Someone mashed up Nelly and the Bee Gees, and it sounds better than the originals

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By Nicole Hughes in New Music on Monday 8 December 2014

Soundcloud usern Lobsterdust has done the unthinkable. He has successfully combined rapper Nelly’s song Hot in Herre with the Bee Gees classic Stayin’ Alive. Cleverly titled Stayin’ Hot, this mashup is seamless and absolutely brilliant. Just when Nelly sings ‘It’s getting hot in here, so take off all your clothes’, the Bee Gees chime in […]

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What’s the best thing to ever happen to Taylor Swift? Aphex Twin’s mash-ups, that’s what

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By Christopher Stribley in New Music on Tuesday 4 November 2014

Aphex Swift. Yes, you read that right. It’s a mashup of songs from Aphex Twin’s Richard D James Album and Taylor Swift’s 1989. This thoughtful collision was created by David Rees this past summer. It’s either blasphemy or brilliant and I think I kinda like it.

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Brilliant Tom Waits and Cookie Monster mash-up

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By Zara Picken in Video on Tuesday 4 October 2011

I’m ashamed to admit that after 26 years on this planet, I only recently started listening to the outstanding musical offerings of Tom Waits. However, it is true that he does sound a little like the Cookie Monster. This video collides their worlds to joyous effect.

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17 year-old producer Madeon creates a 39 song mash-up

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By Rathai in New Music on Wednesday 28 September 2011

After sifting through his songs, I’m convinced that Madeon, a 17 year-old producer from France, is a genius. This man has the kind of skills that makes every other teen with FL Studio want to weep. He creates funky electro tracks and remixes. Here he’s taken 39 songs he loves and created it into something […]

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Lykke Li and Bon Iver’s Dance, Dance, Dance

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By Francis Andrews in Video on Friday 16 July 2010

A nice little mash-up between the lovely Lykke Li and the ever-talented Bon Iver. The original is deeply intimate, whereas this rendition takes the song to the great outdoors and injects vibrant percussion, accompanied by the funky moves of Sweden’s finest export since Bjorn Borg’s mullet.

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Girl Talk

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By Derrick Stembridge in New Music on Tuesday 24 June 2008

Gregg Gillis turns up the heat a couple of notches on Feed The Animals by using so many samples that your head will be spinning by the time this 53 minute romp is over. Returning from the glory of the now famous party LP, Night Ripper, Girl Talk is back with another outstanding mash-up adventure. […]

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