Dance Party

Here are some of our selections that are suitable for dance/club scenes…because we all want to dance like no one is looking! Go gettem’!

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Knova (Warped Passages)
Fluttering synths and buzzing keyboards adorn a syncopated and aggressive drum groove
Sleek, sexy hip-hop instrumental that's perfect for club scenes or the backdrop to a house party. Also a solid fit for sleek advertisement campaigns.
Hip Hop beats that you can't resist dancing to as a backdrop for a Joe Satriani-esque guitar solo that starts off innocently before building up to an aggressive funky jam
Repetitive melody in the bass. Fluttering piano melody offset by a menacing bass line.
The Noisy Soul (The Noisy Soul) ** instrumental version **
Fun and upbeat music with infectious beats, flickering guitars, and plenty of twists and turns. Sounds like a futuristic dance party!
Mellow finger-style guitar treatment, gives the impression of someone travelling in the country. Gives off the feeling of someone going away from home for a long time. Good for open road cross country driving scenes.
Poppy electronic instrumental. Features funky guitars, four-on-the-floor drums, hand claps, and a whole lotta synths. Great for dance scenes or for adding a jolt of energy!
Sinister sounding bass, syncopated percussion, and epic synth melodies comprise this sci-fi sounding electronica song. Sounds like the hero's last stand in a movie like Tron.
Electronic song with a four on the floor beat, a heavy repeating bassline, a gradual buildup, and slushy synths. Could be perfect accompaniment for models on the runway strutting their stuff!
Aversion Theory (Welcome To Your Life)
This song comes on like a burst of adrenaline! Features driving beats, a rubbery bassline, and some aggressive guitars that are sure to keep your blood pumping!
SM2 (Strange Symmetry)
A Tango that should've been written Quentin Tarantino. A back and forth between a male and female character planning and pulling off a heist. Sounds like Dresden Dolls meet Santana
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