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Vermont native Tyler Shaw, better known to his fans by his stage name Aviators, is an independent electronica musician whose goal is to completely blow your mind with his music through fusing genres like dubstep and metal or trance and orchestra. He's best known for his music pertaining to My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, but he also has a wide variety of other music as well, including a concept album for a video game (and a soundtrack for an actual video game called Vulpine). He was also relatively unknown until fellow musician The Living Tombstone did a remix of one of his songs and until he released the song One Last Letter, which skyrocketed him to popularity. He can be found on YouTube, iTunes, Bandcamp, SoundCloud, and even has his own website, and also has accounts on twitter, tumblr, deviantART, and Twitch Livestream.

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Not to be confused with The Aviator, which is a film about airplanes starring Leonardo DiCaprio, the identically-named brand of sunglasses, or Aviator Gaming's Let's Plays, which don't feature him at all (you're looking for Arrow Tree Productions).

Discography:

  • Reflections of a Dream (2011)
  • Equestrian Revolution quadrilogy (Jul 2012 - Jan 2016)
  • The Adventure (Feb 2012)
  • Aeterno (Apr 2013)
  • From All Sides (Apr 2013)
  • ReCharged (Jul 2013)
  • Mirrors (Oct 2013)
  • Ghosts in the Code (Jul 2014)
  • NIKRA (Nov 2014)
  • Building Better Worlds (Dec 2014)
  • Flying Under The Radar: The Singles (Apr 2015)
  • From Oceans to Skies (Sep 2015)
  • Stargazers (Mar 2016)
  • A Song That Never Ends (Dec 2016)
  • Dystopian Fiction (Aug 2017)
  • Let There Be Fire (May 2018)
  • Godhunter (Jan 2019)

EPs:

  • Never say Forever (2011)
  • The Fear of Flight (Jun. 2012)
  • A Dream Revisited (Jun. 2012, Updated Re-release of the Reflections of a Dream Album)
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  • Cake (Sep. 2012)
  • Canterlot Carols (Dec. 2012)
  • TARDIS (Mar. 2013, officially in Development Hell)
  • The Lost Songs (Oct. 2013)
  • Aviators' Acoustic (Feb. 2014)
  • Haunted House - And Other Stories (Oct. 2014)
  • Fever (Apr. 2015)
  • Aviators' Acoustic II (Jun. 2017)
  • Howling at the Moon (Oct. 2017)


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