Originally made for the ‘Izzy Pop remix competition’ hosted by GLIMM and Khaliber; Dijit delivers with a heavy hitting remix that absolutely nails the midtempo nit and grit! Drawn out drones and crisp, glitched one shots adorn this track and accompany the vocal flow in a rather tasty way. Add the nice sprinkling of fast paced breakbeats in the breakdown and you’ve got good fun all around with this one!
Toby is back at it again! Their signature unique style is on display once again with a crunchy and powerfully melodic remix of another fandom classic! The entire song is vibrantly saturated with 8-bit blips and beeps with a catchy break beat groove and some screaming high and rich chords. Add in the nostalgia trip the iconic flutter vocals bring and Toby’s finesse and you’ve got a really great time ahead!
Sitting somewhere between genres that I can’t quite classify, we have a new remix from TCB! This take on a track from Sound Bandit’s recent debut album keeps some of the hyperpop flavor of the original but showcases TCB’s signature hard-hitting, ultramodern production style. Check it out for a short but sweet fusion of bouncy bass sounds.
Assertive was pretty big in the pony music scene back in the day with a number of classic tunes, such as those released as part of Balloon Party’s early albums which I still remember fondly. With many years having passed since then, they’ve now decided to update some of their older pony tracks! There’s definitely an improvement in production quality with this new updated version of their Still Shy VIP, with Metajoker’s wonderful vocals shining through alongside some killer happy hardcore synth design and plenty of the euphoric vibes you’d expect from the genre.
If you’re a fan of cheerful, bouncy tunes and juicy chords, this remix of “Smile Song” is perfect for you! Peasant Jay proves that fresh takes can still be made on the most classic of pony show songs, fusing a number of styles together with bright synths, jazzy basslines, and even a raucous guitar solo. The combination of Pinkie’s familiar melodies and Jay’s chipper new instrumentation are sure to leave you with a spring in your step – and, naturally, a smile on your face.
The remixes of Pull Over keep coming, with Nel Fie the latest to release theirs. This one gives a big focus to the vocals, with plenty of lovely supporting instrumentation to push a more pop-y feel to the track. Especially enjoyable are the cute little synths that play some very fun melodies, as well as the original art painted by Nel Fie that fits perfectly with the rest of the track!
Welcome back to some more amazing EDM, everypony! As part of his Remixes Album, Jyc Row got Malachi Mott to remix a song that I bet a bunch of you didn’t have on your radar anymore! Let’s break down this track to fully appreciate how amazing this remix is:
We start out with a quick guitar that sounds like it’s ushering in an orchestral piece, which is funny considering neither the original nor the GalaCon VIP was orchestral. We venture into EDM territory as IbeConCept’s vocals set in, and an amazing clapping rhythm starts building hype – but sidesteps expectations. As the clapping crescendos, the instrumental goes silent, and a small, harmonic voice of IbeConCept goes absolutely wild with his rapping. Malachi builds on the rapping and morphs it into a vocal build up that shoots us straight into a nice big room drop. You can tell that he put a lot of effort into the drop with the evil-yet-upbeat melody carrying us straight into EDM heaven! A simpler instrumental plays, allowing the vocals to once again shine. The final drop has a fuller sound that makes you miss it when it’s over!
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That title is a mouthful! Tw3Lv3 has taken one of the many memorable songs from Ponies At Dawn’s ‘Rebirth’ album and added a more upbeat and four-to-the-floor style to the original lo-fi hip hop track while still retaining that slick and swingy flow provided by all of the associated vocalists involved. A fresh coat of paint with a crunchy bass and a laid back yet energetic vibe. This one is a great one!
There’s been a lot of great remixes of Siren Song as of late and this is no exception! Opening with some very snappy vocal chops over a catchy trap beat, things only get more energetic during the drop! Pumping out some heavy colour bass vibes while still knowing when to bring everything back. This song ebbs and flows with great tension and release with a neat balance between future bass and colour bass and I am here for it!
There have been a lot of remixes of loopyy and Koa’s siren-focused track courtesy of the remix competition they hosted recently, with all sorts of different interpretations of the original. Here PSFMer has done away entirely with the more melodic vocal parts and used the rap sections to create a killer jungle vibe driven by rhythmic percussion and chopped up brass sounds. It’s got a pretty fun SFM animation of Sonata Dusk to go along with it too!