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    • CommentTimeJun 3rd 2010
    As far as i'm concerned this is the most eclectic and diverse forum
    on the internet , in subjects discussed and members.

    So if i asked you guys what remixes out there
    on the net you like i'm sure i'd get picks of music
    I couldn't get anywhere else.


    .1 No big name remixers, no fat boy slim, no armand van halen,
    The more eclectic, the more d.i.y guy in his bed room studio
    The more kudos to you.Maybe it's even you.

    .2 the remix must blow our minds. "Like I would never
    have thought you could do that with that song!"

    .3 This not an excuse for an Abstract, 2 bleeps and noise
    thread of tuneless tunes. Or free form jazz.

    Well here goes my offering:

    Marvin Gay ft Tammi Terrell with the velvet underground.
    "velvet martin"

    remix by Joey Propeller

    This guy turned "aint no mountain high enough",
    a soaring optamistic, fast tempo, joyous soul
    song into a dark gothic, yearning twisted
    "gothic soul" song.which would fit into any
    David Lynch film.The video is also spooky and creepy.

    over to you! "g-g-get cracking" as M.I.A would say...

    Heri mkocha
    • CommentTimeJun 8th 2010 edited
    DJ Earworm may be on the verge of being a big name, but I'm not familiar enough with the scene to be sure. I came across Earworm's stuff with the 2009 UNITED STATE OF POP mix, a very smooth and melodic mashup of last year's Top 25.

    There's also an amazing remix of 9 Annie Lennox tunes, comissioned by Lennox herself.

    That the kind of stuff you had in mind?
  1.  (8355.3)
    oh dear god no. not bootlegs. not here.
    • CommentAuthorArgos
    • CommentTimeJun 8th 2010
    A remix of the movie Hook (yet more from my recent Pogo binge)
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2010
    No i do not want just a mashup thread!
    though some great remixes might be mashups.

    There are so many great bed room remixes, global remixers
    thanks to the net out there. So let's highlight some!

    As for the NO famous remixer policy, if I didn't do that,
    the thread would turn into my favourite "Fat boy slim remix" thread
    or here's another "armand Van Halen" remix.

    But the song remixed can be as famous as you want.
    Again, no abstract, no tune in it stuff.No free form jazz.

    An Example:

    Here's a very famous tune remixed again! By
    some guy called the Coven.

    Everything But The girl - "missing you" COVEN Dubstep remix

    Now go get me some tunes!

    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2010
    This is probably too obvious, and it's old as hell, but it's my favorite "remix/mash-up":

    Love Will Freak Us

    I hope I adhered to the rules well enough. If you haven't heard this before, you'll probably dig it.
    • CommentAuthorOddcult
    • CommentTimeJun 14th 2010
    Some of you haven't been paying attention...

    Not exactly a remix or mashup, but dumping this here anyway. It's the best summary of hip-hop from old school to recent that anyone's ever put together. It did the rounds late last year, but if you didn't see it then, you should now.
    • CommentTimeJun 14th 2010
    Does DFA count as famous? Cos I love this... transmogrifying NIN into disco. YES.

    • CommentTimeJun 14th 2010 edited
    Remixed by the shadowy Joey Jacksun I want you back 2010

    Oddcult - IDK, but for me (hip-hop fanatic of 20+ yrs standing) playing a ukulele while piss-poorly 'rapping' versions of the classic tunes of my youth is tantamount to blasphemy ;-]

    I know this may not be the place for it, but for a not-actually-taking-the-piss look at the 30 years of hip-hop history.....check out the 30 years of hip-hop mix by JaguarSkills
    • CommentTimeJun 15th 2010 edited
    more tunes! More tunes! Not just hip hop!

    That" I want you back" MJ track is great.It's the kind of track I'd expect from
    the Hip Hop producer 9th Wonder.

    I want more tunes! They don't have to Hip Hop remixes,
    they can be any kind of remix !

    Just please have a tune in there somewhere!
    Since we're on the hip hop some guys called
    the hoodbeatz...

    Jay-z ft Michael jackson -"don't stop till you've had enough"

    • CommentTimeJun 15th 2010
    @Arklight - I'm liking that hoodbeatz jam...

    Coincidentally, I have on my PC at home top-seacret remix of the 9th Wonder produced track "Threat" from Jay-Z's The Black Album...
    I'll see if it's available to DL anywhere & drop a link here if so...
  2.  (8355.12)
    I'm still addicted to what was a white label remix last year. Aphex Twin vs Chevy One, Windowlicker chopped and processed into a dubstep like tune.