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!
So it's April Fool's, and if you haven't gotten your jokes/pranks in order...well get to it. I had thought about gracing you guys with some Avicii "Levels" or Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up", but that seemed a tad amateurish so I'll keep the pranks to family members and friends.
G4gorilla's "ya mama can't go easy" throws it back to some good ole Hall & Oates along with Diafrix's "Easy Come Easy Go". Not lacking in attitude and catchiness, g4gorilla delivers a fresh, playful, and upbeat mashup that will stick with you throughout this spring. So if you're a fan of those non-EDM mashups, then grab this one below. Speaking of non-EDM mashup, DJ Bahler is at the forefront of creating masterpieces from samples that I've never heard of. Setting an ominous yet powerful atmosphere with Clams Casino's "Swervin", Bahler entices us further with the mellowed vocals of Project Gabor. Cue this mash up for those rainy days, and wistfully reminisce about those clear sunny days.
For you EDM lovers, I'm not sure how I missed a release by my boy DiBella these past couple weeks, but it happened. "Fall Into The Night" is a power track that hits in all the right places — from the intro seguing into Pryda/Eric Prydz's "Allein" to Martin Solveig's "Night Out" vocals. Certainly fulfilling that big room sound that many listeners crave, DiBella shows that even after a lengthy hiatus he's still capable of dropping a goodie. Another EDM mashup that I enjoyed was Deejay Lily's "Just One Last Party Bass Time". It was a little generic from time to time, but the sample selections and transitions seemed to appeal to many of the people I polled beforehand for their opinion.
Of course there's a healthy variety of mashups, and certainly a couple of tracks that will be to your liking. There aren't as many artists that I listen to regularly on this list, but it makes for a nice change of pace. I'm extremely partial to DRA'man's "Jean & John's Mama" and "Sea Epitaph" with the latter being my preferred, and DJ White Lotus' "The World Is Yours". So take a listen, grab a couple downloads, and hit me up in the comments with your preferred tracks. If you have any suggestions for me to listen to, hit me up via Twitter and/or in the comments.