From the charity album Seeds of Kindness 6 ~ A Change of Heart, this original and very creative piece from SDreamExplorerS sure conveys a lot of kindness through its soft instrumental full of tender guitar play. Much inspired, it lays out a nice groove in a masterful way, with bass, guitar and percussions all contributing to the heartwarming atmosphere.
This new track from BlueBrony centered around Spike’s character depth is truly a gem! Making for a blissful unusual fusion of genres, melancholic piano gives way to a Chillhop part with hints of the FF Prelude in the background, reflecting Rarity’s dreams that give such a bitter aftertaste to Spike considering how far away from him they are. The next part lays out a masterful Jazz mood, reflecting Spike’s feelings as he eats his sorrow away with donuts and Extra Sprinkles, and perhaps also matching the kind of music that some 3-pony Jazz band would play in bars such as Donut Joe’s. An utter masterpiece of a concept track, with much of a story to tell through music!
Here’s one if you’re in the mood for super chill stuff. Neighsayer has appeared plenty of times on previous P@D albums with fantastic live instrument production from jazz to blues and alt rock which my ears just melt into. Now they bring something even more smooth and mellow than usual with this remix of Mogsch and Itchigotchi’s Let The Sun Rise (albeit minus the vocals).
I…wasn’t quite expecting this to pop up on my radar! TheMusicReborn decided to take P1K’s classic in a very different style from both the original and really anything else we see on a regular basis. It may or may not be your kind of thing, but definitely worth giving a shot for a fun little tongue-in-cheek cover.
Another little gem from the Love Letters EP released a few weeks ago, marking the penultimate track on the album. Beautifully jazzy piano is joined by low-key hip-hop beats and eventually by vocals from both Vylet and Kyunn with a remorseful theme.
Here it is, what’s bound to be the best Ponies At Dawn album yet. With each new album comes both a new selection of artists as well as some of the great ones who have been around for a while – something that is in my opinion the best balance when compiling brony music.
The album is available completely for free on Bandcamp, or you pay whatever amount you wish for it. You can expect to see many of the songs from it posted on the site in the coming days and weeks!
In a style that seems to be unique to said artist, Little Jester has a new song just for us…heh… This soft piano-driven piece is a nice and relaxing piece, with sort of jazz/lounge influences and a chord progression that reminds me of certain pop songs from the 70s and 80s. Don’t ask which ones, I’m just reminded vaguely of them :L
Making a seemingly very speedy turnaround from the release of Super Pony World this summer, Vylet’s back with another album, this one about Rarity. Not quite as monumental as SPW, however Love Letters still contains 12 tracks, more than qualifying it for a full album status. Read on for a look at each track one-by-one as it transitions through many phases of electronic music with hints of jaaazzzz.
An interesting piece here, it’s been a while since I last heard jazz fused with electronic, but fractilx seems to have made it work nicely. Check this out for funky electronic beats and smooooooooth sax!
Woah… really cool track here from Kiwi via the A Little Bit Of Charity project! Piano and synth create an array of gorgeous melodies to accompany some just as lovely vocals. Definitely one to check out!