A mellow and reflective atmosphere is welcoming you with open hooves along heavenly DnB beats in this remix of the finale’s song by HittCell that definitely emphasizes on emotion. The gorgeous piano melodies work so well to extend the vibes of the original song, and this is such a wonderful and heart-warming tribute!
Sam Quak Brony builds upon his original remix of Light of Your Cutie Mark with this VIP. The atmosphere at the top of the song feels fresher and more ethereal, the chiptunes (and the mix in general) are sharpened, the first drop’s leads are more evocative, and the second’s dubstep growls are even more ferocious. Sam Quak doesn’t have too many subscribers at the moment, so don’t let this killer remix fly under your radar, bassheads!
Metal and EDM aren’t two genres that crossover all that often, but it seems like those who make it happen know how to do it right. Lianella Stilson’s Remix of the SDreamExplorerS‘ cover of Black Electric‘s Marionette combines the heavy guitars and crushing vocals from Dream with synthetic drums and low basslines. This is Lianella’s first release since Fireworks from February of this year, and what a way to return this is.
How John Kenza and loophoof remixed each other for the occasion of Ponyville Ciderfest’s 2019 Official Convention Album and their B2B set at the con, is just SO lovely! The Magic of Friendship is doing wonders in the music too, with such bright vibes and fresh take on the Twilight vocal chops from the original. Dash’s contributions still make the track 20% cooler, too!
Undoubtedly one of the fastest-rising stars in recent pony music memory, loophoof returns from his incredible B2B set at Ponyville Ciderfest with John Kenza with a wonderful remix Kenza’s juggernaut, Love. Also featured on Ciderfest’s now-annual charity compilation, this remix retains the soul of the original but brings in dramatic, cathartic leads, well-placed trap percussion, and even whole sections of slightly darker, grittier experimentation. This one is a lot to digest for an EDM song, so get ready for a ride!
Here it is! Brilliant Venture’s long awaited album is now upon us and boy was it worth the wait. Including many remixes of classics of both community and show songs, as well as original tracks, this album is truly a love letter to the fandom.
Brilliant’s signature wubs are very much present as one could expect and the musician also ventures in drum and bass giving a refreshing new spin to the Ponies at Dawn-featured track I Love This Fandom. Time honored Party With Pinkie by Alex S. gets a remix keeping the spirit of the original while making it sound quite novel. You will also find their take on iblank2apples’ I’ve Been Dreaming of Sunshine and Celery Stalks, adding it to the ever-growing list of wonderful remixes of this now absolute classic, giving it a new feel with heavier dubstep parts in true Brilliant Venture style.
I most definitely invite you to discover the many delightful gems treasured in this album full of adorable pony vocal chops, uplifting beats and marvelous melodies!
You just knew it was going to happen! A remix of the very emotional song from the MLP Series Finale from JoinedTheHerd, who went all-out to pay tribute to it with much emotion in his remix as well! You can just feel the intensity of the musician’s feelings as the powerful drops take you by surprise, and the heavenly pony vocal chops take you in their warm and cuddly embrace. Very bright and emotion-inducing, this remix is such a gorgeous follow-up to the song from the finale, and another token of dedication from JoinedTheHerd! (Who could probably be named IllDieWithTheHerd, too!) Featuring art by Dusthiel!
The creepiness doesn’t stop. Toby Macarony returns with a remix of Koron Korak‘s 18 minute long epic Vicious Circle Until Inner Emptiness. While it’s a quarter of the length of the original track, don’t let that dissuade you from listening, as it’s still a great remix in its own right. This remix showcases Toby’s unique bouncy style of electronica while keeping the creepiness of the original intact. The middle section features a truly haunting yet beautiful filtered trance pad sound that becomes more clear before eventually being joined by a catchy drum beat and eventually driving into a big crescendo full of all kinds of creepy synths and piano sounds. Seems Toby can do anything!
A wonderful re-work of Age of Vinyl’s original featured on Ponies at Dawn’s Skyward, Hay Tea shows off his talent for creating incredibly satisfying drum & bass basslines and creating an enveloping atmosphere. This track takes the motifs of the original and is a more ethereal, direct, and punchy imagining, contrasting with the original’s serenity. Nonetheless, both complement each other beautifully and this Drumscape Library exclusive is sure to show up in your playlists soon!
TCB pours a lot of emotion into this rendition of NOTHING IS FOREVER. A very reflective and melancholic piece filled with a myriad of vocal chops and a tense, but heart warming atmosphere. The second half of the song makes a great use of complex arpeggios and a solid break beat and is an excellent switch up that still carries its vibe and message and is a unique and wonderful track!