Simplicity is nice sometimes. A solo acoustic guitar and a voice are plenty enough to make a song, as Chord Catcher shows here, continuing his tradition of releasing cover songs every now and again 😉 Take a listen for something nice to end the day with.
Revamped songs are always cool to hear – sometimes you get to see how much a musician has improved over the years, and sometimes you just get a completely new experience of a song! In this case it’s the latter, with Nicolas turning this song from trance to a much more downtempo ambient piece.
Feels like the original of this only just dropped recently, and there’s a VIP already! This version of the track adds plenty more drums compared to the rather low-key original, but still manages to keep a minimalist feel while giving it that classic chill liquid dnb feel and flow.
It probably won’t surprise you that there’s a few P@D songs on this month’s community-voted Top Ten list, but can you guess which? Check it out for a little recap of last month’s music.
I hope you kids like remixes, because Chang31ing’s been on a roll recently! After his remix of Phoenix (one of my favourites from him) and an edit of Budzy’s song Risen, we now have one for Silva’s song Taco Tuesday. Strong sub and an eclectic mix of bass sounds – just right for this kind of trap music.
Also lots of memes. Just a heads-up.
It’s a cover from the soundtrack, so I’m still counting it as spoilers, check out the song after the break!
I’m glad EnergyTone is back and able to regularly upload songs again, even if they’re in a language I don’t understand! This Russian cover of BBBFF takes much more of a poppy approach than his past works, but the guitars are still on point – I still maintain that EnergyTone does some of the best mixing in the fandom. Go check it out, y’all know what the lyrics mean anyway 😉
Ghost is back! I’ve always loved Ghost’s compositions and how each track he makes has its own style and tells its own story. This piece starts off with some lovely acoustic guitar, moves into some sweeping string arpeggios, then suddenly strips back halfway through to an ambience that leads into a wailing electric guitar solo. This song is part of a double release with Strife, a darker post-rock piece infused with orchestral elements.
Voting is open for the Top Ten again! Remember, the video has to have been published in September, so be careful if choosing songs recently released from Anthology! Go, cast your votes!
(Mild MLP Movie spoilers, nothing more than what the trailers show)
This brand new track from Vylet, VooDoo, and Namii (formerly Cadie) took 3 months to make, and boy does the effort put into it show! Namii’s vocals near the start help shift the song from a melodic moment of calm into the buildup for the drop. And the drop itself – for me the sound design really hits a sweet spot between the regular growls and bass sounds familiar to this genre and the more experimental sounds that Vylet often incorporates into his music. Go check out the song for MLP movie hype!
Also, please consider taking a moment of silence for Fishman, may he drop in peace.