“Loving it” Weekly August 25th Playlist with Guava, Tunefruit’s Stock Music Specialist

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

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1. “Epic Adventure” – Mario Lucian Andreano

With a title like this, I expect greatness. I’d say within 5 seconds, I was hooked. My imagination can really run wild, so thank you Mario for taking me on this magical quest to save the world.

2. “Snow White Dance” – ilyahtruhanov

Again, another title that had me wondering. But then, it clicked. This is a beautiful stock music acoustic waltz with Snow White dancing in a LATIN setting. Boom. Pretty awesome when you imagine that.

3. “Valentina” – 4Seasons

Here’s a song that will transport you to another time and place. In my mind, I’m in Europe, mid-90’s, wearing some goofy tourist clothes and up to no good with this polka track playing.

4. “Memories Theme” – Wibben

“Memories Theme” really taps into the art of counterpoint. On one hand, I’m wrought with despair but then in just a blink of a moment, the strings shift and here I am, holding on to hope.

5. “Claw Vapour” – Daniel Knowler

Guys, don’t breathe in the claw vapour. That is, unless you want to be transported to a very strange and ethereal void. I feel like I am a galaxy away, drifting towards a black hole. Hold on.

6. “Daydreamer” – Scoreweaver

I’m a bit of a daydreamer myself, Scoreweaver. So I’m going to go ahead and just say thanks, because this track has already taken me into a nice relaxing tangent of distraction.

7. “Tragic Beats” – FoldySongs

Don’t let this title fool you! There is absolutely nothing tragic about this song. It’s super womptastic! I love the ultra heavy combination of strings and dubstep Mr. FoldySongs.

8. “Algebra” – ludwigamadeus

Agh, algebra! Let’s just avoid counting and say, this track is certainly one of the stranger combinations. But then again, this is nu jazz, and nu jazz at a very heady level. Nice work.

9. “Lost Continents” – pimusic

Little bit of nostalgia just hit me in the face with these opening chords. I’ve always been partial to the jam scene, and “Lost Continents” takes me back to my college years with a carefree vibe.

10. “If All Goes Right, Go Left” – musikopedie

Ok, I’m going left. If left means that I can listen to this pump-up, positive track over and over again, we all need to go left. I’m ready to take off. Hello new day! Jump on board everybody!

Tunefruit Knows the Hotness: Guava’s Listening to Future Islands

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Future Islands, “Singles” – A bit of the past, present and a whole lot of energy

Music has a remarkable characteristic. Every single time you think you’ve heard an awesome album, another one comes along and becomes your new favorite. It may take a month, year, or decade, but eventually, you’ll be telling all your friends, “you can listen straight through without skipping!” So, when I first heard the title track, “Seasons (Waiting On You),” I knew I’d been waiting for this gem all year.

“Singles” accurately portrays just how much care Future Islands takes in crafting their sound. They combine that 80’s synth-pop vibe with a more current, progressive indie sound. I’m going to spare everyone the more detailed analysis and just say, their combination of past and present music styles produces one positive, feel good album. Power up “Singles” on your stereo, roll those windows down and blissfully cruise the streets in the summer time heat. You’ll see what I mean in no time.

So when you’re considering what type of stock music you may need for that new explainer video or product launch, perhaps Future Islands’ style is the perfect fit. Granted, you might be looking for that production music that is a low-key, music bed. But if you’re looking to really captivate the attention of 20-to-30 year olds, using stock music similar to Future Islands style would be a perfect fit. Here’s a playlist from our stock music library that I think you’ll find provides various tracks similar to or that would be found on the same radio station as Future Islands.

I’m going to leave you all with this amazing video of Future Islands from the Late Show with David Letterman. Everything about this band can be summed up in the 3:49 minutes of this performance.

“Loving it” Weekly August 12th 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 to Guava’s “Loving it” Stock Music Playlist Week 10

1. “Kicking It” – MLMusic

I’m kicking this playlist off with…well…”Kicking It”. Look, these type of things just fall in my lap! But uh, yeah dawg, I know you all are feeling this as well! Straight chillin’ with my fruit homies!

2. “A Dark Night Rises” – Peter M.

Who doesn’t love the entire Dark Knight Trilogy? Peter, you’ve finally inspired me to order my specialized Batman outfit. Extra round, if ya know what I mean. Somebody fire up the Bat-Signal.

