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Branrich VanIster – The Dazzlings | Soundtrack

Ever wondered what happened after Rainbow Rocks? Branrich VanIster’s created a small piece that could set the scene for them being forced to live in the new reality of them being unable to sing like they used to. As such, the music is slow and grungy, mostly consisting of an 808 drum beat and an acoustic guitar. The future sure sounds gloomy for this trio.

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VocalScorePony – Pinkie Sense! | Acoustic

VocalScorePony wears his name quite fittingly, as his singing skills are admirable. Not only is the upfront singing amazing, but the vocal harmonies are awesome as well. The instrumental does not trail behind and the ukulele adds an additional dose of fun to the lyrics, perfect for a Pinkie song. The bassline is neat too and lots of little details have been added, such as a little bit of piano when it is mentioned that one should lookout for falling pianos. Also congratulations to him for his song Thank You For The Fun! that was recently awarded best pony song of 2019 by Top Pony Music!

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Painters & Poets – Follow | Alternative Rock

Painters & Poets fly onto the scene with their debut song, Follow! P&P is a supergroup consisting of Acouste Wholenote and SlightlyAmiss, the former being the primary lyricist. Follow is a beautiful rock song that depicts a scenario between Scootaloo and Rainbow Dash, where the former sits about all upset about the fact that she can’t fly… yet. For a good chunk of the track, it’s lead by an acoustic guitar, with the occasional burst of distorted guitars in the chorus, though the song finally comes to life after the second chorus, where the guitars come in full force, even throwing in a couple admirable solos! The song closes out with some nice closure, showing that Scootaloo can, in fact, fly and chase her dreams. What a great first impression this group has left us!

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Luck Rock – I Can Have Mr. Cake (And Eat Him Too) (Feat. General Mumble) | Acoustic

This is our very own Luck Rock’s first release in nearly a year, and what better way to celebrate than with a Valentine’s Day piece alongside General Mumble? I Can Have Mr. Cake is a funny track about Mrs. Cake’s infatuation with her husband, using imagery and puns centered around baking and sweet treats to describe how much she loves her, making the whole thing lovely as well as funny. Those puns are to die for!

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m2the3rd – Differently, A Derpy Song (feat. JustKat) | Soft Rock

Derpy’s one of the show’s most iconic and usually relatable characters. Differently is a song about Derpy’s struggles and overcoming them, featuring some adorable vocals from JustKat. The instrumentation is comprised of soft rock elements, including glitzy bells and acoustic chords, the song’s focus mainly being on JustKat’s voice and the bassline. A cute song just about being yourself!

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Branrich VanIster – World In The Mirror | Soundtrack

Branrich VanIster returns with another instrumental composition, this one based on Equestria Girls. With that in mind, the track’s use of synthesised guitar, drums and piano give off heavy RPG game vibes, as if the main character’s just stumbled upon the school and is ready to get settled in on the first day, possibly meeting the mane 6 in the process. Sometimes you don’t need words to get out an optimistic feeling!

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Ardeleiz – Moonchild (feat. Koron Korak and Arabesque Sympony) | Progressive Rock/Acoustic

Ardeleiz is back with a brand new tune, a ponified cover of Moonchild by legendary prog rock band King Crimson! A good chunk of the lyrics have been rewritten to revolve around Luna, and it makes for a good fit. Alongside Ardeleiz is Koron Korak on violin and Arabesque Sympony on vocals, and it definitely wouldn’t be complete without these two backing up this relaxing and emotional piece about the princess of the night!

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m2the3rd – Friends | Pop

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.