WoodenToaster and General Mumble remixing a JackleApp song! I haven’t seen anything from Jackleapp or Toaster in a very long time, and it’s always a thrill to see something new from Mumble. This song has that classic 2012-y feel, which makes sense because it was mostly worked on then. Everything from the chiptune to the vocals are pure nostalgia. Give it a listen!
FruityFusion’s atmospheric take on mikuma’s future bass is absolutely lovely. It warbles melodically through bubbling soundscapes, touching each one. It’s so danceable and energetic, with very rich sound. A truly great remix!
iblank2apples’ lovely upbeat, energetic piece is about Twilight and her love of books. It’s made with ib2a’s signature synth style and superb skill. The little vocal chops accentuate the cheerful melodies beautifully. All together, it’s a wonderful composition.
Exiark’s stunning sound design is put to perfect use in this lovely track. Wubbly, deep, and very atmospheric, A Grim Fate seems to convey the feeling of Nightmare Moon after her transformation. Lovely melodic chords build to an incredibly complex drop. It’s an all-around amazing piece of music!
It’s like they crossed over with Pinkamena Party… Have this to finish off our Nightmare Night posts! Writeup is after the break with some gory stuff.
This spooky, haunting composition by Totalspark comes out just in time for Nightmare Night! Ooooo! There’s ghosts and ghouls and spooks galore. Creeping ghasts and hauntings abound in this frightful land. The delectable mix of sound is carefully curated to give you that delightfully spooky feeling. Say goodbye to the sun, for it is Nightmare Night!
Hey-ho, spoilerinos below. Watch the finale first, it’s pretty cool.
This wonderful track off Lin Stilson’s Space EP is progressive at its best. Wubbly, deep tones resonate through the vacuum, and the baseline spans stars. For the first time, ponies are leaving their humble planet and venturing out into the great unknown. The hyperdrive is charged up and ready, and the vast expanse of space awaits!
Ponytronic’s newest release is a wubbly, haunting composition of absolute force. It’s packed with bass and lovely cutoff effects. An assortment of DnB-like sounds kick in about halfway, while the broad, windy ones persist throughout. At every part, I’m struck by the vastness of the sound; it really does sound like a science fiction track.
Totalspark gives us Tectonic, a wonderfully bouncy track. With bass all over the place, energetic synths, and a cowbell to boot, it’s a real fun ride. The art is dead on – that’s exactly what I was doing when I listened to this lovely little song.