We now give you more sweet and chocolatey music from ASOS:Chocolate, with this remix that just slaps you with flavor! Grazy’s original is all about fighting for your life in Fallout: Equestria. The same could be said in Ice Angel’s remix, and it seems like Littlepip is ready for round two with this track. The mood changes after each drop, and yes, there are 3 of them, and all emotional changes at that! We have Littlepip on the run and on high alert, trying to fight her way out of battle! With all the elements used, the feel changes after the 2nd drop with this amazing bassline that seems like the battle is in slow motion and Littlepip is taking down enemies with careful aim, and then she makes a break for it! The last mood change comes in after the final drop, when it looks like she is in the clear now, having taken down her attackers and is back to safety. This track was just awesome! At track 23, Ice Angel was able to keep the dire feeling of the original and break it down in mood changes with each drop. This is another great track from the album! As always, this Qilin asks you to judge for yourself.
The original Flutterwonder keeps getting more tributes, and this time Snow Swirl remixed it with a beautiful and rich new arrangement, all while keeping the heavenly vibes of the original intact. The outro is quite emotional and reflective too!
The fourth DustCar race gave birth to many lovely ideas and appreciated remixes of goldie-oldies, and I’m delighted to get this epic and emotional remix of Omnipony‘s Equestria in Grey, even featuring an awesome guitar performance by Fetlocked himself, wielding an Epiphone Special SG! Let’s hope even more musicians join the club, and then we could have our own Afterschool Tea Time band! (reference intended)
A very appreciated remix of Omnipony‘s classic that shall never be forgotten, D3LTA and Butterflight‘s joint effort under the Karise Murisu alias is nostalgic but not only, as it blasts tasty Dubstep wonders and a perfect fusion of the musicians’ skills. The recognizable pony vocal chops that were recreated for the occasion are such a delight, too!
Disclaimer: This is about the remix from the original song, not the original song, and while at times it may seem like im talking down on one song, i intend to compare and contrast the two.
So my take on this remixed version of fluttERR from the original, well going back and listening to both for the first time, and by a side by side character i prefer the remix. Both are talented able and potential musicians, but something stood out to me more than the tune, cords, bass or vocals was the rhythm and theme of the music. The remix sticks with the same theme all the way through with a little surprises here and there. while the original seems to jump from theme to theme, its dubstep one second, hiphop, then electro the next and its rather distracting, but still a good song and im sure it was amazing in its prime. The remix is a fun remix you almost want to dance to, as stated in the comments you could get a wrong idea with some of the lyrics it depends on the person, it sticks with a select set of vocals to accommodate the beat and rhythm of the song. With how the song is set up you can tell its a remix, but in my opinion a rather good one, it has a great drop. the little addition of a new piece every few seconds such as a squeek, grunt (or moan whichever you prefer) the bass, is a rather fun addition, while this song is only 2 min 11 seconds its a great listen to and I recommend it! only thing i wish is that it was longer, great job PSFMer, with both the cover piece and the song, i cant wait to see more of your work in the future!
You know Toby, you just keep being one of the most delightful musicians in this fandom. My fellow bronies, it took 9 years, but this classic CMC theme just got the most excellent remix! Toby has transformed this theme with fast and exciting Eurobeat! Those high energy wavy harmonics, those uptempo drums, and pounding basslines take this charming song of the CMC trying to get their cutie marks and as the artwork shows, injects their crusading energy with nitro! You know this theme bronies, now have it with some pure adrenaline! One that Travis Odyssey did not do, but he sure does love it; that really should give you a hint about this track! (look in the comments) Oh, if only Applebloom, Sweetie Belle and Scoots knew where this journey would take them. As always, this Qilin asks you to judge for yourself.
Alright, after hearing just two of his most recent songs, you can call me hooked on Nicolas’s brand of chill music. I’d never heard of him until hearing his track on ASOS: Chocolate. Turns out Mr. Dominique is a part of the old guard of the brony music scene, as he has been very active since 2012! This remix is so breathtakingly smooth and kinda kooky at the same time. AWal’s track was fast, addictive and crazy! This remix tells a much clearer story. The melodies are full of this eerie and chaotic aura, which is perfect for what the mirror pool is. The fun and quirky Pinkie samples are all there, and holy cow, does this track give you the feeling to kinda worry about so many PINKIE PIES! At the same time the track is very smooth and chill with these dark undertones. As always, this Qilin asks you to judge for yourself.
(Listen to the original HERE) Well! If you are wondering what and who Vibeponiez are, this track should get geared up for Horse Music Herald’s kick off of our coverage of Vibeponiez: Homework, their 3rd compilation album to date! It’s a label that promotes the more chill, positive, and inspiring side of Brony Music.
The Empty Tomb returns with a remix of TCB’s Friends Can Change The World! TET’s interpretation keeps the original’s emotion and vocal chops while adding future bass elements and beautiful buildups along with those gorgeous piano keys and synthlines. The homely vibes haven’t left at all, and the way it ends feels like watching the ending of the show all over again…
Budzy was going to submit this to Equinity 03, and I have little doubt that this would have made the cut. Taking his original and slowing it down a bit as is the case for riddim dubstep, this track sure tells more of the cerebral side of Big Bad Tirek. All the elements and vocal chops from the original are still present. Instead of speed, there are these slow, intense elements along with electrifying buzzing elements that are paired with those deep bass drops commonly heard in dubstep. Oh, and that deep methodical melody that goes with the track really empathizes just how vile Tirek really is, it so complements the theme of the track. As always, this Qilin asks you to judge for yourself.