ElectroSound — Back to the '80s (Huey Lewis vs. INXS vs. Lipps, Inc. vs. Ray Parker, Jr.). (via Bootie Blog) (artist's FB)
DJ Schmolli - Perfect Love. In a previous FPP a number of Mefites liked his work, so I thought I'd pass this new piece of his along for your mashup viewing pleasure.
The same songs you've heard time and time again can be reinvigorated with a little remixing and mashing-up. Presenting the wild, wild world of Christmas mashups, starting off with a wide array of Christmas mashup music videos, such as "Rudolph (You Don't Have to Put on the Red Light)" or the rather trippy "Pump Up the Holiday". (However, there's quite a few more links inside the post.) [more inside]
Carly Rae Jepsen based "Call Me Maybe" on Annie Lennox's "Walking on Broken Glass". Rostam Batmanglij of Vampire Weekend (wiki) mashed the two together: "Call Me on Broken Glass". (Bonus Lennox mashup link: "Sweet Dreams" vs. "Can't Touch This" and many others).
"Sixteen Tons of Work" – MP3 by mastgrr; music video by HalfMastHat. Bringing new meaning to "old school" by combining originals: Tennessee Ernie Ford with Gang Starr.
LL Cool J v. The Prodigy: Momma Said Kick Ass," a mashup by DJ Top Cat of LL Cool J's "Mamma Said Knock You Out" and from Kick Ass, The Prodigy's "Stand Up", which itself heavily samples from the trumpet melody line of Manfred Mann's "One Way Glass."
DJ/musician Mr. Fab and RIAA (no, not them) have released USA, a four-hour-long mix album with 335 different sources, many of them fairly unusual and most of them previously unused. It's ... fairly brilliant. [more inside]