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This page contains cool sci-fi music and soundscapes as well as retro 50’s bad drive-in movie stuff.
THEY’RE HERE – Could work in an alien/monster/robot invasion scene…or for something ominously approaching. (1:59)
URBAN JUNGLE 2061 – Depicts a busy futuristic city. Could work in a sci-fi piece, game, etc. Could also be used to depict technology in a documentary. Or something else you can imagine. (1:24)
FACTORY ON MERCURY – Automated, off-world industry on blazing hot Mercury. (1:08)
DARK TECHNO CITY – Rusty, dystopian technology for as far as the eye can see. (1:10)
LIGHT YEARS – Mind-boggling distances in space and time. Would work for an astronomy show, documentary, etc. (1:02)
COLD MOON – Lonely and desolate. (1:00)
TROUBLE ON MERCURY – Millions of miles from Earth, automated rovers scour the surface of the barren, baked planet, searching for survivors of the accident. (Or maybe something else entirely.) (1:32)
RETRO SCI-FI PLANET – 1960’s style soundscape. (1:02)
STEAMTECH MAYHEM – Quiet, frantic, wispy techno piece. (1:32)
ERRIE CYBER WORLD – Could work as a transitional piece to underscore traveling from one sci-fi setting to another. (00:29)
NIGHT WINDS – Another traveling piece. Could also reflect a character’s inner mind. (1:18)
BLAZING STARS – Depicts a myriad of stars brilliantly blazing in all their glory. Could be used in an astronomy show, documentary, etc. (2:12)
MIDNIGHT CRAWLERS – Retro 1950’s sci-fi schlock. They’re oozing after you! Great for satire. (1:02)
CREATURE FROM THE CRACK LAGOON – More retro 1950’s sci-fi schlock. Great for satire. (1:42)
THE CREEPING BLOB – More retro 1950’s sci-fi schlock. Great for satire. (1:00)
SECURITY BREACH – An eerie, futuristic siren behind quietly ominous music underscores an escape attempt at some kind of dystopic facility. (1:00)
THE DARKNESS BELOW – A foreboding soundscape that could be used for all kinds of awful things. (1:40)
DIZZYBOT – Retro 80’s sci-fi cue depicting disorientation, confusion or maybe some kind of strange realization. (00:57)
INFORMATION SHUTDOWN – Everything is reduced to 1’s and 0’s and then ultimately nothing. Could work in a dystopian piece of some kind. (00:58)
WORLD OF AUTOMATONS – Is this the way we’re heading? I sure hope not. (00:51)