Instruments: Guitar, Percussion, Strings
Feel: Grooving, Driving, Action
RUN! It is the Hemiola Monster!!!! We just need to get to the bar! It doesn't seem to want to cross the bar! Oh my GOD! It has friends!! No wait, that's just a standard clave pattern... (no, I'm not explaining this description OR what is wrong with my head.)
Instruments: Synths, Drums
Feel: Grooving, Bright, Relaxed
It came from the 1980s, but was mutated by some trap monster which gave it a new lease on life! I'm not gonna lie, this is an odd hybrid - super useful for your YouTube channels! You can't not like this piece... unless you have no soul.
Instruments: Synths, Percussion
Feel: Bouncy, Humorous
I tried to do an EDM piece using one of my new accordions... turns out, accordion just doesn't have the fast attack needed to do fast electronic things. The melody and chords were written for a diatonic button box, but I was never able to get the live recording to work. No worries! I just turned this monster up to 11. The uncompressed download comes with a faster and slower version. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
Instruments: Synths, Choir
Feel: Bouncy, Bright, Grooving, Uplifting
The piece starts out nice, and then becomes a modulating monster about a minute in. It resolves to the initial key, and continues on. Lots of building! Very round-sounding.
Instruments: Guitar, Kit, Bass, Organ
Feel: Bouncy, Bright, Humorous
"What a fun harmonic rollercoaster on the new tune!" Reminiscent of a carnival, this is an intentionally clashing harmonic piece... yet somehow very fun and quirky.
Feel: Driving, Bright
A remix of one of my own pieces "120 BPM Monster" by special request. This one is longer, and more sharply mixed.
|Attack of the Mole Men
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Attack of the Mole Men Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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"Attack of the Mole Men"
Instruments: Orchestral featuring French horns, chimes, and tremolo strings
Feel: Dark, Suspenseful, Epic
Written as an introduction to a play, this has the feel of a 1950's monster movie.