Stage Clear! Let’s move on to the next stage! The stage of The Bridge features an epic and haunting landscape, and the ongoing fierce battle against changelings is further represented musically thanks to Jyc’s talent and vision. Celtic melodies and tasty percussions do an amazing job at conveying the pace and the struggle, and getting to hear this OST track is a real feast!
4EverfreeBrony pays tribute to the Apple Family’s hard work with a sweet Country song to play after a good day’s work at the farm while reflecting at the present and the ones we love! Haymaker lends his gorgeous voice to create stunning vocals that work so perfectly with the genre and theme, while the talented Koron Korak performs a heavenly violin part near the end. All while this masterpiece is completed by Cerebre-Arkor’s amazing artwork!
The first single off of Vylet’s upcoming album Glitter, which you can pre-order here, should please any fan of 80s aesthetics. Featuring some lovely young Cheerilee and Mayor Mare art by Alumx, this song is evidently a highly cathartic song for Vylet, judging by the description, and sounds like something right out of Dirty Dancing. This tune features some lovely harmonies from both Namii and Vylet and the passion in both their voices is palpable. The most impressive thing about this track, in my eyes, is the attention to detail to the 80s power ballad sound. It is beyond authentic and features some heartwarming lyrics and definitely tugs at the heartstrings. If you pine for the times of Flashdance and Journey, this one’s for you.
CynosuraZ bring us an epic orchestral track, with amazing instruments usage plus the use of awesome choral work makes this track even more epic than it was at the beginning! The feel of the tracks is really epic and has a folky/celtic inspiration behind with the sounds of the flutes. Feel the sky and the ground, and watch the Pegasus fly!
The deep and nighty sounds and textures of Nicolas Dominique are back with a majestic progressive electronic track, the synth work is raw and industrial but the rest of the sounds make look this synth more sweet than it seems, looks like a psychological anime OST such as When They Cry or Death Note, very dense, very dramatic, but with a calm and sweet twitch. Listening to this made me think in listening to Tim Hecker’s “Love Streams” and Tangerine Dream’s “Quantum Gate” again. A really amazing ethereal and dramatic piece about our favorite Moon Princess.
Expanding on the catchy-ness of the original song by Equestria’s Ponytones and Big Mac’s vocal melodies, Brilliant Venture gives a new spin to his Dubstep remix of Find the Music In You, this time featuring Frank Delete and Wrillez Basics on the drops. Much pony spirit and nostalgia is to be felt here once more, as old-school pony Dubstep bliss and the Ponytones’ vocal talents blend to create a perfect and most refined mix.
Suskii and Ponytronic back at it again with the muhfuckin’ bugg music man. Always a pleasure to listen too! relevant to the many holes changelinges have… This track will make EVERY, SINGLE, OPENING, TREMBLE with IMMENSE PLEASURE and HYPE! If this doesn’t let you feel like you’re shaking, THIS TRACK WILL MAKE YOU! And with every huff and Puff while the drops keep coming in, you’re gonna feel it. HARD, INSIDE YOU! ( ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) ) Legit this track is dope af bro you’ve done amazing! Keep it up! everybody, show some love! Support the bug queen!
Jack of all electronic trades Dynamite Grizzly comes through with a cooled drum & bass tune and fans will be happy to know Grizzly’s knack for incredibly funky basses is appropriately on display here. The synth layering, chant vocals, and breaks all contribute to the freezing atmosphere one would expect from Yakyakistan.
Synthis blesses us with another lovely tune, featuring some lovely and evocative art by UrbanQhoul. Fans of most of his other work (especially Crash to Pieces) will certainly find something to like here, with Synthis’ signature silky-smooth voice, gorgeous melodies and synths, squeaky-clean mixing, and surprising propensity for trap percussion all make an appearance here. This’ll definitely be in my personal rotation for some months!
Fresh off of Vylet’s new album, he and Sylver combine to make this 50s style instrumental track. Catching On is inspired by several different worldly influences and has a nice blend of a jazzy beat with Brazilian and Mediterranean instrumentation. Even with the upbeat tempo, the song has a very chilled out vibe to it – an impressive achievement befitting the talent of great producers like Vylet and Sylver!