Instruments: Drums, Bass, Synth
Feel: Aggressive, Dark, Grooving
Upbeat, bright, and super catchy! Just try not to rap to this piece! TRY IT! You can't, can you! I mean... I can, but I've been training to not rap my entire life. It started with me not-rapping in my childhood in the upper midwest. My lack-of-rapping hit a new high while on a high school band trip to Disneyworld, and was again bolstered in a crazy non-rap filled Spring Break in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. There's just something about not-rapping and industrial forestry...
Instruments: Synths, Voice, Percussion
Feel: Mystical, Eerie, Mysterious, Calming, Dark
Reverbs, reverbs, reverbs! You want reverbs in you music, you got reverbs right here! Room reverbs, plate reverbs, even some spring reverbs! It is amazing! It is incredible! How can there be so much reverb?! So... why... You get a very hollow spooky thin feeling with the reverbs. This started out as an attempt to understand Witch House music. Pretty sure I still don't understand it. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
|Pinball Spring 160
"Pinball Spring 160"
Feel: Bouncy, Bright, Driving
Triumphant and exuberant, this arcade groove is bright and perfect for retro games or humorous video content. Super fast J-Pop feel version.
Feel: Bouncy, Bright, Humorous, Uplifting
Triumphant and exuberant, this arcade groove is bright and perfect for retro games or humorous video content. It has a thumping beat that is light-hearted, and is easily looped for continuous play.
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Spring Thaw Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
Instruments: Piano, Harp, Bass
Feel: Dark, Eerie, Somber
Simple melody. Something feels amiss here, but in a sort of pleasing way
|Shades of Spring
"Shades of Spring"
Instruments: Kit, Bass, Piano
Feel: Dark, Bouncy
Sort of a minor mid-tempo jazz combo with 2 pianos. Melody is doubled in octaves. Soloist goes outside more than the guy comping... but hey - what are soloists for?