Aiky – Robot | Electro House

Now this is an interesting one! Robot uses a lot of staple and simplistic electronic synths, but its rhythm, melody, and flow is addictive and catchy! Like a blast to the past aged like a fine wine Aiky has released something that embraces simplicity in all its forms yet proves that a little can go a very long way!


Vylet Pony – Antonymph (Zizkil Remix) | Electro

Last year the community felt love when they first heard Vylet’s epic dancepop anthem “Antonymph”.
Zizkil has passionately remixed it by going back to their ipod nano days from high school, and used sound palettes and genre’s from that era of their life. This version contains influences from Porter Robinson, Daft Punk and even a fast pace reggaeton section! A colourful world of sounds, a bouncing 808 to bump through your bedroom speakers ,and sparkling electro vibes are all packed in this remix!


Daniel Ingram & Ashleigh Ball – I’ll Fly (EveryDayDashie Remix) | Electro House/Trance

Just because Gen 5 has now officially kicked off doesn’t mean the classic show tunes won’t get any more love! Today I bring you a fun remix by EveryDayDashie, a track full of fun synths, booming drums and drops that’ll stay in your ear for quite some time, EveryDayDashie also makes good use of muffled vocal to spice up the track a bit, making for a wonderful bit of variety.


The Wilders – It’s the Pony Hip-hop (EveryDayDashie remix) | Electro House

I still haven’t seen any G5 stuff since the movie, but songs like this might just convince me to get round to checking it out! EveryDayDashie’s remix of It’s the Pony Hip-Hop puts a dancefloor-filling spin on this song from Tell Your Tale. The use of lots of effects on the vocals are a great little touch too!


[P@D] Zizkil – I’m Fine | Electro

Zizkil’s most recent Ponies at Dawn contribution is like a sonic candy store: there’s something sweet in this track for just about anyone. Sparse, moody vocal chops and a number of different flavors of sound design dance over a beat that’s perfect for head-bobbing and hoof-tapping, with sharp, scratchy noise splashed in to shake it up even further.


Various Artists – trīgintā [EP] | Electronic

“Trīgintā” is a word in Latin that means “Thirty”. This EP is a mix of old and new from Brilliant Venture and friends that reflects on the past thirty years of his life and this fandom, with optimism for what the future holds. Its a wonderful mixed bag of goods including an original piece, remix, and a mashup!

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Daniel Ingram – Flawless (Songbird Choir Remix) | Electro Pop

Flawless was one of those songs with one of the most thought-provoking messages in the show. Daniel Ingram provided a dramatic touch in how the mane 6 understood themselves so much. The music itself was bold, deep, and intimate in the mane six being so unafraid in expressing their character flaws. Songbird, instead of going to that level of grandeur, here opts here for a more toe-tapping melody. The same emotion is there, but it’s more lightly and subtly in the theme. The piano and the profound use of these deep synth harmonies within the melody, at almost horn-like beep-boop thunder, roll with the ups and downs. It’s very different from Daniel’s track, but honestly, it gives way the same deep and personal touch with the mane six expressing themselves to the world about this subject. It’s what you honesty expect from someone like Songbird Choir to stand out in this manner!


Daniel Ingram – Smile Song (Peasant Jay Remix) | Electro Pop

If you’re a fan of cheerful, bouncy tunes and juicy chords, this remix of “Smile Song” is perfect for you! Peasant Jay proves that fresh takes can still be made on the most classic of pony show songs, fusing a number of styles together with bright synths, jazzy basslines, and even a raucous guitar solo. The combination of Pinkie’s familiar melodies and Jay’s chipper new instrumentation are sure to leave you with a spring in your step – and, naturally, a smile on your face.


Jyc Row – Tempora’s Requiem (feat. Decibelle) [Malachi Mott Remix] | Electro Pop

Malachi Mott has done a great job of revamping Jyc Row’s original version of Tempora’s Requiem, an epic orchestral track that captures the inner turmoil of Princess Tempora (from the fan comic “Timey-Wimey”) as she struggles to keep time and events under her control. Malachi refreshes the track, making it more upbeat and using impressive percussion and vocal chops to convey both the chaos of war and the hype of the dance floor. This new rendition deserves praise for retaining the epic intensity of Jyc Row’s track while enhancing the enjoyment factor by adding the energy of EDM.