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Chocolate in the pocket - convenient, yet not without risk. Heat gathers in pockets as well, and is a natural enemy of chocolate. If you transport chocolate via pocket, be sure to do so with caution and expediency - and check your pockets before you do laundry! Featuring a jazz quartet of piano, upright bass, brushed drum kit, and muted trumpet.
Topics: jazz, improvisation, mixed meter
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Sierpiński's triangle, like all fractals, contains multitudes. What happens if those multitudes are rendered sonically? You get blues within blues within blues... Featuring a compact jazz band of piano, upright bass, bass trombone, baritone and tenor saxophones, trumpets, and drum kit. Inspired by the harp-based fractal song by @RandomDavis.
Topics: jazz, blues, experimental
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When you venture out, beware! Conventional concerns include lions, tigers, and bears, but more exotic risks lurk in unknown lands. Hic sunt dracones - here be dragons - and their wobbly wily ways. Featuring orchestral strings, brass, low woodwinds, piano, harp, drums, synthesizers, vocals, and effects.
Topics: orchestral, epic, fusion
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Fortune can refer to riches, or taking chances - and Iritjinga offers both. What will a journey there yield? Featuring orchestral strings, string quartet, brass, woodwinds, harp, taiko drums, female vocalists, synthesizer, and NASA sound sample.
Topics: epic, orchestra, strings
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What will emerge from the jack-in-the-box? A jester named Jack, or a dog wearing socks? The dog would prefer to instead have a bone. Confused, the dog waits, until he hears the phone. Featuring synthesizer, drum machine, music box, piano and voice with effects, choir, wine glasses, and samples of people using walkie-talkies.
Topics: atmospheric, experimental, synthesizer
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Sometimes, things don't quite add up - or perhaps they do, just not as expected. Yet despite unevenness, one can still emote, and play the blues. Featuring a jazz quartet of piano, drum kit, upright bass, and muted trumpet.
Topics: blues, jazz, improvisation
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Every foot is unique, and accordingly so is every shoe. Some shoes are for lounging, others for hiking, others for dancing - and some shoes are just plain old outgoing. Featuring a salsa band of trumpet, trombone, saxophone, percussion, piano, bass, marimba, and backing singers.
Topics: acoustic, world, salsa
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She sells sea shells by the sea side. She sees spare shells surface as the sea subsides. She snags sea shells, swiftly setting them aside. Queen of sea shells, will the tide abide? Featuring recordings of the sea organ in Zadar, Croatia - a series of pipes powered by the waves - and other atmospheric ambience centered around harp plucks.
Topics: atmospheric, harp
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The movement of an amoeba may seem mere randomness - Brownian motion through an indifferent space. We believe our own machinations to be much cleverer, an improvement over the past. Are we in fact so sophisticated? Consider your own perturbations, while listening to this deliberation of a clever amoeba. Featuring a jazz trio of piano, drum kit, and upright bass.
Topics: piano, jazz, improvisation
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Ready... start... go! But - make sure you stay on track. Going goes faster when you're working with physics, not against it. This quasi-soundtrack for an imagined racing game features instruments (sax, brass, drums, and more) sampled from SNES and other video game consoles.
Topics: videogame, jazz, chiptune
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My salad days, / When I was green in judgment, cold in blood, / To say as I said then.
Topics: clarinet, jazz, dixie, improvisation
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Cosmic origin - poetic, mysterious... and violent. Their force is not emotional or personal - stars care not for you or I. But force they have nonetheless, destroying and creating in the same act. Featuring flute, orchestra, synthesizers, plucked strings, solo female voice, and an appropriately destructive bass.
Topics: synthesizer, orchestral, fusion, flute
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Emotional reactions are a function of personal context - experience, maturity, and wisdom. Regardless of where one falls on any spectrum, for particular events - they feel strongly. This cinematic track features orchestra, female vocalist, bass guitar, bass clarinet, and a variety of synths and effects.
