I Watched Four Hours of Brony EDM So You Don't Have to
02:34:00 I haven't said anything about Omnipony because he hasn't done anything terrible yet, and I'm scared if I say anything mean they'll let Skyline back on stage.
02:41:00 A minor miracle takes place: Omnipony uses the microphone and doesn't get cut off. The streak is over.
02:43:15 Mike the Microphone, he of "don't throw glow sticks" fame, is back. He starts off with his set about Pokemon set to Ludacris's "Roll Out." He's also saying the word damn a lot, which can't be good for those eight-year-olds who were getting hit with glow sticks earlier.
02:53:00 I've always been fascinated by the idea that there are scenes with songs that are uber-popular that I'd likely never discover except through pure accident. Whatever Mike is rapping right now has the crowd going nuts. They're even rapping along. It's...adorable?
03:02:25 Before the next DJ starts his set he asks the crowd to pledge allegiance to music. It's a clunky pledge, but the message is solid. I promise not to make fun of him for at least 30 seconds.
03:05:25 "I'm gonna put my hooves up high, don't worry about tomorrow because I'm here tonight." This is their time. This is their moment. God bless America.
03:10:30 Silva Hound, the pledge-loving DJ currently onstage: I can at least respect because he's the first person to really come off as a real DJ, at least in the EDM sense of the word. With the right song and the full backing of Bronies worldwide I bet he could get a song on top of Beatport. (Can we please make that happen?)
03:12:15 To explain the talent gap here, I'll just say that Silva Hound is Kendrick Lamar and he just bodied the entire show.
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