“Open Road” is a folk tune with attitude. Following a standard ABAB song form, the arrangement features acoustic guitar, bass, drums, and accordion.

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Beginning with a bit-crushed beat and staticky synthesizer, “Modern Age” is one of a kind. Halfway through, the electronic arrangement unexpectedly breaks for a dramatic classical interlude. The two styles then join together for an epic finale.

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After a dark and escalating intro, “From the Ashes” transforms into an uplifting ballad of acoustic instruments in 3/4 time. Use this unpretentious tune to elevate your project with a sense of beauty.

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An entrancing, wobbly loop anchors this reverberating synthetic piece as ambient pads and distant hand drums round out the arrangement. “The Void” would serve well as a trippy background song for a psychedelic or experimental project.

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Beginning with simple harmonies, “Causal Loop” blossoms into a rich, uplifting tapestry of guitar, bass, synthesizer, and an electronic beat. Before the song ends, however, it trades this hopeful arrangement for an eerie, minor melody.

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Piano, cello, and flute come together to form a mournful medley in “Matriarch.” But, after a brief pause, the song shifts sentiments, assuming a more optimistic outlook.

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“Silver Star” pulls no punches. The fast-paced rock song features a lively mix of guitar, bass, drums, and synthesizer in 3/4 time. Use it when your project needs a little extra spunk.

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A hypnotic seamless loop, “Afternoon Ride” is a chill electronic tune. Use the arrangement’s catchy lead riff, turntable scratches, and other interesting sounds to mesmerize your audience.

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“One Day” consists of two progressions. The first is an uplifting arrangement in 3/4 time. The song then changes to a 4/4 time signature and gets a little folkier with a twangy banjo line and wistful string accompaniment.

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