Some years after the release of Budzy’s excellent and bouncy Marshmallow (the tune that made me personally take notice of Budzy’s talent), the great Silva Hound’s edit of it has been released! The original is enhanced by Silva’s signature style of various synth and key arrangements, with some extra flavor from Dress Horse’s signature song, Becoming Poplar, being added to the mix. This one is definitely a great DJ tool, as well as a solid edit!
Pretty incredible how great such a simple mashup can sound! Taking the instrumental from Pusha T’s The Games We Play off his stellar Daytona album and Wootmaster’s vocals from his Drake parody The Ride Ain’t Over, MCMIAG shows off how well Woot’s flow (and slightly comical lyrics) complements the grittiness of the original beat. As a sucker for mashup, MCMIAG has been pumping out some pretty great ones recently and this is just one of many!
StrachAttack continues his genius streak of flipping fandom classics, this time bootlegging JackleApp’s banger from the first Balloon Party showcase, 100% No Feeble Cheering. In this extremely high-energy bootleg, Strach’s improved sound design especially shines, as does his clever incorporation of other Balloon Party samples. A wild upgrade of a classic tune with a slight trap edge to it, this is a gem from the new year of pony tunes!
It’s always a nice surprise seeing niche genres, especially from fresh artists, like this show up on Cider Party! Fresh off noise.horse’s Lunar New Year: Trash3D compilation, Enuna brings a schizophrenic mix of high-energy leads, hard-hitting distorted kicks, and an onslaught of chopped vocal samples, including several from the titular evil Night Queen!
The folks at Never Say Neigh have been giving us a steady stream of hard-hitting dubstep tunes since their compilation Black Stable, Vol. 1 dropped, and this banger is from Xericide! With some top-tier heavy sound design and a dread-filled atmosphere befitting of the titular hellscape, this is a recent standout of fandom tunes!
The immensely talented Rockin’Brony comes through with an exceedingly well-done cover of Aviators’ fandom classic, Open Your Eyes! With some flourishes to enhance the cover, an increased electric guitar presence, and a subtle and ethereal synthesizer at the song’s climax, the cover is very much in the spirit of the original while adding Rockin’Brony’s flavor to make it his own.
This cleverly-named Chrysalis-themed track from bounce prodigy BlackIce marks his return to A State of Sugar and is certain to make any fan of the genre move their feet! Featuring some crazy grooves, authentic and playful synths, and even some vocal chopping near the end, BlackIce continues to prove how underrated he really is in the scene with this tune!
A different form of progressive house than what’s usually popular in the genre, chill connoiseur Cynifree and sonic innovator Zizkil bring a Kirin-themed banger to A State of Sugar! The Kirin-themed tune cleverly incorporates Autumn Blaze monologuing into it, and contains extremely colorful musical textures, a fine-tuned atmosphere during the more subdued sections, and an undeniably danceable groove. Certainly a highlight on ASOS and Cider Party’s channel!
Remixing TCB’s atmospheric Cutie Cut, drum & bass maestro Nevermourn breaks his way onto A State of Sugar’s Ice Cream! Featuring a more traditional DnB take, this remix adds its own flavor and crunchiness to the original, and the rhythmic use of vocal chops fit like a glove on this tune in particular. Nevermourn continuing to develop his style truly is one of the most exciting things to watch in the brony music scene!
This gorgeous piece from Mane in Green tells the story of our resident animal whisperer Fluttershy befriending a butterfly. The tune has some excellent use of strings and piano in particular, and it wonderfully depicts the peril Fluttershy and her little friend encounter on their aforementioned adventures before resolving into satisfying peace. A whole symphony of emotions, in four and a half minutes!