Up tempo Indie Rock track. Features a repeated rock guitar riff and an echoing bottleneck guitar melody over pounding bass and drums. Positive, with a good, strong forward drive.
Melodic and fresh soft pop, rock, great for use with daytime TV or any Teenage, young adult programme, series, game or media message, sitcom, etc, Also nice as an "achievement" fanfare in, say a game or quiz, This track is only 13 seconds long.
As the title suggests, this is a busy and cool funkster with a very cool bass lick and riffing funk guitar chops, in a style similar to James Brown or Defunkt. Makes you want to get up and dance. Features a lively brass section too.
Mandolin, fiddle and bodhran play this set of Irish reels. Light instrumentation compared to most reels, this is a very old tune - collected first by Michael Coleman in "Past Masters of Irish Fiddle Music" in 1923. Live recording.
Positive yet with substance, this pop/rock track has a big and appealing sound with a driving feel and a sense of momentum.
A fun and charming version of the childrens favorite. Available in a version with vocals (group of children singing) as well as an instrumental version with lead instrument, and an underscore version (no lead instrument - good for sing-along).
A happy and bright feelgood track with a fun, minimalistic sound. Ukulele, whistling, bell and light percussion. Care free, joyful and uncomplicated. Uplifting and refreshing, a little bit playful / whimsical.
Cheerful, innocent and happy the Carnavalito depicts the music and dances of the South Americans Indians before the Spanish arrived. It is still played in Northern Argentina and western Bolivia. Authentic & live performed.
A moderately excited electro-groove track with a sense of technology, information technology, data flow, important messages being transmitted across the world. A slight sense of urgency, like the people of the world communicating.
A nice and bright, easy flowing and easy going pop groove, based on a strutting and cheeky, staccato acoustic guitar riff. There are two versions of this track -- the main version is rather "cut-down" and raw, which nicely exposes the main guitar riff.