Here’s a multi mashup with 21 sources for you. The overall theme is, you guessed it, love and I tried hard you give you proper lyrics with all the short samples I’ve used. You can view them and also the full sample list in the Youtube describtion.
It’s that time of the year again. Like every year Atlanta based DJ BC gathered some of the finest mashup producers from all over the world to produce tracks for his annual “Santastic” series. And like last year I found some time to do a special Christmas mashup for the album. Yes it’s that great (to some annoying though haha) synth line of Major Lazer’s “Pon De Floor” transformed into “Jingle Bells”. Also I discovered this hungarian guy called Soma who did a one-man-acapella version of the same tune. Found it great, used it. You can watch the original video HERE. To round things up I need to find a “Little Drummer Boy” version just because of the dominant snare drum on the Major Lazer tune. Found it in Jars Of Clay’s cover version. Ok so have a wonderful Christmas time everybody. You can grab the “Santastic 7″ Xmas mashup album HERE, feel free to also check out the releases of the past years HERE. I recommend to get the album but you can also just download my tune below. DJs might be interested in grabbing the extended version from the album page HERE (last track).
Here’s the video, feel free to check out the links in the describtion.
So here is a brand new album named “80s NOW!”. The concept of this compilation is to mix vocals from the 1980s with current electronic music, mainly house, electro house and even drum & bass. A couple of tracks have been released before but most of them are available here for the very first time. Here’s the tracklist, I also included the [LINK] to the original post if the track has been posted before and you want to see the video or download the track alone:
01 – Maximal Countdown(Intro)(Tiesto vs. Europe)
02 – Only Imagine This City(David Guetta vs. Starship)[LINK]
03 – Policy Of Prutataaa(Afrojack, R3hab & Dada Life vs. Depeche Mode)
04 – KNASbusters(Steve Angello vs. Ray Parker Jr.)[LINK]
05 – Owner Of A Lonely Chainsaw(R3hab vs. Yes)
06 – Cooler Rock ‘n’ Roll (Video Version)(Crookers ft. Yelle & Junkie XL vs. Joan Jett)[LINK]
07 – Titanium 500 (No Oil Edit)(David Guetta ft. Sia vs. The Proclaimers)[LINK]
08 – Close To Push It(Calvin Harris & E-Drop vs. Salt ‘n Pepa)
09 – Epic Relax(Sandro Silva & Quintino vs. Frankie Goes To Hollywood)
10 – We Didn’t Start The Minibar (Gregori Klosman vs. Billy Joel)
11 – Atom Wild Thing(Nari & Milani vs. Tone Loc)
12 – Call Me Rocksteady(The Bloody Beetroots vs. Spagna)
13 – Crush It(Nero & Knife Party vs. Michael Jackson)[LINK]
14 – Peace Engine(Metrik vs. Megadeth)
15 – Centerfold H8RS (Outro) (AN21, Max Vangeli & Steve Angello vs. J. Geils Band)
For the DJs I made a couple of extended mixes too. These only contain longer beats at the beginning and the end. They do not contain any longer vocals bits or such. Also note that extended version are only available for 9 out of the 15 album tracks. DOWNLOAD THE EXTENDED VERSIONS HERE[Zippyshare]
If you aren’t sure what to expect from the album take a look at the trailer where short bits of all 15 tracks are included.
Just 2 weeks left until Halloween! So here we go, “KNASbusters” is ready to rock the dancefloor at those special parties around that time of the year. It’s a mix between SHM’s Steve Angello and, of course, Ray Parker Jr.’s movie classic. Oh and this will also be the first release of an EP I am currently working on called “80′s now!”. The mashups on this EP (release: mid November) will contain mixes between 80′s classics and current electro house tunes.
Ok, I said I would never ever mash Justin Bieber but I really had to do this one here. Sorry You may have seen the Youtube video where Billie Joe from Green Day freaked out because his band had to cut down their show. If not click HERE. I saw this video earlier today and instantly thought of mashing these Green Day scenes and Bieber.
Cro is Gemany’s newcomer of the year, already having a #1 hit with the first single from his debut album “RAOP” (which is a word combined of rap and pop). You already may have heard my take on the “Intro” of that album. Now I have been asked to contribute on an official mashup album that uses the tracks of “RAOP”, with support by Cro himself and his label Chimperator. The album features the before mentioned “Intro” plus 2 brand new Schmolli tracks, “Sie bleibt nie mehr” (Sido vs. Cro) and “Wunderbare Mädchen waren hier” (Cro vs. Peter Alexander vs. The Supremes vs. Scorpions vs. Jan Delay vs. Iggy Pop), as well as 13 further tracks by the likes of Mashup-Germany, DJ Morgoth, MashMike, DJ J alias YJ and Marc Johnce. You can stream the tracks via the Soundcloud site below and DOWNLOAD THE FULL ALBUM HERE (Zippy).
Here’s a pretty mainstream party mashup for you people! It’s based on Nicki Minaj’s “Starships” and adds current chart toppers like Zedd and Jessie J plus classics by Cutting Crew and Heavy D & The Boyz. Oh and did I mention there’s also “Gangnam Style” by Psy in it? Enjoy,
This will be the last single release from “Pirate Nation Vol.3″, it is based on the R3hab remix of Katy Perry’s “The One That Got Away” and features vocals by R.E.M., Queen, Chelley and my mates DJs From Mars. Please note that the video version is a bit shorter than the mp3 you can grab below, the mp3 is more DJ friendly Also I am having troubles with Youtube since they are blocking my stuff quite often lately. You can watch the video on Youtube but I had to camouflage the Katy Perry bits (audio & video) so if you wanna see the original video watch it on Vimeo.
Here’s something a little bit different. I started to remix the track “Intro” of German rapper Cro but then added a couple of other vocal tracks so it became a mashup again. Anyway, I don’t care if you call it a remix or a mashup, I simply call it a remash
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