Music by Michele Vanni
A happy, lighthearted track starting with an Ukulele intro and Mbira melodies over African percussion and slowly growing to a full band final chorus. An Ukulele solo graces the middle section of the song.
A cross betweem Metal and Electronica. Builds up from an eerie intro to a full blasting rocker. For that Alien invasion flick or that extreme sports promo
A delicate, ethereal piano melody soars above spacey string pads, sparse percussion and distant Taiko drums. The track slowly evolves introducing subtle electronic and organic grooves, a synth bass and a bridge before going back to the last chorus.
Data and images pop on the screens, ideas float around the room, clues are dissected, minds are in high gear. A slow heartbeat-like bass drum sets the pace for this quiet, intense track while delicate, urgent melodies dance on top surrounded by eerie Fx. Perfect for a CSI or E.R. style Lab scene.
Electronic percussion and eerie electric piano melodies generate an atmosphere of tension and suspense. The mystery thickens and new sound layers are added in a dramatic, hypnotic crescendo with a few stops, perfect for edit points.
A sense of anticipation, the day of the big Event. A guitar riff sets the stage and then the whole band gets in on this energetic, positive rock tune with relentless electric guitars over a bombastic dance groove.
Though this happy, positive track is introduced by a bouncy ukulele riff, mbira and a pulsating tom based groove add a little bit of an African, ethnic feel to the festive atmosphere. The whole band soon joins in adding acoustic and electric guitars to the main theme.
A simple drum loop and clean electric guitars open this Pop Rock track creates a subtle feeling of melancholy and nostalgia. Intensity grows and explodes in the chorus with distorted guitars and a full band sound that add energy and tension to the recipe.
Fast and happy rock track that starts with a memorable drum groove and bass line soon joined by electrifying guitar riffs that take us back to the seventies and early 2000’s Alt Rock. Three minutes of fun and excitement and the feeling of a real band.
A low drone and electronic percussion create an atmosphere of tension and expectation that builds to a release marked by an eerie fractured piano melody