mood music


Related to mood music: Background music

mood music

n
1. recorded music played in the background in a place to establish a mood of relaxation, calm, etc
2. a prevailing atmosphere or feeling
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It left Boro walking a disciplinary tight-rope but it set the heavy metal mood music.
The mood music from the management then was that they would reap the rewards for all the extra effort and work they put into that mammoth task.
Guests can enjoy midday mood music in the Crystal Cove bar and Palm Court, plus lively pre- and post-dinner shows in the Galaxy Lounge, Stardust Club and more intimate sets in the Avenue Saloon and Pulse nightclub.
There is room for lyrical grace with Kamaloka and for a slow and slightly threatening ballad with The Letter - the latter was apparently recorded in complete darkness and could easily be mood music from The Killing or The Bridge.
However, Sir Howard has previously stated the South East needs additional runway capacity and recent mood music in the national press has not been positive for the bid.
mood music or spatial music helps increase dopamine production and release which makes them feel good about what they're doing and helps increase self-esteem.
have become the quintessential mood music of the late Victorian, early Edwardian concert hall.
Taking their moniker from a 1935 film of the same name set on a desolate Welsh coast, it's fitting that it's the cinematic and the picturesque they deal in with songs that create transformative, reverb-strewn mood music - which in new money we might call dream pop, but which in a bygone era we may have lazily dubbed shoegaze.
The worry is they have been a little bit put off by some of the mood music coming out of the Government.
Of course, it would be hard not to give a satisfyingly erotic performance with that mood music.
LDP THERE is no such thing as certainty in Westminster politics, but there are times when the mood music is so deafening that there seems to be little doubt about the outcome.
Muzak, the South Carolina-based company whose name has become synonymous with the easy-listening mood music piped into elevators, restaurants and hotels, is set to be bought out by a Canadian rival.