Soulful and satisfied, “Cruisin'” follows a feel-good piano melody that’s supported by funky guitar riffs, a jazzy bass line, and a groovy beat.

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Combining a bluesy guitar riff with beefy distortion and punchy drums, “Making Mayhem” is a rebellious rock ‘n’ roll tune with a bad attitude.

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With playful percussion, smooth lead guitar, bright piano, and a family-friendly acoustic melody, “There’s Magic in the Air” is jolly enough for a Christmas project (but also generic enough for non-holiday work, too).

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Raw power and loud guitars succumb to an amorphous, ambient flow in “Mercurial Tendencies.” Use the juxtaposed arrangements to create contrast in your project.

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An immersive ebb of ambient guitar and synthesizer, “Chart a Course” is in no hurry. Use this song’s sweeping swells and cavernous echoes to give your project a peaceful, yet majestic sound.

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Busy — but not overbearing — “Old Patterns” is a ’90s-era rock tune featuring guitar, organ, bass, and drums. Try using it to energize your next project.

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An unfettered garage rock song, “Finish Line” features fuzzy guitars, pulsating bass, accented drums, and bright piano. The track follows a fairly predictable progression, breaking in the middle for a slightly softer bridge.

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“Warm Nights, City Lights” features a spirited mix of acoustic instruments, including guitar, drums, and harmonica. Use it to give your project a cordial, down-to-earth sound reminiscent of summer nights on the town.

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Featuring funky percussion and bubbly guitar riffs, “Relativity” is a fun indie rock song that could add a little pep to your project. Plus, the track’s two versatile arrangements present a number of creative possibilities.

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