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[P@D] BlackIceMusic – Fluffy Marshmallows (feat. Chasing Dawn & Lennon Black) | Future Bounce

Dear me, it’s getting hot in here…

Track 33 from Ponies at Dawn: Ignite is Fluffy Marshmallows, a collab between BlackIceMusic, Chasing Dawn and Lennon Black! This bouncy song features great callbacks to Mantlegen’s Dirty Gem, even going as far as to use some of the same samples! Dawn delivers a smooth set of bars about Rarity’s… softness… all while the beat bounces with its catchy synth riffs and rumbly basslines. Think Rarity would dance to this one?

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MrMehster & Tw3Lv3 – Work In Progress (BeatSpark Remix) | Dubstep

Track 4 from the WIP Remix EP is BeatSpark’s bouncy take on the MrMehster and Tw3Lv3 track! After a speedy and peppy intro, we’re treated to a phone conversation in front of a drop before launching into a powerful dubstep section that gradually picks up in speed. My favourite part personally is the little break before the end where the synths are muffled-sounding before becoming clear once again, keeping its heavenly sound. BeatSpark deserves more recognition!

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Jyc Row – Sunset Shimmer | Orchestral

This song was crafted in two hours. Would you believe it? Regardless, this song stands up as a powerful orchestral piece in spite of how long it took, showcasing an unforgettable melody performed by strong orchestral strings, choirs and drums. The song even slows down towards the end with a key change which only further strengthens the powerful feeling it gives off. Click here to see Jyc Row make the song in action!

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[ETC] PeKaNo – The Castle Grows | Tribecore

COREQUESTRIA‘s 20th track is quite possibly the album’s softest track, The Castle Grows! This is PeKaNo’s second attempt at tribecore (a form of free tekno), and a good one at that. This song has a fast-paced drum line and an uplifting synth melody, with a magical feeling permeating throughout the whole track thanks to the arpeggiated synth. Can’t get enough of this chill vibe!

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Stallionslaughter – Tender Horn Does Glow (Chevelle Parody) | Alternative Metal

A love letter to Chrysalis in the form of a parody of Chevelle’s Send the Pain Below, Tender Horn Does Glow sees Stallionslaughter sing his appreciation for the queen of the hive and… oviposition? Oh my. He even goes harder vocally than the original during the bridge, even adding a few extra screams towards the end! Feels good to have him back.

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InfinityDash -Pony Life Zone (16-Bit Sega Genesis-Style Theme Song Remix) | Chiptune

After almost 5 years of no updates, InfinityDash returns with a 16-bit style remix of the recently unveiled Pony Life theme! It uses the soundfont from the Sega Genesis which makes it feel like a track lifted from a Sonic or other platformer game from the 90s, and captures that mood with flying colours. Will we see more from Infinity? I sure hope so.

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Radial Rainbow – Insight | Metalcore

After a nearly 3 year hiatus, Russian metal band Radial Rainbow returns with a new song! Insight interpolates Open Up Your Eyes from the MLP movie and turns it into an epic and unique metalcore piece! The familiar vocal hook is played by a flute and the music is filled with heavy guitar riffs and even some keyboard sounds! Some of the finest metal production in the fandom to date.

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TheMusicReborn – A Fair Cleric’s Waltz | Orchestral

Rarity’s regality has been matched with this little tune from TheMusicReborn. The lyrics describe her to a T, featuring a plethora of words that rhyme with Rarity even. The pace of the music is a satisfying orchestral waltz which makes it great to dance to. I bet Rarity herself would love to dance to this graceful track with those catchy harp riffs and percussive rhythms keeping everything in time!

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[ETC] Enuna – PARANOIA | Speedcore

From the first volume of COREQUESTRIA comes PARANOIA, the second of three tracks from Enuna. This track starts off with an ominous and distorted intro absolutely laden with effects and samples before turning things up to 11. The noise features crushing bass drums and blazing fast drum loops while the bass carries the song alongside some bell samples. Even with the heavy nature of the song, we’re treated to something special in the form of a distorted piano loop that plays by itself before being joined by all the other instruments and samples. Can you say chaotic? I know I can.