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You ever get the feeling to just hang out on a skating pond with a beagle? Make sure you hit play on this track!
Do you eat dinner with no amuse bouche? Then you are not classy enough for this high energy background masterpiece. It exceeds all classiness classifications. It can seem cheery, but that's really just more classiness. The slightly lazy bass player? Classy.
Cool jazz. I'm going to warn you now, that organ line gets stuck in your head really easily... like an icepick in a Marxist revolutionary. Too soon?
Oh hello. I didn't see you there. Welcome to my pad. My favorite parts are the view of the beach, and this very groovy orange shag-carpeting on the walls. I still haven't been able to teach my Roombas to get up by the ceiling, though.
This is cool. You can walk into a dinner party, grab a glass of prosecco, kiss the host, then casually defuse a large bomb one second before the timer runs out. That level of cool. Maybe you're not that cool, but if you adopt this as your personal theme tune, people will THINK you're that cool.
Technically speaking, I think this one is in 6/8 time... in which case, the tempo it 75. If it was notated in 3/4 time, the tempo would be 225 bpm. Light, positive and easy to listen to!
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.
Sort of a cooler, driving piece. Lots of space in this piece to make it your own. I don't mean "make it your own" in that sort of way you do where you mark all the pancakes on your plate with your signature so you can tell if someone switched out your pancakes while you weren't looking. Honestly that's pretty weird.Who could possibly want to switch out your pancakes? I mean - who thinks like that? Sure, everyone NOW wants to screw with your pancakes, but before you started all of this - it wouldn't have crossed one person's mind! NOT ONE!
How bustling do Gnomish villages get? I imagine not more bustling than this. If I were a gnome.... out there bustling my butt every day, this would be my soundtrack.
Technically speaking, I think this one is in 6/8 time... in which case, the tempo it 75. If it was notated in 3/4 time, the tempo would be 225 bpm. This piece took almost exactly one year to go from initial idea to produced piece. What was I doing for a whole year!? I mean... it doesn't exactly sound that difficult.
When will it end!!?? When will it all end!!?? Honestly... probably never. This piece just keeps modulating. Up a half step every time. Didn't go long enough? Just loop it! It is your own sanity you're toying with.
This has a couple funny-sounding synths and plenty of whitespace. As a note to YouTube "producers"; 10 hours of this piece would be pretty mean. 1 hour of this piece isn't much better. For the sake of mankind, please do not make extended mixes of this piece. I can not be held responsible for mental anguish caused by repeated listening.
New age music. You know what is cool about New Age music? Low ambitions. It wants to do a simple thing, and then does it. No crazy counterpoint. No complicated harmonic structures. Just a simple simple thing. Like if Tetris was all those long blocks. Man, that would be great.
We reflect, we dream, we are born. We gather together, we smile, we eat potato salads. We remember, we invent, muddle mint for our mojitos. We greet, we listen, we appreciate NetFlix. We collect coins and stamps... for some reason. We mix up the names of our children with the names of our pets. We x-ray baggage... with X-RAYS! Those things are like 200keV! Each! Do you know what that does to people!? Hint: Not good things.
There are 54 beads on a Buddhist prayer mala. These are used for counting recitations and chants. There are 54 beats per minute in this song. Coincidence? Sure is. What, you're going through an entire mala cycle in a minute? That's crazy talk! Studies have shown the optimal number of mantras in a single set is somewhere between 15 and 20 anyway... so don't waste your money on the 54 or 108 bead versions. You'll be a lot better doing more sets of less reps. And don't forget leg day.