The creativity of Toby Macarony is incessant. You felt in love with their previous releases and now you’ll love another new and bouncy release by them. Carefree melodies, a bass bopping miscellaneously and prismatic chords are in joyment side by side that’ll get you prancing! Let love magnify equal as the radiating consonances of this song. Don’t forget to hug your partner today like the lovebirds of the video.
Awkward Marina – Anthropology (Marina’s 10-year Anniversary Version) | Pop/Electro Swing
Wow – believe it or not, it’s already been ten years since Awkward Marina’s legendary “Anthropology” came out, and to this day it still receives a lot of love (perhaps most notably via the BlackIceMusic Remix)! To mark the occasion, we have a renewed anniversary edition courtesy of Awkward Marina herself – so let’s get into the awesomeness!
The first thing you’ll notice is that the song received a whole new instrumental; we now have an upbeat pop melody with – you guessed it – lyre, guitar parts and some horse contributions later in the song as well, all of which create a fun departure from the predominantly piano-focused instrumental of the original! You’ll also be able to spot some slight changes to the lyrics, most obviously the increase in girl power as the names of Barack Obama and Micheal Phelps are changed to Lauren Faust (the beloved creator of Gen 4) and Lady Gaga (one of Awkward Marina’s musical inspirations). Additionally, Awkward Marina put in a bit of a fourth wall break, replacing the line, “Maybe humans like us, too, and dress like us at Comic Con,” with, “Maybe humans like us and write us our own fandom songs.” There are even more fun details to discover, but I’m not going to spoil it all – you’ll have to listen to it yourself (available soon on Spotify as well)!
Before I close this, I want to give a special thanks to Awkward Marina herself for being a big help in writing this article by explaining some of the details – this couldn’t have worked without her! Last but not least, a big thanks to theCANderson for helping me write an article that does this amazing song justice!
4EverfreeBrony – Copycat 2: Repeat After Me | Cover Album
4EverfreeBrony has been constantly releasing exceptional music since 2013, dozens of original distinguished singles, great covers, pony parodies and resplendent albums done by the multi-genre musician. Back in 2019 he released Copycat, a wholesome album doing covers of songs by brony musicians. Now in 2022 he has released Copycat 2 and featuring a range of musicians! This album is like a time capsule made with the respectful intent of bringing to light some of the lesser-known hidden gems in the fandom; some tracks on the album are more well-known, but many of them are tragically overlooked.Continue reading
4everfreebrony – Bright Eyes (A Wonky Anthem) Cover4everfreebrony | Pop
A cover of Bright Eyes (A Wonky Anthem) by Ponky & Eccentrifuge, 4EFB’s beautiful vocals shine through with a warm and inviting glow as he serenades the listener about Best Pony. This version features an all-new backing track recording with piano that starts off really sweet, followed by a guitar that hits you by stepping up the intensity of the song and making you move and sing along! Both instruments sound as if they could have been performed live in front of you. Additionally, it features the vocal talents of Latent Logic, Thrack, Sweet R Song, Ocean Breeze, SonicSuns, and DaWillstanator in the last chorus.
If you liked the original, you’ll love this cover. If you haven’t heard the original song yet, definitely go check it out and then come back for this fantastic cover.
BlueBrony – Tails and Legends Volume 1 | Album
If you have been paying attention these past few months, then you know that it has been a great summer (or winter if you are in the southern hemisphere) for BlueBrony music! Following the incredible soundtrack for Minty Root’s Missing Out film, BlueBrony unveiled this great compilation of remastered old songs and new originals! Playful, adventurous, and often times deeply emotional, there is a lot of great variation to look forward to!Continue reading
Algo at All – Scrimshawl (covering Captive Unicorns) | Art Pop
Today I’m happy to bring you this lovely cover by Algo at All, breathing new life into an amazing song with his lovely voice and a completely new new instrumental, especially said vocals and the guitar make for a wonderfully captivating song that makes you nod your head along.
EveryDayDashie – Fit Right In (Violin cover) | Pop
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!
[P@D] 4everfreebrony – Save Me | Pop
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.
[BP] Mullet Music Productions – The Magic of the Everfree | Pop Rock
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.
Koa – forget me not | Piano Ballad
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…