“Loving it” Weekly July 28th 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 9

1. “Beat the Pressure” – Basspartout

Let’s be real, you can feel the groove immediately. I know you got that booty shaking, dance moves flowing and it’s only 30 seconds deep. Great warm up for the playlist, Basspartout.

2. “El Alamein” – tdavilio

Pretty remarkable when the song description absolutely nails the sound. There’s not a whole lot of battle lust being just a fruit but with this song in the background, you’ve got my battle cry.

3. “The Great Outback” – Louise Heaney

Good day mate! Louise, this took me back to my early childhood years watching Crocodile Dundee. Who can forget the line, “That’s not a knife [pulls out huge bowie knife] THAT’S a knife.”

4. “The Force of Life” – Kamarius

This is one of those hypnotic tracks that you gotta love. Nice stock music world beat where you are spinning lazily in the warm sun. I’m going to adorn all white linen and play some hand percussion now.

5. “A Triumphant Journey” – Fresh Ears Audio

This was every 80’s teenage boy’s anthem! You can just picture yourself sitting in bed staring up at that Molly Ringwald poster saying to yourself, “someday I’ll find you, someday…”

6. “Sakura Device” – TOYINVENTION

I googled “sakura device;” only Japanime popped up. I’ve gotta think that’s not exactly a sakura device. Instead, I’m going to go with a high-tech, sleek new product like this stock music song suggests.

7. “Salt Of Wormwood” – Daniel Knowler

You need to get your creep on?…err, well wait maybe – you need to get a little creepy in your video?…ok that still didn’t sound right. BUT if you want super creepy sounds, check this out.

8. “You” – Scoreweaver

ME?! Thank you! I’m genuinely pretty starved for attention, so I’m going to dedicate this song to myself. I totally dig this new integration of dubstep into commercials for the youth, so right on!

9. “Concupiscene” – Robert Gulya

You know I don’t speak Spanish, Baxter! So I had to, once again due to my ignorance, look this word up and voila! It means “strong passion and desire,” which nails this sound of the song.

10. “SOS” – DhruvaAliman

Woah…I mean, wooooooaaaaaah this song is catchy! Integrating the sound of an S.O.S. signal into your song, genius! But better yet, this was executed perfectly and is a top favorite of mine!

 

Huckleberry Heard It Through The Grapevine Week 3: Stock Music Licensing Specialist

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Worry not everyone…  Huck is here with your weekly sampling platter of our ripest stock music tracks.  I’ve got an eclectic mix of tunes for you this week.

Let’s get into it:

Listen Now: Through The Grapevine July 21 Full Playlist

1.  Love Doesn’t Cost A Thingstevericemusic

For all you old souls out there, stevericemusic has got just the track for you.  Imagine a day in the park playing chess or strolling on the boardwalk, a cup of coffee in one hand, your loved one’s hand in the other.  No matter what, this accordion-led track will have your spirits high.

2.  CowabungaGarySWolk

And now something for you wild young folk.  Grab your surf board and get ready to hang ten after you grab some sodas at the surf shop.  GarySWolk’s surf-rock reverb is making waves through the speakers on this stock track.

3.  Funk TimeWalt Kosar

“I feel good!” is what James Brown would say if he heard this funky jam Walk Kosar has given us.  All aboard the Soul Train! Next stop Funky Town!

4.  Space Trip GamePlastic3

Prepare for lift off because Plastic3 is taking us on an intergalactic stock music rave flight.  The very cosmos itself cannot resist being taken by this track and moving its ever-expanding body to the beat.

5.  Know Your StrengthAndy Kotz-AKMusic Productions

Andy Kotz has constructed an entire futuristic city and within that city, there you are, relaxing at some upscale futuristic bar drinking your futuristic martini listening to this track seeping in from the overhead speakers.

6.  Curious GhostBenW

This mysterious and atmospheric track from BenW hints at an asian influence in its production at its beginning and then takes a serious left turn into a killer trip-hop track full of glitches, echoes, reverse effects, you name it.  Check out this artist’s other tracks because he creates excellent soundscapes for your earholes to get lost in.

