As ever, BlueBrony continues to experiment with different styles and ideas. Here he’s taken inspiration from Perfect Pear to produce this gorgeous, soft and subtle ambient track. Gentle piano notes punctuate an atmosphere heavy with deep pad sounds, and it ends up producing quite an emotional feeling to the whole piece.
4Everfree is back with another release from his Silhouette Games album, and this time it’s a collaboration with his younger sister Lil’ Miss Toto! There’s some fantastic vocals from 4Everfree through the first half, before his sister takes over for a bit – and she’s pretty good too! The instrumental has some lovely piano in amongst the other staples for this kind of music, and overall it’s a great piece.
Another release from Vylet Pony’s Mystic Acoustics album, Cadence For The Dying is an ambitious amalgamation of a wide variety of ideas, with orchestral, synthpop, soundtrack, EDM and ambient themes all well represented here. Orchestral swells, a strong vocal performance and a powerful chord-filled drop section all combine to make a really cool piece.
This piece from UDSI is super upbeat, with excellent melodies combining with his signature style of sound design to make a really dance-y tune. It doesn’t bring anything especially ground-breaking to the table, but if there’s one thing UDSI excels at, it’s doing the basics really well, which is very much on show here!
Nicolas showcases some really lovely trance sounds in amongst some vocal elements, smooth percussion and rolling basses. The uplifting feel to the track is really lovely, and this is certainly one of his more impressive pieces in recent times, especially those vocal sounds!
Ditzy’s not produced much recently, but here’s a slightly older track from them that’s only now reached YouTube! They really know how to build an atmosphere and gorgeous pad sounds combine here with sparkling plucks and bells to produce a mystical soundscape.
Following from a series of throughly impressive original releases, Nevermourn’s released a VIP of his older track Illusions, which definitely brings it up to par with the rest of his releases courtesy some really strong melodies and solid neuro-style bass design.
Not an especially new track, but one that never reached YouTube until now, Cloud Estrizer is a gorgeous future bass-styled chill track from Kaia, an alternative alias of AdamTh3Walker. The piece has some truly terrific use of percussion, big band instrumentation and subtle plucks that helps create a gorgeous little soundscape.
Sable Symphony’s awesome hardcore releases continue with this new track featuring PrinceWhateverer! The instrumental is heavy and full of energy, whilst Sable’s vocals work really nicely in combination with Prince’s – as the second half of the song involves a lot of them both singing together. Check it out for some awesome stuff!
There’ve been a lot of remixes of Luna’s Future by this point, and I think this one from Suskii is definitely one of the more unique ones. Whilst Suskii tends to focus on heavy dubstep and aggressive sound design, this piece is a lot more chilled out, with an ominous dark vibe throughout, and the drop being relatively pared back to keep up the right feel.