A new track from Maressey, I Want The One I Can’t Have features vocals from Zatslol and a strong instrumental from Johnny Mare. Whilst this kind of thing is always a bit of a touchy subject, I feel like this track approaches the subject matter pretty tastefully and with great production value, Zatslol’s vocals especially shine strongly in this track.
Red Dwarf fans, rejoice! Admittedly, I’ve never seen Red Dward so I didn’t get the joke, but still, it’s a deliberately fun little song that may or may not bring trigger memories of cheap amusement parks…
So…there was still quite a lot a Heath’s Warming-themed music left after our compilation post from a week ago, so to save a bit of time (I’ll level with you, we’re quite far behind everything at the moment), have a few of them compiled into a single post! Catch the whole thing after the break…
This irregularly scheduled episode of the Horse Music Hotspot aired on Tuesday afternoon on PonyvilleFM…well, there were a couple of issues with the broadcast, so whether you wanted to hear the rest of this, or missed it completely, here’s December’s episode, available on YouTube, SoundCloud, and our podcast feed.
As the year draws to a close, not only do we take a look at the best songs from December, but each of our staff chose their 3 favourite pony songs from the whole of 2016! So buckle up for a special extended edition of the Horse Music Hotspot – the last of the year.
To listen in live, tune in to Ponyville FM at 10PM Eastern on the last Sunday of each month!
Tracklist and embeds available after the break
It’s a pony parody. Of Bounce by System of a Down. No further explanation required.
Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony! Pony!
One of the coolest fandom music projects is back! Maressey is an ambitious project that aims to produce high quality pony-focused tributes to The Smiths. They’ve just released their 4th album, The Brony Album, which focuses on a lot of fandom related things, such as EQD, Bronycon, Rule 34 and Cosplay. This track, featuring amazing vocals from AdamTh3Walker, a strong instrumental from Johnny Mare and mixing from project-head Freewave, deals with the after effects of the eventual ending on the show, whenever it may be. Make sure to check it out for a really strongly produced track about a poignant topic of conversation.
Rejoice everypony, The Wonderbolts are BACK with a new song, and this one is ready to ROCK the concert hall! A mighty ponification of Threshold from the fictional band Sex Bob-Omb, it pays tribute to The Rainbooms in much rock spirit, bringing those delightful Garage/Indie/Punk Rock vibes, in an amazing performance and along a very fitting music video made by the band’s drummer, Wootmaster. This is making you want to cheer for the band with a hoof in the air at the gig, or salute the members as you luckily spot them coming out of the
garage rehearsal room and carrying their instruments in their cases! Show your support to The Wonderbolts, because this pony band is awesome, and keep rocking!
Yes, that’s a ponification of Man of Constant Sorrow. Yes I absolutely love that Steely’s done this. It’s a simple version, performed just with voice and acoustic guitar, like the version from the film O Brother, Where Art Thou? Keeping it simple sometimes works out for the best, and it certainly does so here.
It’s a rework / cover of a parody of a Lil Wayne song. The original parody was done by Versal, Dubious, and Rhyme Flow back in 2013, and this version has Silver Note on vocals for the chorus (which IMO sounds better Lil Wayne’s original) and Buffy rapping his own custom 2nd verse. However, this goes in a very different direction to the 2013 version and focuses on the aftermath of Lightning Dust’s demise in Wonderbolt Academy, and completely changes the tone of the refrain.
Well this is…different. Vylet has taken a song by Snail’s House, and both remixed it and added his own vocals to it relating to Twilight. You wouldn’t think it would work, but it does, and so well too!