#Mashup Monday - Week 59

#Mashup Monday - Week 59

Mashup Monday - We're back again with some of the freshest mashes to start your week off right. These are the mashes that are worth hearing, so stop your searching and instead settle down at your computer... turn up your speakers... and get ready for that sweet nectar that only EARMILK can give ya. Let's GO.

 UPDATE: This is a late add, but it's so worth it. 3LAU has collabed with R3hab and brought us one hell of a track. 3LAU, a former contributor to EARMILK's Mashup Mondays, has certainly been making the right musical and career moves to put him in the position he is in now. And this massive collab track with R3hab is a testament to what he can do. This track starts off with some tranquil synths paired with Dev and DJ Sammy vocals before diving into the meat of the track. The buildup is expertly placed to get you amped before dropping into an absolute electro banger that would make any music festival go insane. So if you weren't a believer of 3LAU before, now is time to convert fully.

We got some great electro mashups, but what I'm really excited about is the more non-traditional mashes that I've managed to find. An exceptional track to help start us off is Mashup Germany's "Make It Bun Dem (Soundboys Answer)" and man does it have a great sound to it. Sampling Skrillex's and Damian Marley's new track as the instrumental, Mashup Germany pairs it with some Fall Out Boy, Bob Marley, and The Prodigy. The mash is an expertly woven track that has energy, perfect vocal samples, and that signature Skrillex sound to start off Mashup Mondays the right way. Other big name mashers - Kap Slap and Basic Physics - also provide some great mashes with Kap utilizing Avicii, Hardwell, Dada Life, and others while BP takes the ever-popular Carly Rae Jepsen sample and puts his own spin on it.

I was on a Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR) kick lately, and luckily I found me some unique mashes that sampled them. I personally love the pair of "Midnight City" mashups that can be found below just for their uniqueness factor, and I would recommend you taking a listen to White Noise Mashups' tracks that come from his Angela's Mashes continuous album.



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