Forest Rain’s 2014 banger Fluttershy returns with a cover by MelodyBrony and Luck Rock with Koa joining the two on lead vocals! Bringing a hard edge to the original, this cover stays faithful, and everyone brings their A game to the table. Koa’s vocals are full of conviction and the production fits her voice well. The acoustic guitar in front of the distortion keeps everything grounded, yet still flying high. Well done, everypony!
The support for Ponyfest Online has been groundbreaking in our fandom, and that’s just putting it lightly mind you. So, now the pair of Pony Abstract and N.Hollow have gone the extra mile by (doing a pony parody of Rae sremmurd – Swang) creating a low bouncing and booming track , full of hip hop bass and club-style atmospheric melodies. PA then pays tribute to Ponyfest Online with very chill lyrics that make light of the whole convention itself with all the fun little bits and memes. N.Hollow, done with taking crap from critics, throws down some quick rhymes for those folks in his trademark manner. It’s a fun little theme song for Ponyfest Online, complete with some visuals from some PonyTown shenanigans that make it look like someone had a lot of time on their hands. FuF stuff I tell ya. As always, this Qilin asks you to judge for yourself.
The legacy of all the wonderful BGM tracks from the show will shine forever! And inspire pony musicians to pay tribute to them as well, and that is what our friendly neighborhood Toby Macarony is doing here with this “Orchestral Remake” of the BGM from the S2 finale, that is so nostalgic and emotional with how it brings forward those melodies that you will recognize!
(Listen to the original Here )
There’s a charm to every style of vocals in music. This cover of 4everfreebrony’s Chant of Selflessness by Ardeleiz. Exhibits the art of medieval era style vocals, that really bring out the feeling of Rarity’s character. The song is pretty and charming with lovely acoustic guitar melodies with a flow that is just so pleasant to listen to. The cover itself speaks so well of Rarities character, A lovely woman with goddess beauty and grace. A willingness to give to those around her to simply make those around her happy. Ardeleiz well done. As always. This Qilin asks you to judge for yourself.
The king is back! And with a Rarity song no less! And bringing ALL the plushies! There’s something utterly cool to playing the guitar and screaming vocals with tons of plushies around you, and Stallion totally understands that special appeal. A godlike parody of Limp Bizkit’s song Break Stuff, it is also a very lovely and fun experience with that music video and description immersing you in the story, and this is such a treat!
Strong language warning.
A “Mega Crossover” track for sure, Heartsong’s newest Orchestral composition borrows the motifs of songs from various works listed in the description, and of course you’ll recognize the Theme Song from MLP! It’s all part of the musical enactment of this fanfic by G.M. Blackjack, and such joint efforts to bring tributes to life are always so appreciated! Now this is some S-grade, 120-quality Synthesis straight from Heartsong’s cauldron!
Long live Prog! Rinnie expanded on Lunar Drift’s love of the genre by covering Chaos & Harmony themed around Discord, and this new interpretation is presenting new progressive wonders and ideas that certainly would make the God of Chaos proud. So glad that Rinnie is covering other brony songs in addition to show songs!!
There’s been many covers of The Spectacle over the years, and Koron Korak is the latest one to do this! His more symphonic take on the original adds strong live drums, a distorted guitar track and even a violin as the lead instrument, replacing Lena Hall’s voice. You don’t wanna miss out on this one, since it’s a… spectacle!
In 2018 Wootmaster released My Little Mixtape, a compilation album of all of his previous works plus an original, the album opener: Little by Little. The backing beat by Abrante deserved more than one lyricist to pen their verses onto, so Hmpoy remade Wootmaster’s masterpiece, adding their own message. Taking their time therefore never out of breath and always understandable, Hmpoy goes for a different flow but rides the beat seamlessly nonetheless. Further extending a message of hope to the fandom, the bittersweetness acknowledges nevertheless the hardships that have been faced and the ones yet to come. People like Hmpoy are the new generation of peers Wootmaster spoke of in the original.
The MLP movie soundtrack has plenty of bangers, and Open Up Your Eyes is one of them. Jonny Music and Yensid Organist have come together to create a fresh arrangement of the song on a church organ, and good thing too, because this song translates perfectly to the instrument. All of Emily Blunt’s vocal lines, the chords and soft instruments seen in the original fit perfectly here; the organ really captures the menacing tone we heard in the original!