Quicksilver charges back onto the scene with his first solo song in nearly a year, Not The Same! Just under a minute in length, this story about Moondancer takes off at full blast and doesn’t let up until the end. He sings with raw power and conviction in front of a heavy punk instrumental with elements of ska thrown in for a nice change of pace. Pony punk is always a treat!
Beautiful synths and vocal chops galore with Ice Angel’s remix of the EQG track Cheer You On! All three chops have their own unique flare of EDM goodness and the original vocals fit perfectly with the new track. Makes me want to cheer Ice Angel on!
Welcome to the show is simply one of the most beloved songs of The Equestria Girls side of MLP. It’s one of those songs that is in many of the fandom opinions. That came out in 2014-2015. The years some of Mr Ingrams best work released . It’s a song that really drives in the message of unity and friendship. Whirly Tail has taken it on himself to put his brand of hyper insanity into this remix. MY CELESTIA! Did he just inject something powerful into this song. It builds and drops over and over again. He took one of the most powerful moments of the movie, and revs up the bass and put his foot on the gas and JUST GOES!!!!. The main melody of the song is soo epic and high energy that you are jumping up and down cheering for mane 6 and sunset to KEEP GOING AND WIN!. The composition with mr ingrams melody just makes you feel so emotional with the song’s message but you want to mosh with your friends until you got nothing left. This track just hits with nitro and just goes so hard and is just so sweet. It’s really no shock that Whirly is talented with his work. He just made it on his very first appearance on the upcoming P@D: Ignite album, collabing with none other than John Kenza!. As always this Qilin asks you to judge for yourself.
This collab has a unique approach, as you’ll need to watch this with two videos playing at the same time! Twi and Rares do a Jam depicts a scenario where they’re set to perform on stage, with their voices provided by 15.ai. Once they’re done talking, a short but heavy instrumental plays, showing off Stable‘s signature metal style with some electronic additions from Koron Korak. Even as a light-hearted April Fools day gag, it sounds pretty great!
Equestria, assemble! Jyc Row’s first track of the year is Equestria Assemble, a hefty orchestral piece inspired by the Avengers. Based on the S9 finale, the song jumps straight into the powerful side of things without letting up, signifying the combined forces of Equestria coming together to stop the evil reigns of Tartarus’ most valued tyrants. An epic piece of imagery requires an equally epic sound to go along with it!
Brownie’s come back with his first original in nearly a year! I Am Who I Am is a powerful song centred around Derpy with lyrical themes about being true to yourself and living life however you want, no matter what others think. The video shows Brownie playing the song, clearly having a ton of fun, featuring appearances from Neighhem merchandise and a Derpy plushie!
You can always expect something crazy from Nyancat380, and Controlled Minds is no exception. Erratic Pinkie vocal chops fade in before jumping into a powerful beat just before the drop which consists of low-sounding noises put together rhythmically before quickly pushing right back into Pinkie’s voice. While on the shorter side, this definitely has a few unique sounds to it that are pleasing to the ear!
Lianella Stilson isn’t holding back with this one. Ears Up showcases her soft vocals in front of a powerful electronic backing, which mixes hardstyle and dubstep and even metal, as shown when Stilson growls “kill you” in a brutal fashion. Juxtaposed with this track is one of her staple components when it comes to her music, a cute visual of her pony looking around sheepishly in front of an explosion, her eyes occasionally turning black. Everypony has a dark side…
Another remix from Toby Macarony’s unique mind. This one is said to be his first ever attempt at creating MLP-related music, even predating his remix of Open Up Your Eyes from 2017! Even back then, all the elements you’ll hear in his music today was present here. This remix of BBBFF features plenty of beautiful elements, such as a lovely choir in the middle and brass/orchestral instruments. The result is a powerful remix that accentuates the original vocals perfectly. Can’t ignore this one!
After a 3 year hiatus, TheSoundGuy returns with a rock cover of My Past is Not Today! The crunchy guitars and powerful drums give the song a different texture, further adding to the optimistic tone that the original brought us. Check out that powerful lead towards the end!