A haunting and ethereal and fresh electronica style blended with a catchy vocal melody. A trendy and different sound. No lyrics, just vocalizations. (Also available without the vocals).
Rhythmic African underscore. Djembes and congas, shakers, subtle marimba and occasional African flutes and chants. Dark, pensive. Voodoo, Tribal.
A wild and earthy percussion section leads this Indian themed track. It has a distinct worldly flavour and evokes images of rural India and its wildlife.
Middle Eastern / Arabic / Oriental track with tabla, tamborines, sitar and plucked strings. Moderately busy, groovy, with a sense of mysticism and playfulness. Good for games, films, media projects with an Arabian or Eastern feel.
Battle drums. Pounding percussion. A combination of orchestral percussion and ethnic / tribal drums. Suitable for battle, fight, chase, brawls and action scenes.
Action, Adventure, Military, Epic, Trailer, Orchestral, Dubstep. The track starts with female solo vocalizations over a dark orchestral atmosphere. Then it develops into a gigantic and massive action packed track, with a breath-taking dubstep breakdown.
All live performed, genuine African drum ensemble (congas & bongos). Recorded live in one take by the Shabani Jabiri Bakari ensemble from Bagamoyo, Tanzania. Lipango is a hunting dance from the Pangwa tribe.
Ominous, larger-than-life, epic orchestral / choir track, Pounding percussion, glorifying choir and a sinister, marching, staccato rhythm. Army building, or impending battle or conflict, Warriors marching.
Arabian, Middle-Eastern or Persian background track with exotic percussion, drones and flutes, with occasional choirs and solo voice. Haunting, mysterious, mystical.
Drone, tribal drum and wood flute in an earthy / earth / tribal track. Ethnic, genuine, organic. Can be Native American, mid east / desert, south american / central america or other indigenous, aboriginal, tribe, primal.
Live, genuine African drum ensemble (congas & bongos). By the Shabani Jabiri Bakari ensemble from Bagamoyo, Tanzania. This composition is inspired by a street in Dar es Salaam called "Mtaa Kongo". A very busy street with a lot of people.