“Loving it” Weekly January 2nd Playlist with Guava, Tunefruit’s Stock Music Specialist

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I know you all have been waiting for it! Here’s this week’s taste of some fresh new music coming into our library that I just absolutely love!

Listen Now: “Loving it” Stock Music Playlist Week 21

  1. “Optimistic Acoustic Guitars” – BlueberryMusic

Nothing like waking up to some cheerful acoustic guitars strumming away. This is a great stock music track to put a smile on your face while driving through the mountains.

  1. “Boundless” – Abbas Premjee

Great title for this stock track. Boundless determination and will. I’m definitely digging this and so should anyone looking to seize the day after waking up to a house without coffee.

  1. “Zeppelins with Buttoxes” – dreikelvin

Not going to lie, had to click on this track because of the title. What to expect? No clue but now that I’m listening, I love the percussive marimba and synth to make this a magical piece.

  1. “Ships Passing in the Night” – Matthew Prins

This is a beautiful stock music track. Mr. Prins uses just the right combo of piano and strings to really make your imagination sail away with those ships passing in the night. B-e-a-utiful.

  1. “Backward Clocks” – Martin Riopel

So has anyone made me that custom Batman suit I requested for Christmas this year? Cause after hearing this cinematic stock track, I really need that suit to fight crime as GUAVAMAN!

  1. “Temptation (Vocals)” – Gregory Davis

Temptation, seduction, love, romance, and lovely female vocals! This worldly, middle eastern track is pretty much AMAZING. Mr. Davis, if you could kindly see if this singer loves fruit? Thx.

  1. “Finding a Dream” – JM Scherf

Hold on tight! This little guava fruit is going to finally achieve his dreams of becoming the best smoothie known to mankind. Now I’m just going to keep playing this track on repeat.

  1. “All the Way” – stevecollom

Strap yourself in for this stock track. If you need attitude, rock, and a hybrid orchestral mix in your life, I highly suggest giving this a listen. I’m going to go hop on my bike and ride now.

  1. “More than Today” – StephenMarx

Feeling a little bit youthful and angsty today? Give this indie track a listen and make sure to wear your skinny jeans, v-neck and hornrimmed glasses. Love the groove to this track.

10.“Snow” – David Sestay

I’m going to cap the playlist off with a little shout out to winter and the time of snow. This is a great ambient stock track to let your mind wander off into deep snow drifts and snowflakes.

“Loving it” Weekly December 3rd Playlist with Guava, Tunefruit’s Stock Music Specialist

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I know you all have been waiting for it! Here’s this week’s taste of some fresh new stock music coming into our library that I just absolutely love!

Listen Now: “Loving it” Stock Music Playlist Week 18

  1. “Epic Africa” – GuidoNegraszus

There is nothing like envisioning a beautiful African plain, full of totally awesome animals running wild…and then, I too am running wild next to those animals! I’M FREE!

  1. “Ethereal Piano Dream” – Erick_McNearny

It’s the holiday season. Black Friday just came and went. Trust me, we all need a nice relaxing melody, and Mr. McNearny has a wonderful and thoughtful piano stock music track.

  1. “Danza” – Vivian Giovani

Don’t mistake this track for Tony Danza!…ok, terrible joke. However, these Spanish guitars do quite the lovely job of letting me drift away to a nice restaurant on the coast, sipping wine.

  1. “Miami Retro” – TheNationalPool

YESSSS. Let’s get our white blazers out and cruise the streets in our convertibles! Love the cheesy, yet epic, synthesizer on this eighties stock music track! Rock on!

  1. “Gypsy Nights” – APAMusic

Go find your Greek cousin and tell him we’ve got a wedding to throw right now! I feel like everyone has a Greek relative. Maybe not. But if you can relate, throw this snazzy track on!

  1. “Summertime Daydream” – Jon Chan

Ugh, but it’s winter, Guava! I know, I know! It’s just that time really flew by this year and maybe we can all reminisce back to summer? Thank you Jon, for this upbeat, psychedelic reminder.

