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God, I miss Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, specifically Titus Andromedon. “Pinot Noir” is my jam. Fingers crossed Tina Fey has an equally, if not, better song for Season 2. The Netflix comedy needs to return sooner rather than later.

Clearly, I’m not the only one going through withdrawals. A YouTube user has masterfully inserted footage of Charlize Theron’s Mad Max: Fury Road character, Imperator Furiosa, in the extended opening credits of the comedy series.

It’s remarkable how the theme song lyrics about the Indiana Mole Women also apply to Furiosa and Immortan Joe’s wives. ‘Females are strong as hell.’ Indeed they are. Check out the mashup video below.

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DJ Earworm is best known for his wicked year-end mashups featuring the biggest songs of the past year. Who knew he was such a Carrie Underwood fan? Given his love for everything electro-pop and dance, I would’ve never guessed. But apparently he just adores the American Idol Season 4 winner so much, he created a four-minute homage to her.

He crafted a video mashup highlighting the 32-year-old country sensation’s biggest hits including “Something in the Water,” “Little Toy Guns,” “Blown Away,” “Before He Cheats,” “Jesus, Take the Wheel,” “Two Black Cadillacs,” “Good Girl,” “Cowboy Casanova,” “See You Again,” “Wasted,” “So Small,” “All-American Girl,” “Last Name,” “Undo It” and more. Check it out below.

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DJ Earworm, in my opinion, is one of the best mashup artists around. He never ceases to amaze me. Definitely wish I had his mad skills.

In honor of this weekend’s Grammy Awards, the talented DJ crafted a short video mashup for E!’s Live at the Red Carpet special. Check out his latest masterpiece below featuring some of this year’s nominated acts.

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Every year DJ Earworm takes the 25 biggest songs of the year, according to Billboard, and creates a wicked mashup. It’s one of the things I look forward most to during the holiday season. Unlike previous years, the 2013 edition titled “Living The Fantasy” is a bit more mellow and subdued. There’s usually one piece of music DJ Earworm picks as the basis for every mashup. This year he primarily used Swedish House Mafia’s “Don’t You Worry Child.”

“It’s a little darker-themed, I think,” he explained in an interview with Billboard. “The ballads seem to be a lot more present than they have been in many years, and the dance music is having less strong of a pull.”

It’s not my favorite of his, but he’s still one of the best mashup artists out there. Personally, I much prefer his peppy and upbeat Summer 2013 edition. When I hear a mashup, I want to dance my ass off. I suppose DJ Earworm’s creation is a reflection of people’s changing musical tastes. EDM which was once unstoppable on the pop charts has begun to dwindle in popularity. Check out “United State of Pop 2013 (Living the Fantasy)” below.

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After a year off, The Sing-Off returns for a fourth season to NBC this Christmas. Season 3 winners Pentatonix have gradually become the singing competition’s Kelly Clarkson by being the most successful out of the bunch. Since winning two years ago, their debut EP debuted at No. 14 with a brand new one dropping this week. In addition, they’ve appeared in numerous YouTube videos which have gone viral.

One of their best is the epic “Evolution of Beyoncé” which chronicled the “Irreplaceable” singer’s discography all the way from her Destiny’s Child days to her “Grown Woman” era. Their a capella medley was genius. Apparently, Ellen Degeneres thought so too. She brought them on her show Monday to perform it for a live studio audience. Not surprisingly, it’s pitch perfect. Check it out below, along with the original and their interpretation of the evolution of music. That’s brilliant as well.

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Is it Christmas and no one told me? Because these are a few of my favorite things all coming together. Cue Julie Andrews ;)

The Saturdays minus Frankie Sanford (I’m assuming she’s still on maternity leave) stopped by BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge to promote their current Top 5 UK hit “Disco Love.” It’s arguably one of my favorite tracks from the British girl group. Reminds me of a camping trip I took this summer.

As part of their two-song acoustic set, Rochelle Humes, Una Healy, Mollie King and Vanessa White performed a mashup of Drake’s “Hold On We’re Gone Home,” TLC’s “No Scrubs” and Destiny’s Child’s “Survivor.” The vocals aren’t perfect by any means, but if you’re a fan, you’ll enjoy it. Check out both performances below.

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Miley Cyrus and Sinead O’Connor may be embroiled in an epic feud at the moment, but musically… they’re in perfect harmony. Along with DJ Earworm and Girl Talk, Robin Skouteris is one of my favorite mixmasters. The Greek DJ is a master when fusing his music selections together. His latest combines Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball” and O’Connor’s “Nothing Compares 2 U.” It’s definitely a keeper. If you like what you hear, you can download it and add it to your library.

Before you listen to the mashup, here’s a little background on the ladies’ tension. It all began when Miley stated her latest video was similar to Sinead’s classic. O’Connor responded with a lengthy open letter which Miley didn’t take too kindly to. Since then, Miley has retailed with tweets with Sinead responding with more open letters. Their forms of communication certainly highlight their generational gap, doesn’t it. If you want a play-by-play of their feud, here’s a good summary.

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Prior to hearing their wicked cover mashup featuring Miley Cyrus and Billy Ray Cyrus tracks, I had never heard of Bastille. Since then, I’ve been a fan of the English band. For their latest single, the group decided to do another cover. This time they’ve mashed up two classic 90s dance tracks and transformed them into a beautifully somber creation. Corona’s “Rhythm of the Night” and Snap!’s “Rhythm Is A Dancer” are practically unrecognizable.

Naturally, the accompanying music video for “Of The Night” is equally ominous. The lead character is a detective investigating a series of murders. It’s dark, gloomy and brooding. A perfect visual for the moody track. It’s not completely dark though. The dead bodies sing. It’s “Thriller” without all the dancing and Michael Jackson of course ;) Check it out below.

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