Topics: atmospheric, dark, epic
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What's more dapper than being fashionably late? Being fashionably absent, of course! The chic of being a no-show, the hotness of playing hooky - to be truly in vogue, you must vanish. Featuring horns, drum kit, human drum kit, piano, electric piano, bass guitar, slap bass guitar, female vocals, strings, pads, flute, and effects.
Topics: jazz, experimental, drums
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Prayer for Ukraine - featuring clarinet.
Topics: clarinet, solo, improvisation
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Look ahead, see behind, and reverse, in your mind. Feeling and folly are what you will find. Prospective perspective perceives and portends, seeing things beyond what might be the end. Whither is wisdom, and what works will last? Look to the future, remember the past. Featuring clarinet.
Topics: clarinet, solo, improvisation
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Hang on. Hang out. Hang low. Hangman. Hang up. Hang glide. Hang by a thread. Hang a huey. Hang a louie. Hang a u-ie. Hang about. Hang back. Hang behind. Hang nail. Hang in effigy. Hang ten. Hang over. Hang of it. Hang noodles on your ears. Hang it all. Hang your hat. Hang a right. Hang in there. Hang out your shingle. Hang out to dry. Featuring electric guitar, drums, upright bass, and vocal pads.
Topics: improvisation, atmospheric, guitar
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Sitting around. Sighing for no reason, and every reason. General Ennui is not affected by the usual effects. Desultory joy heightens epithetic doldrums. But General Ennui does not merely suffer from nominative determinism - considering the cosmos, ennui is a state through which all passes. General Ennui is, because ennui is general. Featuring orchestral strings and brass, synth leads and plucks, percussion, guitar, laughter, and effects.
Topics: synthesizer, orchestral, dark
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This track reimagines Sergei Rachmaninoff's moving chorale, Bogoroditse Devo, using the signature sound of the Mellotron. It is in homage to Isao Tomita, one of the first to take classical music and recreate it with electronic technology.
Topics: vocal, electronic, classical
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Either you oscillate the funk, or the funk oscillates you. Featuring synthesized drums, bass, keys, lead, and a somewhat plucky solo.
Topics: jazz, funk, synthesis, improvisation
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When you go to a coffee shop, you've got a latte of options. You espresso yourself, and your choices bean a lot. Me? I'll have some spice on my foam, too. Featuring a jazz quartet of clarinet, piano, brushed drums, and upright bass.
Topics: acoustic, jazz, improvisation
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As long as there is fuel, burning sustains. As long as burning sustains, burning spreads. As long as burning spreads, burning suffers. Beware the slow burn. Featuring piano, electric bass, guitars, and drum kit.
Topics: rock, electric guitar, piano
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Some music is for listening, and some is for moving. The salsero glides for the guaracha, and moves for the mambo. May the music spark you to move as well. Featuring voice, piano, baby bass, tenor sax, trombone, trumpet, and lots of percussion.
Topics: salsa, world, acoustic
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Life is largely water - perhaps that is why youth has long been fabled to come in fountain form. It is true that the right salves and ointments go a long way - but beware promises that give all and require little. Like a reflection in a fountain, they may look pleasing, but vanish when pressed. Featuring orchestral strings and woodwinds, synthesizers, flute, piano, drums, and birds.
Topics: orchestral, synthesizer, fusion
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The early bird gets the worm, but the early snake gets the bird. The sunrise serpent is a dawn diner, devouring ill-fated fowl and other hapless critters. A subtle predator, it blends in and lurks behind, often only observed after it strikes. Featuring bass flute, bassoon, violin, cello, shakers, piano, and a bird-like backing orchestra and synthesizer groove.
Topics: acoustic, orchestral, atmospheric
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Some things begin, and then - stretch on. You expect a resolution, yet instead receive reverberant reflections. Wandering, meandering, bordering on redundancy - an elongated epic. Featuring violin, bassoon, clarinet, low woodwinds, orchestral strings and brass, taiko drum, drum kit, shaker, electric bass, piano, synthesizers, and effects.
