New mashes from a varying range of acts so let’s get right down and dirty with them!
First up, we’ve got the newest from Carlos Serrano who is a mashup mastermind. The guy always thinks of the sickest combos and executes them flawlessly. This time, he takes Kanye & Chris Martin’s vocals from his classic “Homecoming” and throws it over the instrumental to Lana del Rey’s “Born To Die”. There’s so much energy in this one towards the end, it’s incredible. We follow that up with the newest from ricky! who has managed to appear in each MM for the past month. In his latest endeavor, he takes the vocals from wifey-to-be Ellie Goulding’s spectacular cover of the Weeknd’s “High For This” and pairs it seamlessly with some Yppah. Jumping to the EDM side of things, we’ve got a huge new booty from Castaway featuring Otto Knows, Avicii, Nari & Milani, and more! Play this one out if at all possible. We wash that one down with another EDM tune, this time from Bars Deep who takes on Minnesota’s notorious wobbles alongside some Tonic vocals. To ease us back into the non-EDM, we’ve got the newest from Dr. Brixx. Taking a Ke$ha instrumental and vocals from The Cab, Brixx creates something that is surprisingly catchy and a fun listen. Now this next one is interesting. Interesting as in I created the title for it (sorry FLP). It’s also probably the first and last time DML will ever feature Slipknot. You win some, you lose some. Now to finish the week off strong. If anyone has seen the movie Drive, you know that the soundtrack makes the entire thing. “Nightcall” is the leading factor in why I started SNF. Alcala, of “Under The Kicks” fame, creates a funky and fantastic mash combining College & Electric Youth’s track from the movie “A Real Hero” and Phoenix’s “Fences”.
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