Canadian composer and musician Wade Mosher began playing the guitar at age 12, and has been playing ever since. He released his first CD in 1995, and later released two others. Wade works in several styles and genres, including Pop, Punk, Rock, Blues, New Wave, and Jazz. From the heartfelt piano, acoustic guitar, and woodwinds of "After The Fall," to the cool blend of Spaghetti Western and Surf guitars in "Bela Surf," his diverse and highly emotive music is perfect for a wide range of Film, TV, Indie, Commercial, and Multimedia productions.
A hybrid of Spaghetti Western & Surf, this song has a very dramatic flair featuring big reverberated guitars & drum rolls that would suit a campy western scene or a dramatic scene. A lot of elements at play here, depending on where & what kind of emotional field it would sit in. Instrumental, Rock, Surf Rock
A guitar based sports theme, which features plenty of dynamics & just the right amount of anticipation needed for sports such as hockey, wrestling, football, or any high energy sport. Instrumental, Rock, Symphonic Rock
A Latin rock vibe featuring hot guitars, electric & classical, and a heavy groove. Some funky wah wah guitar and piano add a nice backdrop for this ditty that would be perfect for a drama scene in film or TV. Instrumental, Rock, Latin Rock