Zythiria is the new alias of SkyAudioPony, who’s been making music since 2016, and they’ve recently remade one of their older tracks. This version of Far North incorporates more orchestral elements than the original, but still maintains some electronic elements.
Ice Bear does it again! Coming from the Ponies That Yawn compilation of 2017, Inkling gives us a really trippy and psychedelic breakcore track. The breaks were well done and the synths were amazing! I love every bit of it! Good job! Download Ponies That Yawn: Juxtaposition Defenders on PTY’s bandcamp!
Time for something a little different from Zephy. While he normally works in and around the Orchestral genre, this time he’s broken out into a little bit of folk, seemingly inspired by the Rarijack artwork. It’s nice to hear Zephy sing too, I can’t remember if he’s done that in any of his previous songs before!
One Track Mind’s had some cool tracks in the past, but this is definitely my favourite so far. Whilst it has some pretty cool dubstep-style electro breakdowns through the track, what really stands out to me are some of the vocals. They’ve got some pretty neat effects on them, and I really dig a few of the vocal melodies.
From a new perspective, BlueBrony has been releasing some really interesting projects. This one is one of many. The marimba feeling along with bells gives a western yet tropical vibe to the song. A song about a stick and stone from our favorite show. What can we ask more? Good job BlueBrony, keep up the amazing work.
It’s always exciting to see what Equestria Electric Symphony Orchestra comes up with next! For a relatively new producer in the fandom, EESO always finds a way to be charming and play from the heart. Wandering is another great example of that sentimentality as this early Broadway-style track has the right amount of country feel, mixed with a spring-in-your-step kind of beat, and vocals singing of a bright outlook for our favorite older Apple sister. The song details Applejack’s trip back to the family farm after her trip to Manehatten as a filly. The whole track is warm and brilliant, and such a genuine piece of uplifting composition!
Steel Chords is back and this time he brought friends! Parodying Bowling For Soup’s hit song Ohio (Come Back to Texas), Steel sings about Applejack’s trip to Manehatten as a filly to live with her Aunt and Uncle Orange. He describes how the Apple’s back at the orchard miss their beloved sister while she is gone. EVBP provides the guitars and bass, while Djohn Mema rocks the drums. With funny and clever references to other episodes, creative harmonies, and a gritty, punk feel, Sweet Apple Acres is a great take on the original track!
You can always count on Elias Frost to cook up something different. Covering the opening song from Equestria Girls: Forgotten Friendship, Frost takes the happy pop track to a heavy, darker place. Adding some metal beats, a lot of distorted guitars, and a dramatic synth, Elias creates a brilliantly unique take on the original, complete with the video of him performing it.
Brilliant Venture’s always had a talent for nostalgic songs, and Moved On is no exception. At once melodic, energetic, and oldschool, this song jumps from genre to genre fluidly. It’s like being taken on a guided tour by a cheerful, helpful, kind pony (Pinkie?) through a world of happiness and nostalgia.
JoinedTheHerd is back and going strong with this remix of Time to Be Awesome! Interjecting his amazing synth phrases into the hit movie track, JTH keeps the uplifting feel of the song while adding his own cheerful style to the mix. JoinedTheHerd uses the chops to capitalize on the catchiness of the song and mixes them up so that it keeps you on your toes, making for an awesome remix!