Want to submit a song or album to HMH? Now there’s a new and easier way to do so! Traditionally, we’ve been reliant on our staff members scouting for songs to post about. However, it’s easy for us to miss something in our YouTube subscriptions and we might not spot new artists immediately. So we made a submissions form for anyone to submit their music to HMH!
Considering that this comes from a collection of songs telling a story about heroes, this song from Skyshard has a very fitting style and soundscape! Taken from their most recent album, Tiny Sky, it certainly sounds like the introduction to an epic tale. There’s a great use of a recurring motif and a nice bit of modal interchange that I personally always love to hear in music.
Can you believe it’s December already? That can only mean one thing…that’s right; the Top Ten Brony Songs voting is open for songs from November! Voting is open until 8 Dec at 7pm UTC at this form here, and Luck’s made his monthly playlist again in case you need a reminder of what songs could be eligible. Now, go exercise your democratic right as a user of the Equestrian internet!
Nightmare Night may be over, but we can keep the theme dark if we want! This latest offering from ALostCarolean takes some 80s-inspired synthwave sounds and combines it with heavily distorted and driving bass to create this imposing theme for Chryssy. But it’s not just another Changeling-themed song we’ve got here, but also the promise of an entire EP dedicated to the shapeshifters coming in about a month’s time! If you like this sort of thing, keep an eye on ALC’s YouTube channel for more…
Every day we’re dashin’! Back again with a so-called “Chinese hardstyle” track, EveryDayDashie has created something that blends a slightly softer kind of hardstyle with sounds of traditional Chinese instruments and melodies. They imagine how life in an Equestrian city might be, and how it compares to their own experience. You should check this out even if, like me, you’re not typically a fan of hardstyle – it’s much more melodic than you might expect!
Two friends have decided to blow the dust off their collabs and bring them out to the light for us to enjoy! Kako, aka an experimental/noise musician, founder of the music label noise.horse and game designer and developer was collabing in the last year or two with secretive street artist flankƨy, flankƨy’s music is known throughout in Pinkamena Party albums and previously featured on noise.horse too. Both musicians have chosen the streets as their office work to mark their underground musical art with narcotic frequencies and fresh physic sounds. This illegal album is only available on bandcamp and pony.fm.
flankƨy – self titled
flankƨy’s backpack is packed of graffiti cans, the murals and the ambience need visual and musical communication. The drums encompasses the alleyways and the bass and deep tone synths vibrates with the muse of the artist as we witness their street art. A bopping intro for an invite only event.
flankƨy – take me down
This is not the Friendship Games, this is an underground jam that’ll bring down your walls as your speakers pump out the grinding bass! The variety of vocal chopping is so dope it’ll make you breakdance with the crew.
flankƨy vs kakofonous a. dischord – a soft bed (shared)
Alike the coziness of a bed, this intimate collab song narrates the experience of ponies sharing the bed. Dreamy synths fondle romantically with calmative drums as the bedroom’s ambience is alive with the deep affection of the ponies. Who do you ship and visualize for this endearing scenario?
kakofonous a. dischord – route 3
Kako’s aesthetic style is not described through their productions, but it is felt. A chill pad of wonderment strolls peacefully with outlandish but amorous drums taking the wheel while a coloring melody joins the euphonic ride. You’ll unconsciously be in tune with the route as this jam of aurora plays making the driving a feel in autopilot.
This otherworldly collaborative album is the good stuff that youngsters are vibing to, spread word around to support both musicians if you want another dose. I know and said nothing of this album. *writer disappears in the dark alley*
What month is it again? We wanted to collate all our NMN writeups into one post this year, but we weren’t as quick off the mark as we hoped to be 😬 But you know what they say; better late than never, right? Catch a selection of songs below from the likes of Jyc Row, Prince Whateverer, Twisty Tunes, Brilliant Venture, Skyshard and more!
First time feature here for Dat1Pony! The flow of their lyrics in this is almost hypnotic, and combines perfectly with the spooky sounding beat from royalty-free producer Pendo and the artwork. Good to see the brony rap game’s still creating good players.
Sometimes, all you need from a song is a solid vibe, and this SOUND BANDIT release is a prime example. Warm synthy instrumentation and chops from show classic “Winter Wrap-Up” form a uniquely cozy yet peculiar atmosphere, a signature touch of the producer.
Following the release party on Saturday, A State of Sugar’s latest album is now available to download! Not only is their 10th album released in just over 5 years, but it’s also their biggest one yet with 59 unique songs! We’ll be bringing you individual songs from the album as they’re released by the artists, so why not get acquainted with the whole compilation in the meantime?
Logging into Zephyr Heights Royal Queen Agency: Access Granted. In G4 we had canon special agent Sweetie Drops, now in our G5 era we have fan dedication of the spy, her name is Storm… Zipp Storm. A musical piece inspired by film figures like James Bond, spy-themed titles like The Incredibles and with custom orchestration. The development of this theme is so well played you’ll feel like a sidekick investigating on a “top secret” adventure. The electronic arpeggiators creating a sci-fi atmosphere is a wise choice of element and the classic guitar is a necessary tool for the task. This is an intense composition and it suits well for the risky pegasus.