Covering one of the very best classics of P@D, Francis Vace gives to the amazing EDM anthem his classic ska vibes with the funny bass and the typical vocal performance of Vace! You did great here Vace, keep doing your thing!
This Metalcore treat has just the perfect vibes to transcribe that part of Trixie’s past and character depth, blasting both harsh and soft vocals along a blissful and emotional instrumental. Partaking in the melodies, the emotions, the sound of the guitars and the drums… we sympathize in harmony and send our love to Trixie, for she may be feeling it!
If you didn’t know of Burning Halo before, congrats, you just got a new awesome subscription to add! Abandoned shows the musician’s fine rock tastes, with tasty drums play and aggressive riffs near the end of the song, all while sustaining fresh Pop-Punk vibes all throughout. An awesome tribute to Starlight’s past and character depth!
Derpy song incoming at high speed, landing on your face! Not pizza. (Show reference intended.) EnergyTone sings an ode to our beloved mailmare in Russian, along a very rocking instrumental. It overall makes for a lovely and fun tune, cheering for Derpy with love and the power of rock music!
Quicksilver has been on a hot streak releasing tracks over the last month and this time he revisits the time he teamed up with Hackd for something extra special! Showmare is about Trixie in her debut episode, with Quicksilver and Hackd switching off on vocal parts. The track features the upbeat, punk-style feel you know Quicksilver for with a sweet solo in the middle and excellent drums and guitars throughout.
Quicksilver keeps the hits rolling with another fun track, and this time it is about Rarity’s punk hairdo from season 7. Quicksilver describes the emotional struggles Rarity faced having so much of her identity and public image lost to a bad hair mix-up. Fix My Head has all the traits of a classic 90s pop-punk hit: fast, fun guitars, a driving bass and moving percussion, and energetic vocals .
Quicksilver is an expert in creating awesome rock tracks and this time it is based off of a very beloved episode, A Royal Problem. “Night Shifts and Politics” is Luna’s vocal narrative of wanting to make the trade back for her job as the princess of the night instead of dealing with all the daytime politics. The track has great guitar work, a driving percussive beat, and all the elements for which we love the veteran rocker!
Quicksilver is back and rocking just as awesomely as ever! This time he brings us a great ska punk instrumental which trades off between high-octane punk sections and more mellowed out ska progressions. After being busy with college for the last year, the Luna Ticks veteran let’s us know that he is finally getting Caught Up! One of the rare ska musicians around, Quicksilver quickly reminds us why he is one of the best songwriters with a guitar in hand!
Digging back quite a ways, Steel Chords brings back this beautiful homage to the tireless efforts of the Cutie Mark Crusaders and their quest for cutie marks. Never Give Up is upbeat, cheery, and easy to move along to, giving off the vibe of early punk classics – much like the young CMC! Steel re-released the track to coincide with his concert appearance at this year’s St. Louis Crystal Fair where the song first premiered. In many ways this was a perfect way to reintroduce the track as the song itself has a very nostalgic feel knowing what we know now compared to when it was first written.
Warning: some explicit lyrics
I’ve had my suspicions that there’s no style of music Vylet can’t do well and this confirms it! Executing a great, old-school, underground punk track about Daybreaker, Vylet shows off his huge range as well as the angst of Celestia’s evil, alter-ego. The production is spot-on, ensuring the emotion in the vocals is front and center, as Daybreaker yells at her sister, Nightmare Moon, about the world they could have ruled together. Even the accompanying video feels like it was made in the 70s old school punk era, punctuating the brilliance of both DAYBREAKER and Vylet!