Electropop is a form of Synthpop from the 80s with artists like Gary Newman and The Human League pioneering the style. By the mid 2000s Electropop was mainstream with the likes of Britney Spears and Lady Gaga topping the charts and now, artists like Billie Eilish wear the crown. Related styles are Synthwave, Dance-pop, Vaporwave and Futurepop.
Back from the 80s, here’s another dark synth-pop stock music tune built on typical drum machines and synthesizers for all your analog needs. It is reminiscent of night rides in neon lights and empty streets and is suitable for any vintage project with tech visuals.
A retro-sounding track that uses gated drums and synthesized chords, bass line and riffs to create a light, uplifting feel with hope and determination. 100 bpm, C minor.
A fun, retro electronic track with funky bass lines, synth pad chords, arpeggiated leads, 80s drums, and cowbell, that captures a sense of exploration and adventure. D minor, 140 bpm.
This upbeat driving synthesized track mixes funky synthesizers with 80s-styled drums to create a punchy song full of energy and groove.
Positive cue with driving electro drums and lively synth effects. Great for corporate adds to create inspiration.
Ambient, cinematic and electro track with a pop feel. Great for many types of projects including YouTube videos, video games, movies, events and podcasts. This inspirational and reflective track features an electro beat, piano, strings, ambient electro sounds, effects and pads.
Corporate ambient music featuring delicate melodies, soft piano and ambient elements. Backed by modern synthesizers and light electronic elements the track has a positive and inspiring mood.
An upbeat house/dance electronic track that uses layers of synths and a drumbeat to create a minimal, rhythmic and funky feel. C minor, 120 bpm.
Cool and driving futuristic breakbeat track with pumping drums, plucky synth and vocoder.
Upbeat synths and a light groove create an optimistic and bouncy vibe. Electro-pop with a sense of fun, energy and progress. Strings emerge later in the track to provide a sense of growth.