Teased at loophoof and NeverLastStanding set at EFNW 2019, this remix of Best Friends Until the End of Time by NeverLastStanding and Paloris is finally out! Featuring some lush chords and some amazing vocal chops, we definitely get the best of both worlds from Paloris and NeverLastStanding. This is a wonderful reimagining of the song from the show and it will brighten up your day and put a smile on your face for sure. So what are you waiting for? Dive on in!
Chang31ing keeps the remixes of some awesome classics rolling with an amazing trap remix of Yelling at Cats’ What Went Wrong. A super deep bassline and some really good but minimal drums makes this song a banger that you have to listen to. I love the little lead thing in the drop section, it brings the whole feeling together and makes this an enjoyable song.
Here’s a fun little track from Rod St3v3n! A short but sweet eurobeat remix of Under Our Spell from Rainbow Rocks. Full of that charm and classic sound you would expect from a eurobeat track, soon you’ll be stomping your feet and wanting to dance, fully captured under the spell of this delightfully upbeat remix from Equestria Girls!
Tw3Lv3 has been writing some nice liquid drum and bass lately, and this song shows the improvements that they have been making in their production. I love the bell sounds that are playing throughout the entire song and how they’re complimented by the very smooth drums sounds and luscious bassline. If you’re a fan of chill music, this is definitely one to check out!
Dynamite Grizzly is a no stranger to things fast and hard, and this track is surely a sight to behold. Starting off with some amazing heavy guitar riffs, the breaks that occasionally interject are a hint of what’s to come. I’m always a fan of acid riffs, and this track delivers in style. I would never have expected somebody to turn Apple Chord into a super fast, super exciting hardcore track, but here it is, and I’m glad that it exists!
It’s been a while since the last upload we’ve had from Cloud Hop, and this new song definitely does not disappoint. Here’s an epic song about flying through some blistering clouds. I love the string melodies in the song, the brass really gives it this cinematic feeling, and the drums really round it out. It just feels like an epic flight through a whirlwind.
Radiarc is back once again bringing some beautiful orchestral. Lead by a beautiful piano this song really has some good charm to it, and really exemplifies what I thing of when I imagine Radiarc making orchestral music. Amazing emotions throughout combined with wonderful sounding instruments, this definitely can bring a tear to the eye.
Coming off A State of Sugar‘s latest album, Ice Cream, eksoka‘s song Oneiromancy once again proves that eksoka is here to provide us with beautiful tunes. It’s a beautiful deep track with some wonderful progression and the atmosphere is built really well. It might be calmer than some of eksoka’s previous tracks, but it definitely has the same charm as their previous tracks. It’s definitely one of my favorites from the album, and is one you should most certainly check out.
Sky Runner shows once again that she’s a queen in the drum and bass scene, delivering an amazingly dark and creepy tune that is very fitting for the name The Stalker. This tune definitely cranks up the vibes with an haunting intro heralded by music box. The drop comes in with usual Sky Runner fashion, super smooth and the bass line complements the music box super well. Be sure to grab this one off Ponies at Dawn’s new album Enigma.
Off Enigma comes this massive tun here from Protocat with some great rapping from N. Hollow. I’m loving the amazing atmosphere that comes with every Protocat song, and everything comes together to deliver this super energetic track. The best part has to be how the track maintains it’s smoothness while being so upbeat, it’s just super pleasant to listen to. Definitely a groovy track and one that you’ll want to check out.
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A personal favorite from Enigma, Protocat and N. Hollow both brought their A game on this song. Protocat’s arrangement is gorgeous, with an incredibly wavy bassline, tasteful use of effects, and an undeniable groove. N. Hollow wears his A$AP Rocky influences on his sleeves here (even namedropping him), with some great wordplay and his normal references to various fashion designers and gangsta rap conventions. That hook is also infectious! (Thanks for the shout out too, bra)
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