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Farty Anaconda

Nicki Minaj’s famous booty twerks centre stage in the (NSFW) music video to Anaconda. That thing is so big it needs its own postal code.

Two of Nicki’s biggest South African fans have decided to pay tribute in their own special way. From the same people who brought you Hipsters and Hastags and the Payday Song, come a remix of Anaconda that’s certainly a roar from the rear.

[via Shaun Roos]

Pharrell’s “Happy” Gets a Sad Remix

Pharrell William’s unbelievably catchy tune is giving everyone the feel-good vibes. If that’s just too Happy for you, you might enjoy these two sombre makeovers, one from The Gregory Brothers and the other an equally glum orchestral piece from French musician, Woodkid. Clap your hands after the jump.

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HP Scanjet Sings “Somebody That I Used to Know” in This Old School Computer Remix

There are many many covers and parodies of Gotye’s unavoidable track “Somebody That I Used to Know”, so much so that the singer himself created a supercut, stitching together over 100 YouTube fan clips.

It would have been the cover to end all covers had it not been for YouTube user bd594 who recreates the song using an unlikely band of musicians. Watch as a troupe of hard drives and oscilloscopes provides the bassline and an HP Scanjet 3C stands in for the vocalists in this old school computer remix of “Somebody That I Used to Know”.

[via @nxtrms]

Mad Skills, Yo! The Breaking Bad Remix

If Breaking Bad ever needed a dance theme, this would be it. YouTuber user placeboing uses a selection of sound bites from seasons one and two of the award-winning show to create a catchy ditty that involves some of our favourite characters.

With support from the unhinged Tuco Salamanca, Skinny Pete who can’t spell n’ shit, and the sounds of Don Héctor’s service bell, Walter and Jesse show off their mad skills in the Breaking Bad Remix.

[via Boing Boing]

Gotye’s “Somebodies: A YouTube Orchestra” Remix

In an attempt similar to Luc Bergeron’s “World Covers – Rolling In The Deep“, Australian singer-songwriter Gotye pays tribute to some of the YouTube covers and parodies that has brought his song “Somebody That I Used to Know” such success.

The artists says this about his supercut:

Reluctant as I am to add to the mountain of interpretations of Somebody That I Used To Know seemingly taking over their own area of the internet, I couldn’t resist the massive remixability that such a large, varied yet connected bundle of source material offered.



You may be tired of this sickness, but have a look and listen to Gotye’s Somebodies: A YouTube Orchestra. It’s really quite good.

A list of the original videos uses in Gotye’s remix can be found on his website.

[va Rolling Stone]

Say What? Pogo Takes on Pulp Fiction in “Lead Breakfast”

From Alice to Skynet Symphonic to Pogo Does Dexter, the Australian DJ and remixer, Nick Bertke, has become known for his new compositions made up of sound bites from films.

In his latest piece of music, Bertke turns his attention to Quentin Tarantino’s humourously violent tale, Pulp Fiction. The combination of Pogo, auto-tune, and infamous Tarantino dialogue makes for an equally violent and obscenity-filled song. Watch as Samuel L. Jackson says “What?” in Lead Breakfast (NSFW).

[via Popped Culture]

Your Mom Makes Dubstep

This is the funniest thing I’ve heard in ages. Disappointed at the state of dubstep in the world, DJ Logam from interdimensional recording label Betamorph Recordings has shown how simple it has become to create a dubstep track, so much so that even your mom could do it.

You can download the track from here. Logam has also created a competition asking for remixes to Your Mom Makes Dubstep. Have a listen to those mixes, also on Soundcloud.

[via Don’t Party]

Imperial March Dubstep

I know more about the Hadron Collider than I do about dubstep. Producer/DJ Dirt Monkey takes Darth Vader’s foreboding entrance theme tune, “The Imperial March” and adds liberal amounts of elements from the dubstep and drum n’ bass genres. Have a listen to his bootleg remix below.

The song is available for download on SoundCloud.

[via @Tom3dJay]

MasterChef Synesthesia

Well this is a master class. Youtube user swedemason has taken a selection of soundbites from the cooking game show, MasterChef and created a wonderfully catchy techno tune.

The song, entitled MasterChef Synesthesia, features ingredients pudding expert Gregg Wallace expounding on his preferences for buttery biscuit bases and fellow host John Torode asking for a good dollop of “oomph”.

If you liked that, you may enjoy swedemason’s Jezza Rap.

[via Hecklerspray]

Wishery: A Snow White Remix by Pogo

If you’ve not had the bestest of starts to the day, maybe this will cheer you up. You may recall the past works of Pogo (refresh your memory); This time, he has used his musical wizardry to create a fantastic mashup made up entirely of different sound effects from Disney’s 1937 classic, Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs. Check out his remix, Wishery.

Download the remix on his website, pogomix.net.

[via The Awesomer]