Sunsetter

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Sunsetter © 2023 by Shane Ivers is licensed under CC BY 4.0 Creative Commons logoCCBY icon

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Cool club music for a beach party. Chilled, but motivated. Led by a quirky ukulele hook, and complimented by a deep bassline and driving drums! There's always an idiot with a guitar at the beach, so naturally this song has one too!

The Pro License includes stems of individual instruments so you can make your own remixes, or arrangements.

Are you looking for the perfect summer soundtrack, dripping with beachy ocean vibes? Look no further than this cool club music! The laid-back vibe of the track is perfect for a chilled out day on the sand, but the driving rhythm and motivating energy will keep your audience engaged and moving along with the beat.

At the heart of the track is a simple ukulele hook, lending a playful and fun feel to the piece. The rich acoustic guitars add depth and texture to the sound, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. The deep bassline gives the music a solid foundation, while the driving drums keep things moving forward.

This music is sure to be a hit with your audience. It’s versatile enough to work in a variety of settings, from beach parties to poolside gatherings to outdoor festivals. So get ready to rock the party!

Uses: Chilling with a pina colada, watching the sunset, barbecuing on the beach.

BPM: 117

ISRC: UKEZT2300012

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Pro LicenseYes$25
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1 review for Sunsetter

  1. Charlie Vermin

    Is it really laid-back at all? The mood isn’t exactly upbeat, and it’s plenty energetic. But that’s what sets it apart and makes it memorable. The melody is interesting too.

    This is just of those tracks of yours that make me annoyed with myself for procrastinating on videogame making. It would be such a great fit for a scene that doesn’t exist yet.

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