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“Culture Shock will feature roughly over 50 artists mashed up into about an hour’s worth of Titus Jones mashups. Every single one of the tracks, with the exception of the first Culture Shock track I’ve already released – Hold Your Sexy Arms Against Me – will be brand new, never before heard.
It’s heavy on the Britney, heavy on the 80′s, and heavy on the hits. It’s also got a few good 90′s tracks in there as well, plus some good early 2000s tracks too! It’s VERY dance-able. I’ve stirred in a few country artists, some classic rock, some rap and hip-hop, some electro, and it’s chock full of shameless POP.” – Titus Jones
Today marks the release of Titus Jones’ first full mash-up album Culture Shock. With a total of 14 new mash-ups, I hope all the listeners here on Room-Noise will enjoy this brand new album. I have always been a huge supporter of Titus Jones and so far, this album sounds fantastic.
01. – Introduction
3OH!3 vs. Nicki Minaj vs. Christina Aguilera Feat. Redman vs. Tom Ashbrook (NPR) vs. Sue Teller (YouTube)
02. – Hold Your Sexy Arms Against Me
Britney Spears vs. Cutting Crew & Resource v. David Guetta Feat. Akon vs. P!nk vs. Taylor Swift
03. – College Is Crazy
Britney Spears vs. Beyonce Feat. Jay-Z vs. Asher Roth vs. Gnarls Barkley
04. – Touchin’ On A Firework Sucks
Cascada vs. Kelly Clarkson vs. Katy Perry vs. Bon Jovi vs. Backstreet Boys
05. – Cold Woman Uprising
Muse vs. Britney Spears vs. Carrie Underwood vs. Foreigner
06. – Teenage Kids
Katy Perry vs. MGMT vs. Timbaland Feat. Keri Hilson & D.O.E.
07. – PokeStar
Rihanna vs. P!nk vs. Lady GaGa vs. Shop Boyz vs. Pokemon
08. – Rock Your S&M Fantasy Down Low
The Scorpions vs. Rihanna vs. Dev vs. Usher Feat. will.i.am vs. Ludacris Feat. Shawnna
09. – Oops, I Shot Jolene’s Mom
Taio Cruz vs. Bon Jovi vs. Britney Spears vs. Dolly Parton vs. Fountains of Wayne
10. – We Love Hustlin’ Drugs
Weezer vs. Rick Ross vs. Ke$ha vs. Katy Perry vs. Afroman
11. – Never Givin’ Up My Only Barbie
Aqua vs. Rick Astley vs. Madonna vs. Rihanna
12. – How We Go Out (The Stomp! Remix)
Leslie Hall vs. Britney Spears vs. Destiny’s Child
13. – Unfaithful Sex
Rihanna vs. Kings Of Leon
14. – Don’t Stop Believin’ In This Love On Earth
Lady GaGa & New York Outlaw vs. Belinda Carlisle vs. Madonna vs. Journey vs. Ke$ha vs. Bruno Mars vs. Leona Lewis
Once again, DJ Earworm is back again with his annual Mashups of Billboard’s Top 25 songs of the year. I have huge respect for DJ’s/Producers such as Earworm because mastering and mixing these tracks into one is not a simple task. I’m just glad that he is getting the attention from music listeners across the world since his 2009 release.
United State of Pop 2010 (Don’t Stop the Pop) – DJ Earworm
Ke$ha – Tik Tok
Lady Antebellum – Need You Now
Train – Hey, Soul Sister
Katy Perry Featuring Snoop Dogg – California Gurls
Usher Featuring will.i.am – OMG
B.O.B. Featuring Hayley Williams – Airplanes
Eminem Featuring Rihanna – Love the Way You Lie
Lady Gaga – Bad Romance
Taio Cruz – Dynamite
Taio Cruz Featuring Ludacris – Break Your Heart
B.O.B. Featuring Bruno Mars – Nothin’ On You
Enrique Iglesias Featuring Pitbull – I Like It
Young Money Featuring Lloyd – Bedrock
Jason Derulo – In My Head
Rihanna – Rude Boy
Lady Gaga Featuring Beyonce – Telephone
Katy Perry – Teenage Dream
Bruno Mars – Just the Way You Are
Mike Posner – Cooler Than Me
The Black Eyed Peas – Imma Be
Jay-Z + Alicia Keys – Empire State of Mind
Usher Featuring Pitbull – DJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love
Travie McCoy Featuring Bruno Mars – Billionaire
Eminem – Not Afraid
Iyaz – Replay
There are quite of bit of reoccurring DJ’s who make it onto the hot list on music blog aggregators, and for that reason it’s because of their skills to turn a song into something even better and one of them is DJ Kue. I first discovered DJ Kue through a Calvin Harris remix he did of Flashblack, and from then on I kept on checking his SoundCloud page for more of his latest remixes. So for those who haven’t heard about DJ Kue, check out the tracks below, because it won’t disappoint you.
