Energetic dance pop track. Poppy synth melodies ensure an upbeat, vibrant feel over a stomping 4 on the floor club beat. Filled out with reversed synth pads and funk guitar, it takes its main theme and constantly varies it to keep the interest high, but also making it perfect to cut up into smaller useable chunks for specific projects. Bright, youthful and positive.
Upbeat dance pop track with an unusual flavour. Over a standard dance beat, two things stand out: the reversed strummed electric guitar rhythm and the Arabic sounding melodic lead. Separately, you wouldn't bat an eyelid, but in the context of an anthemic club banger, it lends a distinct, yet subtle taste of something unexpected and a little different. A happy, good time tune which rises and drops to build intensity.
Dancefloor EDM with a softer side. Falling right in the middle ground between anthemic banger and chillout trance makes it a very useable track, featuring lots of synth and effects over a club beat, enhanced by background piano and guitar. Softer verses and harder choruses add contrast and overall it has a light, summery party feeling with a cooler, classy vibe.
Upbeat dance pop tune. Stylistically modern, with hints of club disco, it's based on a bouncy, popping lead melody over a house beat. Variety comes fom the accompaniment - whether electric guitar, synth pads or looped keyboard progressions. A gentle swell effect on the beat enhances the pumping feel of the track and overall, it gives off just enough club vibe, just enough summer vibe and just enough elegant vibe to hook you into its catchy, melodic groove.
Upbeat EDM pop with an old school techno influence. Slightly commercial sounding with a video game drive to it, it has a gentler sounding tempo thanks to the steady beat but no lack of energy with big synth chord patterns and leads, and fun, positive spirit. Sprinkled with fast arps and enhanced by gated effects, it's a solid, clean and catchy electro pop track.
Quirky upbeat mix of synth based EDM - think New Order meets hard house. And then add a heavily reverbed whistled melody on top, and let loose the 80s tones through the arpeggiator. Fun, slightly tongue-in-cheek, and definitely banging, if not barking.