This week’s throwback jam comes to us via Chicago-based DJ Ricky Cervantes, as he pays homage to the legendary Destiny’s Child. Cervantes elegantly tackles their 1999 classic “Say My Name,” mashing it up with some Dillon Francis, giving it an uplifting electro-house beat that is very easy to groove to. Give it a stream below. […]

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In one of the craziest cases of separated-at-birth we’ve ever seen, DJ Topsider brings together three long lost siblings — CHVRCHES (“Recover”), Taylor Swift (“We Are Never Getting Back Together”) and Monsieur Adi (Lana Del Rey “Born To Die” remix) — on “Stay.” After one listen to this amazing mash-up, you’ll wonder how they were […]

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Kneel before your remix lords. Captain Cuts continue to tear things up with their latest work: a brain-melting amalgamation of the Beastie Boys’ “Girls” and Beyonce’s single of the same name. I thought I was tired of the whole pop mash-up thing as much as the next guy, but trust me, the Captains have struck […]

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What do you get when you splice an experimental indie-darling with a successful, yet still credible, rapper? Philly DJs Bombé and Mr. Caribbean showed us that the results are tasty with their James Drake Mixtape, a nearly-30-minute ambient journey through the catalogs of Drake and James Blake. The mixtape literally oozes sexy, feeling surprisingly natural on […]

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Everyone knows I’m a sucker for mashups. Nobody cares why. Everyone wants to hear the mixed up masterpieces. Nobody can dislike this gem–Drake, Kanye, and Weezy’s verses in “Forever” over some Jack Johnson track (they all sound the same)–courtesy of the Friendly Giant Keep pouting those lips, Wheelchair Jimmy. MP3: The Friendly Giant – “Forever […]

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We’ve written about one half of Potomac Boys Club–Mr. Brenton Duvall–quite a bit here recently, but it’s time we show some love to the production duo of Duvall and Patrick McKelvy. The two effortlessly lace the Waka Flocka Flame/Wale jam “No Hands” over a chopped up remix of Ellie Goulding’s “Lights” (hey, didn’t we just […]

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