Slee is a South Carolina composer who works in several genres, including Dramatic, World, New Age, Pop, Rock, Electronic, and Childrens music. To achieve her compelling sounds, she works with a well-chosen palette of real and virtual instruments, high quality pads and percussion loops. "Spaces West" and "Unsub Hunt" work well for crime, mystery or edgy Spaghetti Westerns. We particularly like the hauntingly beautiful, cinematic "Didn't Get to Maine" and "Gentle Strings," elegant examples of Slee's tranquil guitar tracks, perfect for romantic drama or calm introspection.
For Halloween and Christmas, listen to "Marley's Companions" and "Winter Reflections." For corporate or commercial music that radiates positive energy, check out "Bright Shining Times."
Sound effects appear in a number of Slee's tracks to enhance and add a new reality to the music. Flowing water, birdsong, weather FX, or gritty industrial urban ambiance deliver the authenticity you need to make your productions come alive in television, film, documentary, and a variety of new media applications.
Tribute to millions of unemployed victims of the current trashed economy & plea for extension of the EUC safety net for 99-ers. Often older workers who can't find a job- now uncounted, invisible ghosts because they've exhausted the safety net that let them keep their homes & feed their families. Female Vocals, Americana, Americana
Love gone bad. Dramatic effects of heavy thunder & rain underscore the chaotic emotions of a failed relationship- hurt, anger, bitterness. Heavy electric guitars, heavy percussion. Tempo shifts to a Native American feeling, giving the track a Western sound. Great for bitter breakup scenes. Male Vocals, Dangerous, Mysterious Music
Heartbroken requiem for a much-loved teen. Wishing you'd taken more pics & videos while you had the chance, that you could hang out, hear him play guitar. Inviting his spirit to drop by so you can grab a few more wispy shots. Grief & loss, life & death, healing. For Jeremy. Female Vocals, Pop, Lilith Fair
Nostalgic country pop track with male vocal, acoustic guitar and bass, drums and piano. Great for rural scenes or leaving Nashville. Leaving the Nashville music scene for a simpler life with people who love you. By Beau Phillips and Chip Wilbanks (the Jodie Boys). Male Vocals, Country, Country Ballads