This remix of the Rainbow Roadtrip song “Living in Color” does an excellent job of taking the original song and adding new, catchy music. If you liked the original (I know I did) then you will love this version!
PhonicB∞m returns to Pinkamena Party, after his amazing Dark Trap track collab with the harsh noise artist DUMB FABRIC, Diane, Phonic returns to the 7th Pinkamena Party and brings an interesting breakbeat experiment mixing the breaks that takes us to the 90’s raves mixed with the aggressivity of the Gabber genre, an interesting take on the concept given by the Pinkamena Party team – oldschool music genres – 90’s breakbeat music mixed with oldschool Gabber, it’s delicious and I love it!
Glad to see Phonic doing music again! Keep it up! 😀
Coming from the latest Pinkamena Party album, Pernegyre samples one of the classic My Little Pony openings sections Rainbow Dash always dresses in style and builds a rave/gabber feeling track, a really danceable and headbanger track, really fitting into the theme of Pinkamena Party’s album: older generations of My Little Pony & oldschool genres of the hardcore/experimental music spectrum, Perne brought the two of this worlds, the best of the older gens and the 90’s rave hardcore genre, one of my favorite oldschool hardcore genres!
Pernegyre, keep up the amazing work brother! /)
Piano, Neurofunk, and minimalism was a combination I never thought was possible until now. Enjoy an order of motif-loving piano and huge synth stabs, with a side order of Neurofunk-styled drums, and an extra bassy drink paid for by the courteous Nilch’i Pony and served to you by the Waffle branch of the A State of Sugar team. Speaking more on the last part of that semi-serious sentence, this piece holds a spot on the 38 track compilation album ASOS, and it’s no doubt well-deserved.
Feeling like you need a chill inspirational song? Feel like you need a little encouragement when you are writing your first article? Well we gotcha covered. Here we have an excellent example of music and vocals coming together in a wonderful way. Where to Go by Dijit featuring Synthis is an excellent listen, for anytime of the day or night. Its the comfortable getting stuff done music that I love. I’m a sucker for a good music layout. Give it a listen!
This track is available as part of Ponies at Dawn Skyward.
Any fans of Rammstein should be very pleased with this one! The very talented StableTwoStallion has graced us with a very hard hitting and hauntingly beautiful cover of the talented MusicByOctavia’s theme composed for Galacon, which the convention still uses today. This cover has all the aspects people love about industrial metal from the 2000s: hard hitting bass drums, a liberal helping of synthesizers throughout, choirs, and guitar riffs you can’t help but bang your head to, so don’t miss out on this gem!
Join the Macarony once again for some resonantly nostalgic show tune remixes. Breakbeat-themed drums, strong basses, and beautifully sizzling leads make this song reminiscent of classic fandom icons. The atmospheric interludes of the vocoded vocals of the original make it even more bittersweet. This song makes me miss the music of the early 2010’s so much so, and upon listening to it, I’m certain you will too.
Another gem from the great Zephysonas. This time, we’ve got a number that’ll definitely bring you to another place. Throughout are the soft sounds of nature, complete with relaxing piano chords and string instruments, bringing a calming atmosphere, definitely reminiscent of the Kirin. If you need to relax or just need some soothing background noise to help you with anything, this is your piece.
You Rock is another example of the talent this fandom has, bringing heavy and powerful sound design with amazing rhythm and creativity. A part of the newly released ASoS album, Waffle, it expands the variety of music in it and confirms even more that the album is definitely worth the listen. A slow start with very a serious and cyber punk style shows this song doesn’t mess around. Going into the drop it ups the tention, which transitions to a pure enjoyment and headshaking that wasn’t heard in a while. And in the Waffle style, it makes a transition to a completely different genre, and you guessed it, it’s psytrance. Energetic, and strong bass is present that again, switches back to the first drop. The song is one of the prime examples that shows the quality of both producers and the quality of the album. That’s GrazySmash and Ponycutz.
Another great banger from JoinedTheHerd! This time Cadet joins in with her absolutely beautiful vocals, and also vocal chops! I’m in love with the sound design for this one with it’s catchy instrumental blended with skilfully chopped vocals, JTH never fails to impress! Check it out!