  1. “Cinematic Dream” – Small Ocean

I just love cinematic tracks that make me reflect on life. This introspective, dreamlike stock track really makes me consider maybe I am more than just a fruit! I can be anything!

  1. “Extinction – Epic Trailer”- Jonathan Wright

Oh snap! You know when you’ve got a title like this you are in for a wild ride! I believe the opening notes really say it all and this cinematic stock track is a straight-up thrill ride.

  1. “Mind Over Matter” – ProAudio

You’ve got nothing motivating you today. I KNOW THIS! So what do you do?!? LISTEN TO THIS AWESOME TRACK! It’ll totally pump up your day and make you feel totes better.

10. “Sometimes We’re the Same” – David Sestay

David are you saying you’re a fruit, too?!? Mango, did you hear that! RECRUIT HIM! Plus, Mr. Sestay makes really catchy, indie rock tracks that I’m grooving too all day! Keep killing it.

 

Huckleberry Heard It Through The Grapevine Week 4: Stock Music Licensing Specialist

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Hey guys.  Huck here.  It’s Monday so you know what that means…

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What?  No!  Mondays are great!  Mondays mean I get to drop off another batch of great stock music tracks for your ears to savor!  Well, if you’re feeling a little down that the weekend is over, don’t panic.  Position yourself in a comfortable position with a lot of room (to dance) and let me help you put some pep into your step.

Listen right now: Through The Grapevine August 4 Full Stock Music Playlist

1. Get MovingEdouard Andre Reny

Wake up!  Get moving! Edouard Andre Reny demands it!  Dust off the Monday blues with this moombahton/dubstep infused stock music track.  Seriously, this track will even get your boring boss busting his groove thing in the middle of a dance circle.

2. The RunnerDavid Sestay

I imagine this would be the theme song of any intern as they frantically dash around the office grabbing coffee, printing copies, moving files.  There’s just enough energy in David Sestay’s acoustic stock music track to get you going in the morning.

3. The Coolest EverTOYINVENTION

The name of this track speaks for itself here.  TOYINVENTION has taken elements of funk and fused them together with elements of modern stock music electronica.  A little stutter here, a little glitch there, a little dubstep wobble for good measure.  This is the funk of the future right here.

4. MirrorsSparinksy

Speaking of unique sounds, Sparinksy has certainly found a unique vibe with Mirrors.  With a strong reggae influence, this track is scattered with pitch bends, 80s sound effects, saxophones, like a circus trip in a child’s nightmare.

5. Happy Corporate AdvertisingScore Studio

Back in the normalsphere is Score Studio’s peppy track whose steady sound will have your shoulders bouncing and your head nodding from start to finish.

6. When the Morning Sun Comes UpZander Sehkri

For you slow rollers who like to take their time getting up every morning, basking in every single moment of the early sun, this one’s for you.  Zander Sehkri has given us another beautiful acoustic track that you can’t help but just sit back and enjoy life while listening to it.  Who’s got the Mondays now?  Not you, buddy.  Not you.

7. Waves 2014theflightaway

And to end our playlist this week, I’ve got an excellent atmospheric electronic track from theflightaway for you.  Take this puppy for a spin on the highway at night and tell me you don’t feel like Ryan Gosling in Drive.

“Loving it” Weekly July 14th Playlist with Guava, Tunefruit’s Stock Music Specialist

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I know you all have been waiting for it! Here’s this week’s taste of some fresh new music coming into our library that I just absolutely love!

Listen the playlist here: “Loving it” Stock Music Playlist Week 8

1. “Rise of a Man” – RubenLozano

The song sets you into sci-fi battlegrounds. A scene following an intense fight, where you were left for dead but still remain alive. Now you are picking yourself up, ready for vengeance.

2. “Ambient Meditation Music” – AGsoundtrax

Every once in a while I just have to sit back and think, “ah, yes…nature.”  Well if you’re like me, AGsoundtrax places you perfectly in a field of daisies, next to a babbling brook. Nice work.

3. “Breeze For Butterflies” – Mr.ruiZ

Mr.ruiz, you’ve done it again my fine sir! You’ve put that smile on my face, and I just flossed so all the better for everyone around me! Some simple, elegant beauty right here my friends.

