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.

Foreign Body

Though it starts with a somber chord progression, “Foreign Body” ultimately launches into an exhilarating electronic arrangement. Give your project a jolt with fast piano arpeggios, oscillating synthesizers, and a danceable drum beat.

Optimistic Nihilist

Mixing the cheerful timbre of marimba with a melancholy melody, “Optimistic Nihilist” suggests both surrender and opportunity. The song has two main progressions. The second of these introduces an enthusiastic arrangement of harmonica and acoustic guitar.

The Dogan

After an unassuming intro, “The Dogan” bursts forth with an invigorating arrangement of pronounced drums, acoustic guitar, choir vocals, and various electronic instruments. Use this track to give your project energy with a side of personality.


Bright, bitcrushed, and — let’s be honest — a little bizarre, “Handy” begins with a vintage drum machine, a mellotron choir, and a funky vocal sample I stumbled upon. The song’s build is slow and steady, culminating with the addition of acoustic guitar and sub-bass. Use this track to give your project an ironic or comedic sound. (Or just to make your audience wonder, “What is she saying?”)

Fenced In

Beginning with a moody scale performed on an acoustic guitar, “Fenced In” grows gradually with synth bass, banjo, and an electronic beat before transitioning into a brighter, more uplifting arrangement. This repeats before the song closes on a darker note with rapid banjo fingerpicking and aggressive guitar strumming. This song is a seamless loop.

The Forbidden Forest

“The Forbidden Forest” offers epic orchestral instrumentation — including woodwinds, brass, strings, choir vocals, and percussion — with sinister undertones. Use it to give your project a magical, mysterious sound.

Beginning of the End

“Beginning of the End” is an eccentric trip hop tune featuring downtempo trademarks — such as lo-fi drum machine, sub-bass synth, and electric piano — plus a few surprises (hello, opera vocals).


A cinematic piano ballad, “Run” features a myriad of instruments, including strings, acoustic guitar, drums, horns, and more. These layer gradually until reaching a crescendo. The song then ends with the original, sole piano melody.


“Flaws” is a simple and consistent tune that can complement — rather than distract from — other elements of your project. And there’s a little surprise at the end. Because who doesn’t like a good surprise?