Matt Kjeldsen
FEEDING THE MACHINE
By: Matt Kjeldsen
Catalog ID: 401820   Duration: 1:57   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 98   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Science Fiction Music | Sci-Fi Ambient Soundscape
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A pulsing, machine-like track that creates a sense of coldness and systemic rhythm. Great for sci-fi, war, machinery and monotonous action.   Keywords: Noisy Dirty Repetitive Machinery Robotic Evil Preparation Electronic Electrical Electricution Science Cold Not-Human Anti-Human Cyclical Pulsing Dangerous



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Long Description: Feeding the Machine, Science Fiction Music, Sci-Fi Ambient Soundscape, television music, royalty free music downloads and royalty-free stock music

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