Super Mash Bros. Present: Mile(y) High Club

BY BRANDON DOYLE

FEB. 8, 2012

Popular music mash-up artists, the Super Mash Bros., are not your typical musical group.  The ‘bros’ are made up of two men, DJs Dick Fink and Nicholas Fenmore, who mix songs together to create their own music.  The duo just released their newest mixtape titled, Mile(y) High Club, on Feb. 2, 2012.

The mixtape is comprised of 16 songs, but when listening, the mixtape never seems to change tracks.  This is because the 16-song mixtape plays as one, hour-long song.  The seemingly flawless transition from song to song allows its listeners to enjoy the mixtape without pause.  The mixtape is targeted towards college

Mile(y) High Club

students, as evident by many of the titles of each track.  The tracks “Top Fun (Highway To The Rager Zone) is referring to a party, but is also a funny pun on popular Tom Cruise movie, Top Gun.  Other titles include; “Tour de Franzia (From Boxed Wine To The Big Time)”, “Forty Days & FourLoko Nights”, “Blame It On The Adderall”, “The Last Cup Is Always The Hardest”, and “Paranormal Frativity.”

Although geared towards college students, the mixtape samples a variety of different artists, and even a television show.  Phil Collins, Tupac, Lil Wayne, Lady GaGa, Roscoe Dash, Taylor Swift, The Backstreet Boys, Avicii, Ludacris, music from the Broadway show Rent, Buzz Lightyear, and even the theme song from The Rugrats are just a few of the sounds you might hear throughout playback.  The mixtape is unlike any other mixtape produced by the Super Mash Bros., with each song sampling more than just two or three songs, like their previously released music.

With the addition of Mile(y) High Club to their musical collection, the Super Mash Bros. have provided their fans with more free music than before.  If you do not have this mixtape, you are missing out.

Mile(y) High Club is free to download.

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  1. #1 by Pablo on February 14, 2012 - 3:07 PM

    NIce review Brandon. Good structure, and more importantly, I know what to expect when I listen to the album for the first time. Maybe you should say that it’s public domain before linking to the download?

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