Frozen Night is easily one of the fandom’s leading heroes when it comes to orchestral music, and this song is a prime example as to why that is. This beautiful piece has two halves; the first one is a slow and beautiful motif, but halfway through, it quickly builds up into an epic section with fast percussion and driving string instruments. While the two sections are almost night and day with their pace, they fit so well together that the sudden transition doesn’t feel jarring. This will be a part of Frozen’s upcoming album scheduled for release in November, so look out for that!
From the new A State of Sugar compilation album comes a brand new DnB original. Familiarize yourself with a passively pleasuring exposition introducing you to the hefty neuro basses of this roller. Serene atmospheres are not lacking in this track either, with the clouds of ethereal pads abundant in the intro and outro. Decorated with vast reverbs and nippy drums, this piece won’t be out of place for any bass-manic electronic fans!
So with this Indie pop tune, we get into the mind of narcissist pony. It’s different to hear this style of music. With hearing a pony unhealthy talk to themselves about their own self-ego. Having a conversion with oneself, and trying to convince oneself of what you’re saying. Then getting frustrated! It kinda funny honesty listening to this. The vocals get that across just fine. The melody itself is good, as it uses exotic style tones and sound. It goes with this pony talking to himself. It’s fun and simple little tune by Rusty, give it a try. As always, this Qilin asks you to judge for yourself.
What is going on inside of Zephysonas’ head? We’ve got ourselves an orchestral piece with elements of steampunk, and honestly, it works! At the start of the song, the sounds of train whistles, bell chimes, clockwork sounds and other machinery can be heard slowly gaining in volume until the orchestral elements slowly fade in as well, along with a harpsichord. It creates a perfect blend, definitely creating the feeling of walking through a warehouse full of machinery. Zephy’s hit it out of the park once again!
While Wootmaster’s very active in the MLP music scene, it’s not often he puts out a solo song; in fact, it’s been nearly a year since his last release, but this one was definitely worth the wait. He’s delivered a long house tune with plenty of MLP samples, particularly of Pinkie (who can be heard making percussion sounds all throughout, no less!) and the student six, with numerous references to Uprooted and What Lies Beneath. Alongside the familiar house music ensemble, a saxophone is added into the mix, creating a jazzy feel. This unique track will definitely hype up the club, and become a welcome addition to the Wootmaster discography!
Koron Korak returns with a chiptune melody that sounds absolutely perfect for a video game. The overall feeling is very cheery and bouncy, complete with xylophone sounds and catchy synths. Coupled with this is a visual of the original NES Super Mario Bros, with Mario and Luigi escorting Fluttershy to the end of each level, with cameo appearances from Discord and Rarity. Definitely a nostalgic piece, this one!
DoodledMoosic’s back with a solo song, although there’s an interesting twist… Throughout this nearly 5 minute song, he spends every 8 bars doing very accurate impressions of other rappers in the MLP music scene, such as J. Free, MC Arch, NickyD, ShobieShy and… iBringDaLULZ? Nah, we can’t have nice things all the time. Either way, we’ve got a rap piece that’s both funny and great to listen to, especially if the names mentioned all ring a bell in your head.
Dynamite Grizzly is a beast. This time, he’s released a remix of his track from three years ago, No Worries. While the original was a calm techno piece with soft string synths and 808 drums all around, this one’s more erratic. Some of the elements from the original song are still present, such as the slapped bass samples, but overall it takes a clear influence from trance/rave music from the 90s, so much so that if you’d told me this track was actually from the 90s, I’d believe you! This is definitely something that could be used to pump up athletes before a game.
Burning Halo’s back with his first original song in a year, and what a comeback it is! We’ve got ourselves a fast-paced rock track about Rainbow Dash’s feelings while training to become a Wonderbolt. A fast mare deserves a fast number. As if that wasn’t enough, Halo has also enlisted the help of Rockin’Brony, who provides an amazing guitar solo to make this song a complete package. Welcome back to the fold, Burning Halo! We hope to see more from you in the future.
This song gives off heavy Punk Rock vibes, and it’s easy to see why. This meme-filled, satirical criticism of “Horse Fame” is very catchy, fun to listen to, and has the classic Punk elements of the bass, and guitar. And, is honestly pretty hilarious.