4EverfreeBrony graces us with a cover of a show song and it’s none other than the memorable Luna’s Future who shook the community and called for so many remixes and covers ever since its airing. Gorgeous and Classic Rock-ish vocals are complementing an equally beautiful instrumental and the dramatic side of the lyrics surprisingly blends so well with the mellow and heart-warming music, for a unique result signed 4EverfreeBrony! And there’s even additional original lyrics!
Next in Rockin’Brony’s series of Re:Make covers, is Applejack’s theme that has definitely a distinct Country flavor! Nostalgic in more ways than one by also reminding of RainbowCrash88’s Applejack Stage Theme, this cover of Re:Make’s original song lays out an expert arrangement of banjo and mandolin sounds ending with a powerful Metal finale, with always those sweet Winter Wrap Up melodies!
An awesome cover this is. 🙂 Rockin’Brony did an awesome job covering Re:Make! I think its very well done and I personally really enjoy it! Its been awhile since we heared from Re:Make though, but It feels good to see that the Vibe is still so Alive! 😀 You can definitly feel it. Show some love everybody! ❤
Simplicity is nice sometimes. A solo acoustic guitar and a voice are plenty enough to make a song, as Chord Catcher shows here, continuing his tradition of releasing cover songs every now and again 😉 Take a listen for something nice to end the day with.
It’s a cover from the soundtrack, so I’m still counting it as spoilers, check out the song after the break!
Applejacks lullaby to Applebloom touched People and was a Adorable, Soothing, and Calming song. It is nice to see Kale paying tribute to that. 🙂 I think it is always nice to that the lullaby is very fitting regarding the Melody and it still keeps the soothing part in it. Yes, I like it. Very well done Kale. 🙂 Everybody, show some love. ❤
It was bound to happen at some point. Overall it doesn’t spoil the movie that much, but better safe than sorry, eh? Check out the song after the break.
Interpreting William Anderson‘s BGM from the episode, Mane In Green created a beautiful tribute to S07E12 Discordant Harmony. Covering that catchy melody sung by the “ginsing” tea bags, it adds so much with a masterful progression of different moods and Orchestral arrangements and accompaniments, to end with a mighty finale. A stunning and classy piece with a hint of madness, reflecting Fluttershy’s tea parties as well as what makes Discord be himself.
Strigidae is back to grace us with his unique style of vocals, and he decided to cover the mighty song Silhouette by 4EverfreeBrony originally featuring the ever-amazing vocals of BlackGryph0n! Making this cover in a different genre and giving it a unique mood born from his mastery of the magic of music, Strigidae delivers once again with style and emotion, and gorgeous vocals complement a surprising instrumental with beautiful piano and electronic parts!
It’s been a big year for Ponies At Dawn; January saw an ambitious project of an album composed entire of collabs, covers and remixes; June marked the release of Guardians, the biggest main album to date; now they’re back with something special.
Anthology isn’t like any of the other albums. The first half of the album is a collection of brand new tracks from P@D favourites such as DJT, UndreamedPanic, Silver Note, Frozen Night, Exiark and many more! The second half brings some of the best songs from all the past albums released by the collective, as chosen by the staff who put the albums together.
But that’s not all. Something that’s been requested for a long time by fans of the P@D albums is a physical release. Well merch fanatics, your wish has been granted!
This limited edition 3CD release features half of the new tracks (they couldn’t fit it all in!) on one disc and all the of the “golden oldies” on the other two. If you’re as big a fan of Ponies At Dawn as I am, don’t pass up the chance to get your hands on one of these!
Anthology is available to download for free on the Ponies At Dawn bandcamp page, and the CDs are available to purchase for $20, and are due to be shipped in early November.