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Elisabeth Myers, Simon Prentice
30 Sec, 60 Sec
Big acid bass basslines which builds up into a catchy synth part.
Uptempo electronic piece with catchy lead synth and lots of different synth fills.
Jack Danson, Simon Prentice
30 Sec, Underscore
Cheerful, carefree, sunny & wholesome
Jonathan Young, Robert Wills, Steve England
Lifestyle & leisure
Gentle, heart warming and simple. Perfect for those lighter moments
Happy, optimistic with a guitar start and end and a driving centre section.
Josh Shirt, Steve England
30 Sec, 60 Sec, Extended
Feel good, beautiful, warm, positive music
Summery acoustic guitar sounds
John Hyde, Steve England
Bubbling, positive, cheerful, building, light
Simple, acoustic guitar, warm, friendly, chilled, laid back
Alan Watson, Steve England
Chilled out 60s groove, Tony Hatch/Petula Clarke
30 Sec, 60 Sec, Elements, Other
Popping the tweeters with this TOP 40 sweet summer......hmmmm...sound! Extra Christmas mix also available
30 Sec, 60 Sec, Extended, Underscore
warm, optimistic, glistening, rippling
30 Sec, 60 Sec, Other, Extended, Underscore
Pushy, chart, up, clubby, bouncy
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