Water soluble dreams by Jeff Whitcher

Contemplative Music
An edgy, abstract underscore cue, this track is crafted with sound designed textures and pads, unique percussion, and weaves a dissonant, foreboding vibe with glass and bowed tones. Perhaps Sherlock is solving a mystery. Maybe our protagonist is puzzled. Or maybe the killer is scheming.
House M. D. medical show hospital drama ER medicine police doctor titles theme song evocative cop trip hop pondering melancholy investigative investigation
soundtrack, electronic, atmospheric, trip hop, commercial, advertisement, corporate branding, frontline, pbs, abc, nbc, cbs, cnn, c-span, bbc, world news, discovery, nat-geo, YouTube, FOX, AMC, A&E, USA Network, contemporary, Netflix, modern, 2000s, dramatic soundtrack, sound track, filmscore, film, score, underscore, background, intelligent, clever, mtv, reality tv, soundscape, credits, emotions, emotional drama, TV, cry, crying, tear, tears, teardrop, seminar, laidback, chill, repetitive, high tech, technology, examination, math, science, 30-yrolds, 40-yr-olds, adult, contemporary, cultural, museum, learning, public broadcasting, broadcast, mysterious, informational, informative, reality television, real, critical, emergency room, er, critical condition, deceased, lonely, regret, regretful, loss, operating, operation, ambulance, detective, homicide, crime, criminal, law, order, police, cop, detective, scheming, Gone Girl, CSI, NCIS, Elementary Slow 61 Instrumental
Computer, Drums, Electric Guitar, Percussion, Sampler, Synthesizer, Keyboard
Atmospheric, Bittersweet, Dark, Depressed, Disturbing, Dramatic, Eerie, Foreboding, Heavy, Hypnotic, Mysterious, Pensive, Questioning, Reflective, Sedate, Slow, Sophisticated, Suspenseful, Suspicious, Thinking
Film Instrumental, Law & Crime, Medical Drama, Mystery, News / Investigative, Psychological Thriller, Section / Credits, Section / Opening, TV Instrumental, TV Theme Song

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