EM ELL PEE GEE FIVE VIOLIN COVER BAYBEEEEEEE! LESGO! EveryDayDashie is bringing those EveryDayViolins to work. To complete a wholesome and joyful cover of “Fit Right In” with, you guessed it, the violin. Even containing the Rap vocals and the build up going a long! It’s a joyful rendition of this song and I take every moment I can as I write this article to swing a long with it. Well done Dashie! Here’s hoping you do more covers like these!
If I had a dollar for every time 4everfreebrony surprised me with a excellent take on an unexpected style of music, I could probably buy his whole Bandcamp discography! Save Me, featured on the latest P@D album, explores Starlight’s self-doubts and troubles in an ironically upbeat 80s pop style. Not only is it incredibly catchy, but touches on the ever-important topic of mental health as well.
Individually each song embraces a pleasant energy or a glamorous sound element to resonate with. Mullet Music Productions has brought us here a story of a companionless pony in the Everfree Forest, sitting alone until life magically bonds him with a good-natured new friend who graces his life with her warmth welcoming friendship to later on chant in duet a radiant hook to make a trio singing with you the listener. Spoiler alert! this song may make you air guitar and pour out a slight tear of joy. Catch this song featured on the album Everfree Park: After Hours from the label Balloon Party.
The final track from Koa’s 2021 album, In Your Eyes, takes a lovely little turn from the more upbeat and danceable songs that precede it. Stripped back of all instrumentation but a piano, Koa’s vocals really get a chance to shine here, in terms of both her singing and songwriting. She presents a bittersweet story of forgotten friendships, but hints a hopeful resolution – that maybe sometimes we can pick up where we left off…
Well, Koa never fails to please but her album “In Your Eyes” definitely knocks it out of the park! And today I’ll tell you just a little bit about Supercut, but let’s start from the top: The song kicks straight off with Koa’s amazing vocals before the upbeat instrumental kicks in, mainly featuring a hypnotizing beat and a catching acoustic guitar that’ll get stuck in your head! Both vocals and instrumental get their own times to shine and overall this song makes you wish it was a lot longer! The lyrics creatively cover the kind of people who spend their time spreading lies and half truths for their entertainment, and indeed sometimes people only see a supercut of who we really are.
Based around the background music and theme of the Pony life episode “All That Jitters”, Evershade has created an original song about Twilight battling her nerves while trying to impress Potion Nova.
A catchy backing melody and the relatable message this song gives is wonderful! Push your worries aside and have fun. Don’t burn yourself out hiding behind a mask, Just be yourself and everything will work out in the end!
If you listened to P@D: Zenith, you may have heard this little track about Marble Pie. However, as BlueBrony has said performing this live with Koa: “This song is about anyone who feels like they struggle with self-worth or doesn’t belong.” The melodies build up from a soft piano to a most triumphant rock ballad that will indeed have you feeling like you do matter! Lyrics are just emotional and heart-felt of how genuine and beautiful Koa and BlueBrony sing with a message, Every brony who hears this can feel it in the very fiber of their beings. As always, This Qilin asks you to judge for yourself.
When you’re the leader, “I don’t know” is not an option, even if you don’t have any answers.
The message of this song is beautiful and talks about the perspective of leaders, of which are expected to have all the answers even when they don’t. Forced to use temporary measures or distractions to avoid saying “I don’t know”.
A hopeful and thought provoking message mixed with a ballad of acoustic and piano; 4everfree knocks it out of the park once more!
Who doesn’t love a good sequel? Acting as the Bon Bon counterpart to a recent Lyra song, Background pt. 2 is a softer song that encapsulates her feelings for Lyra. The instrumentation is more minimal, leaving more room for Koa’s vocals and the words she sings, yet every part of the composition has its role and fits together nicely.
Synthis is back again with another absolute banger. It’s good to know the homie is still out there and I hope all goes well with him! Here we have a nice song with lovely synths and funky ambient melodies expressed through both instruments and vocals that grasp you. Just the entire vibe of the track and the words sung out can definitely resonate with people. I won’t sugarcoat it; life can indeed be a frightening experience, and you’ll only see who really has your back when EVERYTHING goes wrong… But believe in the hope that this song alludes to, that things WILL get better. I hope this song reaches the people who need to hear it and know what Synthis is singing about. HMH is therefore, at your service. Happy listening!