“Stop-and-Go” combines two distinctive yet cohesive fusion progressions. The song begins and ends with an exciting and gritty funk rock arrangement. But sandwiched in between is a gentler jazzy number with dynamic piano, saxophone, and Latin undertones.


“Elevation” is a fun folk song built atop an uplifting acoustic guitar progression. When you want your project to feel more optimistic, give this bright tune a try.


Rev up your project with “Checkmate.” Dueling guitars and driving drums give this high-energy rock song its forceful, rabble-rousing sound.

The Shallows

Lean and mean, “The Shallows” will make your projects more lively. The short but intense rock tune features distorted guitars, fuzzy bass, and meaty drums.

Long-Distance Caller

If grunge and pop had a love child, it might sound something like “Long-Distance Caller.” It combines many signature sounds of early nineties rock — such as a detuned chorus effect and heavy distortion on guitars — with an uplifting chord structure.

Causal Loop

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.

Silver Star

“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.


Beginning with a simple intro, “Impromptu” launches into a friendly, sunny arrangement of synthesizers, drums, and guitar. Use this song to give your project a unique, slightly quirky sound.


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.

Making Mayhem

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