Between the punchy marimba and caffeinated percussion, “Alter Ego” is probably best described as organized chaos. This song may not fit neatly into any one genre. But it’ll certainly make your project sound bright and energetic.

“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.

Bob your head along to “New Normal.” Comprised of synthesizers and drum machine, this retro electronic piece will give whatever you’re working on a delightfully innocent sound.

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

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.

Crisp acoustic guitar, carefree banjo, and dynamic percussion give “Wonderland” a strong, sunny sound. Try using the friendly tune to brighten your next project.

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.

“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.

After a gradual and emotional build up, “The Healer” blooms into a rich, full-bodied arrangement of classical instruments. Use this track to imbue your testimonial videos with a strong sense of opportunity and achievement.