Ice Angel’s remix of Depth pt. II begins with the lush tones of piano and Koa’s voice reverberating to create an ethereal space. But don’t let that fool you—as the drums and orchestra come in, it all builds up to when the electrifying drop hits. Here, the heavier dub rhythms blend nicely with the ethereal pads, still floating effortlessly above. The track then interludes with the sound of rainfall and xylophone-like bells before a four-on-the-floor bass drum delivers us to the track’s intense climax.
The legacy of Brilliant Venture is, one final time, expressed throughout this album named: PleXus. Every melody, tune, chord, vocal, beat, just… EVERYTHING! Everything hits! you can clearly hear how these 10 years have affected our beloved friend here. It is wondrous to be able to hear & feel it. Let me give you a few examples of what I mean throughout this article…Continue reading
Originally debuting at Ponyville Ciderfest this year, TCB’s bootleg of this heavy hitting Fallout Equestria piece from Ponies At Dawn: Rebirth finally gets a finished and full mix! Staying true to many of the trap elements of the original, this remix takes things to a new dimension of sound, bending and skewing perspective with otherworldly and intense drops. A balancing act of colour bass flare and spectacle with the grit and rawness of riddim. A new perspective on an already great song, this one is a must listen!
As the days shorten and the nights draw in sooner, Pipetka has something for us to reflect the vibe of the season. Vintage-sounding guitars and strings combine with a trap-inspired drum beat to create a relaxed atmosphere. Take a listen for a bit of a nostalgic feel as the weather grows cooler.
The original version of Bioluminescence is a cherry on top to enjoy by the river side of the Everfree Forest, wich was featured on the Everfree Park Rangers album Woodland Guide.
Now having a VIP version, the melodious rainbow drops will dive you from the top of a waterfall into a body water of palpable clean drums and short crisped synth breaks. With a smooth bridge, it’ll have you back floating and admire the astral sky and fall again into a second prismatic drop. This jam is available on the album Everfree Park : After Hours from the label Balloon Party.
Editor’s note: better late than never, right? (sorry Tron)
Following up on their 2019’s EP Luna’s Essence, Ponytronic brings you a day in the life of Princess Celestia’s royal duties as protector of Equestria! Ponytronic takes a different approach to express that through an album where Celestia is trying to figure out how not only to rule Equestria with her Sister Luna but aid her sister in re-adapting to modern Equestria. That is, however, not expressed in melodies that tell a story of struggle but these fitting beats of positively charged D&B and Drumstep tell a tale of overcoming challenges that Celestia takes on head-on! Have a listen!Continue reading
Who said now that we’ve already got a G5 miniseries the old bangers wouldn’t get any more love? Well Vale and Fl0 are here to show that even one of the oldest songs from Friendship is Magic still are fire! And what better genre for an evil villain track then dubstep! Vale & Fl0 manage to perfectly fit the vibe of the original with threatening beats and a drop that has enough punch to it for a whole changeling army! And especially the parts where the melody pitches up high to make the vocals really make your skin crawl in all the best way!
EVERYPONY PUT YOUR HOOVES UP /) (\ as we travel back to 2015! As well as a 1337 “2009 N3wgr0undz V3rs10n“, in tribute to art inspired by the song, Vylet has made this
dubtrot ponystep remix of her smash hit ANTONYMPH in celebration of its first anniversary. It’s reminiscent of some of her earlier work in the pony music scene, and the MLP-inspired dubstep that drew so many of us in to the brony music scene in the early 2010s (but with better mixing 😉). Check it out if that’s your jam, or you’re just feeling the nostalgia.
Songs about MLP villains are nothing new, as musicians over the years have used creative talents to make music that embodies that character with their skill sets of music. Then you have this track from TCB and General Mumble from P@D: Zenith – a villain song with major style points! TCB captures the essence of Nightmare Moon with those sly drops and his trademark bass crunches, blended with these melodies that sound from the outer limits of the galaxy itself! Oh, and Mumble adds these 80’s like pop vocals that are far out and so deliciously speak for the motives of Dark Alicorn of the Moon herself. As always, this Qilin asks you to judge for yourself.
“The Fall” is a beautiful deviation from 4everfreebrony’s usual flavor! A mesmerizing atmosphere filled with subtle synth arpeggios and a wide breathing soundscape, it really feels as if you are falling through an expansive and unforgiving sky. The song is short and sweet, and Namii’s impressive vocal range is the icing on top for such an airy song while the natural drums add an organic feel to a genre so used to a more digital percussive element!