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Arabesque Sympony – Tricks up My Sleeve (Covering Daniel Ingram) | Funk Rock

It’s not just Nightmare Night, it’s also Trixie Day! And Arabesque Sympony made such a lovely cover of Trixie’s Tricks up My Sleeve from EQG2, in the spirit of the spooky night! Getting on stage to play along with Trixie, the pony musician not only covered the instrumental delightfully using the power of rock (including an amazing bass solo), but is also covering the song with his own vocals that are so cute and beautiful. Overall a very addictive cover that will make you want to sing along and raise your hooves, and cheer for Arabesque Sympony and Trixie!

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4everfreebrony – Working On The Farm (Ponification of “Waiting In The Weeds” by The Eagles) | Soft Rock

4everfreebrony is tugging at the heartstrings again, this time from Applejack’s point of view. In a tribute to an underappreciated Eagles hit, the longtime fandom alum sings a song to AJ’s parents letting them know what is happening with their family and how she has been feeling. As usual, everything from the guitar-work to the harmonies, to the production is spot on and you can’t help but get a bit emotional listening to the hardworking farm pony tell her mom and dad they could never be replaced.Touching and with the perfect amount of slice-of-life feel, Working on the Farm is another fantastic number in 4everfreebrony’s always impressive repertoire.

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[P@D] Replacer – Still No Words | Experimental Rock / Psychedelic Rock

New Ponies At Dawn, that means new Replacer track! And this one for me is very special, an experimental and trippy sound that it’s this instrumental track! It begins with a etheral and sombre ambient pad that gets trippy and then the psychedelic guitar sound mixed with the keybord chords make that an amazing experience coming from a experimental Beatles album! Replacer did here an amazing experimentation and you should listen to it!
Download or buy Enigma at the enigmatic P@D bandcamp!

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Arabesque Sympony – Gift | Rock

Arabesque Sympony’s first original pony song is delightfully themed around one of the things that really holds our community together: Love. It is such a gift from life indeed, to be able to feel love for so many people and to even get love in return too (I can tell), and Arabesque performed this sweet rock tune with love and his pony band of full formation, and is sharing it with us all! Isn’t it wonderful? Let’s cheer for the musician everypony!

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[P@D] 4EverfreeBrony & Replacer – Piece of History | Classic Rock

The hype for Enigma has been building up for a while, but it’s in full swing now that we have our first real taste of the music! 4Everfree and Replacer have come thru with a magnificently catchy tune about Princess Twilight struggling with her princesshood and longing to recede from the public eye. The vocals (especially the falsetto backing vocals in the chorus) and production, as indicated in the description, is highly reminiscent of Jeff Lynne of Electric Light Orchestra’s, which is always a plus for me. The premise of the song is a wonderful juxtaposition with its actual sound and this is truly something everypony can enjoy. Well done, guys!

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The Beatle Bronies – Did You Know I’ve Got a Secret | Classic Rock

Time for more ponifications of classic Beatles songs courtesy of The Beatle Bronies! Their tribute to Do You Want to Know a Secret doubles as a tribute to S05E19 The One Where Pinkie Pie Knows, and despite being short, the Classic Rock treat is as lovely as it can get, with qdBrony, Wootmaster, and P1K all doing a magnificent job with much passion and skill.

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The Beatle Bronies – Magical Mystery Cure | Classic Rock

After a three-year hiatus, The Beatle Bronies are finally back, this time with new drummer Wootmaster! This time, they bring a great new parody (one that lends itself way too easily to the original) named the controversial but beloved season 3 finale of the same name. The authenticity to the Beatles’ sound is on-point here and it should be enough to please any longtime Beatle Bronies fan!

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The Ponytones – Horse of the Rising Sun (The Animals ponified) | Rock

The next Ponytones ponification is here! Keeping with the 60s theme, “Horse of the Rising Sun” parodies (specifically) the famous Animals cover of Bob Dylan’s original, “House of the Rising Sun.” The lyrics by iRhymeTheSongs are about Celestia, as you may have guessed from the title, and are handled very well. With some immaculate drumming and fiery vocals from Wootmaster, crisp guitar and bass tones from The Sound Guy, and some very sharp organ playing by Riccardo C, this Celestia-focused parody is quite well-produced and should be a treat for anyone, even those who haven’t heard the original.

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A State of Sugar – Bubblegum | Compilation Album | Multi-Genre

ASoS Bubblegum! here we go! ❤ Been looking forward to this for DAYS! The talent from this album is so wonderful and open, its extraordinary what people are capable of, and in how many ways the power of music can make its mark. Everybody did wonderful! Truly A-MA-ZING! I am proud and honored to have been a part of this with you all and I look forward to the next album! Everybody please stay talented, beautiful, and awesome. ❤ Please, promise me that. ❤

(And thank you all for having me and Ayydray on. MASSIVE S/O TO AYYDRAY HE’S THE HERO BEHIND THE TRACK! AYYDRAYY WE SEE YOU BRO ❤ )

And let’s stick like the awesome taste of Bubblegum! 😀

Bubblegum is available to download from the ASOS Bandcamp for FREE.

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Ponysphere & Secret Metal – Apples & Moonshine | Classic Rock

Those who expected Hard Rock or Heavy Metal in this new release from the crazy duo will be surprised! Going for a full Classic Rock twist, “Moonshinesphere” Ponysphere and Secret “Drunk” Metal decided to depict another everyday scene at Sweet Apple Acres in delightful musical ways. May it be apple liquor/schnaps or moonshine, I’m sure the Apple family put some of these sweet apples to extra good use, and nothing beats a good drink at the end of a day’s hard work! Take an invigorating drink along Applejack, Big Mac, Moonshinesphere and Drunken Metal, and reminisce about the gold times of old for rock music as you taste the incredible solos and riffs of this mighty tune. To savor without moderation! No, I wasn’t talking about the moonshine… or was I? hic