This is a Drumstep re-edit that I made of Skream’s remix of Up All Night originally by Jack Beats & John B I made the Remix with Ableton Live 8 and while it may seem like I just sped up the tempo of Skream’s remix I actually did add some of my own instruments and [...]
Heres a mashup of Rihannas – Man Down with Skreams remix of Distances – Night Vision ENJOY This post was submitted by nealt124.
Taking the better aspects of the song and combining into a more chill drum and bass style remix. Enjoy! This post was submitted by Jimmy Tones.
my very first mashup project! made entirely in audacity. samples taken from my library and various sources on the internet. it’s heavily influenced by 2 Many DJ’s and Girl Talk! it samples (in order): Spank Rock – Bump Clipse ft. Pharrell – Mr. Me Too Die Antwoord – Beat Boy M83 – Couleur Lil Wayne [...]
http://soundcloud.com/malim http://www.myspace.com/malimsound from “Angry Body Shakin” mashup album DOWNLOAD -> http://www.archive.org/compress/Malim_AngryBodyShakin LISTEN -> http://soundcloud.com/malim/sets/angry-body-shakin hi-res cover -> http://www.archive.org/download/Malim_AngryBodyShakin/malim_angrybody.jpg Tracklist: 01. Angry Body Shakin’ (Kaoma vs Kelis vs The Bug vs Beastie Boys) 02. I’d Like Magalenha To Move It (Sergio Mendes vs Reel 2 Real) 03. Divine City (Bondo Do Role vs Abradab vs Catz’n’Dogz) [...]
instra mental – no future Skream remix This post was submitted by Truzplaya.
Another big Skream remix from 2009, this is Toddla T’s “Rebel” which featured Benjamin Zephaniah (mid 90s GCSE English Literature anyone?) and Joe Goddard in the original. Skream added some dubstep beats and made another banger. There is talk of a release of this track in the next month or so too… This post was [...]
Skream remixed this Bat for Lashes track, Pearls Dream, a while back, but it seems like the perfect answer to a couple of days’ heavy New Year effort that we hadn’t featured here to date. After honouring Skream’s efforts last year at bringing Dubstep remixing into the mainstream, it makes sense to put this track [...]
I don’t think Skream needs much introduction, but you may not have heard a great deal from Uzul unless you are fairly heavily “scene”. In any case, this is what dubstep remixes are all about. Chances are, you’ll either go berserk about this track, or it will make you go berserk. This post was submitted [...]
First it was in here, then it wasn’t. Now, I’m not too sure what happened to this track, as we had featured it some time ago – but its still huge, so I’m reinserting it: this is Skream’s Ravey mix of La Roux in For The Kill. This is top drawer.
A slow, dark remic of a Roux’s “In for the Kill”. La Roux says she’s influenced by Phil Collins, and it shows with her distorted vocals and French electronic production.