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.

Thanks for Playing

What do you get when you mix a bold beat, flute, and Transformer sounds? The laid back yet eclectic tune that is “Thanks for Playing.” As a seamless loop, this track will accommodate a wide range of projects.

Does Not Compute

With a menacing synthesizer riff, “Does Not Compute” is an edgy electronic piece that could heighten the sense of energy and danger in your next project.

Modern Age

Beginning with a bit-crushed beat and staticky synthesizer, “Modern Age” is one of a kind. Halfway through, the electronic arrangement unexpectedly breaks for a dramatic classical interlude. The two styles then join together for an epic finale.

The Void

An entrancing, wobbly loop anchors this reverberating synthetic piece as ambient pads and distant hand drums round out the arrangement. “The Void” would serve well as a trippy background song for a psychedelic or experimental project.


Piano, cello, and flute come together to form a mournful medley in “Matriarch.” But, after a brief pause, the song shifts sentiments, assuming a more optimistic outlook.

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.

(Many Other Functions)

About halfway through, this relatively inconspicuous electronic track turns into what’s probably the closest thing to dub step I’ve ever made — largely thanks to a dirty saw synth wobble. That said, it’s still pretty mild. You can think of “(Many Other Functions)” as a gateway dub step tune: edgy, yet still gentle enough for general audiences.