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Mane In Green – The Journey | Epic Soundtrack

Brace yourselves for this everypony!! Mane In Green truly outdid himself with this one long progressive track infused with a story and delivering a variety of genres to create an epic musical Journey. It has many different instrumental parts reflecting perfectly each part of the story, with fitting instruments and rythm, and telling the story that’s written in the description so well. Over its breathtaking progression, the track will blow you away with epic melodies, guitar riffs, and fusions of genres all around, with Orchestral, Metal, Folk, and even Electronic all finding a share. Overall, The Journey is a masterpiece of story-driven, OST-like music, as well as a token of Mane In Green’s wonderful talent and vision, that will, I’m sure, continue to delight us in the future. I’m getting teary-eyed while relistening to the track and writing this, and I can’t thank Mane In Green enough for his magnificent work and how accurately it blissfully feels like Soundtrack. Long live OST, music, and Passion!

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LuRhythmic – Awoken (Covering Glaze & H8_Seed) | Piano Solo / Jazz

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!

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Frozen Night – Everfree Forest Board | Soundtrack

Frozen Night presents us a forest map BGM from a never-released pony fan game and from 2013, and it has those delightful “wooden” plucks and such choices of instruments that are so reminding of many forest map BGMs I’ve heard in my J-RPGs. There is also another field BGM from the musician that comes along it, and it’s for the Crystal Empire, check it out!

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Arkineer – What’n Town Nation | Soundtrack

Arkineer, formerly known as Senjan, is back with a new OST piece he made for the fan game Adventure of the Lunarbolts, and this time it’s a remix of one of the BGM tracks from the show, Applejack’s Speech! Giving a wonderful new life to the amazing track by beloved composer William Anderson, the remix could be considered a spiritual successor to InfinityDash’s BGM remixes from 6 years ago, and doesn’t fail to pay tribute to the lovely melodies of the original, with an awesome new accompaniment and progression. Long live OST!

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Blue Note – A Wandering Soul | Orchestral

It’s time for the second episode of Blue Note’s Symphonies, announcing a brand new journey for the mare! From Canterlot to Cloudsdale to Griffonstone, the brave pony discovers many beautiful landscapes as we listeners discover many gorgeous soundscapes and compositions from Blue Note’s heart, bringing fitting musical moods and reflecting the emotion felt from those places in a wonderful way. The symphony ends in the warm comfort of the Night, as we wonder what other events and sounds the future holds…

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GhostXb – Night Breeze | Hip-Hop / Chillout

We can always count on GhostXb to bring to life the most creative visions and the most blissful musical moods, and this new release is certainly another wonderful token of that talent, resulting in a very chill Hip-Hop instrumental feeling as gentle as a Night Breeze. The decrescendos near the end could remind you of the Prelude from Final Fantasy, too!
Also, find below a guest review from fellow pony music fan DMC 4EVER UCCI!
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And here we are with another GhostXb track! This time, he delights us with some super chill and very soothing mix of a lovely, lovely piano improv on top of a lo-fi hip hop beat swiftly matched by dancing strings all around. A really interesting and unusual way to mix genres if you ask me, and I’ll never grow tired to see these kind of experimentations come up. It’s a breath of fresh (nightly) air.
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