MP3 Scientific American - “Mass Dstrction v.4”
posted by June 26 at 11:46 AMon
Scientific American is the production alias of Seattle’s Andrew Rohrmann. Indie rockers might know him as that dude who remixed Modest Mouse/764-HERO’s heartbreaking Valentine’s Day opus “Whenever You See Fit.” But Scientific American also stays busy scoring television commercials and making his copyright defying “Mass Dstrction” mixes.
Scientific American is like Seattle’s brainy answer to Girl Talk. And while Gregg Gillis may get all the critical love for his post-mash up mayhem, the “Mass Dstrction” mixes are just as packed with pilfered audio, just as artfully cut up, and maybe just a little less populist/maximalist.
This latest entry in the series goes like this:
mary j blige
ying yang twins
keak da sneak
ll cool j
riow arai + nongenetic
busta rhymes/janet jackson