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Ishac Bertran's vinyl mash-up

Article: Ishac Bertran's vinyl mash-up

Analog Vinyl Sampling from Ishac Bertran on Vimeo.

As a fan of mash-ups (and to you music purists I say, haters gonna hate), I found this music experiment by Ishac Bertran pretty fascinating. Taking the traditional cut-and-paste slicing method used to create different loops and mixes on reel-to-reel audio tape machines, Bertran took it one step further into our analog past by applying the same method to actual vinyl records. With some freshly purchased “second-hand vinyl records [of] different music styles: Supertramp, Wagner, Paul Anka, Chicago, Lil Jon,” a hot wire cutter, and a bit of dexterity and ingenuity, Bertran constructed a mash-up vinyl record Frankenstein’d together with other vinyls. You can hear the result for yourself in his video (above).

Beastie Boys and Sesame Street mash-up

Article: Beastie Boys and Sesame Street mash-up

Sesame Street breaks it down from Wonderful Creative on Vimeo. Branding agency Wonderful Creative put together this “wonderful” mash-up of clips from Sesame Street so it appears as if the puppets are performing the funkadelic song, “Sure Shot,” by the Beastie Boys. My favorite part is the flute at the beginning. G is for Gangsta!…

Internet's obsession with Ke$ha mash ups continues

Article: Internet's obsession with Ke$ha mash ups continues

Similar to that awesome mash up of Star Trek and Ke$ha (previously), here is another one involving BACK TO THE FUTURE, a movie I’m kind of still obsessed with. Its remarkable how such a vapid song can keep giving and giving. While we’re on the topic of mash-ups and Star Trek, this is one of…

Ke$ha x Star Trek

Article: Ke$ha x Star Trek

The Internet’s current favorite pop culture viral mash-up blends the old with the new: the infectious pop of Ke$ha’s Tik Tok is set to scenes from the classic Star Trek television series. As the creator MissSheenie aptly says, “Working on the Enterprise is pretty much a non-stop party as far as I’m concerned.” In related…

342 movies of 2009 in 7 minutes

Article: 342 movies of 2009 in 7 minutes

If you were too busy or too broke (17 dollars per movie ticket can really add up!) this year to go to the movie theater, then watch this fantastic mashup video of 342 movies from 2009 crammed into 7 minutes to get caught up. The transitions between the various films were rather well done. If…