A dark, dense, and atmospheric pulsing track. Perfect for adding tension and intrigue to a trailer, or in a scene in a video. Great for post-apocalyptic plot, death and life, lonely desert, after war ethereal visuals, and more.
Mysterious and relaxing track in a dark ambient style recalling Twin Peaks series by Lynch. Perfect music for smoky scenes,
psychological drama, intimate moments, reflection, sense of lost and other mysterious movies.
Spooky, mysterious and suspenseful Halloween music. Featuring a full orchestra with strings, woodwinds, celesta, and pizzicatos. Ideal for horror, creepy thriller, suspense or dark detective genres as well.
Ethereal, magical and also somewhat creepy piano piece. Magic Aquarium will take you on a journey made of emotional twist and turns. Perfect for hypnotic and ethereal segments and video edits. Perfectly captures the sound of Disney cartoon, like "Beauty and the Beast".
Neon, dusty, peaceful work in vaporwave genre with neon lights synthesizer, slow tempo atmospheric beats, calming lullaby bells, analog bassline, futuristic sounding, provide lo-fi aesthetics and 80's nostalgia.
An inspirational cinematic background which starts with solo cello and evolves into an emotionally triumphant piece with a full string ensemble and a driving baseline, which gives it a feeling of momentum.
An ethereal piano with some electronic sounds and some loops. Great FINALE with orchestra and orchestral percussions. You can use this track for action and romantic scenes, psychologic and drama as well.
This epic, interstellar, thunderous orchestral track builds to a huge, dramatic climax with rousing strings, horns and deep, dark synthesizer moods to add an extra sense of magic and wonder. Great for games, documentaries, space, time and nature projects. Influences of Hans Zimmer. A wondrous, majestic trip though time and space.
INSTRUMENTS: Drums, Guitars, Strings, Brass and Synths.
SIMILAR TO: Hans Zimmer, Thomas Bergersen, Trevor Morris, Steve Jablonsky, Harry Gregson Williams, Two Steps From Hell, James Newton Howard, Brian Tyler, James Horner, John Powell, Michael Giacchino and Harry Gregson Williams.
A dynamic, intriguing, cinematic strings section improvisation united with unique pizzicato and expressive classical violin solo. Great for any dramatic use in film scenes, experimental drama, thriller, documentary, dark genius, hard decision, vampires, fragile beauty, blood ties etc.