Lunar Drift returns with a new orchestral-flavoured electronic piece. There’s some nice piano melodies, strong strings and neat percussion and rolling basslines, as well as some subtle guitar later on in the piece.
Elias Frost has a pretty big treat for those who like folk-style orchestral music! His new EP ‘Stories Vol. 1′ has just released, featuring a number of tracks that tell a symphonic story of Princess Platinum. There’s some lovely variety, with some more uplifting pieces, as well as ones that are obviously a lot more folk-y oriented. A couple of them, Royal Duty and Party At Puddinghead’s have already been featured before so may be recognisable, but there’s a bunch of new stuff here too. Give the EP video a listen, and check it out on Elias’ bandcamp!
BlueBrony is always one to bring interesting combination of sounds, and here it’s no different with a piece that transitions between a few different styles. Initially a deep house-y vibe emanates through the piece, before a build up to some more prog-style saw sounds that have some nice energy to them. Following this is a soft and mystical orchestral section before the house-y goodness returns.
Royalpony has been hard at work recently and he’s come up with a full remix album of songs from Legends Of The Everfree, with 6 tracks in total. With a pretty impressive mix of genres ranging from house and dubstep to hands up and trap, it’s pretty comprehensive. The track below is a pretty interesting mixture of dubstep and hardstyle, with some other concepts thrown in as well, so check it outand give the rest of the album a listen here!
Something pretty awesome here! Jyc Row has been working with Lumic4 to produce some music that ties into their Timey-Wimey comic. The music accompanies the artwork seen above, which also constitutes pages 78 and 79 of the comic. Singer Decibelle has hopped aboard as well to add some excellent vocals to what is a powerful and fitting epic orchestral instrumental.
Suskii returns with some more awesome wubs, this time with a bunch of melodic feels as well. DJT’s Peppermint has become one of the must-listen future bass tracks in the fandom, and it’s great to see its had its fair share of remixes by this point. Suskii’s take keeps the melodic upbeat nature of the piece, but adds in some aggressive dubstep sounds as well. Give it a listen for some wobbly goodness!
Orchestral music! Frozen Night delivers a continuation of his epic ethnic orchestral suite with the third movement, The Moonlit Meadow. Immediately it hooks you in with lovely melodies and strings, quickly building up in majesty and size. It gets pretty epic later on, with horns and percussion aplenty.
This piece from CainbowRrash is some music for video game project My Little Sweetheart, and takes a much more reserved approach, as befitting the kind of music you might find in a gentle section of a game. There’s lots of lovely melodies and slight French influences here.
It’s been a while, but Metajoker returns with a new piano ballad-style piece reminiscent of his much enjoyed Universes that was released some time ago. The piano is lovely here, flowing beautifully through the piece, and Metajoker’s vocals fit this style of music especially well in my mind. Definitely a pretty awesome and lovely piece, check it out for some Doctor Whooves and Derpy music!
bank pain has got to be one of my top producers at the moment. Every time he releases something new, it’s obvious that it’s gonna be a favourite for a while. This track is no different with an excellent combination of pirate-themed melodies and some super clean dubstep sound design in the drops. There’s a real sense of theme through the whole track, which is great to see as it helps it to stand out as something pretty awesome.