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Summer 2018 Selections

Summer heat delivered in sonic waves! Here's a rollicking playlist featuring new catalog additions and sunny favorites all ripe for spicing up assorted video projects. Like a dive into a cool swimming pool, these tunes should surprise, excite, and refresh. Feel free to delve further into any of the artists' catalogs by clicking the name.

Summer 2018 Selections


All songs are one stop through 8DSync for quick and easy licensing. Stems and instrumentals (if applicable) are often available. Please contact us for more recommendations from our catalog.

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  • 04:22
    Mirror balls and strobe lights! Pool parties and sunshine! A catchy female vocal hook, soaring disco strings, a bopping 4-on-the-floor beat, and an occasional MC shout combine to create summertime chemistry.
  • 02:01
    A catchy power-pop song that's perfect for that Cameron Crowe movie that hasn't happened just yet. Telecaster and Wilco get name checked in brilliant verses that'll stick firmly in your head.
  • 04:54
    Fela Kuti's influence is paid loving respect in this rousing number from Orlando's Solillaquists of Sound. Swamburger delivers a fantastic vocal performance, accompanied by Alexandra's harmonies, an energetic horn section, and crisp, broken beat drums.
  • 03:18
    Breezy, indeed. Gentle guitar arpeggiations and calming melodies echo over an unassuming hip hop beat. It's like remembering a summer picnic in a flowery field … bright with smiles and feelings of nostalgic happiness.
  • 03:39
    George's guitar virtuosity shines in this pleasing song that works perfectly in old-timey settings as well as fun, contemporary, romantic scenarios. Think European cafés, bicycles through the countryside, or the cuteness of an awkward first date.
  • 02:57
    Bouncy and joyous, this clappy tune gets extra punch from its catchy vocal melody and instrumental variety. It could be a lost Tom Petty song, but with a rhythm that invites even the stiffest killjoy to dance at the front of the stage.
  • 04:33
    Summer wouldn't feel right without a dubby reggae jam and Belgium's Poldoore has got us covered. Crisp production, echoey percussion, and melodic horns are all here, stepping out in a lively fashion.
  • 08:08
    A futuristic 4-on-the-floor number melding techno, deep house, and spacey electronica into a distinctive, captivating sound. There's a sci-fi aspect here, of racing against the clock or thoughtfully hacking into the corporation's mainframe.
  • 04:28
    A subdued bit of jazzy fusion, featuring a fantastic bass guitar and shimmering Rhodes piano. This track is pensive and atmospheric for the first half, and then a '70s style drum beat kicks in taking things to a whole other level of introspection.
  • 04:28
    John was a member of acclaimed band The Postmarks, and his pop sensibility is evident in this hypnotizing instrumental. Sprinkles of strummed guitar alongside Farfisa chords and a vintage drum machine create a dreamy vibe, accentuated as more chiming layers of guitar come into focus.
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