After a year in the works, UndreamedPanic and loophoof have just released an intensely catchy electro track with plenty of bouncy synth chords and vocal chops from the show, including a perfectly timed “Whee!” from Pinkie just before the second drop. One of the chops shows Rarity singing “lady”, fitting perfectly as part of the song’s title. Closing off with a piano riff that fades out as time goes on, this song is everything you could ask for in an electro song!
Nightmare Night is over, yet the scares never end. Track 4 from Music for the Headless Horse III, Cynifree showcases their electronic wizardry with a creepy midtempo track based on Story of the Blanks! Joined by the low whirling bass is a creepy synthline that just screams “danger”, representing the game’s town full of blank flanks perfectly. The perfect soundtrack to running away from a dark forest.
Unexpected remixes of classics are awesome, and this time Ricardo treats us to a very bouncy and classy remix of a classic from Sim Gretina that shall never be forgotten! The original vocals are echoing again in this brand new electronic arrangement, and it just feels so nostalgic!
I would be lying if I said i didn’t shed a tear while listening to this remix. This remix of the final song of the show takes the already great song and makes it greater, with the original lyrics now being set to electronic music that perfectly reflects the whole feel of the song. It’s definitely a wonderful track!
Track 40 of Ponies At Dawn: Eternal is an amazing collaborative banger between GrazySmash and MEQA, right between the album’s midway streak of other bouncy electro tunes. When these two heads are put together, we have an impressive combination of psychedelic and energetic styles, resulting in a long tune that you won’t get tired of listening to. Good luck trying not to dance to this!
John Kenza is a gem. Making its debut at Ponyville CiderFest, this remix is yet another example of why I think these ponies’ voices were meant for this style of music. Kenza’s house beat blends perfectly with everyone’s voices as well as the slowly building song, climaxing with a bouncy house synth riff before fading out slowly with a slow piano rendition of the show’s theme. Prepare the tissues, because the emotion is real.
Many wonderful remixes of the song from the show’s finale have come out and it’s Ardhy’s turn to treat us with their take on The Magic of Friendship Grows. The track opens and closes with emotional and creative vocal chops that sound really sweet, and the middle section comprises two clean drops. The intensity of the nostalgic feels only matches that of the greatness of a tribute this remix is.
Nasty Dreams is a dazzling bassline track coming from Seventh Element. This aggressive bassline comes packed with a funky intro, followed by 808 rims, dreamlike vocal samples, and hi-hats weaving themselves in and out of the garage-like kick and snare. And of course, the meat, the mountainous and sweeping lines of the deep saw bass backed by nasty subs provides its frenzied element. Don’t miss out on the interlude, a breakdown of sampled and harmonically stacked synths, until the final bars of the last drop, reminding you of this song’s rave-like nature.
How John Kenza and loophoof remixed each other for the occasion of Ponyville Ciderfest’s 2019 Official Convention Album and their B2B set at the con, is just SO lovely! The Magic of Friendship is doing wonders in the music too, with such bright vibes and fresh take on the Twilight vocal chops from the original. Dash’s contributions still make the track 20% cooler, too!
This song is actually scientifically impossible not to dance to. It never stops being great, with three minutes of electronic music that’s fun to listen to with it’s memorizing beat, and it’s perfectly timed drops that combine and make it fast, catchy, and make it fit well with the game it’s paired with.
This song is available as part of P@D Eternal.