A tune of fright and delight, “Munsters” centers around a menacing piano melody. Church organ and theremin give the song a paranormal vibe, while an uncomplicated drum beat ties it all together.

Witching Hour

Full of thrills and chills, “Witching Hour” is a spooky soundtrack with sneaky undertones. The song opens with a busy mix of eclectic instruments and paranormal sound effects before downshifting to a jazzy arrangement in 3/4 time. Then, after a blood-curdling scream, the tune returns to its mischievous motif.

The Homestead

Built atop a picked acoustic guitar riff, “The Homestead” features banjo, upright bass, hand percussion, and other folky instruments. The earthy song follows a relatively predictable structure, trading a darker progression in the verses for a more uplifting arrangement in the chorus.

False Spring

Centering around bright banjo and brush-played drums, “False Spring” begins with a gradual, uplifting crescendo which gives way to an energetic refrain full of character. These two progressions then repeat, ultimately finishing with a triumphant arrangement featuring trumpet.


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.

There’s Magic in the Air

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).

Mercurial Tendencies

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

The Jig Is Up

With a simple xylophone melody as its backbone, this track’s emotional theme seesaws between resignation and hope. Meanwhile, a strong, steady beat and acoustic instruments keep “The Jig Is Up” consistent, yet novel.

Old Patterns

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.