- Constance Chan
I have to give so much credit to these guys, I have always been a huge fan of their work. And since their release of REMATCH, The White Panda have gotten a bigger and much more respected name in the blogosphere. Rematch features 47 mash-up tracks with over 100 different samples from various artists. Although this mix-tape is a bit old, I wanted to share it with everyone and show how much work and detail that goes into making a mash-up and mix-tape.
For more tracks by The White Panda check out:
Download MixTape: HERE
Full Track Listing
1. Juicy O’Riley (Notorious B.I.G // The Who)
2. Don’t Wanna Hurt Your Neck (Khia // The Sounds)
3. Intergalactic Spell (Beastie Boys // Alphabeat)
4. Replaylight (Iyaz // Matt & Kim)
5. Nothin’ On Paris (B.o.B // Friendly Fires)
6. Genius of Play (David Banner // Tom Tom Club)
7. Flippin’ Style (50 Cent // Flipsyde)
8. Alejandhoes (Ludacris // Lady GaGa)
?9. The Next Starfucker (Dr. Dre // Starfucker)
10. Excuse Me Miss Cyrus (Jay-Z // Miley Cyrus)
?11. Get Like Butterflies (David Banner // Crazy Town)
?12. Teach a Billionaire to Diggity (Blackstreet // Cali Swag District // Travis McCoy)
13. Praise Outkast (Outkast // Fatboy Slim)
14. Tipsy In The Sun (J-Kwon // Weezer)
15. Sugar Groove (Flo Rida // Madonna)
16. Smooth Ballin’ (Tupac // Michael Jackson)
?17. Welcome to Celebration (Ludacris // Kool & The Gang)
18. Ahh California (Trey Songz // Katy Perry)
19. The Independent Touch (Webbie // Bloodhound Gang)
?20. Final Thong (Sisqo // Cassian)
21. Ritual God (Usher // Worship // Bestrack)
?22. Freak Faces 2Night (Willie Wonk // Electric Youth)
?23. A Cholo You Know (Down AKA Kilo // Two Door Cinema Club)
24. Get Ready To Go Low (Ludacris // 2 Unlimited)
25. Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend To Romance You (Lady GaGa // Black Kids)
26. Never Gonna Set Me Free (Rick Astley // Phonat)
27. I’ll Get Your Whistle (Too Short // Classixx)
28. One More Whoop (Tag Team // Daft Punk)
29. Wired To The Systems (Dorrough // Knightlife // Ying Yang Twins)
30. Heads Will Shake (Eminem // A-Trak // Yeah Yeah Yeahs)
?31. Hold On My Momma (Will.i.am. // The Vanish // Russ Chimes)
32. Raining Rude Boys (Rihanna // Moby)
33. Got Some Stratosphere (Obie Trice // Junkie XL)
34. I Wish I Broke Your Heart (Skee-Lo // Taio Cruz)
?35. Flashtomania (Phoenix // Calvin Harris)
36. How We Remember (The Game // David Guetta)
37. Rhythm To The House (Snap! // Trick Daddy)
38. Shake The Moonlight (Ying Yang Twins // Fonzerelli)
39. Always Push ‘Em Up (Fatman Scoop // Pet Shop Boys)
40. Kiss Anthonio (Chris Brown // Annie // Designer Drugs)
41. Prez-a-boo (Dead Prez // DEVO)
42. Overnight Panther (Twista // Crystal Castles)
43. Alone Over Here (Alice DeeJay // Young Jeezy)
44. Fireflies Goin’ Down (Young Joc // Owl City)
45. Drake & Diane (Drake // John Mellencamp)
46. Shooting Superstars (Eminem // Bag Raiders)
47. Pop Bottles Baby (Birdman // Justin Bieber)
FEATURED DJ: DJ SK3MES
Although this DJ is fairly new to the scene, he certainly doesn’t have a problem when it comes to track selection. Being inspired and influenced by his best friend (the infamous DJ Conor Cutz who is widely known in the Toronto scene for his stage presence and knowledgeable battle background), Shain aka SK3MES focused his knowledge more toward the mixing aspect of DJing.
