Mitt Romney has announced that he’s pulling out of the race for the White House. Don’t get too excited. It’s just a remix of his RNC speech, put together by the legendary YouTuber cassetteboy. If only Obama and Romney would both drop out and we could have a Ron Paul party. Until then, the video [...]
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Melodysheep is quickly turning into one of the web’s most notorious autotune remix masters. After teaming up with PBS recently, he has taken on a life of his own. This effort, entitled “Be Water My Friend,” remixes classic Bruce Lee footage and quotes from the famous martial arts maestro. So far, this video has accumulated [...]
Remember those two adorable dancing twin baby girls from the other day? Well, what if instead of dancing to their daddy’s guitar, they were dancing to “What Is Love?” This is what it might look like. “Me? Him? Me? Him? Me? Him?”
Now that PBS Digital Studios has given us delightful remixes of both Mister Rogers and painter Bob Ross, they’ve just released another new instant classic. This time, they pay homage to television chef Julia Child on what would have been her 100th birthday (yesterday). Here is “Keep on Cooking,” remixed by John D. Boswell, aka [...]
Internet mixmaster Pogo is back with another killer track. This time, he’s taken some clips from “The Wizard of Oz” and remixed them, in the way that only Pogo can. Pogo himself actually stars in the video for the first time. Check it out below.
YouTube user NCISMelanie must have a LOT of free time on her hands. This uber-House M.D. fan has put together a 7-minute video featuring one clip from all 177 episodes of the FOX medical dramedy. This is a must-see super-remix for any die-hard House fans. Check it out below.
The folks over at PBS Digital Studios have once again worked their magic. After first giving us the brilliant auto-tuned tribute to Mister Rogers, they’ve now remixed the one and only Bob Ross. Ross was the host of The Joy of Painting program on PBS, which originally ran from 1983 to 1994. Even after Ross’ death in 1995, [...]
Well, I suppose if you’re going to make yet another remix of “Call Me Maybe,” it had better at least be a good one – and this one is killer. What do you get if you cross the infectious Carly Rae Jepsen hit with Rihanna‘s “California King Bed?” You get the truly magnificent remix below. [...]