Huckleberry Heard It Through The Grapevine Week 2: Stock Music Licensing Specialist

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Hey there.  Huck here.  You may remember me from two weeks ago.  Or maybe you remember from somewhere else (People often come up to me and tell me I look just like a blueberry).  Either way, I’m back to make sure you get your weekly recommended number of servings of Tunefruit’s ripest stock music tracks.  Let’s get into it:

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Now I don’t know about you guys, but I have been feeling good vibes all week.  Maybe it’s the summer sun.  Maybe it’s the fact that America just celebrated its independence.  Maybe I’ve just been really excited to feature more music for you guys to savor.  Who knows, but I’ve been feeling good, so this week I wanted to help get you in the same feel-good stock music groove.  Lather on some sunscreen because we’re about to spend some time in the sun.

1.  Cloud NineJoe Capalbo

To start things off here, grab your finest dancing shoes and clear enough room on the dancefloor to get down.  Joe Capalbo knows you’ve got the dancing fever and wants to help out.  This sugar pop track has all the works for a sure-fire summer jam.

2.  Well, Not Everything Went According To Plan…Vlad Els

If the name of this track alone doesn’t hook you, the groove that it immediately sets in will.  It seems to me that Vlad Els reached right into a 1970’s cop drama and plucked out this psychedelically funky groove.

3.  Taxi DriverNick Nicolas

If you don’t feel like you should be drinking a daiquiri out of a coconut and eating caribbean food on a tropical island while listening to this track, I think you need to keep listening to this track (and drinking daiquiris) until you do.  Get your calypso groove on and soak in paradise.

4.  Balkan PartySOUNDOTCOM

Since we’re in such a dancing mood right now, I want to queue up this dance track on the turntables real quick.  Combining euro-house beats with the styles of traditional balkan music, Soundotcom comes bursting through in massive beat matching glory.  I can barely keep my fingers on the keyboard right now, I’m dancing too much.  I’ll see you guys on the club floor.

5.  The Werewolf Who Hated Other Werewolvesfabclaxton

Oh man, another track with a killer name makes this week’s list!  fabclaxton has channeled his inner Devo to create this synth-heavy glitzy pop jam that captures everything we all loved about the 80’s from neon stirrup pants to big hairdos with way too much hairspray.  Grab your boom box and get ready to dance.

6.  Liverpool to LondonGarySWolk

GarySWolk is quick to remind us of the swingin’ sixties with this sun-bleached surfer track that makes me want to shimmy and twist the day away on the sand in my striped surfer shorts and oversized sunglasses.  Maybe we could even grab a couple soda pops.

7.  GenerationsPhil1975

Alright beach bums, you can keep on relaxing.  Phil1975 has you covered.  We’re gonna end this week’s playlist nice and easy.  I’m sure you’re tired from all the dancing you’ve been doing.  Let this dreamy, reverb-soaked surfer track wash over you like rays from the sun while you spend a lazy day laying out surf-side.

“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.