Topics: orchestral, synthesizer, epic
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You may think that "big oil" is a dubious business today, but what about back when they were actually making the stuff? Come learn about the sordid details of the Cambrian period, when trilobites ruled and the sophisticated life emerged. Maybe this is what threw the Devonian Dervish off his whirl... This track features some aggressive synthesizers, electric guitar, bass, and drums.
Topics: rock, synthesis, improvisation
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As old as time and cold as space - the Sentinel is watching. Patrolling the depths and surveilling from afar - the Sentinel is watching. Seeing all in its unending journey - the Sentinel is watching. Featuring guitar, choir, synthesizer, orchestra, drums, and shaker.
Topics: orchestral, synthesizer, atmospheric
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Grains of sand are both transient and permanent. They last, and spread, and shift, and vanish. We are told sand keeps footprints, warned not to build on it - yet in its unsettled nature it will outlast us all. Featuring clarinet and four notes.
Topics: acoustic, improvisation, unaccompanied
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Most music needs bass, and much features strings as well - but what happens if you drop the R? Stings express a specific contrast, a distinct delivery that sticks out yet balances. Featuring bass, keys, synths, french horns, brushed drum kit, percussion, and effects.
Topics: waltz, synthesizer, experimental
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If you're going out in a blaze of glory, Chariots on Fire is one way to get there. Driven by inflammation and galvanized by heat, you can be sure these steeds will swiftly carry you towards whatever may be ahead. Featuring SampleScience Pianotone 600, piano, drums, and orchestral strings, brass, and woodwinds.
Topics: synthesizer, soundtrack, orchestral
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Fruit has great nutrition to behold, or at least that is what we are told. Consume it for your health, gain nutrients to fortify yourself. Does this hold true regardless of hue? Let us ask a banana, blue. Featuring 60s-inspired electric guitar, bass, drums, whistlers, harmonica, studio strings, and keys.
Topics: rock, improvisation, electric
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Emerging from an unknown place. Claims of a superior race. The greatest threat we will face. An experience we cannot erase. Ants in my Pants. Featuring synthesizers, voice, large drums, and piano.
Topics: synthesizer, vocal, scary
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Wave-particle duality is amazing, and enables us to explain light without it needing a medium to pass through. Yet there is still an odd romance to the old notions of such a luminiferous aether, as if it would be a physical manifestation of notions of universal connectedness and commonality. It may not actually exist, but that need not limit our imagination. Featuring atmospheric choral and percussive sounds, bamboo, strings, acoustic guitar, and electric guitar with seemingly infinite reverb.
Topics: electronic, atmospheric, experimental
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If you find yourself in Brazil in winter, it is wise to be prepared - but not too prepared. It may be a touch brisk at times, but nothing a decent layer can't handle. There are still beaches, cafezinhos, and caipirinhas - just a few fewer folks afoot. This bossa-inspired track, appropriate for a sparsely populated beach, features acoustic guitar, percussion, electric bass, piano, tenor saxophone, and flute.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, world, bossa, improvisation
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Sometimes we start a thing, and end a thing, on a whim. Improvisational musings may not be bedrock, but they can be bookends - or, perhaps, slices of bread. In between, our more conventional creations can venture and grow, giving us an imagination sandwich. Featuring a spaced out piano, strings, trombones, solo violin, trumpet, clarinet, djembe, and crash cymbals.
Topics: experimental, orchestral, effects
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I was as right as I could be, to let you get away from me - I'll approve that move for as long as I'm living. And now you've come to see the light, us being apart is always right, so just say the word and tell me that I'm forgotten. This jazzy upbeat contrafact of Sérgio Mendes' "Never Gonna Let You Go" ("the most complex pop song of all time") features synthesizers, drum machine, and electric keys.
Topics: electronic, jazz, fusion
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The Funk has returned to its home planet in an attempt to rescue the beat from the clutches of the square conductor Arturo the Quick. Little do they know that Lord Harpsichord has secretly begun construction of a new mechanized instrument even more powerful than the first dreaded metronomes. When completed, this ultimate contraption will spell certain quantization for the small band of musicians struggling to restore funky freshness to the galaxy... Featuring flute, electric bass, jazz guitar,...
