A collab? With Tridashie? Can’t say I was expecting that! Get FruityFusion’s hardcore backing instrumental combined with Tridashie’s vocal splicing and manipulation all together in one single song!
3 months ago King Mars, a brony deeply connected with music and the fandom, sadly passed away from a heart attack. In the wake of this, Staccato Flame and Techoh set up a tribute album in his name, and 3 months later it’s finally ready. Gathering together a whole range of artists, this album of 24 tracks contains a whole variety of music.
This is actually the first of two albums from the King Mars tribute team. The second one is still open for submissions, so if you have a song you’d like to dedicate to King Mars, the information on that is on the MLR forums.
We’ll be posting tracks from this album as they’re released with a [KM] tag at the start of the title, like we did [P@D] for the Ponies at Dawn album.
A mellow song with dark and haunting lyrics about Luna and her self-doubt, taken from Luna Jax’s recent album Somnia Equorum. Simple percussion and beautiful harmonies layer on top of this song and make this beautiful piece complete.
It’s almost like hip-hop, but it’s so chill too. Direct Current’s building up another small repertoire of songs for an EP, including this downtempo electronic piece that samples vocals from We’ll Make Our Mark. A nice relaxing piece to end the day…
To celebrate the release of the “Lycan Dese Beats: Beats Me 2!” album release, which will be available on bandcamp,
PonyvilleFM will be hosting a DJ event coming this Friday the 1st July leading up to the albums live play and release. The party will start at 1pm UTC with DJs performing until the album drops at 9pm UTC. There will be many DJs performing both before and after the album release!
You will be able to tune in and talk with everyone over at the PonyvilleFM chat http://www.ponyvillefm.com/chat
The Album will have a massive 26 tracks from a huge variety of artists including big names like Reverbrony, Francis Vace, and UndreamedPanic along with other highly talented artists such as DJT, Spectra, Homage McGee and many MANY more!
This album promises to be one of the most exciting and diverse examples of what the brony music community is capable of.
The album explores genres from all over the spectrum, with dubstep, house, 8-bit, rock, and more!
The album will be available from the Lycan Dese Beats bandcamp for whatever price you’d like to pay (including $0) once it is released on the 1st of July (depending on your timezone)! You aren’t under any obligation to donate, but if you choose to donate, we are certainly grateful. All donations will split 50/50 between the running of Lycan Dese Beats and the Bronies For Good charity of choice, which is currently the “Against Malaria Foundation”. As it is, over $1000 USD in total has been spent to create the Lycan Dese Beats show every week and to promote musicians and albums like this one. This includes hardware, software, artwork, music, etc. If the album reaches this amount covered, then ALL donations from that point on will go towards the charity, Against Malaria Foundation.
You can check out the album here: http://lycandesebeats.bandcamp.com/
Taken from last year’s Mourning in Ponyville EP, this song draws on and elaborates on a vocal sample from The Pony I Want To Be to give a much darker vibe than any other song I’ve seen use those vocals.
As the channel is catching up with itself again, the votes for the top ten of May have been released! Catch the results, unfortunately without commentary this time, but still with all the great music.
I get excited every time I find a new trance song in my subscription box – it’s an uncommon genre not just among the fandom music scene but seemingly the electronic music scene in general nowadays. This remix of Thorinair’s classic Hypersonic takes me back to the late 00s when a friend introduced me to a lot of trance that stuck with me for years afterwards. Grab a seat and take a listen for a euphoric musical journey.
Another Little Dreams remix, following the release of Super Pony World recently. This time it’s Ponytronic putting his own future bass take on Vylet’s vocals with some cool sound design and vocal chopping.
Many a song has derived from the Fallout: Equestria universe, arguably the biggest collective fanwork in itself. The latest of these is a new instrumental progressive metal track from Slightly Amiss, a usually more acoustic and alt. rock-based musician, and Dr. Somepony, your friendly neighbourhood German metalhead.