The most popular genre of the decade was Disco with the rise of electronic music, especially in the late 70s with tracks like “YMCA” by The Village People and “Stayin’ Alive” by The Bee Gees. Rock was big in the 1970s with chart topping hits from Glam rock, Heavy metal and Punk bands. Bands like Queen and the Electric Light Orchestra were masters of Progressive rock, a mix of Rock music with Classical and Opera. Jazz fusion, Soul music and Funk were also popular in the seventies and new styles like New-wave and Hip-Hop were emerging which would take off in the next decade.
1970’s retro sounding funk instrumental. Bouncy, upbeat, driving, horns/brass, wah wah guitar.
High energy Rock track in the style of AC/DC.
Nostalgic, retro, 1970’s, 1980’s sounding dance/soul-funk instrumental with percussion and wah-wah guitar.
Cowbell and Rock n’ Roll is a cure for the blues. When combined with the trinity of Guitar, Bass and Drums this track will have you hitting repeat all day.
This piece is inspired by the sounds of the great Blues masters such as B.B King and Freddie King; hence, the title: King of Kings.
Funky and funny little piece in style of 70s featuring wah-wah guitar, B3 organ, slap bass and percussion.
A catchy and funky old school track in the style of heist movies like Ocean’s Eleven, Snatch or 70s retro style film scenes. Features a bouncy bassline, Hammond organ, funky guitars, brass hits, groovy drums and percussion.
The Spacebar on a Saturday night is where aliens, androids, robots and electro-nerds come to dance and socialize. Upbeat pulsing space drums under pumping synth bass and topped up with atmospheric melody lines to carry you through the universe.