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Bronytunes, a 7,000-track library of songs about My Little Pony, is a real thing

Bronies—male fans of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic—are a weird bunch. They’ve developed an elaborate and convoluted subculture, one that’s always been a little hard to really understand. Now, though, there’s a way to check out at least one part of their pony-driven party. Bronytunes 2.0 is a web and Apple app that allows fans to stream 7,000 different fan-written tracks inspired by My Little Pony. The app was founded by a 21-year-old student and features tracks from bands like the Beatle Bronies, a Beatles cover band that’s recorded an entire Brony-themed Abbey Road parody record called Apple Road. The app also features charts and highlights current hit singles among the community, including current hits “Apples To The Core,” “Hearts As Strong As Horses,” and “Brony Polka (Weird Al Style Medley).”

Lest this seem like a weird web anomaly, it’s worth noting that there is also an all-Brony video streaming site, live radio shows, podcasts, a Brony dating site, and a Brony healthcare site.

[via The Daily Dot

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