AMP Review: Cormac McGrath - Avant Music Port - Music licensing & supervision - Ireland
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AMP Review: Cormac McGrath

AMP Review: Cormac McGrath

New to Music Synch Licensing in Ireland

Cormac McGrath

If you are on the lookout for something soaked in the 70s/80s we would send you in the direction of Cormac McGrath’s “Grooves”. These are gentle bass driven tracks with soft vocals reminiscent of Cath Carroll to start with, and then followed on with pieces peppered with a bits of The The and Human League. Cormac’s are simple catchy arrangements that seem to float upon the surface, but then twist and turn a bit into a funkier territory as in Lake Placid Blue which lives on the border between the 70s and the 80s, complete with laser beams and neon coloured rolling seas upon which people in robotic costumes rattle, and 5 Over which bleeps out echoes from its 80s space age cage.

A lot of these tracks are instrumental, but as with all the music from Avant Music Port’s library any of them can be licensed without vocals if this is your preference. Come around to the AMP website and have a gander, we are sure that you’ll find just that thing you were looking for.


Styles: Alternative, Dance, Electronica, Experimental, Funk, Pop, R&B, Soul


Moods: Swagger, Down the Street, 70s Groove, Quirky, 80s Robotic, Upbeat, Electro Groove, Powerful, Eerie Circus, Futuristic, Groove, Retro, Dark, Atmosphere, Rain, Motown