This week’s Mashup Monday features the return of many well-known artists and a new-comer in the mashup scene Shawn Wasabi. His track Marble Soda embodies future bass in a 153 sample mashup made by custom-made Midi Fighter. Midi Fighter is a trigger pad that is able to trigger sounds and load samples with a press of a button. It is similar to its popular counterpart, the Novation Launchpad. Be sure to check out this track and the rest of the playlist below and support the artists by visiting their respective social media outlets.
Today’s Mashup Monday playlist features genres such as progressive house, indie pop, hip hop, moombahton and many others. Promiment mashup artists DJ Trademark, lobsterdust, DJ Earworm, Mashup-Germany and the Hood Internet each deliver unique blends that showcase why they are the best at this genre. Check out the playlist below and be sure to support each artist by visiting their respective social media outlets.
This week’s Mashup Monday features several tracks by Happy Cat Disco, which does a good job of blending recent songs with vocals that mesh well together. One of the stand-out tracks for me was the mashup between Burnin’ Up by Jonas Brothers and FourFiveSeconds by Rihanna, Kanye West & Paul McCartney. After looking through comments on YouTube, someone suggested that FourFiveSeconds sounds similar to Burnin’ Up. I went back to the Jonas Brothers song and realized that both songs sounded like they belonged together rhythmically. Be sure to check out the rest of the songs below and support the mashup artists by checking out their respective social media outlets.
Today’s Mashup Monday features party-pumping hits, atmospheric and melodic ballads, hard-driven percussive tracks. Featuring one of my friends, acquaintance. is back with his well-known mashups and newer ones that are uploaded in his new Soundcloud page. Ethereal is one of those classic joints that you keep bumping to, no matter what day of the week it is. This future bass infused jem brings out the best in Drake, Dorrough, 2 Chainz and Kanye. On the other hand, Trademark and FrankCarmine always deliver jaw-dropping hit after hit that are essential for every DJ’s EDM-based set. Check out the mashups below and be sure to visit each artists’ respective social media outlets below.
Recently, one of my friends was assigned to remake a remix of Grammy-nominated duo Disclosure’s “You & Me” for a magazine company. Flume, one of my favorite producers to this day, innovated the marriage between electronic music and hip hop, which is today’s future bass genre. There are plenty of mashups that uses this infamous remix but this one by JANET JACK’SON is by far one of my favorites. Check out the rest of this compiled playlist of this week’s favorite mashups and visit the artists’ respective social media outlets.
This week’s Mashup Monday features an eclectic mix of rock, funk, pop, electronic, future bass and even Indian music. Most notable are the mashups by DJ Schmolli, Carlos Serrano & Mixmsterstel. Check out the playlist below and be sure to support the artists by visiting their respective social media outlets. Please spread the word about our weekly mashup feature as well.
Throughout the years, the Mashup Monday section of music blogs were a staple for many mashup enthusiasts. However, the nature of the genre has dwindled because there is limited exposure of mashups on these blogs. In my subjectivity, I think it’s one of my duties as a music journalist to resurrect this aspect of music by exposing people to this genre every week. Therefore, there will be a Mashup Monday playlist compiled of the best mashups of the week. The first edition is below and be sure to check out these artists and DJs on their respective social media sites.