New Library Alert: Style Trax
Just released a few weeks ago by our pals at Premier Tracks, this edgy new library features the latest sounds from an elite group of contemporary composers and musicians who work with today’s most successful music superstars! Premier calls it their “Heavy Hitters Music Library”. So buckle-in for the jaw-dropping sounds of Style Trax featuring the hottest ‘A List’ of collective talent you may ever encounter in a music library. Premier says Style Trax will adhere to an aggressive production schedule comprised of many eclectic genres.
Some of Style Trax’s talented composers have written and or produced music with such notable stars as: Jamaero Artis: Bass player for Bruno Mars, Bridgetown: Producer for Beyonce, Team Pitbull, Method Man, Bruce Springsteen, Smashing Pumpkins, Jim Beanz: Producer for Timbaland, Matt Sorum: Guns n’ Roses, Velvet Revolver, KRS-ONE, Lee Brice: Grammy Nominated Artist/Writer, Cory Bold: Grammy Nominated Producer, 311, DJ Oscar G, Glee, Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg, Warren G, David Palmer, Rod Stewart, Iron Maiden, American Idol, Columbia Records, Universal Records and many more!
Style Trax is initially releasing 11 albums that we’ll trot out daily over the upcoming week – see the release schedule below. All Style Trax cuts include Full Versions with Underscores as well as :60s, :30s, Stings and Stems. Check out the albums as they are released here.
THIS WEEK’S RELEASES
Monday, July 28
Electronic 1: Techno Pop. Upbeat, suspenseful electronica from Style Trax.
Electronic Dance 1: Pure EDM! Driving electronic Dance anthems.
Indie Hooks. Punchy college rock themes with vocal hooks. Nice retail stuff.
Hymnals/Gospel/Spirtuals/Folk Vols. 1 & 2. Something different here: soulful classic spirituals, some vocals, some with instrumentals. Hard to find stuff.
World – Middle Eastern. Sadly appropriate to today’s headlines, authentic Middle Eastern themes.
Tuesday, July 29
Country 1: Acoustic Guitar. Some laidback and catchy acoustic country/bluegrass.
Country 2: Acoustic Guitar. More acoustic country themes, toe-tapping and feelgood.
Dramatic Rhythms. Horror, Tension and negative political ads?
Rock (Intrumentals) 2. A whole bunch of rock themes and bridges from the Down Boys crew.
Electronic – Drum and Bass. Just the other day, someone was asking, “Why doesn’t somebody do Lovecraftian-inspired electronica?” Here you go.
Wednesday, July 30
Rock 1: Pop Rock. From Style Trax, some postive and driving pop rock themes.
Rock 2: Pop Punk. Aggressive and catchy upbeat rock – good sports rock.
Dramatic Hip Hop 2. Lots of urban tension from Morris & Young.
Acoustic – Light Acoustic. Warm and minimal soft acoustic themes with a folk feel. Great light retail.
Acoustic – Light Acoustic Holiday. Holiday versions of the themes from Acoustic – Light Acoustic. Just one of the extras the guys at Alibi offer.
Thursday, July 31
Hip Hop 1. From Style Trax, some epic urban, dramatic and futuristic.
Dubstep 1, Catchy and quirky, not to mention a little ominous dubstep.
Latin Pop Urban Rock Instrumentals. From Caliente Music, the title pretty much says it all. Salsa and reggaeton flavored beats.
Virtuoso Piano Vol. 1. Contemporary, neo classical piano themes with full, :60s and :30s.
Baking Mad. Sunny and playful dramedy themes.
Friday, August 1
Electronic 2: Electro Pop. Catchy and upbeat electronica, positive and memorable.
Lounge 1: Classic, Mellow and Jazzy. Funky smooth jazz, definitely mellow and cool.
Chill Out 1. From Style Trax, driving and trendy feel-good chill tracks.
Luxury & Elegance. Refined neo classical themes with some modern corporate landscapes. indulgent and dreamy.
Rock – Swagger Rock 3. More in-your-face themes from Alibi. You’re still not worthy.