Part 5 of Modern Bard’s vintage electronica EP takes a turn towards 70s synthpop with a little hint of breakbeat style drum programming in there. Super mellow pads and bass sounds give this an ethereal, chill vibe too. There’s still more to come apparently, hopefully with a download link soon!
To celebrate 1k subs, TCB has made a relaxing Breaks track with incredible sampling work, amazing drum work and amazing bass work. A track full of light and enters your heart and make it warmer. The vocal chops and the Celestia speech sampling were spot on, the “field recording” feeling at the end with the birdsong and the pouring rain sounds like a lot of fun and it fits the mood where we are right now (maybe in Europe). And for the end, that delicious piano part, choosing a great skill behind TCB’s mind. Good job TCB, hope your work inspires new musicians to make good music like yours!
Noise.horse’s compilation albums are always a great chance to experiment and venture out of your comfort zone. One Track Mind being already a musician who tends to explore the paths less traveled, it makes this tune even more unique, with a quality progression of beautiful piano as well as glitchy melodies. A song grasping the essence of Nostalgia in an intricate way, it’s available as part of VALENTINE’S BRAINDANCE, a compilation album from the experimental label noise.horse that features a lovely array of talented musicians who pushed the limits extra further for Hearts and Hooves Day!
After two big years of development and collaboration, Exiark gifts us all with an incredible electronic album! Utilizing the talents of many exceptional fandom musicians like Chi-Chi, FritzyBeat, Freest, NekoWolf, Flittzy, Namii, Megaphoric, and Lia Quo, Otherworldly Journey is comprised of a whopping 19 tracks exploring Princess Luna’s journey throughout her exile on the moon.
The tracks range in genre and encompass a great variety of electronic music while still appealing to most everyone. No matter what type of music you prefer, there’s something special on this album for you!
Aside from the obvious vocal talent featured on Otherworldly Journey, Exiark’s use of expertly crafted synths and beat tracking is on full display, and will transport you to another world! There is an excellent sense of a lunar atmosphere in the instrumentation which ranges from symphonic to synth-heavy, and the subtle space vibes will make you feel as though you are dancing with the Princess of the night herself. There is no excuse not to check out this outstanding album!
Author’s note: While I don’t like to compare fandom music to time periods for several reasons, if you had told me that several of the tracks on this album were big hits from the early days of the fandom, I would absolutely believe you. Exiark really makes the music his own style, discernible from other early fandom musicians but there’s something about the quality and energy that takes me back in time with a giant smile on my face.
Exiark’s album is finally out, and it’s pay-what-you want! I’ve been looking forward to it for a long time, and boy, does it deliver! This song, Chased, is an absolutely top-tier example of DnB, with his crazy trademark wubs at an extra-high speed. Give it a listen right now!
Editor’s note: Listener discretion is advised, but not obligatory if you’re hardcore enough.
Hey kids, do you like hardcore music?! Do you like earraping fun?! Do you like celebrating Thanksgiving in a different way?! (And a week late too, oops!) Do you like to support awesome charities?! If so you are in the right place!
Let’s celebrate Flanksgiving, where you instead of thanks everything and everyone, you do naughty things! That’s right! At Flanksgiving we do the craziest things in the world! So yeah, listen to this album for celebrate! The Pinkamena Party Crew gave to birth another crazy compilation full of awesome and hard songs mostly about celebrating the Flanksgiving or stupid situations at Flanksgiving! And you better buy it, because the money will go to support an association that helps children with cancer. Download or buy at the Pinkamena Party bandcamp page.
Close Your Eyes
Control Your Inner self
Have Sweet Dreams
Radiarc delivers some really atmospheric and ethereal Breakcore for this Nightmare Night track. The song, with a spooky image as visual art done by dadio46, Finaglerific and Lopoddity, has a lot of orchestral and industrial elements, mixing the aggression and wildness of breakcore with the mechanical feelings of industrial and with the atmospheric and ethereal elements of orchestral! Radiarc did really an amazing work on this, do more Breakcore please! This turn out amazing, keep up the rad work!
It’s like they crossed over with Pinkamena Party… Have this to finish off our Nightmare Night posts! Writeup is after the break with some gory stuff.
YOOOO my first post man, happy to do this for you guys. 🙂 My name is MC-Arch and you’ve probably seen me Before on this Page, but I thought it was nice to do something back for you guys for once and here I am! LETS DO THIS!
Get your headphones up and ready and blast this beat on Max Volume because THIS is some pretty good stuff if you ask me, coming from a Hiphop lover Myself. I Really love the DJ scratches that are remixed with Pinkie Pie. The drop itself and the Drums are really enjoyable. And as far as I’m concerned, I’d happily lay some bars on this awesome piece. (that is, if I could work with this guy. I’d happily do that Man. SERIOUSLY, REACH OUT TO ME BRO THIS IS DOPE!) It reminds alot of Doctor P – Flying Spaghetti Monster, but with Pinkie Pie. I say it’s perfect. 🙂 Give this guy some love man, he deserves it for his awesome work.
The collective that started parodying P@D since the finals of 2016 – Ponies That Yawn – released another album that parodies the newest P@D album: Guardians and also parodies the newest Pinkamena Party album: INCOHESIVE HORSE ADESIVE. The result is JUXTAPOSITION DEFENDERS.
This album is full of very good tunes and includes the NightVapor remix of an ExplodingPonyToast song done by EPT himself! Grab the album, it’s worth to listen!
The album is available as Name Your Price on a bandcamp near you!