In her own spin off of Adele’s “Hello”, Faux Synder retells of Celestia’s woe after having lost her to Nightmare Moon so many years ago. The lyrics are somber and subtly beautiful and Synder’s vocal talent is on point. The entire piece is mixed by Jastrian which should definitely get you excited!
The highly-awaited new release of our beloved pony band The Ponytones is finally here! This time it’s a ponification of Jimi Hendrix, and the Classic Rock vibes are as strong as ever. While Zecora’s warning voice from S01E09 Bridle Gossip resonates throughout the song, lovely and clever pony lyrics sung by our own zebra Wootmaster are paying much tribute to the episode. At the same time, Jame’s incredible guitar play is paying much tribute to Hendrix and the crazy solos he’s known for! Top-notch bass by Sky and drums by Wootmaster are completing the frame for a stunning result that will forever remain gold. Check out The Ponytones’ official Discord server for behind-the-scenes and a wonderful place full of passionate people!
In a lively re-imagining of Matchbox 20’s Real World, 4everfreebrony questions what it would be like to work on the show in real life. This track works beautifully as both a tribute to a well-known song and band as well as a tribute to all of the staff that works so hard to produce a cartoon and culture that we all love. Utilizing his own style a bit in this ponification of the original track, it is easy to feel 4everfreebrony’s appreciation to everyone involved with MLP:FiM!
Editor’s note: Listener discretion is advised, but not obligatory if you’re hardcore enough.
Hey kids, do you like hardcore music?! Do you like earraping fun?! Do you like celebrating Thanksgiving in a different way?! (And a week late too, oops!) Do you like to support awesome charities?! If so you are in the right place!
Let’s celebrate Flanksgiving, where you instead of thanks everything and everyone, you do naughty things! That’s right! At Flanksgiving we do the craziest things in the world! So yeah, listen to this album for celebrate! The Pinkamena Party Crew gave to birth another crazy compilation full of awesome and hard songs mostly about celebrating the Flanksgiving or stupid situations at Flanksgiving! And you better buy it, because the money will go to support an association that helps children with cancer. Download or buy at the Pinkamena Party bandcamp page.
Ponifications are always so awesome to get, and we can always count on Soren Ember to display his great Classic Rock taste, this time bringing a ponification of the ever-so-classic Johnny B. Goode. Inviting Protocat on the piano once again, Soren delivers a mighty cover with lovely Applejack-themed lyrics, and I like to imagine this being performed in one of the barns of Sweet Apple Acres, transformed into a modest concert hall for the occasion!
Also find below an additional review by fellow writer Mordecai Mapper!
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Soren Ember and Protocat return to amaze me with this rocking track! Parodying and making tribute to the great legend and innovator Chuck Berry (rest in peace), Soren and Protocat make a really dancing and awesome tribute. The track that talks about Applejack and Apple Acres, it’s really amazing, with a nice vocal performance and a great instrument performance by Soren and a great organ performance done by Protocat! Protocat and Soren knows dat Boogie Woogie! The lyrics re-invention to the pony theme was pretty well made, and then that guitar solos/riffs and the vocals are the thing that really overthrows everything on the song! Good job, both of you! Keep rocking the free world and keep making awesome tributes to great persons!
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Here comes an utterly lovely and, in my opinion, very important upload. This ponification of Trem Bala shines so bright with the magic of Friendship and conveys many messages that we got from the show and that makes us bronies. The generosity of offering presents to friends… the happy times spent together… and many values from the Elements of Harmony, are displayed through the lyrics of this parody (translated in English on-screen) and the visuals of the video. This group is definitely brimming with the magic of Equestria, and it makes me so happy to see this song and video, further spreading the values from the show and contributing to change the world. Keep at it everypony! Love you all!
Remixing Tridashie’s Pony Girl, Seventh Element delivers a weird experiment that is really awesome and danceable! The drums are really well performed, the sampling of the vocals and the distortion of the same of the same is also really clever! Along with some really awesome wubs making this has some Dubstep elements mixed with the dominant Garage/House element! It also features the visuals with the weird dancing Twilight from Ponies: The Anthology VI created by DeadlyComics! This song is really funny, danceable and amazing! You should really check it out!
From the upcoming album Dead Wings of Grace that is about an alternate universe Spike, Narokath releases this 12 minutes long track that has two parts. Laura that is the most chill part with great guitar riffs and with a lot of progression, reminding me of …And Justice For All by Metallica, with some main melody from the Silent Hill 2 soundtrack, it gives to the track the atmospheric feeling. Then comes the second part aka Annihilate that is a ponification of The Blackest Day by Annihilator. It starts with a lot of noise, a thing that I like in Thrash Metal, then the aggressive riffs of the guitar and the drums are played very well. And the rough vocals are the element that gives the headbanging and aggressive look to the track. All joined by an incredible mixing and mastering.
Brony Thrash Metal with Progressive elements that parodies Silent Hill 2 and Annihilator in the same track is a treasure. Listen to this song, the transition from Laura to Annihilate is very awesome.
It’s Pinkamena Party, you know the drill. It’s after the break for all you kids who don’t care about the rules…
The Ponytones is a collaboration of pony music lovers to ponify famous and classic songs. I’ve got a vested interest in the project from the get-go, as I’m good friends with one of the contributors. But even if you’ve never heard of any of these people, their first song will get you interested in the rest of the rest of their respective works.
It’s a truly stellar parody of Beatles classic “I Want To Hold Your Hand.” With genius lyrics, amazing vocals and vocal editing, beautiful instrumentation, this is simultaneously a very fresh and a very nostalgic piece. The mixdown is raw, bleeding, and perfectly oldschool. Rock isn’t my thing, but I Want to Hold Your Hoof has seized a position in my heart alongside my favorite songs of my favorite genres. What a song!