Neighsayer’s been a little slow with releases recently, but here he’s managed to put out what is quite possibly my favourite track from him. This is a really awesome alt. rock style track about Sunset Shimmer, featuring art from Shamanguli (feels like almost everybody’s using his art nowadays! Can’t say I blame them though). The groovy sound that comes in around 2:30 is just fantastic, and overall it’s a really nicely composed instrumental piece. Definitely worth checking out!
As per usual with Replacer’s songs, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from this when I saw it on the Voyager tracklist. Replacer did, however, bring something completely different to the table add per usual with this darkish alternative song that almost has a marching feel with the driving kick drum, as the rest of the instruments fall in place one by one accentuating the rhythm.
Here it is, what’s bound to be the best Ponies At Dawn album yet. With each new album comes both a new selection of artists as well as some of the great ones who have been around for a while – something that is in my opinion the best balance when compiling brony music.
The album is available completely for free on Bandcamp, or you pay whatever amount you wish for it. You can expect to see many of the songs from it posted on the site in the coming days and weeks!
Well here we are! The resident ‘mega collab’ from the recent LDB album is a phenomenal work of blues music (something we don’t get too often in the fandom) from Spectra and Liquid Harmony, featuring Flak on vocals, Dragonal on lead guitar and Zephysonas on saxophone. This track is something a bit different from Spectra especially, but he’s tried on many different hats, and they all seem to fit just as well. Definitely one of my personal favourites from the album, make sure to check it out!
Just over a year after the release of their first compilation album, Beats Me, Lycan Dese Beats has released a new album, consisting of entirely new and exclusive songs by the musicians they usually feature on their show. Similar to the Ponies at Dawn albums, this album offers songs from a grand variety of artists, however, this album has a greater non-electronic influence that you might expect, perhaps more all-rounded.
You can download this from Bandcamp for any given price, and we’ll be featuring songs from the album as they’re released with an [LDB] label in the post titles.
YYYYEEAAAAAAHHH!!! It’s about time we got some blues on here! Ponysphere brings us a song based on the classic one-way admiration between Spike and Rarity. I hope we see more blues music in the fandom music scene soon, this stuff is awesome!