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PrinceWhateverer – Resilience (feat. Sable Symphony & MantaTsubasa) | Metalcore

FINALLY A SONG ABOUT BEST PONY WOOOHOOO

That’s right fillies and gentlecolts, it’s Starlight vs Twilight!

Sweet Celestia, this is amazing! PrinceWhateverer brings us a rock song overloaded with the absolute highest level of hype. Themed around Starlight and Twilight’s climactic battle in the Season 5 finale, this is an instant classic. I truly cannot remember the last time a song got me this excited and hyped. The “pony” part of “pony music” is here in force as well. This is truly a 2012 song with 2017 production.

Why are you still reading this? The song is up there, it’s awesome, and it’s about best pony. Go go go!

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Viricide Filly – Back From Reality | Album | Electronic


FINALLY! After 3 years of hard work and production, British musician Viricide Filly releases her 5th album. Bringing us a mix of incredible textures and melodies that are really inspiring and incredible, making the album worth more than just 1 listen! Really, listen to this album more than 5 times! Because this is really amazing!

Now, what I can say about this amazing masterpiece? First, Viricide’s robotic vocals in songs like “Stuck In The Sky” (available on video) are very well mix with the instrumental and the lyrics of the songs are also quite awesome! Second, I love a lot Viricide’s experiments at each track, the intro track is well performed, and also the experiments at “Vanishing Point” (available on Cider Party) are really incredible and gives an atmospheric look to the track. Third, this album actually tells a story about Viricide’s OC, Eleanor, making a great and inspiring concept album.

I recommend this album to everyone, without exceptions! Also, listen to this more than 5 times, please! Give Viricide the feedback that she deserves for her 3 years hard work!

You can download the album from Viricide’s Bandcamp or stream the whole thing on YouTube.

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BlueBrony – Ultraviolet | Progressive House

BlueBrony’s lovely progressive track alternates between soft and gritty, switching effortlessly to compliment the mood. All throughout, the song maintains a consistent theme, calling back to previous sounds and offering hints of what’s to come. The dual nature of the song mirrors Celestia and Daybreaker’s dynamic, with both sides getting their turn to shine.

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Ponies At Dawn – Guardians | Compilation Album | Multi-Genre


I wish I could sum up how awesome the songs on this album in a short concise review. Buuut not only are there too many songs to even scratch the surface of this album, but I think the album stream is still going on!

To be honest, there are even some names on here that I don’t recognise myself – and of course some names that everyone will recognise. That’s one of the best things about these albums: not only do you get some of everyone’s favourites, but you can find a chance to discover brand new musicians doing all kinds of different genres, with more than enough creativity to go around.

Guardians is available to download from the P@D Bandcamp for any given price.

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Neon Lights – Civil War | Big Room House

N O V U S   O R D O   S E C L O R U M

Neon Lights has already blown me away with some of their other house songs, and it’s fantastic to see them both on the new Ponies At Dawn album and featuring on Cider Party too! This track has a great hard hitting drop with big, full saws, and both deep and growly basses.

This is the last of our Ponies At Dawn pre-releases. The album goes up later tonight and the livestream starts in about an hour!

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Royalpony – FUN FUN FUN!!! | Hardstyle

That’s right, it’s another track by hardstyle savant Royalpony! The aptly titled “FUN FUN FUN!!!” delivers all his trademarks. This high-BPM song bubbling with energy has the feel of an older hardstyle track, and longtime fans of Royalpony are sure to feel nostalgic. And, of course, Pinkie’s vocals bring in that special spark that turns the dance-ability up to 11. All in all, a true banger for the dance floor.

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TCB – Untitled | Electronic

This unfortunately scrapped track by TCB bridges so many genres I don’t even know them all – future bass, D&B, instrumental, and more. It opens with a soft piano solo, and progresses into warm leads. Spliced elegantly amongst these leads are vocal chops of the Dazzlings. After the drop, an interesting mix of vocals, wubs, and gritty drums merge. The song finishes as it began, with beautiful piano work.