A new instalment of The Hood Internet’s ongoing series of pop mashups: 60 songs from 1993, artfully squished into 210 seconds.
Having worked their way through the 1980s, master mashers-up The Hood Internet move on to a new decade with 60 tunes from 1990 mixed together into one three and a half minute confection.
Mashup maestro DJ Cummerbund’s homage to Danny Devito’s turn as ‘man cheetah’ from ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’ – seamlessly blending tracks by Hall & Oates, The Strokes, The White Stripes and Chris Isaak.
The Hood Internet reaches 1989 in their ongoing year-by-year mashup of the biggest pop tunes.
Listen to 1979-1988 here.
A new instalment of The Hood Internet’s historical pop music mashup series.
YouTube’s over-the-top copyright policing makes it very difficult for remixers like Jonny ‘Eclectic Method’ Wilson to post content.
So what he’s done in this Red Hot Chili Peppers mashup is to extract samples so short, they’re unrecognisable. The result: a RHCP mashup with all the texture but none of the melody.
Chicago mashup crew The Hood Internet continue their nostalgic tune-blendathon with a deftly conflated tribute to fifty hits from 1980.
A tribute to the tunes of 1979 by Chicago mashup crew The Hood Internet: 50 classics deftly interweaved in a three minute mix.
Remixer DJ Cummerbund blends Depeche Mode, The Turtles, Britney Spears, Gunhild Carling, King Kong Bundy and Randy “Macho Man” Savage into a strangely pleasing and harmonious cocktail.
Übermixer DJ Earworm’s seamless annual mashup of the year’s biggest US pop tunes.
Previously: United States Of Pop 2017