Track length: 3:42
: 60 bpm

Slow and atmospheric instrumental music track with warm organic washes of ambient background sound, sparse but deep bass, gentle melodic percussive beats and lush Blade Runner style synths.

A hypnotic, atmospheric and dreamlike musical sci-fi soundscape that would make ideal instrumental underscore for night time city film scenes, documentaries and downtempo film soundtrack music, background music for photography slideshows or just as calming background music to listen to when working or studying.

Dark ambient atmospheric instrumental music: Neon City by documentary film composer Simon Wilkinson

Watch the promo video on the right against stunning atmospheric photography of atmospheric city skylines and night time imagery of urban scenes.

Instrumental music with electronic drone and synth elements, similar in style to contemporary electronic artists like Cliff Martinez.

Please note: A license must be bought before the music is used in any video or production (even not for profit, YouTube etc.) Any unlicensed use is an infringement of copyright and will be legally pursued. Buy the mp3 or instantly license this music track for immediate use in your film, trailer, documentary or video production by selecting the relevant options below. Read about licensing details here.

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