fuzzball Parade by Kevin MacLeod
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This is another piece where the Feel descriptors don't work all that well. This is a sort of urban chill mix.
With elements of a quick Russian polka playing in the immigrant section of industrial-era New York City, this piece is mainly in a minor key, but at the halfway point changes to a major key, reversing the feel and tone for a few seconds, before reverting to the darkness of the minor key.
A super-peppy mindless strumming feel-good sort of piece.
This is destined to be a podcast theme. If you're starting a podcast, get this now before someone else does. You know it's perfect. Plus is is easy to type the title in your credits. I'm looking out for you, podcaster! All hail the Podfather, Adam Curry. Yes, that Adam Curry. Yes, he really did invent podcasts.
Some exotic funky rock! This band is having the time of their life.
Super comedy action sequence. You'll know if you need this. This piece is available in a full uncompressed version here. The download contains each section individually as well.
Dark electronic music, with much harmony and coolness.
Very upbeat and peppy piece with an usual bridge, all driven by an acoustic guitar.
Dear music directors and music supervisors, You're welcome. How was this track never produced by anyone before? It is here now and available to license at a very reasonable fee. Cinematic piece with some pizzicato strings and a drum kit. No big changes. Perfect as background music!
Super nice progressive rock/blues piece with 3 sections. Imagine this in your intro (?)
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Comedic and playful, this rag-time ditty has a strong melody, and is heavy in the bass chords. The second minute features flighty finger-work, as if an energetic bee is flying up and down the scales. The last thirty seconds is a refrain of the introduction, and the piece ends with an invigorating flourish.
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.