The elusive Pony Killerz returns with a remix of Eniix‘s old tune Flutter Rage! Their version basically takes the original track and modernises it with clean production and dynamics while also using the original sample, that being Fluttershy raging in a different language. The powerful distorted bass really brings out those feelings you hear in her voice!
The variations of the final song of the series finale keeps rolling in and doesn’t appear to be slowing down. The Brony Notion comes in with a remix with wonderfully done editing the show strong feelings visually. Showing just how the mane six really means to all of us. The remix itself, has the flavor of electro-pop with just a dash 80’s pop music, if you know what to listen for. His main course is still part of the analysis community. But he can still make a good tune here and there. As always, this Qilin asks you to judge for yourself.
Oh man. Track 39 of ASOS: BrownieASOS: Brownie is a wholesome one. Chasing dawn goes deep with this one. He experiments with something new to his creativity. A heartfelt electropop song that vibes with tones and feeling of MLP itself. The lyrics could be about finding the show, the fandom. A close friend, a lover or a beloved family member. The music and melody itself has this underlying soft techno feels, that gets you into the loving soft tones of the track. The echo’s are a nice touch in the emotion of telling someone that made a difference in someone’s life and getting them past the rocky storms. Brownie is an album showing a little bit of everything this year so check it out!. As always this Qilin asks you to judge for yourself
Pony prodigy Toby Macarony is back with a saxxy piece featured around Applejack. The piece includes vocal samples from Applejack, supersaws providing the main harmonic content, a four-on-the-floor drumbeat, and an epic slide guitar solo. An upright piano appropriately ends the song with an endlessly bluesy solo. And even better, the ominous stares of Applejack’s eyes accompany you through this song as it provides you with all your daily soloing needs.
Ready to dance? Maybe cry? This one might make you do both. Remain is an electro house song released under Basshoof Records. The song starts off with a beautiful ambient intro that builds up to a powerful and bass-heavy drop before breaking down again with just some strings and vocal samples from the very last episode, making for a truly emotional experience. As time goes on, hard-hitting tribal percussion breaks the small moment before eventually restating the intro and dropping hard again. This track just goes to show that even though the show may have ended, our creativity and passion has yet to run dry.
Harmony by definition: A consistent, or pleasing arrangement of parts; congruity
That would best sum up the opening track of ASOS: Brownie. Suskii and Rokii have baked up something really pleasing here in their collab. A tag team of sorts, is how this complextro of a track has been presented. The song opens up to wonder and mystery then Suskii comes in first with this harsh, robotic dubstep style beat that gives off this notion of a robotic pony trying to move and groove, very hardcore in nature. The song goes into this amazing and chilling drop that builds and builds up to the tag in of Rokii’s part. Who comes in with his signature epic future bass style. As if the robot pony has found paradise. The melody is frankly one of biggest reasons why I love Rokii’s style and sound so much. Him and Suskii work VERY well together to make great harmony of this track. One of many good ones on ASOS brownie. As always, this Qilin asks you to judge for yourself.
An early preview of the upcoming ASOS: Brownie album. We have a high dose of energy for you all. Energy that brings you back to the days of playing racing games with your friends in on an weekend! But now rev this up with a taste of Equestria! This also brings into the play the genre known as Complextro a subgenre of electro house. This with the taste of chiptune. You have classic vibe racing on an epic race track with everything on the line, with some pony magic. Special appearance by Tom!. You’ll know it when you hear it in the mix of pony chops. As always this Qilin asks you to judge for yourself.
(Listen to the original classic here)
Swing dance is a classic stable of big band era music. Leave it to a musical genius like Forest Rain to take this beloved classic, Flavors it with a twist and swirl of the 1920’s. The result of this is banger that can be played at any brony gathering or weddings for that matter, that will get those dancing vibes throughout your body. With Miss Rain conducting the big band you get this modern take of swing music with all the big band elements to the tune. All the brass and strings instruments with a touch of today’s electronica, plus a touch of real sax from Dr. Thallium It’s time to learn that Equestrian two step. So grab your best somepony and go to town. As always this Qilin asks you to judge for yourself.
There’s nothing getting in SCRATON’s way. Cyberpink is a bouncy electronic track that prominently features vocal samples edited to sound like Pinkie Pie’s the guest singer here! The voice as well as the other stray samples really compliment the track’s complextro roots, with the core track having a pop structure before eventually building up to a synth breakdown filled with vocal chops and even a powerful sample. Wonder if we’ll be seeing the rest of the elements represented through SCRATON’s signature style?
The Queen of Misfits remixes are crawling out through the woodworks. Retaining the original vocals and some 80s synths, Zizkil’s remix showcases an electropop style, with sprinklings of other musical elements, such as a choir, punchy 80s style bass sounds and even a reggae beat at one point. The sound design is pristine and clear as glass, and serves as a supplement to the already great original.