Evershade wrote such a tender and cute song in honor of the finale, and it’s so emotional to listen to! Such sweet and emotional lyrics, lovely vocals, and uplifting acoustic guitar in the instrumental are all reminding of what makes this community so special, as we cuddle up in spirit with the musician and the other ponies listening in this cozy and heart-warming atmosphere!
Such a most wonderful gift to get today, on this dawn of a new era!! Evgeniy Doctor teamed up with Luck Rock on the lyrics and Singalek on the vocals to make such a meaningful tribute to Trixie that not only stars her beloved personality, but spreads such a positive message about the end of the show and the fact that we’ll always have the ponies with us, in our hearts!! Along the cute vocals, impactful lyrics, and bright instrumental, it’s time to party with Trixie and everypony who contributed to this song!! If you can hold up the tears, that is! I’m so emotional myself, writing this right now!
Replacer’s contribution to Ponies at Dawn Eternal is as unique as always, with that oldschool yet fresh musical style doing wonders to bring that brony spirit up front! Yes we shall keep singing in many colors for years to come! Such lovely vocals are so cute, and that jazzy instrumental is so tasteful! A masterpiece for sure!
An oldie but a goodie, Rod Steven has remixed Luna; A staple in the fandom and this version of the song gives a more laid back and infectious mood to the piece. Mellow rolling acoustic harmonies following a bright piano and the all too familiar vocals, This ballad-esque re-imagining is great to unwind to and harken back to yesteryear.
Perhaps echoing the classic Tubby Wubby Pony Waifu, Crusader wrote an upbeat yet rocking tune about the #1 dragon waifu choice Ember! This is sure to please the enthusiasts of Tsundember love, with the catchy anthem conveying all of our feelings in harmony, along Crusader’s lovely vocals!
A new release from iRhymeTheSongs is a fresh breath of Equestrian air in this world… For the musician always makes such lovely ponifications! It feels like this could be the equivalent of our famous Oh, Pretty Woman song, in Equestria. Just imagining Rarity listening to this like the kind of Classic Pop/Rock songs she’d appreciate… wonderful! The vocals are definitely very fitting for the genre, and the whole ponification is a dream coming true for the fan of oldie-goldies like these!
This is a dream collaboration. Track 17 from Love Letters: Colourless, this slow track takes clear influence from ballads from the 80s. Joining Vylet is the incredible 4everfreebrony on vocals, completing this already great piece with a duet between the two and finishing up with an emotional guitar solo. Easily one of the best tracks on the whole album!
This month’s proved to be full of emotional venting songs, which makes sense considering it’s just under three weeks until the very last episodes of MLP:FiM air. In that spirit, Rusty’s back yet again with his usual unique electronic fare. His passionate voice cuts through the song with power as he sings about how the show brings him energy and happiness, a message that I think most of us can relate to. As the song extends, it slowly twists into a chaotic mess before getting back on track and building up to the powerful climax. Don’t sleep on this one!
Vylet and Namii are an unstoppable duo. Track 10 from Love Letters: Colourless, the two sing together perfectly over an incredibly upbeat and catchy pop beat. This one’s a standout track compared to the album’s consistent melancholic sounds and chord progressions, though the lyrics still deal with Rainbow Dash’s longing to express her love for Rarity. What an emotional tidal wave!
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.