S7’s first song continues to inspire, with Royalpony delivering his traditional Hardstyle spin on it. With the original melody played with a stylish and uplifting synth, and the inclusion of new samples, it makes for quite the happy party track!
Inspiration from Midnight Musician’s Where Is Your Heaven Now strikes again, and MrMehster brings all the Hardstyle greatness with this remix! With beautiful breaks reawakening the charismatic vocals from the original, and intense drops, the uplifting remix gives us yet another stairway to heaven!
Royalpony has been hard at work recently and he’s come up with a full remix album of songs from Legends Of The Everfree, with 6 tracks in total. With a pretty impressive mix of genres ranging from house and dubstep to hands up and trap, it’s pretty comprehensive. The track below is a pretty interesting mixture of dubstep and hardstyle, with some other concepts thrown in as well, so check it outand give the rest of the album a listen here!
The Cosine Pitchshifterz and Royalpony are the two main hardstyle producers in the fandom, so it’s cool to see them teaming up with Wubcake for a pretty epic track! Wubcake provides some strong voice acting for the piece (minor language warning there), and the track builds up with some epic choral stabs before it falls into some signature kick-driven rawstyle. Check it out if you’re up for some aggressive stuff!
Something a bit different here from Vylet. A pretty solid electro build-up leads into a pretty heavy hardstyle drop dominated by a powerful hardstyle kick. With some voices provided by Cadie to help flesh it out and a very nice break section filled with some orchestral strings, this track manages to convey the extremes of Fluttershy’s personality pretty effectively!
Not long after their recent Christmasy song, Royalpony is back again with a remix of At The Gala in celebration of the new year. Expect his usual style, go check it out if you like to kickstart your day with an 00nt5.
So…there was still quite a lot a Heath’s Warming-themed music left after our compilation post from a week ago, so to save a bit of time (I’ll level with you, we’re quite far behind everything at the moment), have a few of them compiled into a single post! Catch the whole thing after the break…
Here’s a (rhetorical) question. Which is more important, the end result of a song and the enjoyment it brings to fans, or the authenticity of the work put into it? In this case we’re going with the former, as although this track from TCP and Royalpony heavily samples Radical Redemption & D Sturb’s ‘Kill Me‘, the end result is (partially) transformed into a new idea.
It’s a tricky issue to deal with, with no answer set in stone. For now we’ll just try to enjoy the music though.
Bit of explicit language in the second half, viewer discretion is advised or something…
Drawing on one of the main motifs of Legend of Everfree, The Cosine Pitchshifterz and Lightning Runner made this track about Twi’s internal struggles. You can kind of split this song into two separate styles: While it starts off with the usual kind of heavy hardstyle I’ve seen a lot from TCP, it descends into this wonderfully melodic section in the middle, bringing in and out the hardstyle kicks as well, before switching back to the heavier stuff at the ending too, a great progression!