Coming from the third compilation album of Lycan Dese Beats. Hay Tea collabs with the rapper N. Hollow in this sick Kendrick Lamar/A Tribe Called Quest look like jazz rap song.
The song that talks about Princess Luna and Starlight Glimmer is one of the best songs that is on this album. The guitar riffs, the really catchy synths in the bridge of the song, and the great vocal capacity of the MC N. Hollow contributes to make this song very awesome!
Download or buy Lycan Dese Beats 3 for get this beauty and more!
Hay Tea, one of the first artists that I think when someone asks me to name a Drum & Bass brony musician.
“Waiting Room” isn’t just another drum & bass experiment, this time I can see that Hay Tea used Jazz elements in the track, reminding of the smooth jazz tracks that are played in the stations while we are waiting for the metropolitan arrives.
I love the track, this is pretty good, be sure to check out more of Hay Tea, Hay Tea is a DnB genious!
The collective that started parodying P@D since the finals of 2016 – Ponies That Yawn – released another album that parodies the newest P@D album: Guardians and also parodies the newest Pinkamena Party album: INCOHESIVE HORSE ADESIVE. The result is JUXTAPOSITION DEFENDERS.
This album is full of very good tunes and includes the NightVapor remix of an ExplodingPonyToast song done by EPT himself! Grab the album, it’s worth to listen!
The album is available as Name Your Price on a bandcamp near you!
It’s Pinkamena Party, you know the drill. It’s after the break for all you kids who don’t care about the rules…
This innovative track pairs glitch hop with jazz in a groovy, swingy and absolutely superb way. The hoofstep intro leads into a well-produced and very fun track. The beeps, growls, and bzzts are organized like a classic jazz piece, and the saxophone-esque synth halfway really drives the point home. Anyone who likes either glitch hop or jazz should give this a listen – or 5!
We don’t often get Electro Swing in the community, and it’s such a shame considering the bliss of the genre! BlueBrony got us covered though, and here’s one elegant and cool piece delivering the musician’s take on the genre with all the jazzy instruments and melodies! Imagining that this could be the result of Vinyl and Octavia’s combined efforts and passion, feels awesome too!
Now here’s something that I love to see and that is so very lovely. With expert hands, LuRhythmic did a Piano improv using chords from the famous Awoken by Glaze aka WoodenToaster and H8_Seed, resulting in a blissful Jazz-y track that would fit so well as a BGM in some chill night bar. Also check out the Piano improv of Nightmare Night, the Bebop Jazz cover of Bats, and the Big Band Jazz cover of Rainbow Factory! They are all awesome and rare gems!
ThisSideOfOblivion presents us a remix of a classic from 2013, Open Your Eyes from Aviators. With a solid rearrangement bringing drums, strings, and even delightful sax, it doesn’t fail to pay tribute to the original in a chill yet intricate way!
Not only TheMusicReborn covered 4EverfreeBrony‘s vocals from the original Acapella, he also composed a brand new instrumental to go along with it! This results in a wonderful new take on the original, filled with gorgeous vocals, trumpet and piano.
For the 5-years anniversary of the release of their first song, Pinkie’s Brew Russian Gypsy Jazz, Lenich & Kirya made an updated 2017 version! Still covering the famous original by Sherclop Pones (Griffin Lewis & Jenny Nicholson), it does an awesome job at providing a very nice Jazz version paying tribute to the original melodies and vocals.