Wandering Artist was born to make beautiful soundtrack pieces like this one. Track 70 from Ponies at Dawn: Eternal, we have a beautifully relaxing piece that could easily be a fitting soundtrack to a long trek through a massive landscape. The beautiful orchestral instruments coupled with the talented Velvet R. Wings‘ voice as the song takes on various phases all mesh together well to create a brilliant tribute to the show that brought us all together, as well as yet another brilliant addition to the P@D family.
Night Blaze is on a roll with their tributes focusing on MLP lore! This time, some love is sent to the unsung heroes such as Canterlot’s Royal Guard who always do their best to protect the land and the princesses. A short yet rich and progressive Orchestral composition is doing wonders at depicting the intensity of the moment painted in that artwork, and I’m excited to hear what other treats Night Blaze will have in store for us in the future!
Part of the OST of their MP3 Saga titled Erebys, this character theme for Windskyed in their youth is very soothing and definitely reflects that calm atmosphere of the moment so well with wind instruments and an acoustic guitar too!
Toby’s remix of the finale’s song brings fitting emotional vibes with a piano completing the original vocals, and making for a reflective atmosphere. The creative progression also features the musician’s signature musical style, and a callback the the Theme Song at the end just like it happened at the end of the original..!! Definitely a very appreciated remix to extend the emotions from the finale…
The Wasteland Wailers never fail to deliver and Friendship from Fire is another instant classic! The track utilizes gorgeous orchestral composition and instrumentation with Brittany Church’s heart-melting voice. The string section sets a somber tone, the drums add an epic, controlled, energy, and the vocals are crystal clear. While the story of the song is mostly of loss, the punchline leads to a very determined, and optimistic tone – capitalized by the incredible bridge and outro at the end.
A track part of the OST of the in-development fan game PoniGame, Eager To Explore gives that “Town of Beginning” vibe with that longing for adventuring in a newfound world, with hopes in your eyes, excitement about meeting your future party members, and an unbreakable will to see what’s wrong til it’s right! Definitely a beautiful composition and comfy atmosphere!
Even without having watched the finale, Koron saw fit to respond to the surrounding emotions all around in the community, with a deep and emotional piece featuring violin, music box and choirs! Such dedication is so wonderful to see! Let’s wish Koron all the best when he’ll get to that “end of the road” himself! I’m sure there’s gonna be a beautiful rainbow waiting for him there!
More Post-Finale tributes! This short yet progressive composition by master Zephysonas is conveying a lot of the events that happened in the finale, and the emotions and feelings that we got from it. Soft, bittersweet, deep all the way, Closing the Book is representative of our shared emotion right now as the book of FiM just closed!
What a surprise! Marcus Warner aka Evening Star has remade old pony tracks of his, part of an upcoming EP titled “Reprise”! Such a renewed Orchestral tribute to the FiM Theme Song is such a feast to witness, and the musician definitely hasn’t lost his touch at composing such gorgeous compositions!
The moonlight shall heal our wounds and soothe our troubled and tired mind… This is the concept of this cathartic song by Mane In Green, that accompanies that artwork drawn by Mane herself. You can just feel the magic and the musician’s passion for her craft, through the deep melodies and the emotional strings in the background! The percussions sound awesome too, and the Japanese musical vibes are strong, for a blissful experience! The song in our heart will never die!