Luc Besson’s The Fifth Element is second only to Caddyshack as the most quotable film of all time. And after listening to Eclectic Method’s latest remix where he re-assembles the sci-fi classic into another catchy earworm, you’ll be unwittingly singing “multi-pass” for hours.
Have you ever found yourself listening to some classic 70s funk, rock, or disco and suddenly recognized a portion of the song you swear you’ve heard elsewhere? As YouTube’s Daftworld reveals, it was probably in a Daft Punk track, given the duo’s almost bizarrely impressive ability to turn classic samples into electro…
Mr. Rogers was a fixture in the homes of millions of children from 1968-2001. Most of us spent our formative years in his neighborhood. So it's only fitting that he's gotten one of the most delightful tributes we've ever seen.
One of my favorite-ever songs, Golden Years by David Bowie, will be released as an iPhone app for fans to remix and create their own "oddities." Speaking of oddities, if you can't wait until June 6th when the Golden Years app is released, you can try your hand at the Space Oddity one for $2 now.
You've never heard Disney like this: the sampled sounds of Snow White remixed, reshuffled, and refitted into a soaring trip-hop beat. And wait until you hear Harry Potter.