3. “Looking Down On The Stars” – Ekoplex

I’m scared of heights. Even looking up just gives me the heebie jeebies, so I’ll avoid going above the stars. But, if I was up there, I imagine this would be the perfect emotive, background track.

4. “Eggnog & Powertools” – Android Garden

I’m no Tim Allen the Toolman, but I know nothing constructed after my Christmas party will ever work. But you can trust me when I say, this song is one great, quirky Christmas track.

5. “Gorgeous” – Anton Atom

Nobody takes me serious when I’ve got my sexy vibe going strong. I’ll be cruising in my super cool car and everyone’s just like “meh.” Well no longer, cause I’ll be playing this sleek song!

6. “Keep Running” – Pat

Argh, I’m so tired but anything for you Pat! Everybody needs to stretch before this song because it’s a great, emotional track that captures a building sense of energetic news/current affairs.

7. “Strange Holiday” – BenW

Straight outta the mid-90’s! I’m digging this Ben. It’s like I’m DJ Shadow spinning some old skool tracks with a smooth flute melody. Kick back and relax to this one peeps.

8. “In The Club” – Kubed

Do I get VIP status with this track Kubed?? I want in this club stat. Great electro house track that’s perfect for the young 20-somethings of this generation whenever they’re throwing down.

9. “Dancing With The Muse” – Kamarius

I don’t have a muse. But if this track is anything like dancing with a muse, somebody get me one ASAP! Truly a hypnotic track that makes great use of female vocal effects.

10. “Epic Electro Music” – Branco G

When you say epic electro music, you’ve got to live up to it. And my friends, Branco definitely executed this track perfectly. Hold on to your socks cause they’re about to get blown off.

 

“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!

 

“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 30h Playlist with Guava, Tunefruit’s Stock Music Specialist

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CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT OUR STOCK MUSIC PLAYLIST: “Loving it” Stock Music Playlist Week 7

I bet you’re confused between ol’ Huck and me. Don’t be! We’re just switching it up between our music tastes to keep it extra fresh for you! So here are my weekly top stock music picks from our new arrivals, which made me absolutely love it.

1. “Inbetween” – Phil1975

Yo, Phil from 1975, this is some nice psychedelic prog-rock right here! I am definitely getting down to this groove. I like that you’re not ashamed of showing your age and killer style.

2. “Echoes From The East” – Anton Atom

I’m am stranded in an ambandoned Eastern country. Surrounded by desolation and destruction. Walking with my faithful dog at my side. My last hope. Looking out into the wind. Looking for life.

3. “Paper In Oil Madrigals” – Keensonic

Apparently they’re already making a Blade Runner 2. That’s 2 bad…ahem…but no, seriously, we need to get this song into that movie score pronto. I’ll call Harrison tomorrow.

4. “Lazy Summer Nights” – Score Studio

What is better than a low-key, lazy summer night? Throwing a little bit of the saxophone in there. Want to melt a woman’s heart over a nice glass of wine and setting sun? Play this song.

5. “A World of Wonder (instrumental)” – theflightaway

Grab your neon wind-breaker!  We are all meeting up, jogging, and I’ll play this throw-back 80’s song through a boom box placed my shoulder. Then we’re watching Breakfast Club.

6. “The Dark Forest” – Jaap Visser

I typically avoid dark forests at all costs. You think any fruit is down to just meander into some shady area?? Bears and all that jazz?!? But I’d maybe dabble as a knight in this thrilling song.

7. “Fascinations” – Sparinksy

Picture a slowly spinning ballerina; then add some slightly haunting elements. Next, insert a creepy clown face in the back window. Ok, now I’m just freaking myself out while I listen…

8. “Memories > Moments” – musikopedie

First off, Mr musikopedie, congratulations on using a mathematical symbol in your title. Second, he’s right, memories capture moments, so travel to the past and spin slowly while you listen.

9. “5am” – ludwigamadeus

I would be so excited if my 5 am’s were EVER like this. They are usually way too foggy, but if I had some super tight ambient jams in the morning – sign. me. up.

10. “Hope” – BjorgenKjorgen

Just listen to those opening notes. They not just cut to the core and say, “hold on young one, I’ll be there soon.” Then just give the song 10 more seconds and blast off to rocking, hopeful nation.