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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Driven by an easygoing picking pattern, “Now the Work Begins” offers a joyous, bustling arrangement of acoustic instruments. Use this track to give your project an uplifting vibe.

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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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Whimsical and full of life, “Good Things” is a lighthearted acoustic track riddled with hand percussion. Use it to give your project a bright, mirthful sound and a steady rhythm.

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Glitched-out and easygoing, “Electrophonic” features sporadic arpeggiator sequences, distorted drums, and other fun sounds. Through its multiple progressions, the song maintains a steady pace and intensity — making it an ideal choice for background music. Use this track to give your project a light-hearted, quirky vibe.

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This organic, low-key tune keeps things simple, featuring only acoustic guitar, piano, bass, and organ. “Before the Fall” can help you communicate emotion in your video — without overpowering the scene or distracting your audience.

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Lackadaisical drums and a groovy guitar riff drive the first 30 seconds of “Quadra.” Then organ and bass join the mix for a measure before the seamless loop shifts to a more organic arrangement of acoustic guitar, woodwinds, and cello.

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This light-hearted tune in 3/4 time features acoustic guitar, bass, drums, horns, glockenspiel, and accordion. And since it’s a seamless loop, you can keep the fun playing on repeat.

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Need something a little different? “Queen of Quiet” features a rotary melody, eastern guitar harmonies, simple percussion, and more. It’s pretty fun.

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