His first mix which is entitled “I Survived Electro 2009” definitely keeps the beat at a steady pace for any electro-head out there. Although the EQing could have had a little more attention paid to it, it’s not bad for a first and interests Room-Noise on what this newcomer has to offer in the future.
Flash 2.9 – Dave Darell Mix
AutoErotique – Gladiator (Steve Aoki x DJ AM Remix)
Warp 1.9 – (GTRONIC BadAssRMX)
WARP 1.9 – The Bloody Beetroots featuring Steve Aoki
Touring in NY – Maybb
DTF – Terror Dactal
I Hold The Crown – Redman (Gigi Barocco Remix)
Escape (Bloody Beetroots Remix) – The Toxic Avenger
Move Bitch (Villains remix) – Ludacris
Shut up and let me go (Lazrtag remix) – The Ting Tings
Sexy Bitch (Chuckie and Lil Jon remix) – David Guetta featuring Akon
Vuvuvu – MSTRKRFT
Pursuit of Happiness (Steve Aoki Remix) – Kid Cudi
Pussy Stay On My Mind -
Helium (Wolfgang Gartner Remix)
Flashback – Wolfgang Gartner
Kids (Soulwax remix) – MGMT
Theme: Sexual and Explicit Content
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1.) Warp Your Hands Up – The Bloody Betroots Vs. Lil Jon
2.) Bitch Friend (feat. Ludacris) [Luny P Mix] - David Guetta
3.) Sex And Drugs (Benny Benassi Remix) – Hyper Crush
4.) Hey Baby – MelleeFresh vs. Deadmau5
5.) Get U Home (VIKING Remix) – Shwayze
6.) I Fucking Bleed Purple And Gold – Super Mash Bros.
7.) Touch (AC Slater Remix) – Trash Yourself
I cannot believe it’s been more than half a year since I started Room-Noise, I started this blog because I love music (as cheesy as that sounds). And I wanted to push myself to become more motivated to do more research, to get to know more artists and genres. And for some who might not believe me, blogging sometimes can be a major pain in the ass. There are time when I don’t even want to post anything, but you just got to push yourself to do it when you really love it. As a blogger and an aspiring student who wants to work in the Music Industry one day, I thank all my visitors and friends – without you I wouldn’t have any passion for music. I would also like to thank all the musicians, DJs and anyone who has put in so much effort to promote themselves and other musicians that makes music for the world.
Room-Noise has grown so much (I would say that since I’m the owner) and to be honest I am REALLY thankful to the following artists that has taken the time to thank and comment on Room-Noise and has sent me their music for me to promote:
Room-Noise’s BEST OF 2009 is obviously my personal opinion and is mainly based off of my Last.Fm account. So if you disagree with something stop reading and just click exit. Most of the written facts/opinions are how I discovered the following Top 10 Artists and what to look out for in the near future.
As a huge fan, I am absolutely so proud of Lady Gaga, as some of you might of seen I have probably written about her the most out of any other artists on this blog. I first discovered Lady Gaga through her single “Just Dance” back in summer of 2008. At first I didn’t really know much about her style in music or even about her as an artist. My friend had told me about her second single Poker Face in September of ’08 since it was one of the most played songs at University parties and that it had a great beat. One song led to another and I had realized Lady Gaga’s visual and musical style was something new and creative that (to me) would change the era of Pop music. When I first searched up Lady Gaga on Wikipedia, her page was only a paragraph long, now (in 2009) every time I check out the page it gets longer each time. Stefani Germanotta, played a show in Waterloo, Ontario in November 2008 at ELEMENTS club where there were probably no more than 500 people and tickets were being sold for $25. Exactly a year later Gaga has played a SOLD OUT show in Air Canada Center in Toronto, along with Six 2010 Grammy Nominations. It was because of Lady Gaga that I had branched off to Electronic music. I would put her number one on this list, but that some what means I’m selling out to the more popular musicians.
I didn’t discover all three of these female artist until Summer of 2009, it was mainly because of Steve Aoki’s 2007 Pillowface and His Airplane Chronicles album that made me wonder who were these female rappers? I took a look at their MySpace pages and there Last.Fm accounts, and I was amazed at how much talent and different styles that each of these women had. I know it’s unfair to put three people in one spot, but I feel that I should mention them to give people a notice and taste at the new era of Female Rappers of Indie Rock and Electronic Hip-Hop.