Topics: funk, jazz, improvisation
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Paul Desmond likely intended his seminal cool jazz work, "Take Five", to refer to taking a brief respite from labor. However, an alternative interpretation is that of taking multiple attempts to record a desired artistic feat. In that spirit, this work imagines a take that occurred slightly later in the session - two takes later, perhaps. Featuring a jazz quartet of piano, upright bass, drums, and clarinet.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation, odd meter, contrafact
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The beating heart of industry is now quantized - we've already asked who watches the watchers, but who will it be that builds the builders? Featuring a variety of synthesized sounds, pulsing both low and high with a robotic lead in between.
Topic: electronic
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As the existential ethos of humanity becomes trapped behind 5 inch pieces of glass, a new threat emerges - failing to connect despite omnipresent technological incitement. What is the proper response in a situation that inherently lacks response? Where else can the ego find solace when the possibility of external validation is curtailed? Featuring a variety of clicky, thumpy, and brassy sounds created by the phase distortion synthesizer Digits 2.
Topics: electronic, scary, atmospheric, improvisation
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Rain is the lifeblood of many ecosystems - dripping and pulsing through, spreading nutrients and life. While it may seem an uncomfortable inconvenience, we would do well to appreciate the value of this natural service. This short abstract soundscape features a variety of sampled and synthesized sounds, including rain, thunder, and a heartbeat bass.
Topics: ambient, atmospheric, synthesizer, electronic, soundscape
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Inspiration is fleeting - inhibited inspiration, doubly so. An idea, just out of grasp, is all the more exalted for its unattainability. But as those who create know, there is a gap between the idealized and the actualized. Featuring orchestra (strings, brass, percussion), drum kit, wine glasses, and nylon guitar.
Topics: orchestral, fusion, epic
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Blind mice are not the only things that come in three - music has often exhorted us to sing repeatedly, and this track continues that tradition. Featuring a jazz big band (sax, trumpet, trombone, upright bass, drums, electric guitar, and piano) with solo clarinet and vocals by the virtual singer Alys.
Topics: jazz, big band, vocal
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Ever dreamed of an evolutionarily inclined romantic getaway? Visit the Galápagos, home of tortoises, blue footed birds, and other things that can only really happen in an isolated environment without cats and rats. This light swing/jazz tune features a rhythm quartet (piano, bass, guitar, drums) and a clarinet. Enjoy!
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation
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Pigeons fly. Flight is travel. Travel makes you worldly. Reading is worldly. We should read to pigeons. Featuring orchestral strings and woodwinds, synthesizer, piano, solo piccolo, and effects.
Topics: orchestral, synthesizer, fantasy
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Size belies threat, as depth does danger. Enormity can intimidate, but also support. For an instance of the latter, consider the Gentle Giant. This freely improvised track features piano.
Topics: jazz, piano, improvisation
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You don't need a destination to have a reason to take a hike. A pleasant walk through a quiet forest glen is just the ticket for a relaxing afternoon, appreciating the simple things and seeing the appealing ones. Featuring clarinet, piano, upright bass, guitar, and brushed drums.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation
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Many people go many places in their life. Some go for obligations, others for pleasure, and others for a mix of the two. But wherever they go, a return to home is a welcome thing - especially when it is to be with those you are closest too. This original jazz waltz features a quartet of clarinet, piano, brushed drums, and upright bass.
Topics: acoustic, jazz, improvisation
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New Year’s Resolutions: (1) Exercise and so forth, (2) V6/4-V-I, (3) Forget about the above and enjoy this 5/4 swing clarinet rendition of Auld Lang Syne. The clarinet is accompanied by a jazz quartet (piano, drums, upright bass, and vibraphone), with a fireworks celebration at the end.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation, holiday
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With dagger-tipped tongue, the furtive feline ensures no smell will betray his clandestine endeavor. In moments of danger, cleanliness is all the more critical. Jump, pounce, slink, crouch - and time for a lick. Featuring alto sax, double bass, piano, and brushed drums.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, sax
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Showering on the Moon - and singing this happy tune! Sweep the dust away, gotta clean your suit today, then you can enjoy your afternoon! Featuring flute, upright bass, alto sax, piano, and drums.
