Blues rock song with confident upbeat swagger. Featuring Electric Guitars in the style of The Black Keys, The White Stripes.
Soulful, raw and catchy, this bluesy guitar-based track is great for creating feelings of home, rural locales and sentiment. The acoustic guitar is supported melodically by overdriven electric guitar.
Loose and quirky hip, this bluesy electric guitar based track easily conveys flow, drive and keeping it all together. It's funky guitar melody has a touch of jazz and overdrive. Superb for comedy, odd ball dramas, acts of randomness and urban themes.
A soft, smooth and delightful piano jazz waltz performed by a jazz trio of piano, upright bass and jazz drums. Feather light, delicate and romantic.
Moody and atmospheric blues-rock ballad. Electric guitar over piano, acoustic guitars, synth, drums & bass. Underscore version is suitable for background use, or just as it is.
Classic, doom-laden, blues with attitude, Historical sounding, authentic / genuine blues guitar from a bygone era, Think 'O Brother Where Art Thou'; history / retro, perhaps New Orleans / Southern / probibition era.