Another round of music. The top five of this stuff is more techno-ish, so if that’s not your thing or you want something more fantasy like you’re better off skipping this. The better stuff is on the bottom for general writing. I’ll make sure that my next list is far more epic inspiring, but you’ll probably find something you like here.
Nightradio, by Gabriel Le Mar vs Cylancer.
Crazy sci fi nuttery!
Dirty Thirty, by The Crystal Method featuring Peter Hook.
Give this one like 30 seconds of warm up.
Over, by Pole Folder.
Naked woman on the picture, just a head’s up if you’re at work.
Melborn, by Luke Chable.
Like a planet of diamonds with drum beats.
Warhead, by Zircon.
Aptly named. Probably the best of this list.
Miss You, by Trentemoller.
A creepy piece akin to the Silent Hill game series.
The Fall, by Way Out West.
I can only describe this as cyber-jungle.
Strings Outro, by Culprit1.
If a hero learned something sad but extremely important.
And here we go again. With the exception of the one, these 10 songs will be a lot more hit or miss for most people. There’s probably going to be something on this list you latch onto, but it’s unlikely that you will enjoy everything here.
Normally I’d let you go to the link, but this piece is incredible. Very Blade Runner-esque. Major Rawne of the Bolthole found this and floored me. This has taken over as one of my new favorite pieces.
Polovtsian Dances, by Aleksandr Borodin.
You may have heard this song by the name ‘Strange Paradise’ by Bond. There was also another version released for Dance Dance Revolution. The original version might be better for fantasy settings, while any remixed version might be better for sci-fi or the dance floor.
Passacaglia, by Secret Garden.
A slow, sad melody that sometimes makes you think of a sad tales from Eastern Europe.
Mushroom, by Junkie XL.
Another progressive trance bit that tastes of The Matrix at first before turning into something that Hybrid would make.
Crush (instrumental version), by Pendulum.
Very fast paced and hard. I think you’d want to listen to this if you serious want to pump out an action sequence from beginning to end without looking back until you proof read.