Topics: children, upbeat, humor
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Come one, come all! Step right up! Marvel at the lassitude of infinitude, here at the Circus at the End of the Universe! Featuring a variety of sounds created by the open source synthesizer Surge, and a motif subliminally inspired by "Anitra's Dance" by Edvard Grieg.
Topics: electronic, synthesizer, improvisation
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The bagel at the bottom of the bag often receives additional flavor. With each bagel consumed, it becomes both closer and tastier, accumulating the detritus of its now-consumed bagel brethren. When finally reached, it has achieved the ultimate bagel nature - it is the foundational bagel. This bolero-inspired vaguely klezmer track features upright bass, snare drum, accordion, clarinet, and a yeehaw in space(aceaceace...).
Topics: improvisation, fusion, klezmer
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Na, na na, na nah na na, nanana NINJA CHICKEN! Enjoy this rocking track, featuring lead and rhythm electric guitars, bass, and chicken-worthy drums.
Topics: electric guitar, rock, distortion
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Not all discoveries lead to the expected - and not all changes are as they appear. What hath science wrought? And which is the greater beast? Behold: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde!
Topics: synthesizer, electronic, jazz, improvisation
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Social (n): Of or pertaining to society. Network (n): A fabric of threads, cords, or wires crossing each other at certain intervals. Brain (v): To dash out the brains of; to kill by beating out the brains. Hack (n): A notch; a cut. Featuring conventional and modular synthesizers, sub-bass, orchestral brass, flute, SNES-sampled alto sax, electric grand piano, and drum machine.
Topics: dark, surreal, improvisation
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Once upon a time there was a bunny. She enjoyed listening to trains, and one day she went to the train station so she could ride one. The conductor, Jack (who lived in a box), asked her what her favorite letter was, and she said R - R is for Bunny! Featuring toy piano, female vocalist, upright bass, drum kit, xylophone, whistles, a jack-in-the-box, and other toys and effects.
Topics: children, toys, upbeat
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Tumbling around - jostling for washhouse status. In this corner, weighing in at 67 grams, the protectors of the feet, the champions of the toes - Socks! In the other corner, weighing in at 55 grams, hailing from the nether regions, moving with a breezy agility - Boxers! Socks versus Boxers - the laundry matchup of the century. Featuring synthesizers, 808 drum machine, and electric guitar.
Topics: synthesizer, improvisation, 80s
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Trees, like you and me, can be shy - growing in a way that allows for gaps in their canopy. Lest we falsely anthropomorphize, note that hypotheses are that this is an adaptive behavior, born of practical reasons such as reducing wind damage or the spread of leaf-eating insects. But perhaps our shyness is practical too, and while it is more emotive than arboreal, it is nonetheless a kinship we can share. This track features piano and orchestra including strings, brass, and woodwinds.
Topics: orchestral, strings, brass, piano, woodwinds, drums
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No matter the time, no matter the season - red mixed with blue mixed with green. Whatever the shape, a blend that you squeeze in - yellow and orange make the scene. Purple, taupe, aquamarine, and many more shades that are to be seen. The result, a luster with splendorous sheen - color rhymes with reason. Featuring saxophone, electric guitar, piano, drum kit, bass, funk horns, and strings.
Topics: funk, acoustic, sax
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Coming soon - something big. Something so big that your very range of perception is inadequate. To fully appreciate the enormity of this imminent arrival, an eminent increase in aspirational perspicacity is highly advisable. Strive - and you just might expand your horizons. Featuring full orchestra, world percussion, electric guitar, and synthesizers.
Topics: orchestral, electronic, fusion
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Cracking its shell. Entering the world. Fluffy and yellow. A chicken unfurled. Featuring ska-style trumpets, electric guitar, drums, and an expressive distorted guitar lead.