4. “The End” – David Sestay

Need a romantic ending to your film? Need me to be the incredibly charming actor carrying the damsel away into the sunset? Well, I can’t do that, but David can certainly provide the music.

5. “What Lies Beneath” – dannypoit

Remember Batman Returns? You can’t forget Danny DeVito as “The Penguin.” Well, with those elements in mind, you know exactly what I mean when I say this song embodies Gotham City.

6. “Andante for Strings” – Abbas Premjee

I’ve never been to a ball but granted, I’m not from the 19th century. But you can’t deny a man his dream of dressing in a wig and slow dancing with a queen! Thanks Abbas for just the right song.

7. “Soul Longing” – Kamarius

Brace yourself for a mind trip through space. Beginning with a sci-fi, repetitious synth melody, the song expands into some heady, colourful layers. Time to adorn your space suits people.

8. “Determining Fate” – jjessep

I do love the epic, emotional cinematic soundtracks, and Mr. Jessep has written a beauty. My emotions are just running wild! Searching, hunting, seeking my destiny! My fate is in my hands!

9. “Blast Big Room Electro” – Branco G

If you’re above the age of 50 hold on tight!!! Branco has captured the music of the youth and boy, is it just a crunchy EDM track! Ugh! I’ve got my laptop on my shoulder just getting down!

10. “One Pirate Too Many” – PatrickMooreMusic

Wait, no! There can never be too many pirates, Patrick! Please let me on board this seafaring voyage! This is straight out of Pirates of the Caribbean and I just love that Capt. Sparrow.

“Loving it” Weekly June 16th Playlist with Guava, Tunefruit’s Stock Music Specialist

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“Loving It” Week Six

My weekly top picks from our new arrivals, which made me absolutely love it.

1. “Memory Dump” – Muteki music

Get those dancing shoes on partyin’ peeps. You feel that? That electronic soul? Muteki is feeling it. You can’t help but get that booty boogey-ing with this hip synth-disco track.

2. “Charity” – 4Seasons

If you can picture yourself in a field holding hands with children and spinning in a circle of joy, you need this song. If you even have an ounce of “care” in your body, you need this song.

3. “Trance Music Anthem” – BrancoG

Step one – glow sticks. Step two – neon face paint. Step three – flick your lights on and off really fast. DANCE PARTY or not. It’s ok. I’m doing it.

4. “Beautiful Night” – Sound Spindle

Cue the rain – I’m soaked to the bone. My clothes, dripping wet. Me? I’m holding on. Holding on to hope. I pick myself up and begin running. Cue slow motion shot. Epic. Drama. Love scene.

5. “Kid, It is Zygote” – musikopedie

First, I love this title. Like – “Hey kid, it is Zygote!” and Zygote is actually the kid’s lost dog…ha! err…But seriously, what a hip, indie track that is really creative and genuinely fun sounding.

6. “Eternal Bliss” – vpedulla

Ok, I’m going to buy an all white suit and then lounge in a VIP pool on top of a luxurious hotel. Next, you guys are going to video me straight chilling, and I want this track in the background.

7. “ Night in Reggaeton” – tdavilio

I’m in Mr. Davilio. Thanks for inviting me out on a night in reggaeton. You didn’t even have to ask cause if we’re going to party anything like it sounds in this song, I’m 100% down.

8. “Humming” – David Sestay

Is this perfect harmony? I feel like we just stepped into some utopian universe made up of the most pleasing sounds. Thank you for this Mr. Sestay. Thank you.

9. “Remember Us” – Jaap Visser

But Mr. Visser, remember me. Remember me when you make it big cause of this great two line review. Ok one line. Essentially, you’ve managed to roll all of our sorrow into one beautiful piece.

10. “Soul In The City” – Mellowstu

To cap this playlist off, Mellowstu is gonna take you back to 1970. Men, grab your lleisure suit. Women, grab those bell bottoms. Comb that fro or get a whig on that bald head. Let’s paaaartay!