I cannot believe DJs like France’s David Guetta and Italy’s Benny Benassi are over 40 years old (who are also born in the same year) and create these amazing tracks that make teens to young adults dance at night clubs or just putting the song to maximum volume in their cars. I guess age does not matter at all in the Electronic world. David Guetta’s2009 Album One Love featured over 11 different artists, these collaborations made his album sound even better than it already was. I had watched one of the “Making of One Love” music video and David Guetta seemed like the most humble person ever. Although David might not be fully bilingual, he still can connect with other English speaking artists across the globe to make music.
The Beatles? Why are they on this list? Well I must say I wasn’t a huge Beatles fan until the film Across the Universe but also my internship…and the massive amount of Beatles products that were being sold in 2009. Although The Beatles are long and done, they deserve a mention to the new generation of music lovers. They are the basis of everything that we listen to today. And if you’ve seen any documentaries about them you would know that their creativity in music cannot be ever redone again.
My first thought about this band was “where were you in all my life?!?” In 2009 Phoenix exploded out of no where into the blogging scene, television commercials for movies and products and on YouTube. But believe it or not, Phoenix has been together for over a decade. I guess it takes time to discover bands like this one because their latest album Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix sounds and reminds me of a Romance film back in the 50s’. Phoenix has this distinct taste and style in their lyrics and melody that I cannot explain until you give them a listen. I highly recommend this band to anyone who hasn’t heard of them yet – which I doubt at this point.
When I first heard about Kid Cudi I thought he was going to be a one hit wonder with this single Day ‘N’ Nite – I guessed wrong. And it wasn’t because of Kanye’s work that made him famous, to me it was because of the successful remix that Crookers did. And to be honest I thought the original track of Day ‘N’ Nite was just too slow for me, although the lyrics might be a bit hilarious. Kid Cudi wouldn’t get as much hype as he would without that one remixed single. The reason why Kid Cudi was put on Room-Noise’s Top 10 was because of his originality in Electronic Hip-Hop. His first album Man On The Moon proves that he does not need just one remixed single to make him successful. Cudi’s collaboration with MGMT and RATATAT proved his passion with other electronic artists and combining it with Hip-Hop and Rap, which we will surely see become more popular in 2010.
Redfoo and Sky Blu, the two guys that make up LMFAO. In 2009 this Electronic Hip Hop band became known for their only single I’m In Miami Bitch to being Grammy Nominated with their first album Party Rock that hit Billboard’s Top 100 instantly. I saw LMFAO in August 2009 at a night club in Toronto and knew that they had to be one of the best Electronic bands out there to play in clubs and parties. Obviously some of their songs are overplayed now, but I high recommend buying their album if you want to listen to some good music to get drunk with your friends.
The Bloody Beetroots can be described in two words, Holy Fuck. It was because of Bob Rifo and Tommy Tea that made my love for Electronic Music in 2009 sky rocket. I first discovered this band in April 2009 by looking at Crooker’s MySpace. I instantly fell in love with their style in Electronic House and Dance. I have never heard anything like that before and as a music blogger – I love music that makes you want to dance. The Bloody Beetroots instantly gave me that feeling when I heard their most popular single yet, Warp 1.9 featuring Steve Aoki. Be on the lookout in 2010 for a collaboration between Aoki and Rifo – “RIFOKI” which features a total different taste in music style from their usual. “RIFOKI” will be a combination of Punk Rock, Screamo and Electronic.
I still cannot believe how some people have not heard of Metric yet. Another reason why I’m proud to be Canadian is because of this band – I saw Metric live twice this year. And there was not a single moment of disappointment in their performance and that also goes for their fourth album Fantasies. I must say that it is my second favourite album by them, the first is Grow Up and Blow Away, another reason why I love this band so much is again, their style, lyrics and melody. It is a similar feeling that I have towards Phoenix as well, if you haven’t heard a song by Metric yet, I suggest you check them out ASAP!
There isn’t much to say about how amazing Hyper Crush is. I have not heard a band like this before where it is a combination of Hip Hop, Rap, Electronic with…video games as background music effect. Hyper Crush has grown on me over the summer of 2009 and with a very similar style to LMFAO, Hyper Crush deserves to be number one on this list because I just want to simply promote them as much as I can. I believe that they’re gonna make it bigger than they already are within the next year, so give them a try and listen to their singles on their MySpace. Their album The Arcade is no let down, Hyper Crush is currently my favourite band of 2009.
Cheers to another decade of great music to come.