Topics: ska, trumpet, synthesizer, aggressive, improvisation, solo, electric, chicken
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There are creeks in this world - and then there is Almosta Creek. Figuratively bubbling with aquatic potential, Almosta Creek is a stream for dreamers and idealists. What watery stories will occur along its erstwhile babbling brook? Featuring guitar, accordion, bass, drums, vocal mmms, and harmonica.
Topics: guitar, jazz, harmonica
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Repeated themes (repeated themes) belie complexity (belie complexity) - higher order (high order) induces simplicity (induces simplicity). Featuring trumpet and bass synthesized via the open source software Helm.
Topics: classical, electronic, fusion
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What classic style will never die? The super cool tie-dye bow tie! Its blend of colors will catch your eye. When you wear it, you'll feel sky-high! This 60s-inspired track features acoustic guitar, upright bass, Hammond Solovox and B3 organs, drums, violins, and shakers.
Topics: rock, psychedelic, organ
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Honk honk honk honk honk honk honk, honk honk honk. Honk honk - honk honk honk honk honk? Honk honk honk honk (honk honk) honk honk honk honk honk honk! Featuring piano, synthesizer, electric guitar, drum machine, extended violin techniques, bathtub impacts, vox, geese, and effects. Cover image using transfer learning with ImageNet and "The Starry Night" by Vincent van Gogh.
Topics: experimental, electronic, atmospheric
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Sloth - adjective and noun. Standard sloths come with a certain quantity of toes. But what if there is a variety we have discounted? We are all capable of lethargy, and all share common ancestors - perhaps, behind our more active exterior, we too are sloths. Featuring aggressive drums, synthesized sounds, bass electric guitar, piano, orchestra, and choir.
Topics: synthesizer, orchestral, fusion
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Behavioral ambiguity merits linguistic enigmas - and felines have both in spades. The meaning of a meow can be many things, and the Cat with a K has mastered such multifaceted expressiveness. Listen carefully, and you may hear the desires and dreams of those around you. Featuring trumpet, piccolo, backing singers and horns, drum kit, and electric guitar, bass, and keys.
Topics: trumpet, electric guitar, keys
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Now hiring - princess rescuer. Must be able to jump several times own height. Skull should be of comparable hardness to brick and other masonry. There will be a drug test (active psychedelics in the system make for a significantly stronger candidate). Expertise in tubes and piping systems also a plus. To apply, please visit the nearest ominously looming tower in your vicinity. This videogame-inspired track has elements of bossa and jazz, and features 8-bit style sounds synthesized by Z3TA+ 2.
Topics: electronic, jazz, improvisation
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Frogs poison, frogs cure, frogs party - and they are sure to bring cake. Celebrating the release of Happy Birthday into the public domain, this gypsy jazz style track features acoustic guitar, bass, drums, and clarinet.
Topics: jazz, improvisation, acoustic
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Keen-edged cutlery may be flashier, but sometimes a smoother approach has greater effect. Consider the romance of Jimmy the Spoon - unlike his pointier counterpart, he need not hide his true nature. This swinging tune features a brassy big band and solo clarinet.
Topics: jazz, big band, acoustic, improvisation, contrafact
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Helter skelter, muddy buddy. Up up down down. Mussy fussy, fuddy duddy. Left right left right. Be a Jitter Critter, moving in unpredictable ways, obfuscating analysis and embracing individuality. Featuring Samples From Mars Kawaii Dreams and 727.
Topics: synthesizer, easy, electronic
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The sun gets most of the credit, but we owe a lot to the moon. It has stirred our tides, sheltered us from asteroids, guided us at night - and inspired us to reach into the beyond it represents. We are fortunate to have such a companied in our journey through the depths of space. Featuring full string orchestra.
Topics: strings, acoustic, orchestral
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What's that, in the corner of the carton? There's an egg that is unlike its shelled brethren. An egg that stands out, and has a unique fate. Though a tad overwhelmed, this egg will nevertheless strive and embrace the journey ahead. Super Egg Go! Featuring synthesizers, distorted electric bass, drums, strings, and assorted effects.
Topics: electronic, experimental, surreal