“Loving it” Tunefruit Weekly Stock Music Playlist for September 30th

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It’s beginning to look a bit like autumn these days, and you know what that means: it’s almost time for my personal favorite holiday, Halloween! It’s a time when everything gets a little more creepy, and the full moon spells supernatural trouble for us mortals. Plus, and most importantly, there’s scores of halloween candy. So sit back with some cinnamon hot chocolate and a slice of pumpkin pie, and check out these spooky stock music tracks.

Gears In MotionFrancesco Giovannangelo

I don’t want to invite any uncanny comparisons here, but eat your heart out, Burton. It’s a track that’s full of halloween spirit, complete with creepy music box and scurrying strings. Just remember, it’s not a party without the Pumpkin King.

Haunted CircusZevWMusic

There’s one blustery evening in autumn when the wind howls and the trees moan, and all the ghoulish guys and ghostly gals meet for their annual halloween ball. The elegant undead dancers glide under the pale moon, and the skeletons rattle their bones. Don’t mind the zombies; they’ll just shuffle around, but they do their best. Won’t you join them on this frightful night?

HalloweenSergiiVasylchenko

It’s getting spooky around here, and all the ghouls and goblins are coming out to play, causing all kinds of mischief and mayhem. Sure, those puckish little gremlins are entertaining at first, but pretty soon they’ll be wrecking the whole neighborhood. In the meantime, this aptly-named track makes a great backdrop for all your halloween misadventures.

Evil Dark Metal Alex Paul

Under the red moon a dark rider on a pale horse rises from the fires of hell, standing ready with an army of undead. Alright, so I’m being a bit dramatic, but what’s halloween without a little brash embellishment? This track certainly calls to mind a sense of dread and doom, perfect for your over the top bad guys.

Ghost HuntersGuidoNegraszus

It’s like CSI: Halloween edition, perfect for investigating all sorts of ghostly hauntings and strange supernatural occurrences. Things that go bump in the night better beware, because we won’t rest until these mysteries are put to bed. Well, not me anyways; I’ll hang back here and “supervise” while you guys check out that haunted house. I’m not scared or anything, I’m just allergic to cobwebs, dust, and terrifying monsters. You got this.

The DJ vs The VampireFoldySongs

Bring halloween into the future with this banging drum and bass track, perfect for fighting cartoon zombies and animated ghouls alike. Whether you’re a time-traveling duo fighting space vampires on the moon, or a crypt-diver facing down a reawakened mummy in retro-futuristic New York (why not?), this track will keep your blood racing and guns blazing long enough to outlast any post-apocalyptic nightmares. What time is it? Zombie killin’ time.

FearsAcousticMusicProductions

On edge yet? Well I am, and let me tell you this track isn’t calming my nerves at all. It’s eerie, discordant, and just plain unsettling. It evokes a sense of confusion and bewilderment, and as the piano drifts and clangs around, you really get the feeling that something isn’t right here. Is that little girl in the corner supposed to be here? Who’s blood is that wall covered in? My invitation says dinner party, but I’m pretty sure this is a haunted house. I did not sign up for this.

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

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

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 28

  1. “Ukulele for My Baby” – Geoffrey Wilson

Sometimes really cheesy sayings come to mind and I hesitate to say them, but in this case, such a lovely, solo ukulele stock music track makes me think of the simple things in life.

  1. “Funky Summer” – Digital_Harmony

Oh man, if this 1970’s sounding funk doesn’t bring back those long summer nights NOTHING will. A grooving bassline and horn punches make for a great rhythm section to break it all down on the dance floor.

  1. “Dream Chaser” – ZevWMusic

Have you ever wanted to be in the love scene of an awesome 1980’s movie? I have but there’s limited casting calls for fruits. However, if I close my eyes and listen to this sweet, sweet 1980’s love song I can picture everything.

  1. “The Finish Line” – macaent

This is as great track. At first you think you are about to walk into a royal hall with classical violins playing in the background and then BAM, you’re actually in a pop music video featuring a royal hall!

