This album is a collection of the music I've made this year and deals with many of the same themes; Loneliness, recognition, community, friendship, and sadness. But mostly it's about ponies, the episodes of season 5, and my love of music. After my last album which was rock based I went back to my roots of EDM and to the past. Styles ranging from Deep and Progressive House, Disco, Trance, Big Beat, Garage, Synthwave, and plenty of hybrids o
Do I have a theme to my music, a concept? Is this a fresh concept or a tired retread?
Will this fit into my style or the rest of my catalog?
Is this a good idea that people will like? Would it have a very small audience? Am i catering to ANY audience?
Do I have a genre in mind or a creative hybrid of several ideas? Be familar with the sounds of those genres before production.
If a remix; do I have permission, a midi file, stems, or an flp to do the work?
Is this track P
Well I have the first of 3 albums out now that I've planned to collect the brony music I've worked on for a little over a year. It's called U+I and it's out now for free on bandcamp.
This album focuses on remixes of some amazing talent (hence the U+I title), some of the more positive themes, and variety of styles and genres of dance music I've made. I hope you check out and enjoy this free album as it has some newer versions of older tracks and is a retrospe
Got in a discussion on MLR (mylittleremix) about what consititutes a brony musician. While i understand that people often avoid labels like the plague or want to branch out from manking JUST music about ponies i find it so SAD when people are afraid to call themselves brony musicians or don't see what it's all about. So here's a bunch of points all cut & pasted into a blog entry. WALLOFTEXT approaching
We are a fanbase that actively writes music ABOUT the show (and in many genres and in