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Episode 5: Madonna's Mashed Potatoes. Finally enough love for the hottest Madonna mashups in one mix for the first time ever! Free: www.clubkerrynyc.com.
Download free mashups on the Mashed Potatoes page for Madonna Remixers United.
Reviews for this episode:
"I listened to this this afternoon . Loved the new mixes by Neph.ew and Lukesavant. I’ve not always been a fan of mashups but the opening number of Music and Disco Inferno was brilliant and had me hooked. Love it." - Steve Crump, 5/26/22
"I absolutely loved this Podcast. It was very enjoyable. I love mashups! I really liked the Remixers taking time to talk at the beginning of the broadcast. Loved the brand new mixes made especially for this from Lukesavant and NEPH.EW! Absolute class! In addition, it's always nice to hear DJ Kerry talking and real fun hearing "M" pop into the studio too." - Mary H. Clarke, 5/26/22
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Track List (60:29):
1:00 Minute Mark: Get warmed up for the mix! Behind the mashup with six remixers. How did they come up with their mashup? A fast hitting response with a quick preview.
10:30 Minute Mark: DJ Continuous Mix - Madonna's Mashed Potatoes.
1. Madonna vs. The Trammps - Disco Music Inferno (Silvio Caia Electro Mash)
2. Tamperer vs. Madonna - If You Buy This Material (DJ Moz Morris Mash)
3. Madonna vs. Stephanie Mills - Borderline Never Knew This Love Before (A Butterfly Roof Mashup)
6. Madonna vs. Shannon - Let The Music Play (OKJames Megamix)
7. Madonna vs. Stardust - Music Sounds Better on Holiday (Stuntmasterz Mash)
8. Madonna vs. Cher vs. Abba - Gimme Gimme Hung Up Mash
9. Madonna vs. George Michael - Flawless Vogue (ODM Mashup)
10. Madonna vs. Freemasons - Papa Don't Preach (Dubtronic We Are In Love Mix)
11. Madonna vs. Nancy Sinatra vs. Kill Bill - Gang Bang Theory (Robin Skouteris)
12. Madonna vs. Suicide Robot - Unapologetic Bitch (Lukesavant Moto-World Suicide Robot Remix 2018)
13. Madonna Vs. Jacques lu Cont - Church Together (TDYLN Mashup)
14. Madonna vs. Bronski Beat - Beautiful Smalltown Stranger
15. Madonna vs. Donna Summer - Girl Gone Wild (Initial Talk's She Works Hard For The Money '83 Remix)
16. Madonna vs. Katy Perry - Ghosttown (Luin's Duo Souls Mix)
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London based remixer/producer. OKJames' (a.k.a. James Loosemore) first official remix was for music legend Holly Johnson's remix album "Club Europa". This was followed up by a remix for NY-based Bright Light Bright Light's remix album "Life Is Hard". OKJames has since remixed a variety of artists including Marcella Detroit, KC and the Sunshine Band, Martin Degville, Minute Taker, Lostchild, Fuzzbox and Tight Fit, to name a few. He's currently working on his first album and you can check out his remix catalogue on spotify:
London based remixer/producer, a.k.a. D'LuxeDJ. Affiliated with Madonna Remixers United.
(From www.madonnaremixersunited.com) I have been interested in sound since I was a small kid. One of my earliest memories is hearing I Feel Love by Donna Summer and being blown away by that awesome bassline thumping between the speakers. I used to listen to one speaker, then the other and then just sit in the middle of them in wonderment.
Madonna has been a part of my musical discovery for 35 years now. Her music has been the soundtrack to my life for so long that I would be lost without it.
Remixing her songs brings me so much joy. I cannot begin to describe how healing the process is. Whatever is going on in my life, the excitement, passion and joy that I feel when I start a new remix is always the same.
Madonna's music has fuelled my love of music production. Don't get me wrong, as an artist she unparalleled. But as I've said before, the release of You Can Dance changed everything for me.
I was kind of aware of remixes before that album, after that I became obsessed. Those glory days of the early 90s, Shep Pettibone, Madonna pushing boundaries... Amazing.
I used remix on a tape to tape deck, chopping stuff up, extending... All the while wanting to to create a whole new sound. Finally, in 2001 I got my first Mac and I've never looked back.
California based remixer/producer. Affiliated with Madonna Remixers United.
(From www.madonnaremixersunited.com) Growing up in Idaho in the 80s it wasn’t long before I ditched the toys and picked up a boombox. From a very early age my interests became consumed with music. My cousins had inherited a massive record collection in the mid 80s and I was obsessed with exploring and experiencing new music. It wasn’t long before my focus changed from the Muppets to Madonna. I spent my adolescent years loving music and loving Madonna, often saving my lunch money so I could buy albums from the Sam Goody. When I was in my early 20s, I moved to New York City. I attended clubs like the Roxy and the Tunnel just to hear the latest remixes of Madonna and others. I was very interested in the concept of reinventing music to suit the dance floor and looked up to the DJs. Later when I moved to Minneapolis, I reconnected with my uncle who was a club DJ for 25 years. He would make arrangements for me to be admitted to his clubs and events even though I was underage. At the door they would have me on the list as “DJ’s Nephew” something I didn’t think much about at the time, but when I started club djing I realized it would be the perfect moniker. It was around 2005 when I purchased my first Digital Audio Workstation and began making mixshows, mashups, and remixes. My first was “Madonna – Get Into the Minimal Groove”; a mashup of Madonna and the Pet Shop Boys. The remix was surprising popular and I did a few more before my focus shifted to club djing. Around 2012 I stopped club djing and spent my time learning more about music theory and production. Today I am happy to say I am a song writer and music producer. I am writing my own music and creating my own sounds. It is thrilling to continue making new and unique Madonna mixes as well as other contemporary artists. I prefer not to repeat what Madonna and others have already done; I am interested in changing the sounds, not recreating them. I hope to open eyes and ears to a world of unique ideas and sounds. I look forward to sharing much more in the future.
Love Always NEPH•EW