“Loving it” Weekly February 9th 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 27

  1. “Surf Police” – Dean G Wolfe

I bet you have to wear sandals with socks on the beach to have the Surf Police lock you up. All in all, just avoid that fashion faux pas and groove out to this surfside stock track.

  1. “Vacation Station” – Abbas Premjee

My intention was not to have two tropical stock music tracks back-to-back but maybe it’s my subconscious? This bitter, cold winter has probably just frozen a few nerves. I’m sure this light and airy ukulele will help thaw things out.

  1. “Running Down Demons” – Luke Gartner-Brereton

Listen, if you’re in Bolivia and a ronroco begins to play anything like this, just run for your life. Most likely you are being pursued and must become the hero of some Latin quest. Actually that sounds tight. I’m down.

  1. “Muddy Rag” – HFTRACKS

This ragtime stock music track brings back all the swampy, humidity of summer. Just take those shoes off, grab a fishin’ pole for the river and…then just try to not slip on the winter ice. Second thought, just wait until it gets warmer to do that.

  1. “Calm Reflections” – ShadB

Looking to take a slow, relaxing drive tonight? Grab this calm…reflective track and take to the roads. Definitely enjoy playing alternative tracks like this when I want to slip off into space.

  1. “Wandering Ronin” – Efrem Sacacco

Welcome to the Dojo of Guava. Well, no, it’s just my basement where I’ll be playing this melancholic, Japanese stock music track. Center your inner Ronin and become one.

  1. “Dubadillo” – Owen

Insert a low-key dubstep beat to really drop that laid back vibe on any style of track. This is a great track to insert behind a time-lapsed version of tropical, festive streets or any South American travelogue feature.

  1. “Arcade Trooper” – Scoreweaver

Woaaaaah I’m trapped in a mainframe! Super cool, glitch tech stock music track. Ok for one second, I seriously thought I made up that great genre name but looks like A.I. beat me to it.

  1. “Numbers” – Suzanne Schnite

After a super hectic day of lists, piles and due dates, all you need is a nice way to unwind. This classical track is a perfect, melodic layering of melancholic strings to carry you away.

  1. “Ambition and Desire” – Zander Sehkri

Tired of Brett not filling up the coffee pot in the break room? Sandra forget to replace the paper in the printer? Sounds like your business needs a pick me up. Sounds like your business needs this climactic, alternative stock music track.

 

“Loving it” Weekly January 8th 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 22

  1. “Bye Bye Bad Luck Love” – jessicalellemusic

Nobody needs bad luck love. Wouldn’t wish that on my worst enemy. So with this very warm and loving stock track, we shall say goodbye to such luck and embrace the happier times.

  1. “Cool Raindrops” – Jonathan Wright

I need this elegant stock track playing in the background whenver I put on my perfectly tailored guava fruit suit. Love the sense of luxury, pride, wonder and a touch of nostalgia.

  1. “Curiosites” – Fabrice Ravelle-Chapuis

Woah. This is some impressive music right here. Love the combo of strings, clarinet and piano. You are correct Fabrice, is this dark and dangerous or something exotic and enticing?

  1. “Lost Faith” – TOYINVENTION

Ugh, yeah y’all feel that? Urban HIP HOP stock music track. Batten down the hatches ‘erbody. Guava is gonna roll deep with this dark, sleek track in the background.

  1. “Rising from the Ashes” – Scoreweaver

Soooo I’m going to need this hip cinematic stock track playing every time I wake up in the morning. Great embodiment of rising from the bottom to the top with a contemporary feel.

  1. “Wings Of Destiny” – Kubed

I’m so bad at basketball. Literally can’t even make a layup 50% of the time. BUT if I put on a brand new pair of Nike’s and play this dubstep/electronic track, I’d be like Kobe 2.0.

  1. “Dragonfly” – ludwigamadeus

Here is a great, breezy acoustic track. But not just any ol’ acoustic sounding track, there is the perfect blend of electronic sound with the peaceful strumming. Listen and float away.

  1. “Club Hair” – SongMonster

Just last weekend I was bumping along in the club with my super slick guava stem and when I woke up the next morning – Woah. Who knows what would happen if the clubs play this track.

  1. “Marketing Done Right” – macaent

Please give me more tips on this thing you call marketing! Well, if I’m only left with this track then I can at least say, playing this stock track in your next promotional video might be key.

  1. “Twirling in the Long Grass” – Matthew Prins

Do you need peaceful, beautiful piano in your life? But wait, do you need LAYERS of cinematic, dreamlike pianos? Great, because this nostalgic stock track is your ticket.

“Loving it” Weekly October 20th 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 (Guava) just absolutely love!

Listen Now: “Loving it” Stock Music Playlist Week 15

  1. “Champa” – Manic

This is just a wonderful piece from start to finish. I could sit on a nostalgic, grey day and just think on great memories. If you’re looking for that thoughtful stock track, Manic has it on lock.

  1. “Lotus Lantern” – Scoreweaver

Scoreweaver is taking you straight into Asia with this stock music blend of Asian elements and modern hip hop beat. I’ve been waiting to get my samaurai on so I thank you for this.

  1. “All Change” – Jon Chan

A simple, classical piano is not necessarily new. So when choosing this route, you need to execute with beauty, grace and capture emotion. Mr. Chan nails a nostalgic, wistful mood.

  1. “Blue Sky Day” – MarcBeasley

“Blue Sky Day” – Great title. I’m going to just go ahead and assume you are talking about this perfect, fall day I am experiencing. I can just relax to this retro, indie rock track all day.

  1. “Happy Inspiration” – jkcomposer

Well, again, title pretty much says it all in this case. I mean, how can you not just picture a small startup working diligently or a bunch of children enjoying an organic snack time?

  1. “They Have Come For The Feathers” – Daniel Knowler

Just give them the feathers! Who has them and why are they holding onto them!? Great post-rock, psychedelic track Mr. Knowler. There’s something eerie and dark creeping up.

  1. “The Walk” – Sparinsky

Get ready to bust out your finest attire ladies and gents. Sparinsky will be holding it down all night on the baritone sax, swooning you away to this bossa nova stock music track.

  1. “I Ran Away” – PT Lavish

A tough genre call on this track. Maybe I’m hearing a slow pop ballad lead by the piano? Or maybe I’m hearing an old hip hop track with Notorious dropping a rhyme? Either way, great.

  1. “On Sure Ground” – Suzanne Schnite

Ok, this is one enchanting stock music track right here. It’s like I am traveling through the hardware of some old 90’s mainframe; grooving through a rhythmic synthesizer. Dunno but yep.

10.“Heroic Epic Orchestral” – Pelican Music

Did you write this track for me? Cause I have daydreams at work about how pumped I would be as a superhero. All I am saying is get me in an epic movie with this track playing!

 

“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!

Listen Now:“Loving it” Stock Music Playlist Week 11

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!

“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!