Tom Longworth Is a session guitar player and songwriter based in Birmingham / London, U.K. Tom has worked with include Jamie Scott and The Town, Natalie Imbruglia, Charlotte Church, Ben's Brother, Gabrielle Aplin and more recently Robbie Williams.
Vocal effect heavy with a drum back beat. Intro without drums leading in to main section with heavy low bass. Small breakdown section which then leads in to a new section with an almost middle eastern top melody. Moody, Cool, Laid Back and Dark.
Atmospheric, Creepy intro leading in to main theme with haunting vocal lines and melodies. Cool heavy break beat and low bass provide the under-score. Middle section with a straight beat providing an alternative stomping beat leading in to the outro with reverse drum cuts. Creepy, Moody, Dark, & Haunting.
Cool uplifting melodies and beats. Summer feeling and good driving music. Bass and drums heavy with a laid back feel and vocal samples on top. Small intro building in to the main theme, middle section provides a cool different rhythmic feel. Reverse styled drum sounds. Cool, Uplifting and Refreshing.
Atmospheric synths build into a heavy guitar section. Progressing into an industrial breakdown with distorted bass guitar building again before dropping once more to an anthemic synth breakdown leads to an intense ending.
Melancholy strings bring in the track followed by choir voices pad and heartbeat bass drum. Electric guitar hits and fast bouncy bass lines bring the track to it's rock peak where a grooving rock drum beat brings the track into an electric guitar melody line.
Soft and atmospheric electric guitar parts start the track with sound effects / keyboard pads building the track into a heartbeat-esque bass drum. At 1.20 the track elevates into a slow rock groove with electronic drums, chugging electric guitar power chords along with a despairing repetitive electric guitar lead line. Further synth lines bring the track to it's conclusion.
Haunting piano and electric guitar melodies juxtapose each other whilst the track builds using atmospheric slide guitars, chugging rock power chords and electronic drums. At 1.33 the track explodes into a dark, epic rock groove whilst synth strings add to the grandiose feel. At 2.39 the track bookends itself with a reprise of the intro. Epic, Dramatic and Dark.
Slide electric guitars build into heavy rock chords with electronic drums building the track into a high-octane industrial rock groove. Arpeggiated synth keys lines bring the track to a 'slap' bass solo breakdown at 1.47. Building back up slowly with guitar FX into the main groove until the track end.
Intense, Energetic, Punchy. Along the vibe of Let me entertain you.
Prog style piano brings in the track followed by guitar synth lines and bass guitar. Slide guitar lines are juxtaposed with chuggy electric guitars in the verse, leading to a bouncy chorus based around a quirky piano lick. Quirky, cheeky, happy, Bouncy.
Reverb and delayed guitars create atmosphere along with deep synth lines. Organ swells and guitar tape delay feedback bring the track to the chorus which uses false harmonics to lift into verse 2 which introduces acoustic guitars along with delayed snare drums. Moody middle 8.
Chugging rock guitar and drums give this track it's Indie Rock feel along with an understated guitar line, lifting into larger guitars for the chorus where a synth takes the lead line for the second part.