7.  LyricallivingroomClassics

To end this week’s playlist, I’ll leave you guys with this beautiful and heart warming piano and flute led piece from livingroomClassics.  This track sounds as if it was pulled from a Miyazaki film soundtrack and the feeling you get from it stays with you long after it has ended.

Huckleberry Heard It Through The Grapevine Week 1: Stock Music Licensing Specialist

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CLICK HERE FOR THE: Weekly June 23rd Stock Music Playlist with Huckleberry

“Wait, what happened to Guava?”  “What is Guava loving this week?!”  “What on earth is a huckleberry?”  Okay, calm down everyone, calm down.  I’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Hey there.  Huckleberry here, or Huck for short. Cast your fears aside, I have not taken Guava hostage.  I promise.  And no, he didn’t leave us to join forces with McDonald’s because he was “Loving It” so much.  He’s just taking some time away from delivering his weekly batch of tracks to make sure Tunefruit stays as awesome as ever and continues to be more awesome.  Don’t worry, he’s still “Loving It” but now he’s dolloping that love all over Tunefruit.

Enter me, Huckleberry.  I’ll be taking the driver’s seat of Guava’s weekly palette pleaser by continuing to showcase Tunefruit’s latest and best tracks.

Now, you’ve probably still got one question on your mind: “What the heck is a huckleberry?”  Well I’m glad you asked.  A huckleberry is a mo—

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No, no, no.  Not that Huckleberry.  A huckleberry is a berry mainly located in coastal and mountainous regions of North America.  Even though you’ve likely never seen it at your local grocery store it’s actually quite a common fruit.

Now, if you know where to purchase huckleberries please email me immediately.  Seriously.  But that’s enough of a agriculture lesson for now.  If you want to know more about me, check out the huckleberry Wikipedia page.

So now that we’re done getting to know each other, let’s get to what you want: The music!  This week, I went out to our orchard and picked out the seven ripest tracks for you to enjoy.  There’s a little funk, a little folk, some drama, a dab of rock.  I’ve got a little of everything to satisfy those taste buds. So many great stock music tracks, so little time.

Weekly June 23rd Stock Music Playlist with Huckleberry

1. “Disco Tech” – Fresh Ears Audio

Combining the best parts of classic disco, 80s synths, and the fresh sounds of modern funk/disco revivalists like Daft Punk and Breakbot, Fresh Ears Audio is quick to remind us that disco isn’t dead.  To quote a recent Sprint commercial, “Somebody call the doctor because I got a bad case of boogie fever.”  Tunefruit-tested.  Framily-approved.

2. “Groovy Renovation” – DrTimWaters

Grab a piña colada and your freshest sunglasses and get ready to kick it pool-side with this laid-back, groovy track from DrTimWaters.  You’ll want to just float in the pool and let the coolness of this track keep the summer heat off you.  Did anybody bring the cocktail umbrellas?

3. “Everyone Looks Guilty” – rbmusic

Not your typical street-hardened, gritty detective soundtrack, rbmusic takes us sometime in the future and puts us in the boots of a detective in the midst of a city-wide investigation.  rbmusic actually sets the scene pretty well in his song description.  He’s a musician and a scholar!

4. “Snowflakes” – 4Seasons

Put on your snowshoes and some extra layers because 4Seasons wants to take us on a magical journey through the frozen world he has created.  The piano drifts daintily down on us like snowfall while flakes and magic dust swirl around to completely immerse us in the white wonderland.  Is that Polar Express off in the distance?

5. “In Nature’s Valley” – Zander Sehkri

It’s almost impossible to resist the urge to abandon this blog post, get in my car, and let this beautiful folk track guide me to the nearest mountain road — or at the very least, the nearest coffee shop.

6. “SoCal Rock Theme ” – stevenbulinskimusic

Let’s keep this road trip rolling!  Roll down the windows and get ready to cruise down the California coastline with stevenbulinkskimusic’s west coast rock anthem…

7.Iron Armour” – Adam Scourfield

If I was a superhero I would adopt this track as my theme song.  I leave this collection with an epic cinematic track from Adam Scourfield that combines traditional orchestral horns and strings with glitchy electronics to create a really unique explosive and inspiring blend of sound.

SuperHuck out.