StrachAttack continues his genius streak of flipping fandom classics, this time bootlegging JackleApp’s banger from the first Balloon Party showcase, 100% No Feeble Cheering. In this extremely high-energy bootleg, Strach’s improved sound design especially shines, as does his clever incorporation of other Balloon Party samples. A wild upgrade of a classic tune with a slight trap edge to it, this is a gem from the new year of pony tunes!
It’s always a nice surprise seeing niche genres, especially from fresh artists, like this show up on Cider Party! Fresh off noise.horse’s Lunar New Year: Trash3D compilation, Enuna brings a schizophrenic mix of high-energy leads, hard-hitting distorted kicks, and an onslaught of chopped vocal samples, including several from the titular evil Night Queen!
Aerial, bouncy, and full of uplifting bass, BassPon3’s new
Hands Up Hooves Up tune is a cozy party banger fitting well to Rainbow Dash and the need for speed! Spread your wings and soar in the infinity of the sky, with the beat guiding your instinct!
Toby Macarony always delivers something entirely unique, and this spooky groove is in a league all of its own! The upbeat swing-style mixed with nightmarish Sweetie Belle chops makes for an exhilarating sound. There is a break in the middle that shifts to a slower, half-tempo that really drives home the terror in the track. Drifting off to Sleep has a wide appeal for anyone who enjoys electro house, electro swing, or just scary-themed music, but be warned: the imagery is a bit dark as well!
An astounishing riddim track done by B!pitryz, the wubs are really heavy and the drum performance is also really good. Taking on a concept about Celestia in Hell (that’s really a heavy theme) this new artist manages to come up with a really dark and atmospheric feeling. Check out this artist, and give a lot of love!
Scraton has finally returned to the land of Equestria with their new EP Mares In Black. This song is deeply melodic and heavy hitting, with very crisp and atmospheric mixing. The vocal sampling is on point as well and takes me back to the “Skream Me Some More” days, and in general this track is an astonishing nostalgia trip and to me at least I hear huge nods to “Big in Da Clubs”. Scraton is pulling out all the stops for this Seven track EP and is definitely worth your time!
Eksoka is back with a new amazing creation and tribute! The ending credits song from the first EQG movie, A Friend for Life, gets a gorgeous new take with this Trance arrangement that sublimates the original vocals along more than 6 minutes of high-energy beats and a dreamy atmosphere that lifts you to a higher plane. That’s the power of music, and Eksoka is so good at it!
Entrancing, soothing, emotional… This new track by Osoch is quite the dreamer’s call, taking us for a magnificent musical journey through space with Twilight. Ambient synths and a refined composition all throughout the track’s progression are making for such a rich and blissful experience!
Emerging brony House music label PonyChord presents us their first release, and what better way to kick off the channel than with a very pony track from the one and only Drixale! The multi-genre music explorer went with a multi-pony theme for this one, or rather, a track centered around a whole episode and featuring the voices of Rarity, Fluttershy, and Photo Finish. If that trio rings a bell to you, you might have guessed it, it’s about S01E20 Green Isn’t Your Color! The classy House instrumental is so fitting and amazingly completes the pony samples, and the whole musical pony experience is such a bliss!