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Koron Korak & Mane In Green – The Magic Inside (feat. Lena Hall) (Covering Daniel Ingram) | Orchestral

The magic inside the hearts of Koron Korak and Mane In Green resonated, and together they created such a wonderful cover of Rara’s iconic song The Magic Inside! Lena Hall‘s original vocals get sublimated once again as expert violin performance by Koron is accompanied by a breathtaking piano play by Mane. With even more instruments and creativity coming into play, it is not just a musical tribute but also a continuation of the emotions from the original from Daniel Ingram that unfolds here, and we can only commend and cheer for the talented duo who did so many wonders with this! Also notice how Koron is literally appearing on stage with Rara in the video!

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PrinceWhateverer & Djohn Mema – I’m Not Gay (feat. Sable Symphony) | Metal

There’s not only serious and deep songs that get made in the community, but also light-hearted and hilarious pieces like this awesome collab from PrinceWhateverer, Djohn Mema and Sable Symphony! Still showcasing much quality, the track brings some rocking spirit along the hilariously questionable lyrics, and it’s so lovely seeing the three lads gathering for such shenanigans, along a cover art by Dino Horse and typography by MokeDoesThings!

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JoyStar – Equestrian Medley ~ Piano Tribute to My Little Pony Friendship is Magic | Piano Solo

JoyStar has brought us a beautiful piano rendition as tribute to MLP:FiM! The show we all love and enjoy. I am not going to hide the fact that this tribute has brought some massive emotions out of me. It fills me with nostalgia, pride, and excitement each time I hear the melodies that we cherished through the years. It makes me so damn proud to be a Brony! Thank you JoyStar, you have brought alot of joy indeed!

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Arabesque Sympony – Rainbow Rocks (Covering Daniel Ingram) (feat. Drummershy & Danilo Pantusa) | Rock

 

Arabesque, Drummershy, and Danilo have teamed up for an awesome cover of Rainbow Rocks! I really enjoy it next to the movie itself of course. 🙂 And I even dare say its one of the most enjoyable covers I’ve heard in some time. Its very joyful and melodic! And I most definitely recommend a listen! You don’t wanna miss out on this sick release! Rock on everyone! And to all involved with this cover; You make Daniel proud! ❤

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The Melody Bros – Equestrian Roads (Take Me Home, Country Roads Parody) (feat. Roundtrip) | Country

MelodyBrony, Tyler Peace and Roundtrip teamed up for a very lovely ponification of the famous song Take Me Home, Country Roads from John Denver, and the result is so cute and blissful as we can just imagine ponies singing this in Equestria while traveling back home! It certainly feels like Equestria is our home, for us bronies stuck on Earth, and maybe we can still get there in some way!

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Koron Korak – Applejack’s Theme (Covering RC88) | Soundtrack

Aaah Fighting is Magic, the memories from that game… It’s always sich a delight to see People get Inspired / Motivated by it still! And Koron Korak’s his cover Of Appul hors theem is no Exception. It’s in full honestly really cool to find out that koron also drums however! Very cool, I didn’t know that he does that. 😛
It’s very Upbeat and Happy vibes including while kicking in the teeth of your Enemies! I love it! every second of it! legit, if you guys have the chance then most Definitly support Koron! Keep up the great work bro your Violin work is wonderfull as always!

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OrchestralPony – Crystal Empire Suite | Orchestral

OrchestralPony delivers such a stunning ode to the Crystal Empire in the form of a 25-minutes Orchestral suite! It calls back to BGMs and musical themes from the show and a lot of thought has been put into each part of the suite, check out the description for more details! Also do check out the previous pony tributes that the musician made, including their Ponyville Suite and Canterlot Suite!

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Brownie – Smile (Pinkie Pie Smile Metal Cover) | Metal

 

Brownie has an incredible talent for metalcore composition, and this cover of the Smile Song is a great example of his range. Starting out in more of a pop-punk style to match the lightness of the original song, Brownie transitions into metal while playing impressively technical guitar riffs over fast, moving drums. The track features a fantastic metalcore breakdown before bringing all of the styles together for the big finish. Brownie went all out to even make a music video featuring his many play-styles with great effects and humorous scenes.