Don’t let the rickety rhythms of the introductory ambience scare you, for this mad gabber piece takes on the literal meaning of Hardcore music. This piece also incorporates samples from multiple classic pony animations, such as the Rainbow Dash Presents series from Dawn Somewhere, and the .mov series from hotdiggedydemon. DAϟH makes this track a very good opener and title track for his and Payyn’s album Equestrian Terror: An Introduction. The album also includes songs from DAϟH such as Blood Moon in the Everfree, Dream Demon, and Deadline Darling.
“So mysterious” perfectly embodies the spirit of this half-ambient gabber tune by DAϟH. Taken straight off of DAϟH and Payyn’s new album Equestrian Terror: An Introduction, Blood Moon in the Everfree includes a ravenous beat composed of highly industrial drums and a woodwind sample, along with an ocean of ominous effects. DAϟH ends this manic piece by aptly pulling out all stops. DAϟH and Payyn’s album Equestrian Terror also includes songs like Deadline Darling, Dream Demon, and the title track Equestrian Terror.
Don’t go to bed… Track 5 from Equestrian Terror: An Introduction is Dream Demon, a heavy-hitting gabber track based around Do Princesses Dream of Magic Sheep?. Samples from the episode are dotted all over, with the fast-paced drums and heavily distorted bass giving an overwhelming feeling of dread, as if the Tantabus is planning to do exactly that; overwhelm the population with horror. Scary stuff!
MelodyBrony is a rising star in the MLP metal scene. Enlisting the help of Djohn Mema on vocals and PrinceWhateverer on production, Trixie is a truly hard-hitting track. The guitar riffs are simple yet effective, and the rhythm section is locked right in, especially during the breakdown towards the end. Mema’s vocals are powerful and show off his range when it comes to both clean and harsh vocals. Be sure to check out MB’s recently released debut EP, ORIGINS!
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Love is in the air with Rod Steven’s remix of the John Kenza and 4everfreebrony number Love. This rendition perks the speed up quite a bit while set to a Eurobeat backing and keeping the, well, lovable atmosphere up. The parts where the brass sections stop in particular are where the vocals and strings really shine!
Helpie’s around the corner again. Track 14 from Other Side of the Mirror, TheTaZe’s contribution is an incredibly bouncy happy hardcore banger! Filled to the brim with sharp synths, happy vibes for days and an incredibly upbeat tempo, you’re not gonna get bored of this. Another great addition to TheTaze’s unique portfolio!
It’s difficult to do such an iconic song as Discord justice for many reasons, especially when staying within the same genre as the original, but Rod Steven has done it! His new lead melody during the breakdowns has a distinct punch and catchiness to it, not to mention an awesome synth solo, so go check it out!
Rod Steven is an underrated gem in this fandom. While most people only know 1 name for eurobeat bangers, Rod has been cranking out fantastic show remixes for quite some time! This Equestria Girls remix injects a lot of energy and traditional genre synths into the original track, fusing with the movie vocals to an excellent result. If you aren’t subscribed to Rod yet, then you’re doing yourself a disservice!
Just the beginning plucks in this song should be enough for this dance tune to pull you into its dreamy nature. Soon afterward the reverie of an intro, there are offbeat basses and gated saws playing the song’s catchy main melody. And don’t miss out on the trancey interlude, characterized by a modulating synth backed by even more basses! It’s easy to find yourself hitting replay with this spatial dance piece, so don’t miss out!