This piece of music is truly breathtaking. It’s orchestral music is slow and calming, which fits the subject matter of the track incredibly. The track also gives off a sense of powerful emotion and grandeur, adding to the already rich and amazing atmosphere of the track even more so.
This remix gives the happy and emotional Best Gift Ever song some new electronic music, which blends with the vocals, giving it a some really exciting parts to listen to, as well as keeping the original emotion of the song there. A really awesome track just in time for the holidays!
This song is so powerful and an incredible thing to listen to, and this remix definitely lives up to that. This remix keeps the original vocals, and also adds some melodic dubstep to them to make an equally powerful version of this show song. And, might I add, this track is an absolute testament to this fandom’s creative ability, and the fact that, even with the show gone, we can still make awesome works, like this one, based off of it!
We’ve come to the fifth and final track of Jyc Row’s amazing Legion EP, this one centred around the EP’s established legion of doom. Serving as the closing track, it’s only fitting that the pure epic orchestral feelings are turned up to eleven here, and the inclusion of vocalist Celica Soldream throughout this 4 part piece further helps makes it flourish. Perfect music for the inevitable final battle!
Sometimes we fall and hit the ground, but M2the3rd will be there to show you that it isn’t that bad. M2the3rd has written a song about friendship and more specifically how friends are always there to lift you up, using the allegory of Twilight and the mane six. It would really be a shame to let it slip under the radar, as its cute melodies and emotional and mellow lyrics are a delight to the ear and very heart-warming. The guitar adds a soft and acoustic homelike feel, and the piano chords will harmonize the elements of your heart.
After a long wait, it’s finally here. Track 1 from Thrasher’s newly-released album Welcome to Insanity is an ominous electronic opener that perfectly sets the tone for the album. The first half builds up an amazing atmosphere with a dark synth pad that fades in and descends, coupled by the image of countless changeling eyes, almost as if you’re being surrounded. A minute in, the moon rises into view and soon enough, the sound of a constant kick drum in front of some driving bass can be heard as if it’s being played inside a club, before quickly becoming more audible. As the guitar joins, the sky seems to flash with colours as if the changeling hive’s just decided to start up a rave. However, after a computerised voice says “Welcome to Insanity”, we’re met with a vision of the album’s artwork followed by a change into Thrasher’s typical style of metal mixed with electronic elements. The drums sound clean and powerful and the guitar riffs and lead behind it really add to the dark mood introduced. Despite its short length, what this track sets out to do is purely amazing. And this is only the opening track!
Let the bass rock your speakers. Track 45 of Ponies at Dawn: Eternal sees the grand return of mikuma, their first feature on a P@D album since 2018’s Enigma. Being their first release since that year, they’ve come back with a banging hybrid trap tune that starts strong and stays strong. Along with mikuma is the iconic J. Free, who provides a tactical serving of rap flow towards the end of this slice of trap mastery. Welcome back to the fold, mikuma!
The penultimate track from Jyc Row’s Legion EP is here, and it’s a truly menacing piece about Grogar. Joining him is Yoed Nir on the cello to really bring this piece to life. All the ominous percussion, choirs, strings and bells come together to perfectly capture Grogar’s personality as a tyrannical leader to be feared. If he ever makes an appearance in a future MLP show, this would be the perfect introductory music.
Do you remember Discord? Yes you do. Do you remember Stablefree and Replacer’s cover of it? Well as many great jazz or big band songs in the fandom it got an electro swing remix. Blue Velocity doesn’t upload often but when they do it’s always a treat. To make it work they had to have it sound older and newer at the same time, and Replacer‘s piano playing got a chance to shine anew. You can practically hear Discord’s laugh in the brass, and that beat and pace makes for the perfect mix of chaos and swing!
Ponytronic’s back, with a big change of pace from his last handful tracks. This one is a late Thanksgiving special about PearMac with a blissful atmosphere and cheery mood. The song’s perfect blend of orchestral elements alongside the drum and bass foundation makes the melody really feel like a celebration of their relationship and later marriage. What more could you ask for when it comes to these two beauties?