This song is a fun one to listen to; it is very 1990s-inspired! The sound selection, the portrayal of the theme, etc. are well-thought of and executed. The song just wants you to go out and have fun with friends. What a way to spend the “Summer in Equestria”! Nice work, Crusader!
Here’s an interesting take on “Raise This Barn”: it’s a metal cover in the Finnish language! Sure, it’s different, especially to the Western area of the world, but it’s well-put together. The lyrics are on the top of the beat; the recordings are high quality; and the mixing is clean. Nice job making it all fit nicely, Elias Frost!
Reminiscent of the Season 6 finale, this piece by CainbowRrash portrays the defeat of Queen Chrysalis and how she reflected on it when all was said and done. The song takes a different approach to the climax of the episode, one that the show has not shown. Where she is now, we may never know—for now.
Ah, yeah! Love us some trap and future bass here, coming from The Dark Side! Inspired by John Joseco and his Princess Molestia webcomic, with Trap Nation style visuals, this song is sure to be appreciated by brony bassheads everywhere. From the emotional chord progressions to the cool sub falls and filthy drops, this track has a nice combination of both trap in major and minor keys. Nice job, Dark Side!
Jyc Row sure knows how to deliver the goods when it comes to orchestral music, and “Strength” is no exception! Inspired from Rockhoof’s story in Season 7, Episode 16, “Campfire Tales,” this work has instrumentation fit for Rockhoof’s time and composition fit for a typical superhero. It definitely feels like you’re in the village when you listen to it! Great composition, Jyc!
The rest of the Jyc Row’s EP will be coming soon, as this is Song #1.
Ooh, some dirty wubs coming from none other than Lily Stilson here! The big thing with this is the sound design; it’s straight-up in your face one hundred percent of the time during the drops. The rap sections and the drops complement each other, and the post processing on the vocals is well-done! This is a nice remix!
Go check out the original by SayMaxWell, FritzyBeat, and ForeverFreest here!
Well this track’s a fun one! This is a well-made remix from HoriXZ0n of Daniel Ingram’s “A True, True Friend!” My, that sub bass fits perfectly with the chords; it complements them nicely. The instrumentals and vocals go quite well together too, like it sounds natural. Something like that is what you want in a remix like this, just a different version of the original song. You did a good job, HoriXZ0n!
Go check out Ingram’s original song here!
Some serious DnB wubs coming from Tripon with his “Villians 2.0,” part of his Villians EP! Golly, this can work as a great example song as to what Drum and Bass can sound like. The mixing and drum patterns are clean, and the wubs tie it all in. Tripon also gave a nice contrast to the drops and the breakdown, giving his interpretation as to what a villain would be like from a musical standpoint.
Go check out the rest of Tripon’s Villains EP here!
Brought to you by Daniel Ingram, and remixed by Faulty, this work has to be one of the most beautiful house tracks this fandom has to offer! The composition of the instrumentation is well-made to fit perfectly with the Rainbow Dash vocals. Also, the vocal chops make for a nice lead in the breakdown. This song is just so polished, it deserves more recognition; like it needs on a Dude Perfect or People are Awesome video. Go give it a listen if you haven’t already!
Awesome job, Faulty! (Good choice on the cover art, too!)
Go check out the original here!
Here are some sweet DnB vibes coming from MrMehster, here, featured on A State of Sugar’s recent album, Candy! The sound design is fun and lighthearted, and the vocal chops make for an awesome lead. With the Japanese vocals in there, combined with the overall feel of the track, it almost sounds future bass-like with a DnB drum pattern and tempo; very interesting idea there! Nice job, MrMehster!