Arkineer, formerly known as Senjan, is back with a new OST piece he made for the fan game Adventure of the Lunarbolts, and this time it’s a remix of one of the BGM tracks from the show, Applejack’s Speech! Giving a wonderful new life to the amazing track by beloved composer William Anderson, the remix could be considered a spiritual successor to InfinityDash’s BGM remixes from 6 years ago, and doesn’t fail to pay tribute to the lovely melodies of the original, with an awesome new accompaniment and progression. Long live OST!
GhostXb is on a roll, and here comes his take on the much-remixed Best Friends Until the End of Time from the S7 premiere! Featuring amazing and much welcomed vocal chops as well as blissful bass, it also gives a subtle Country flavor and overall makes for a wonderful and very unique remix of the song. Every new release from GhostXb brings awe and I’m certainly delighted with all those tasteful musical styles, conducted masterfully!
Part of many recent collabs from Liquid Harmony, this much welcomed Country tune is the result of the mighty union of a lovely instrumental from Liquid Harmony and vocals from Silver Note, which you just knew were going to be amazing. The countryside definitely has a distinct charm that is quite powerful, and to have it expressed through heartfelt music once more and from such awesome musicians is a real treat!
Another song with a deep theme, this new release from Crusader truly gives off such a fiting countryside musical mood as it takes on what the Apple family must have felt while Applejack traveled to Manehattan in her youth (as depicted in S01E23 The Cutie Mark Chronicles). Expect honest vocals and an awesome performance on the acoustic guitar, banjo and harmonica!
Here’s the results of last month’s community vote for the top ten pony songs of November, enjoy!
Fire Frets serves us with an incredible cover here at the apple orchard for Applejack day, delivering an honest and masterful performance of 4everfreebrony’s original song Chasing Fate featuring Relative1Pitch. Every instrument played with much passion, the musical ride takes us through the emotional piano melodies, the beautiful violin performance from Relative1Pitch, wonderful new vocals, and blissful guitar play, to retell the moving story. The Apple family truly would be proud.
Yes, that’s a ponification of Man of Constant Sorrow. Yes I absolutely love that Steely’s done this. It’s a simple version, performed just with voice and acoustic guitar, like the version from the film O Brother, Where Art Thou? Keeping it simple sometimes works out for the best, and it certainly does so here.
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!
Mason al’Cat keeps bringing us more and more parody / ponified songs, this time with his take on Simon & Garfunkel’s The Sound of Silence. But rather than warn of the evils of advertising, it recounts the events of the season 4 premiere.
Yeeeeehaw, it’s about time we got some country music ’round these parts! Mason al’Cat brings us a ponification of Got My Country On by Chris Cagle, with a little bit of help from voice actress Hannah May. Check it out, it’s more dandy than a…than a fruit bat in a…in a…well I’m not good with countryisms…