Mash Hits update : Less than a month left on this project but plenty more plunderphonics to come!

October 16, 2012 at 11:43 am 1 comment

Day # 285 … So far i have turned Cliff Richard into electronica, Elvis into musique concrète, David Guetta into harsh nosie, sent Take That into space, created a new genre called nipple rock, made fashionable footwork from Brian Poole & The Tremeloes, timestretched Bryan Adams ‘(Everything I Do) I Do It For You’ to last 16 weeks, got all political with the track ‘Occupy Chris Brown’, turned Timmy Mallet into gabber,  transformed Chris de Burgh into minimal techno,  processed national treasure’s The Beatles through a ring modulator (three times), killed Westlife, made a dozen synthetic psychedelic rock tracks, forced the X factor Finalist’s to play Incidental music for Simon Cowell’s funeral and generally re-imagined some of the most nauseating modern music into something new and interesting. I have also made some kosher bootlegs & slapstick megamixes and along the way. Some people are saying it’s like ‘Jive Bunny on LSD’ ….. hmmm yeah your pretty much right, but think he’s had more than just a acid tab!

In just under 1 month (Nov 14th) the project will end. And what is to come? .. I have no flippin’ idea!!!! I make these remixes and reworking’s fresh each day so it really does depend on my mood and what idea’s work. Please stay tuned cos i have saved some cracking number one singles for the end. Your support, comments and emails are much appreciated! ..

bellow is one my favorite recent mash hits entries i have made.
(& possibly the most out there, unsanctioned U2 remix ever)

I am available for interviews & talks/workshops on plunderphonics and remixing
Please contact shitmat(@) for information & press packs

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. pedro  |  October 28, 2012 at 3:26 pm

    big up shitmat, mashits and all your stuff, keep doing it, this reinterpretation of the music history is awesome


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