Aviators’ legacy is right here! Dark_Wind presents us an impressive 7-minutes song showcasing both passionate vocals and tasty Electronic greatness, for a meaningful and personal story told! What’s more, the musician actually made a full-fledged PMV/Animation for a shorter version of the song that you can watch from here! I recommend it, it’s so well-made!
This song is definitely something special! Indeed, I think it’s at the heart of what I believe makes this fandom what it is: creativity; imagination; uniqueness. With this song, you can expect to hear a variety of sounds and music. It starts out with a keyboard intro at the beginning setting the stage of the track, followed by synth and electronic music, vocals, and brought together by a steady tempo. All of these elements come together to make a great RPG video game-sounding track!
Today we’ve got ourselves an awesome Liquid DnB / Indie Pop track by the amazing SpinScissor, and this one has everything from awesome vocal chops to amazing original singing. But enough rambling–let’s cut straight to the chase!
After a very short ramp up the song launches into a full arrangement, and we immediately get the vocals accompanied by the amazing liquid melodies, and here’s where I point out the obvious: A Seaquestria song and LIQUID DnB? I love it! Later on we get some pitched Sweetie Belle vocals from the song “Your Heart Is In Two Places” from the episode Surf and/or Turf. Then there is a short instrumental buildup before the vocals join back in. Later on we get a bit of a beat change which is presented in an awesome instrumental part. Shortly after that we get vocals paired with more pitched vocal chops which later take over completely before the song ends with another instrumental section.
This article was proofread by theCANderson, so big thanks to him!
New information and character designs from MLP G5 have recently been released, and the fandom has been quick to respond, especially with music inspired by the upcoming generation. SpinScissor, a newer artist on the scene, has jumped on the G5 train as well, presenting an upbeat track that features a diverse instrumental with interesting melodies and rhythms. A fun drop section with a futuristic vibe, quirky sound design, and pony vocal chops carrying several different melodies all fit together wonderfully in this playful piece. In the final drop, SpinScissor really lives up to his name with what feels like a quirky conglomeration of funky sounds and melodies that had me imagining random objects spinning around but somehow bringing hope in the midst of glorious chaos. It’s as if we are hearing random thunder and watching strips of almost indiscernible light in the night sky until, suddenly, the thunder and light explode into a glorious display of fireworks and the mystery is revealed.Continue reading
Today we’ve got ourselves another great song by Sawtooth Waves which is once again paired with an amazing PMV by daspacepony. For this track they got the help of Vylet Pony, who provides the awesome lyrics. The track starts out with a lovely melody and then adds a drum loop with a background buildup that comprises the entire track buildup even though it’s just one sound and the rest stays the same. And for the drop we get treated to a little reference; the start is essentially an extended version of Sawtooth’s intro with some pitched background vocals by Vylet Pony. After that we return back to the normal melody and more lyrics by Vylet Pony, but this time it’s not pitched vocals anymore, and Vylet gives us more or less a partial cover of the show’s “You’ll Play Your Part” while the PMV changes the meaning from Twilight’s Part to Flurry’s Part. While all this happens we once more get the build up to another drop along with a more extended intro and the pitched background vocals, and we end on the last part of the original “You’ll play your part” show song. As I mentioned before this song has an entire PMV attached to it; daspacepony once again went all out on the visuals incorporating different things along with his animation including visualizers and lyrics being displayed throughout.
This article was proofread by my good friend thecanderson, so big thanks to him.
SoGreatandPowerful is an icon in this fandom. There’s no question about it. As such it can be pretty challenging to cover one of their songs and still elicit similar emotions. replacer has delivered once again with their cover of SGaP’s ‘Sorceress Girl’. Breathy calm vocals over that wonderfully soothing atmosphere. This is the pop I live for and the lines “a kind voice, a gentle face a friend who vanished without a trace” are delivered so, so well and just sells the vibe. Take a listen, trust me, this is a treat!
Drawing in an abundant and infinite source of inspiration, Direct Current is paying tribute to SGaP’s music all while expressing his lovely musical take at the concept stated in the description. The mellow instrumental, bright vocals and emotional pony vocal chops are all completing a frame filled with love! Also check out my comment on the song to find more love ♥
Covering a cherished song by SoGreatandPowerful, Somasis showed us the extent of their talent with this tribute made with love! 6 minutes of bliss, the cover is quite lovely as the mystical instrumental takes us to new beautiful roads, and the new vocals resonate in our hearts!
If you haven’t been listening to Dandelion, you really should! Their ability to create unique and innovative soundtracks is apparent with each and every new release. With Borrowed Wings is an extremely peaceful and gorgeous song. The theme explores a pony afterlife which is made apparent by the heavenly design and instrumentation. Helen the vocalist has an angelic voice which sings softly over a subtle, bright synth. Some dream-like bells are mixed in with light percussion to really give life to the tack. Brilliantly designed and original, make sure to check out this song and more from Dandelion’s channel!
Today we’ve got ourselves another amazing track from replacer! He brings us this fantastic (insert genre) track as part of P@D’s “Eclipse” Album. The song immediately grabs your ear with a catchy melody, and replacer doesn’t wait long before he throws some stunning lyrics at us. However, just because we have vocals now doesn’t mean the music gets any less amazing; it just takes a back seat and works in tandem with replacer’s voice for most of the track. The combination has an oddly calming effect, which is always a bonus for me. This is one of those songs I can highly recommend playing as soothing background music while doing any type of work so you don’t go all cray cray, and it’s also great for just chilling out after a long day at work or school. In the end we get the sound of wind whisking us on to the next track of our playlist. Twitter: @replacer808
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