Mashup luminaries The Hood Internet have built a career on surprising combinations of music. Often, their songs are enjoyable because they leave you wondering just how they made two disparate artists sound so natural together. Of course, more straightforward remixes like this show that the quality of the combinations can speak for itself. Baauer and […]

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At first glance, one might assume that Beirut and Katy Perry go together about as well as lamb and tuna fish, yet Rostam (of Vampire Weekend and Discovery fame) somehow finds a way to make them the perfect couple with his mash-up of Beirut’s jubilant “Scenic World” and Perry’s “Hot n Cold.” Rostam has apparently […]

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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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D.Veloped is an quickly-rising producer/mash-up DJ from North Carolina who has been blowing up the Hype Machinez and the bloggerz and the series of tubez with his creative mash-ups, closer to Milkman than Girl Talk, but just as fun. Check out his flawless synthesis of Oh Land’s “Son of a Gun,” Nelly’s “#1″ and Kanye’s […]

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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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The Hood Internet, hands down the most creative and talented remix/mash-up duo in the game right now, have just dropped the fifth installment of their Hood Internet Mixtape series. From Matt & Kim/Clipse collisions to a glorious Rihanna/Crystal Castles matrimony, the mixtape is a 60 minute demonstration of how mash-ups should be crafted; an hour […]

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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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Wow. It’s been a while since I dropped my last mixtape. It’s seems like forever ago that we were saying goodbye to Summer, since now all I can think about are my freezing cold toesies. Enter the All Things Go Workout Mixtape Disc 2; here to get rid of your post-Thanksgiving pudge and complement the […]

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Any time I get a chance to show love to D.C. musicians, I jumps on it. This time, it’s Brenton Duvall of the Potomac Boys Club who, according to his mission statement, desires to deliver “funky jams…sunny days…everyday.” I feel like that’s a train we can all get on. Duvall recently released The PBC Demos, […]

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MSTRKRFT is awesome. We all know this. This isn’t news. They are the only group that can really get away with removing the vowels (which became a huge indie trend) since, you know, it looks fucking awesome. They also dropped a song about a year ago called “Heartbreaker” which you’ve clearly heard before. In case […]

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