AJ Young – Witchcraft & Wubbery | Dubstep

AJ Young has a new EP out, which you can find here. This is the title track, which is deliciously wubbly. The vocals are so chopped as to become another part of the instrumentation, and it sounds nice and spooky. Fitting, as we’re almost upon Nightmare Night!


[PVCF] Royalpony – So Much More to Me | Happy Hardcore

Royalpony’s new song is part of an album of old and new tunes. It’s wonderfully uplifting and cheerful, with some delightful vocal chops sprinkled in for flavor. If you’re looking for a dose of energy and joy, look no further than this great song!
This track is available as part of Ponyville Ciderfest‘s Official Convention Album.


Lorris – Hyperdrive | Album | Electronic

Lorris’s new album is jam-packed with delightful wubbly goodness. Dubstep, drumstep, trap, and more are all represented here, with an overarching cybernetic theme. Every song is amazing, and there’s enough variation to keep you engaged throughout the album. Songs like Dropshot are guttural and bassy, while Particles Storm is crisp and dark. It’s pay what you want, so go give it a listen!


PrinceWhateverer – Better Tomorrow (feat. IMShadow007, Sable Symphony, Amethyst Shade, Metal Core Pony, Silent Echo & 4EverfreeBrony) | Metal

Heavily inspired by Argodaemon‘s animations, and this one in particular, this song by PrinceWhateverer is about Twilight. Centuries in the future, when she’s outlived all her friends, what is there left for her to do? Brimming with emotion, this is a truly wonderful piece of music.


JoinedTheHerd – Memory Lane | House

I’ve been in the fandom a long time–almost six years now. It’s been an amazing, wild ride. And JoinedTheHerd’s newest song is like being hit with all six years at once. Every sample has a story to it–Snowdrop, cleaning with wubs, crush kill destroy swag, set phasers to hug, and of course the clips from the show itself. Memory Lane really reminds me of all the fun times we’ve had as a fandom. What an amazing, heartwarming piece!


PeKaNo – Starlight’s Redemption | Breakcore

ANOTHER STARLIGHT SONG, WOOHOO! And it’s breakcore, a genre we don’t see that much of too. This lovely song is about Starlight and her journey. It seems to be encapsulating the season 5 finale, beginning slowly and gently and progressively building more power and speed. From there, softer and more melodic elements enter, as Starlight realizes that she can forge new friendships.