1930's style acoustic jazz. This is an irresistable piece of pretty accurate periodic jazz, popular in the 1930's. Very useful for historical, documentary, or just any cooky, original, feelgood material, fashion etc
A laid-back, finger snappin funky brass and breaks track very reminiscent of the music from the movie Snatch. Upbeat and funky, opening section w brass and guitar licks then an uplifting and confined, James Brown style break section.
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.
Steady and funky dance beats with varied and melodic synth parts, Groovy and positive, with an uplifting and sprightly feel.
A set of old double traditional Irish double jigs performed mainly by box, guitar and bodhran, with fiddle playing less of a role. Cliffs of Moher begins at 01:05 as the guitar enters.
A light, fun and subtly cheerful track with a sense of joy and expectation. A little bit quirky, calm and slightly excited at the same time. Unique and charming.
A unique and funky mix of Dance / Techno and Brazilian rhythms / Reggaeton. Very up-front and brash, with a 'loud and proud' lead synth pattern. Street Funk / Party Night / Underground Club music with a deep house / hands up in the air, rave party feel.