An unexpected collab definitely giving off Empress of Friendship vibes, The New Queen is the union of the creative musical visions of Nyancat380 and The Empty Tomb, bringing all the Cozy Glow madness along the sick drops! You can just feel her evil-ness with those wicked wubs reflecting her attacks so well. An amazing collab! One More!
Spikey’s musical influences hit hard again, with a sick banger part of the album Party’s Over, themed around Lord Dragon Torch! We certainly don’t often get songs about him, and this one is even featuring his daughter who we love so much! Along the heavy wubs and crazy composition, it’s time to feel Torch’s wrath as he’s calling for candidates to the succession of the throne, in a brand new way!
PonyFireStone has returned to the pony music scene with this brilliant remix of Koa‘s Broken Wings, their first MLP related track in 3 years. This track starts out with intense dark ambient synths before slowly kicking into the meat and potatoes of the song; Koa’s amazing voice alongside a newer and heavier instrumental with elements of drum n’ bass and dubstep. The colours give us life, and so does this song!
This is an EDM of fully diverse Insanity is as I like to say. An earful to take in from FrøstFyre. I guess that’s logical. Given this tune is supposed to embody the inside of Bookhorse’s complex mind. You will travel to every part of her brain with this maze of this very cool and unique musical composure. It’s fast, it’s wacky, it’s different. As always, This Qilin asks you to judge for yourself. And try not to freak out like our adorkable Alicorn.
Nyancat380 knows their stuff when it comes to atmosphere. We’ve got ourselves a unique blend of genres with this track, which is also track 12 and the last on their newly released album Fokin’ Days. It starts out with a creepy sounding music box intro before quickly transitioning into a heavy rock instrumental reminiscent of System of a Down, which is then followed by a quick trap breakdown and then the dubstep. A unique combination, that’s for sure, but it all comes together well in this brilliant deathstep number.
Is there anything Zizkil’s not good at? Track 12 on ASOS: Waffle, this is one of two tracks by them (the other being their collaboration VIP with Cynifree). It showcases Zizkil’s signature electronic style super well, with funky basslines, heavy, dynamic and bouncy synths, along with unique percussion sounds. Short but sweet, it’s definitely a good fit in the ASOS catalog!
Another track from ASoS: Waffle, and it’s Skelter with track 6, Get Up! A fitting name; his usual style of trap mixed with dubstep synths shines through with pumping drums and elements of orchestra. With a powerful melody and overwhelming bass, this is a fun number that’ll be sure to get you on your feet. Another good addition to the club playlist!
Friendship is power, and so is this song! TCB returns with another edit of the original song from the 2018 PVCF Convention Album, this time reserved for this year’s Everfree Northwest. While the song hasn’t changed much from its original form, it’s been given a new coat of paint with an updated intro with a new menacing lead guitar track while still keeping the familiar Cozy Glow voice samples. Give it a spin!
Serving as the 3rd track on the Never Say Neigh compilation album, this compound of Trap and Riddim precipitates a headbang session. It incorporates a trap-influenced introduction complete with unsparingly rhythmic hi-hats until a breakdown of vigorous drums and rolling basses. Stick around for the two surges of rhythm that Hoofy bestows upon us, and while you’re at it, check out the rest of the brilliant NSN album, too!