Imaging mix the funk genre with the glitch genre, both focusing on bass and both really awesome, why not experimenting that? Well, FruityFusion did exactly that! A 4-minute groovy and funky track full of fat basses! The swing on it is also amazing and I love how it works! FruityFusion is really a genius in his music, his music is exotic and urban at the same time, it’s both oldie and new, and both aggressive and calm! All this with amazing sampling and amazing drum work! Good job FruityFusion, you made more one reason why you are so great!
BlueBrony always makes awesome unique interpretations of recent episodes, and this one about Pharynx is excellently done. A bit of 90’s style rapping with a funky beat helps tell a humorous story from the changeling’s perspective and the vocals are just the right amount of cheesy throughout, with some clever lyrics too.
The bass and the funky vibes are on it! MrMehster knows how to create a good track and N.Hollow’s flow, rap and lyrics are really on point, I love every piece of it! The drops are really on point with the awesome vocal shout done by N.Hollow and the references are in every single part of the lyrics! I really love it!
People… download already Anthology, okay? It’s on bandcamp for you, just do it, don’t let your dreams be dreams! See what you made me do? I needed to use old memes for convince you to download it! Ah! If you are rich buy it!
This is my jam!! Pony band BroniKoni presents us the first track from their upcoming album “Friendship Express”, and it’s about the hero-in-the-night figure of Mare Do Well! Fitting to the theme so well with very thieves-y, blissful and catchy flute melodies, the track also features delightful aggressive guitar riffs and tasty drums play, as well as eloquent vocals and cool lyrics, making this track an all-time masterpiece and an almighty tribute to Mare Do Well! The awesome visuals are further contributing to blow us away with an utterly cool Mare Do Well with a flowing cape in the night, and well-executed searchlights, to give the perfect visual accompaniment to the song! Mad props to everypony involved!!
I’m confident that the Pony Party Palace from S06E09 The Saddle Row Review will keep inspiring musicians forever, what with such huge nods to community musicians and remixers, and I’m so happy to see a brand new pony tune extending the party. Totalspark’s try at Future Funk is a shining success and shows just how many different genres the amazing musician can pull off. Groovy, uplifting, pumping out some solid Future vibes and displaying a masterful use of vocal samples, R.A.V.E. is also quite emotional as we imagine ourselves partying to this tune inside the Pony Party Palace with Pinkie Pie and Pacific Glow.
From Ponies At Dawn latest album Guardians we have a wonderful collaboration work done by Twiggy (another Phoxi alias), Pandela and PVNK. The vocals, the samples and the white noise used in the final part, the bass line and the synth line, the drums. All was on the point. It reminds me of the latest songs that Calvin Harris did for his new album: Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1.
You didn’t downloaded Guardians yet? Shame on you! Download it now or buy it if you want.
NB: The following a press release from Bronies For Good. The full release can also be read at this link.
Today is Hearts and Hooves Day / Valentines Day. It is traditionally speaking, a day for lovers, but it has the potential to be more. On Saturday, Bronies for Good’s seventh charity album, A Change of Heart, was released. The project was the result of months of work from talented musicians artists and organizers, and the release party raised over a thousand dollars in just a few hours!
The release party was just the beginning. It’s an ongoing fundraising effort. When you donate, you can download A Change of Heart, and all of Bronies for Good’s previous albums! Donate here, and you’ll be able to download this album, (and all past albums as well). Continue reading
Is this funk? I think it’s kinda funky. Anyway, something a bit lighter to end off your Tuesday, a ponified version of the novelty song King Tut by Steve Martin. Tongue-in-cheek lyrics and references completely intended.
Firstly, please forgive the rushed nature of this writeup; there are reasons for that but I shan’t go into detail, this is a place for music. So if you’re in the mood for some funky, hip-hop beats, then grab a seat and let’s listen to Technickel Pony’s new album, aptly named Beats and Pieces. Full writeup after the break.
Replacer has brought us another track that I can only describe as…”a Replacer track”. Seriously, his stuff is always really unique and different from anything else on the Ponies At Dawn albums, and they’re always outstanding (and I hope that genre tag is somewhat accurate)! There seems to be a nice little reference to his previous song In Defence of Madness in there too. See if you can spot it! 😉