Canadian artist Nick Di is a songwriter, musician, and producer who studied at the prestigious Music Industry Arts at Fanshawe in London. In addition to numerous radio commercials, he has scored several movies, including the horror film "Meet The Grimswals," and he also produced the music for several "College Humor" video episodes. Nick brings us cutting-edge music in many genres, including Orchestral, Jazz, Rock, Blues, Country, Metal, Surf, Reggae, Ska, Punk, Electronic, Techno, Ambient, Alternative, and more!
Nick Di's other clients include Christopher Titus (Deranged Entertainment), Urban Spine Productions, and Adarve Producciones.
A variation of the classic Seinfeld theme. Complete with slap bass -- which can be credited to the sit-com Seinfeld for making it more recognizable to the mainstream audience. Instrumental, Soundalikes, Seinfeld Soundalikes
Hard hitting METAL, no room to breath with this modern thrash metal track. De-tuned distorted guitars shredding to blasting double-kick drums and booming bass guitar. Screaming vocals with energy like no other music styles. Instrumental, Rock, Heavy Metal
Christmas rock super for holiday promotions, commercials and stories of families coming together to celebrate the happy season. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Fun, driving, festive and energetic. Instrumental, Christmas, Xmas Rock
A song that is obviously influenced and based on the Movie / Video Game and Soundtrack for MORTAL KOMBAT. Created using all the same electronic instruments as the original including the famous orch hit, used prominently in the Mortal Kombat theme. Instrumental, Soundalikes, Mortal Kombat
A classic rock song with a catchy rhythm. Using the famous blues chords invented by Jimi Hendrix. Recorded and composed in the style of some of his very best music, such as Purple Haze, Foxey Lady, Are You Expreienced?, and more. A trip back to the psychedelic rock and roll of the 1960's. Instrumental, Soundalikes, Jimi Hendrix
A rock cover of the classic song ABC's or Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, this is great for a project aimed at children for obvious reason, but it also has attitude which allows it to be used for videos targeting older and more "hip" crowds. Composer credit: James P. E, Instrumental, Rock, Modern Rock
Your classic theme for the beginning of a family sit com or a branded tune for a Sports Channel Bit. Music is produced with vintage yet powerful and useable feel. Composer Credit: Jeremy Wells, Instrumental, New Age, Contemporary Instr
A very cutting edge and modern take on music for ending credits of any scary / thriller film. The production includes a combination of electronic instruments and orchestral elements to maintain the classic feel we know to be horror! Instrumental, Horror, Horror Edgy
An evolving epic trailer score. Following the standard preview / trailer formatting, it starts out slow and subtle, and gradually progresses as the song plays out, increasing intensity and suspense. Production notes: Live orchestral elements blended with modern technology-based tracks. Instrumental, Action, Impending Orchestral
The classic "Rockabye Baby" lullaby re-produced and professionally re-mastered. This song applies to anything relating to children or babies sleeping. Lead instrument: Music box Rhythm: Strings, Cello, percussion, double bass, viola. This song is in fact Public Domain, and can be produced and sold. Instrumental, Childrens, Lullabies
Your classic scary movie for any old-style movie, especially the 80's or early 90's. The music resembles that of The Shining, Pet Sematary, A Nightmare on Elm Street, etc. Classic synth and eletronic string ensembles make this track feel like a genuine horror score from the 80's. Instrumental, Horror, Horror Edgy