Posted by VMan on March 28, 2015
UK based production group MDE [My Digital Enemy] released a huge new mashup that combines Missy Elliot’s vocals off her hit single “Get Your Freak On” with their own bass infused original, “Bassline Soundz” and it goes off! Now up for free download, this tune is a perfect track to bump this weekend during whatever festivities you get into. Straight banger courtesy of MDE, enjoy!
Free Download: My Digital Enemy Vs Missy Elliot – Freak My Bassline Soundz
Posted by BIGLIFE on March 25, 2015
The greatest knack that DOSVEC has is that no matter how old or overplayed a song may be he can give it NEW LIFE. That is exactly what he does with “Safe & Intoxicated”. Check out the catchy video and download the mashup on his soundcloud page.
Posted by BIGLIFE on March 19, 2015
Galantis hit “Runaway” (U & I) gets a very different twist from its original sound as DOSVEC mashes it with Justin Martin’s “Buggin” and the end result is a bass heavy tune that gets your ass moving the entire time.
Posted by BIGLIFE on February 28, 2015
I’m not a mashup fan. Never have. Never will. This though? This is something serious 2Fire lives up his name to bring us a future house remix that you might lose your face to at home or in the club. 2Fire has had a stroke of genius mashing Cazette’s infectious “Bind Heart” single featuring Terry B with Riggi & Piros’s “Keep Rocking”. The result is nothing short of incredible. Free download below.
Posted by BIGLIFE on December 16, 2014
Deep House has taken the music world by storm, and what better way to make it pour than by mashing up established acts like Axwell and Dirty South with Dutch Deep House up and comer Watermat to create something sure to take you places you’ve never been?
DOSVEC, who is on his way to earning the moniker of Mashter (Mashup Master get it? Huh? Huh? No? Okay….) has proven many times over that two distinctly different sounds can come together and create something so natural that it’s almost as if it were the original mix. ‘Open Your Bullit’ takes the entrancing vocals of Rudy and combines it with the very Dutch production that is Bullit and what comes out is a mellow collaboration that never happened, but sounds like it did.
The vocals blend very well with the pace of the song, they don’t sound forced or out of place, which is difficult to nail, but DOSVEC is no amateur and he puts his expertise on display with yet another mash that would fit beautifully in any House set. He just took it one deeper.
Posted by GMONEY on December 11, 2014
Watch out DJ Earworm, Trademark might have just beaten you at your own game…your only game.