Featured on the new Ponies at Dawn album, this brilliant track is a tribute to The Wasteland Wailers’ late bass player and songwriter, Yondy. Brittany Church sings passionately with crystal clear tone to carry the 60s-style club tone over top an expert instrumental provided by the Wailers. It is easy to tell the group put a lot of effort and emotion into this song for their fallen friend. The tempo and instrumentation is perfect for such a rare genre among fandom music, and the transition and guitar-work on the chorus is top notch. Absolutely make sure you listen to this splendid work of art!
Here Kelvin/Sonic Hooves delivers another beautiful piano piece that is, as always, composed thoughtfully to provoke some emotion whilst listening, with some jazzy overtones as well.
The bar. It just got raised. This song alone is already incredible, but the fact that it’s AlicornAcension’s debut release? I don’t know how they managed to hide away all this time! Getting some new lounge / jazz in the fandom is also a huge plus; songs of this kind are so few and far between, but if time is the key to making something sounds as good as this, I’m happy to wait so it’s worth it. Welcome AlicornAcension, I’m really looking forward to more music from you!
We don’t get enough of these! A smooth and cozy Jazz piece unfolds, courtesy of The L-Train who composed this theme for the fanfiction Ponyville Noire. After meeting with an old partner in a dim-lit backstreet on a moonless night, you go on to talk about the old times when you were working for the family… and you hear this song being played on the sax by a pony sitting on a window pane. This is the kind of scene and musical bliss that this theme is giving to us!
From the dynamic duo of PegasYs and BlueBrony comes this gorgeous winter tribute. A fascinating fusion of Christmas-y instrumentation with 60’s club jazz, Jujubees and Jubilee is a beautiful, chilled-out track, which is great to listen to anytime! Heather Featherstrong‘s fitting and very well-performed vocals are reminiscent of the old-school, Sinatra style of performance and really deliver on an already fantastic instrumental!
Aaaaah man, this song is so upbeat and spooky at the same time. I love it. ❤ It reminds me a lot of Friendship is Witchcraft! The Mary Poppins vibe is always welcome music to my ears. I like how the duet is playing out here with the very creative piano vibe and the melody. Its very spooky and cute and its mixed together very well. 🙂 I think FlutterDash Records is a really cool duo and they deserve some love for their work. 😀 You guys rock!<3
And with this, Sprocket’s Princess Variations collection is complete: a series of songs revolving around a theme and based around a recurrent chord sequence. This jazzy piece even features the legendary Sax Brony with his own solo. In case you haven’t heard any of the other parts, go take a listen to the whole thing!
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!