Coming at you with a fast and tense piece; Hay Tea and Faulty bring us ‘Chasing Sunlight’ from Ponies at Dawn: Enigma and its a very good piece to get the adrenaline going while keeping a smooth flavour all around and makes wonderful use of sampling and instrumentation to give off that old-school DnB vibe. If you’re looking for something carries a lot of tension and suspense, this is the track for you!
An unexpected gem brimming with holy light just made its descent from the heavens, blessing us with its power… That’s certainly what this new incredible collab from community DnB gods Age of Vinyl and Hay Tea sounds like! With a soothing concept brought forward in many different ways throughout the progression of the track, the collab shines with a divine atmosphere, gorgeous melodies and blissful sound design. The deep bass all throughout is adding even more emotion to an already stunning track, and the whole experience feels like a leap into that world of peace, high up in the sky… For that is one of the powers of music and art!
Formerly known as Rangga177, Pone177 treats us to a quality VIP of their You’ll Play Your Part remix, presenting the original vocals along with vocal chops in such comfy DnB beats, and providing an enthralling experience revisiting the classic original that will never get old!
Here is the perfect set of tracks for when you need to just unwind, or maybe want to have something on in the background while you are getting stuff done! Yanamosuda has compiled quite an interesting array of tracks blending the right amount of peacefulness and groove to both relax and keep you interested.
There are a healthy variety of genres inspiring the album that all touch on the chill theme. One thing you can be sure of is that each track will have it’s own compelling, jazzy bass that blends almost too well with an exciting drum beat.
The album is comprised of original mixes like the titular Little Energy and Dusk Song (which has an amazing funk rhythm!), remixes from show songs like the theme and Evil Enchantress, and finally remixes of fan music like Dawn Song from Kitsuneyu and Get Lady by eksoka (featured on Cider Party!) It is plain to hear from the album that Yanamosuda put a lot of time, thought, and effort into this tremendously unique album.
Little Energy is available on Yanamosuda’s Bandcamp website as a free download, so there is absolutely no excuse not to have these 13 tracks in your library right now!
Here we go again! The original ‘Ghost In The Dream‘ was an amazing collaboration I fell in love with and now as of the recent P@D: Enigma album, we have a stunnning variation of the original. Opening with the aggressive energy from the original, things start shifting and morphing and giving the original a new light and is a great nod to the original. The addition at the climax was something I wasn’t expecting but man, does it ever give it a nice chilling epilogue.
Falling in Sky has always been a great song and bank pain does an excellent job here giving it a breathe of air. Breaking away from the original’s epic and energetic chord structure and instead going with a more laid back and flowing melting pot of harmonies, bank really brings forward the feeling of ‘falling in the sky’ in a new light and is a soothing take on the original.
The unique sounds coming from this banger of Enigma by MEQA makes this track a great experimental drum n bass song. With experimentation what ranges from the use of minimal drums, the use of weird and cool synths, and the addition of amazing vocals that make this a 6 minutes track an intersting and cool listen!
Download Enigma on P@D’s bandcamp!
I’d only previously heard Single Purpose’s It’s Ok off of A State of Sugar’s Bubblegum
from earlier this year, but their song from Ponies at Dawn’s Enigma is an incredibly sweet treat itself! This track has some hypnotic guitar samples and keys, with some super punchy breaks to boot. It’s always exciting to see a new Drumscape Library upload, and this track is definitely another liquid DnB tune to get lost in!
Isn’t it lovely when pony musicians team up to pay tribute to another pony musician’s tune? This time it’s bank pain‘s otherworldly Breaking Of Dawn that gets the special treatment from DnB expert Hay Tea and the head of Ponies at Dawn himself ExplodingPonyToast! It results in a gorgeous DnB spin of the original, with such a rich composition, stylish synths, and lovely melodies. It’s available as part of Ponies at Dawn Enigma!
Tripon’s solo contribution to Ponies at Dawn Enigma is an adventure by itself, as epic as some Tolkien-adaptation movie! If Stone Giants were to appear in Equestria and endanger ponies, you can bet Rainbow Dash and Applejack would answer the call and fight those baddies, with the power of a mighty Neurofunk banger blasting mad sound design, creative vocal chops, and an intriguing progression! And it’s all made possible by Tripon!