New York, NY, January 30, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- DanoSongs Royalty Free Music has released a new futuristic electronic track with dubstep influences called “Bionic Robotics.” The song can be downloaded free from the DanoSongs website. A sci-fi music video using clips from the Blender Foundation’s open source robot movie “Tears of Steel” has also been published on YouTube.
“Bionic Robotics” is being released for free exclusively on the site before the single’s commercial distribution on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Last.fm and every other major music service. The instrumental track is available as a free Mp3 download under the creative commons attribution license. It is available just for listening or to use royalty free in videos and other media. The music could be used in action adventure hi-tech and sci-fi films, videos or as a soundtrack for games.
The track features electronic drums, bass and synthesizer. It was written, performed, produced and arranged by Dan O’Connor. The song has a sound similar to artists like Aphex Twin, Daft Punk, Depeche Mode, Hans Zimmer, Massive Attack, Moby, Portishead and The Chemical Brothers.
Owner Dan O’Connor says, “The Bionic Robotics piece has a dark atmospheric anthemic quality. I tried to get across the intense determined drive of the protagonist roboticist in the ‘Tears of Steel’ film while maintaining the haunting emotional theme of her deeply broken heart.”
Visit http://www.danosongs.com/blog/bionic-robotics-idm-dubstep-industrial-royalty-free-music-soundtrack/ to:
View the YouTube sci-fi music video based on Blender’s open source film “Tears of Steel”
Download free MP3 file for listening
Use the track royalty free in media projects under the creative commons license