UK musician Steve Urwin has an ability to capture the visual within the music, and has a sensitive and contemporary approach to new projects. His 2005 "Hidden" CD was an opening to writing using new sounds and rhythms from around the globe. While his heart is still in the jazz scene of latter years, he loves the challenge of the music of the new state and has the ability to think outside the box for his new compositions. Steve writes for the visual media and enjoys composing just the right sounds that will make our clients' music productions come alive.
While Steve Urwin’s main compositions are Instrumental, he sees limitless possibilities of fusing various moods with specific grooves to create a more dynamic impact of sound. For a number of years Steve has honed his skills through involvement in many aspects of the music industry, including recording, freelancing, and performing live music. His genres are varied, and include jazz themes, techno, classical, and almost everything in between. Steve loves to experiment, and his library here includes both new compositions and songs from the early 1990s.
Happy zappy loop with drums and synth, perfect for the party mood, Good base to build from the note progression round and round. Distorted guitar fx but not heavy. repeats as it goes along, very danceable with strong congas throughout. Immediate fun mood creator. Excellent to get the kiddies up and, Multi-Sample, Electronic
Chords intro with half tempo drums that drive into a full rocker. Classic lineup, drums bass gtrs -great for a sports activity etc adverts/film, young band feel and timeless. Wild fx guitars rip it up. Enjoy the noise, love it.
Not sophisticated, rough an ready. Kids just having fun in the garage. Instrumental, Rock, Modern Rock
Dirty fuzz guitar on a gritty bluesy back beat, loose and rocky. with organ stabs and strong bass. Great for a 60's afro groove. Laid back sleepy dirty sound. Smokey club scene, beerhalls. Catwalk ready with grunge appeal, not too happy. Multi-Sample, Soul