Here’s something old school. I posted a demo of this a few weeks ago on my Facebook site and you people really seemed to like it a lot so I finsihed it. The music is Run DMC’s “Mary Mary” which samples a Monkees song of the same name. The vocals are from a classic tune by CCR (Creedence Clearwater Revival).
Ok, this combo just had to be done! It’s “Gangnam Style” versus this new and trendy dance “Harlem Shake”. This might annoy quite some people I guess but hey, it’s fun!! So enjoy. ;)
EDIT: Here are two transistions DJs may find helpful. A house transistion (128/140/128 bpm) using the “TJR House Fix” and a breaks transistion (130/140/130 bpm) using Philly Blunt’s transistion based on the Neon Steve Re-Rub. [ZIPPY]
After my Tubbe mash here’s another collab with German label Audiolith Records. This time I mixed the new single of Swizz electro punks Saalschutz with the latest release from Muse. Click HERE to watch the original Saalschutz video.
Here’s another single release from my “80s NOW! ” album. It’s the Dada Life remix of Afrojack’s & R3hab’s massive dance tune “Prutataaa” versus Depeche Mode’s “Policy Of Truth”.
Here’s a new one with German vocals by the uprising Bavarian band Tubbe. I mixed them with the Beatles classic “Let It Be” and since the Tubbe track is a dancy pop song the mood becomes totally different in this mash. The lyrics are about breaking up so I decided to do a movie-break-up-scene type of video instead of showing the actualy video clips. But you should click HERE and watch the original Tubbe video too and support them if you like.