And so, we’ve come to the sixth and final track from Francis Vace’s Horses In Real Life EP. With Pinkie being as hyperactive as she is, a pony like her deserves a fast track, and that’s exactly what Bright Pink Horse is. Pinkie’s brought her rambunctious party animal attitude to the real world and can’t seem to stop dancing! The music is fast paced and full of crunchy guitars and trumpets that fit her hyperactivity perfectly. An exciting end to an equally exciting EP!
Tissues at the ready, because this track just oozes pure emotion. FRIENDS CAN CHANGE THE WORLD is TCB’s latest outing and a love letter to the fandom that sparked this whole musical movement. Starting off with an ambient intro, everything suddenly turns silent before jumping into a lo-fi/chiptune instrumental with edited vocal samples and 8-bit synths. The amazing sound design and freeform nature of the piece, especially the heavy electronic segment towards the end only adds to the pure cathartic emotion let out by this piece. With how much the song changes in its nearly 5 minute runtime, it just has to be heard to be believed!
(Listen to the original classic here)
Swing dance is a classic stable of big band era music. Leave it to a musical genius like Forest Rain to take this beloved classic, Flavors it with a twist and swirl of the 1920’s. The result of this is banger that can be played at any brony gathering or weddings for that matter, that will get those dancing vibes throughout your body. With Miss Rain conducting the big band you get this modern take of swing music with all the big band elements to the tune. All the brass and strings instruments with a touch of today’s electronica, plus a touch of real sax from Dr. Thallium It’s time to learn that Equestrian two step. So grab your best somepony and go to town. As always this Qilin asks you to judge for yourself.
Ready for your first taste of A State of Sugar: Brownie? Track 24 from the upcoming compilation is Unscathed, a hybrid orchestral collab between Ice Angel and GrazySmash that combines elements of orchestral music, moombahton and big room house. The song starts off with a beautiful orchestral intro that slowly fades in with a soft synth riff and a pretty choir before being joined by orchestral percussion and then drums you’d expect from EDM before jumping into a drop, filled with a heavy bassline and powerful synth chords. After finishing a soft breakdown, the song’s tempo slowly begins to speed up before jumping back into the synth and drums full force, only becoming heavier and more menacing. Combining big room and orchestral music is no easy feat, but these two have pulled it off like it’s nothing! ASOS: Brownie releases on March 6th.
If you ever wanted a chill, relaxing piece of instrumental/orchestral brony music, this is definitely a song I’d recommend. The music, made up of violins, piano, and other orchestral elements, is honestly amazing, and the whole thing just comes together and gives off a “walking through a forest” vibe.
She’d like to be a tree. Track 5 on Horses In Real Life is A Horse Chained To A Tree, a crunchy ska punk song about a very determined Fluttershy who absolutely refuses to let it be turned into land by way of cutting down the trees. For such a shy pony, the verses are very fast-paced as well as having a loud chorus! This song does a great job at showing her assertive side.
Allure is a single from FilledSilhoutte’s upcoming EP DAZZLED ’92, coming out on February 21st. Alluring, dazzling, charming are quite fitting to describe the trio of sirens that inspired this track, which in turn inherits these qualities. Moreover, we could add funky and groovy, for this track is at the intersection of future funk and French house and uses a handful of disco samples. The melody is catchy and the bass is fantastic and often takes the spotlight in a fashion similar to that of the Dazzlings themselves.
Lukas Vokrinek returns with a love letter to the fandom in the form of an orchestral piece that sounds like it would fit the show’s tone perfectly! The strings and piano create an optimistic feeling of triumph, making it a good fit for the show’s ending. If you like the background music in the show, you’ll definitely like this too!
It seems Checkerëd has a knack for remixing some really old but gold MLP fan tunes! Pink Lick is one of them, and their remix of the Flutter Rex original really changes things up! Checkerëd’s version has a faster pace and lots of trippy synthlines, including a unique trap beat as a soft supplement between the heavier bits. Prepare for the bass!
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