THIS WEEK’S RELEASES
Monday, April 24
Electronic – Progressive House. Dance progressive electronica and rave EDM.
Pick It up! Ska and reggae-inspired playful tunes. Funky and light.
Cheese On Toast. A delectable smorgasbord packed full of kitsch classics, smooth jazzy love themes, quirky tropical fantasies, mobile disco pop, retro TV themes, cheeky brassed-up soul funk & cheesy seaside organ nuttiness.
Uplifting Pop Rock Vol. 5. Fun and swinging pop rock themes.
Rock-Generic 2. Classic and alt. rock.
Tuesday, April 25
Light Side: Neutrality. These tracks don’t take sides, like Switzerland without the Yodels.
Fun & Happy Pop Vol. 2. Upbeat, Exciting Pop Rock
Grinding Gears. Smoky, swampy country rock and blues. Mind the gators.
Trap City Southern Hip Hop Volume 03. Grimy and determined urban cues.
Derrik Jordan – World. A collection of traditional and contemporary world styles from Africa, Brazil, China, Pakistan and India.
Wednesday, April 26
Kids Let Loose. Wild, hyperactive, action-packed playground pop.
Soulful Modern Pop Rnb Vol. 2. Relaxed, And Contemplative R&B And Hip Hop.
Fight To Win. Completely unhinged motivational electronic music with distorted percussion and plenty of energy.
Acoustic – Uplifting Folk. Happy, sweet and playful.
Corporate Takeover Vol.5. Newsy tension themes.
Thursday, April 27
Subculture. Rock attitudes with a punk feel mixed with pop rock.
Future Retro. Gliding and hypnotic Electronica.
Antiques and Country Homes. Elegant, stylish, modern classical orchestral ensembles.
Cool And Funky Hip Hop Vol. 2. California Groove Hip Hop.
EDM Volume 04. Good times dance off.
Friday, April 28
Strike FX 1. Delivering more than 400 premium European-styled imaging elements – all with a cutting edge.
Strike FX 2. More than 250 production elements, plus 14 different music beds.
Strike FX 3. This on-air imaging collection is set to add interest and zip to your radio imaging.
FX: Mecha Rises. Mechanical distorted rising hits.
FX: Ambient Rises. Orchestral-based ambient rises.
Cinematic Rises. Trailer and SFX-based rises.