  1. “Fat Groove” – BeatheBeat

I picture two dudes pulling up to a burger joint in an all black GTO with this bluesy, rocking stock music track blaring in the background. Trust me, this would be the essence of cool.

  1. “Fanfare” – Charlotte Wrinch

If you’re planning on hitting the open road and traveling the world, this is the perfect world stock music track for you. “Fanfare” combines just the right amount of acoustic and folk elements with Brazilian percussion to put a smile on your face and roll the windows down.

  1. “Circles of Life” – Jonathan Wright

Sometimes it is okay to just drift off into yourself. Mr. Wright takes you on a thoughtful ride into the circle of life. I can think of myself as a tiny seed, a growing fruit, a ripe man, and finally, a wrinkled, dry-aged Guava.

  1. “Vitamins” – Jeremy G

There’s something to be said for slow, spacious rock and roll. Mr. G takes us back a couple of BPM’s to really produce that dark, laid back alternative vibe we all need sometimes when life is cruising by too fast.

  1. “Comically Romantic” – Efrem Scacco

I can totally picture a comically romantic scene with this acoustic, bossa nova stock music track in the background. Better yet, I can basically picture all of my dates at the Mixed Fruit Bowl Bar & Grill I’ve been on this past year.

  1. “Fuga Bembe” – DanielBarry

I will cap this playlist off with one of Tunefruit’s more unusual additions but nevertheless, equally as good. This orchestral stock track has an improvisational flow between order/chaos, consonance/dissonance and restraint/freedom. Definitely worth the full listen.

“Loving it” Weekly June 9th Playlist with Guava, Tunefruit’s Stock Music Specialist

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“Loving It” Week Five

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

1. “Stars in Your Hands” – MaxRazumov

Just woke up and this was the first track I played. Thank you Max. I feel like I’m running a marathon. Forget the coffee. I’m so pumped right now.

2. “Seguirillas de la Zingara” – Rocio Gomez

What in the? How in the? Listen to that nylon guitar! Do you have robotic fingers Rocio??? What beauty and elegance! Well I’m off to cut little eye holes out of black cloth and play Zorro…

3. “We Were Heroes” – GuidoNegraszus

You’re still my hero, GuidoNegraszus. Did you just write the score for “X-Men: Days of Future Past”? I think you did despite the credits because I just heard an EPIC action/adventure score.

4. “Widow’s Walk” – MarcBeasley

I’m riding into the sunset on my faithful steed (bareback, duh, saddles are for whimps). My friends have fallen, but I live to see another day. HEEYAH! *closing credits*

5. “Moonlit Meadows” – ClausGahrn

Claus has completely captured the feeling of weightless drifting. Basically I’m Sandra Bulluck spinning in space in Gravity waiting for George Clooney to save me (who doesn’t want that?).

6. “Memories of Life” – RubenLozano

Somebody get me a box of tissues ASAP. Ruben! You’ve diminished me to tears. It’s going to take some time for me to gather back my emotions. They’re currently pooling on my keyboard.

7. “Alhamdulillah” – Geoffrey Wilson

Don’t have the time, money or resources to travel to the Middle East? Look no further! Close your eyes, and let Geoffrey sweep you away or hey, just envision me belly dancing. Look out!

8. “The Last Word” BeatheBeat

An enchanting song right here. Took me back to the days when moving boxes became kingdoms and fallen tree limbs were wands. There’s a little kid in all of us still I’ll bet.

9. “Cruising Altitude” – DeskSpace

Summer time is here people! DeskSpace, you’ve managed to capture my dream summer in a song – top down, cruising in an old school mustang with vintage, Wayfarer sunglasses.

10. “Desert Sunrise” – ZevWMusic

Take me back to my tribal roots Zev! This tracks embodies spiritual cleansing, and I’m on board after all those donuts I just housed. Bring on the latest organic juice craze!