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12.04.14 Rhett Jones

YouTube user He Dawn has pulled together 50 artists from the Tumblr-set and datamosh-ed their work into one trippy gelatinous digital goo for your viewing pleasure. Datamoshing is a form of glitch art that’s all about removing a video player’s ability to differentiate between frames, creating a random melding of images. It’s all pretty cliche these […]

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05.02.14 Marina Galperina

Here “Crocodile Chop,” a magical mash-up of Elton John’s “Crocodile Rock” and System of a Down’s “Chop Suey” by Neilcic. It sounds awesome. And it fits perfectly. But to fit perfectly, Neilcic did a lot of work on it: Slowing down the vocals, adjusting the pitch, chopping up the phrasing of the chorus… Not that […]

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02.17.14 Marina Galperina

Leonardo DiCaprio’s rousing speech as Jordan Belfort in The Wolf of Wall Street just got more rousing, if you’re into Swedish extreme metal. Behold, the Messhugah mash-up version. Really brings out the performative nuances of DiCaprio’s screaming face and that dark camaraderie of the whole chest-pounding/chanting routine, which wasn’t even part of the script, but something Matthew McConaughey does before his scenes […]

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03.04.13 Marina Galperina

Well, Trent did say “that the band is reinventing itself from scratch” so maybe this is that? Here’s a perfect mash-up of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” and “Head Like a Hole” by Nine Inch Nails from PomDeter. PERFECT. NIN is going on tour starting this summer. Reznor. I missed you so bad. I missed you […]

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03.30.12 Marina Galperina

You just watched a video of fuzzy, pirated movie scenes intercut with Internet-famous cats and liked it. Don’t blame me. Blame this guy, whose brain is a web of interconnected mainstream video ephemera. He had to make this mash-up. Blame Viral Darwinism: This mutant is the obvious next step of the supercut culture, because the web hearts cats and supercuts so much, they […]

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08.17.11 Marina Galperina

Here’s a fresh mash-up supercut from ScreenWerks’ Jordan Laws. He’s purged all those feature film lines stored in his movie-nerd head, assembled them in rhyming order and kicked it up with a beat. I want you to hit me as hard as you can. Say hello to my little friend. Like that. Yeah. […]

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06.30.11 Marina Galperina

Morning. Here’s a single-serving mash-up that combines the bridling, anarchist-alter-ego awakening of Fight Club and the socio-economic satire of Monty Python in 40 seconds of sweet, sweet remix hilarity. You’re welcome. […]

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04.29.11 Marina Galperina

Here’s a French-dubbed Star Wars clip re-subtitled almost entirely with monologues of existentialist despair courtesy of Jean-Paul Sartre. If watching C-3PO and R2D2 wander the Tatooine Desert, “abandoned in the midst of infinite possibilities” won’t make you chortle, may I suggest The Empire Farts Back? […]

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03.21.11 Marina Galperina

Since You Are Listening to Los Angeles, the hypnotic police radio masher-upper has sprouted four more varieties. Is that an “officer down” dispatch I just heard at the NYC version? The ambient music gurgling is decidedly more suspenseful on ours. Plug into San Fransisco, Chicago, and for calm Canadian police chatter en français, oui oui, […]

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