As the Croatian title (Quiet, Peaceful Day) implies this new, instrumental track is chilled out. Utilizing minimalist instrumentation, Dominique achieves a calming movement through electric drums and pads. By expertly panning the pads back and forth across the stereo sound spacing, it feels like the song is literally moving and to a calming rhythm that makes it very easy to unwind. Unique and innovative, Nicolas continues to create music that defies language barriers.
An ethereal and surrealistic soundscape that will take you to places. A philosophic variation of a remix of Welcome to the Show done by Brilliant Venture featuring vocal work from Wubcake. One Track Mind has been producing some really splendid and experimental works on the electronic music world. This variation proves that, shows how prolific an artist can be with their creative process. And the result is a 6 minute journey into a dark forest where cruel fantasies are created, a haunting, beautiful and yet mechanical experience. Keep up with this amazing tracks! They aren’t One, because they expand our Mind. Amazing Track!
Nicolas is a master of the chillout and ambient genres, music that just puts you into a trance throughout the entire thing. And now he’s compiled an entire EP of songs fitting that bill, all themed around the idea of exploring weird and wonderful parts of Equestria…or an alternate version of it…where cheese rolls down hills and unicorns swim through lakes with pillows on their heads. Perhaps it’s best not to think about it too hard…
Friendly Monsters and Fascinating Places is available to download for free on Nicolas’ Bandcamp.
ModernBard has been getting back into ambient music and futuristic imaginations of Equestria. This song is part of an EP of sorts, with parts III and IV also now released on his channel (part I was originally posted 6 months ago), so check them if out if you’re into this sort of thing!
This right here. Over Equestria is one of those tracks that reminds me of how far we have come together, and how far we have yet to go. As the introduction to Tales From Equestria, Vylet sets the tone with some deep, retrospective sound design. It really paints the picture of standing atop a hill, looking out over the world, a light breeze in the air, and reflecting on where it all began to where we are now. You really have to hear it for yourself to understand. But it also begs the question, “Where will we go from here?”
Thorinair’s back! With his last pony music release 3 years ago, I’ve been eagerly waiting for his return. And here he is, showing that he hasn’t lost an ounce of talent in his hiatus. This song premiered on Glory of the Night 50, and it’s so good to see it up for download. It’s pay-what-you-want, so go check it out now!
Direct Current’s music is always wonderful to listen to. In Proprioception, he takes a crack at ambient, and he does a superb job. The multitudinous layers of sound are serene and peaceful, together forming a soundscape at once as vast as the ocean, and as small and precious as a snowglobe.
This super consoling single comes from Vylet Pony‘s new album, Tales from Equestria. That Feeling I Get in my Heart utilizes a very creative array of instrumentation including toy-box style bells and a melodica mixed in with more conventional strings and a fascinating use of background noise for ambience. Namii adds her soothing vocals towards the end for context, singing about that moment after an adventure where you must part ways with your partner. Vylet really captures the reassuring feeling captured from a somber moment with this track.
¡Sí, se habla español aquí! But we mostly stick to English for the writeups. Nic’s working on a new album full of chill goodness, and this is one of the songs that will feature on it. Published just after the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, it works as a counterpart to Le Soleil, which was released at the Summer Solstice. Clever, that.
One Track Mind is back and released an amazing concept album about Moonbutt which is unique and experimental! Ranging from Ambient to Drumstep, One Track Mind delivered a delicious range of textures and sounds, full of awesome tracks, my favourites being _Null, Solitude, All Quiet In The Equestrian Front, Dream Invasion, and Memories of You. Full of wild synths and some wubby basses, One Track Mind is going to delight you with Lunar Dreams, you will love it! Keep up the good work One Track Mind! This album was really good!
Lunar Dreams is available to download on One Track Mind’s bandcamp page for free!