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Sebastian Johansson

  1. Skellefteå, Sweden
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 17
  2. following 15
  1. Mindscapes
    by Academy of Power
    All Together Now All Together Now
    by Carpenter Brut
    Escape From Midwich Valley Escape From Midwich Valley
  3. Ultra Rare Vol 1
    by Mystery Skulls
    Together Together
  4. EP
    by Mystery Skulls
    Money Money
  5. Winter's F***ed Up
    by AnimatedJames
    I live in the northern parts of Sweden. I slip three or four times a week. If my car's block heater isn't plugged in, it won't start in the mornings.

    While I wouldn't give up winter, this is one of those parodies I can relate to, and the truly crass lyrics are a great contrast to everything else I listen to.
  6. Fresh Start EP
    by Superplastic
    Lucid Lucid
    Addictia starts fresh again, under the name Superplastic. But make no mistake, this is just as good as it used to be, if not better.

    Lucid is a relatively fast paced yet "chill" song, and I expected nothing less.

    Can't wait until their next bigger release.
    appears in 1 other collection
  7. RC88's Fighting is Magic Tracks
    by Stuart Ferguson
    Rainbow Dashs Theme (MLP-Fighting Is Magic) Rainbow Dashs Theme (MLP-Fighting Is Magic)
    It's been almost exactly 4 years since Fighting is Magic got a C&D from Hasbro, much to the dismay of the community. It was later turned into Them's Fightin' Herds, but I feel like it lost that special touch in the move, turning into another generic fighter.

    These themes show the old special touch, radiating the characters from the show's personalities. While mostly original, sometimes parts are based on snippets of music from the show, hammering home special feeling.
  8. Sentinel
    by d.notive
    Streets of Passion Streets of Passion
    d.notive makes a return with Sentinel, moving away from ponies, straight into synthwave territory.

    And what a great move it was. Usually, pony musicians moving to other pastures is bittersweet, but this is flat out amazing. I listen to Streets of Passion almost bi-daily, the beat makes me want to put the pedal to the metal and get going.

    I hope he, unlike others, won't fizzle out into nothing. There's potential here, already slightly honed and refined, but I predict a great, bright future.
  9. UNDERTALE Soundtrack
    by toby fox
    Undertale Undertale
    It's been a while since I bought it, and I figure it deserves more than a "good game == good music".

    Undertale is a game about not killing people. You'll be tempted, it will be hard, but it's worth it. Don't look at the track list, don't look the game up, you want to be unspoiled, trust me.

    The soundtrack is a mix of everything from NES-style chiptune to acoustic guitar. My only gripe with this is that some of these aren't music, like the 20 second long elevator ride hum loop.
  10. Bats! (Aftermath Remix)
    by Aftermath
    Aftermath has a nice touch to electronic music. Some of his tracks are rough in just the right way, others are silky smooth.

    He's stopped making pony music, and these days go by Valico. Highly recommend checking him out.
  11. Boo Hoo [Remastered]
    by Assertive
    I've been following Assertive for a long time, and while they don't make much original music these days, mostly bootlegs, I can't wait to see them return to form.

    This song in particular has helped me through some tough times, so it holds a special place in my heart. It will follow me to the grave.
  12. The Day The World Died
    by Miracle Of Sound
    Miracle of Sound makes tracks influenced by video games and other media, thematically consistent with the thing in question. High production quality and great vocals are something to be expected of him.

    This song in question is based on Metro: Last Light, and captures the tone perfectly. We blew up the world, but what did we learn? It's depressing and moody, in a good way.
  13. Diversity EP
    by Addictia
    Regrowth Regrowth
    Addictia, who goes by SuperPlastic these days, started out making pony music like many other artists I follow.

    This is a mixed EP, and I really only like Regrowth, but it's hard to say *why*. It's DnB, and makes me think of taking midnight drives. It's atmospheric, I suppose!
  14. Special Somepony ft. Moopy
    by Taps
    Taps isn't afraid to utilize your bass, but sounds good while doing so, unlike many others. This is a softer track, more chilled, and perfect if you like more atmospheric music, but want some good vibrations with it.
  15. Celestia'd
    by Neighsayer
    Hide and Seek (feat. Feather) Hide and Seek (feat. Feather)
    Well, what is there to say about Neighsayer. Mostly soft music, sometimes a bit louder and chippery, and this album is no exception.

    Hide and Seek is perfect for falling asleep to, and I know I have many times. Feather's soft voice brings the vocals, and it works *perfectly* with Neighsayer's style.

    I highly recommend it.
  16. "brother" (my heart redo)
    by Taps
    There's something oddly soothing about Taps basslines, when they are near constant like in this track.

    I wouldn't listen to it all day, but it certainly have a place in most of my playlists.
  17. Pilot Light
    by The Combine (feat. Feather)
    Speedy, yet with it's calm moments and interesting lyrics makes Pilot Light a great song.

    Feather's performance is superb, and greatly complements the track.

    Now, if you don't like fuzz, compression and/or overdrive outside electric guitars, I wouldn't recommend this track. It's pretty heavy with it.