Insane Skrillex Mash-Up Layers 19 Songs, Is Surprisingly Listenable [Video]

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There’s something Internet-y about dubstep. There’s also something Internet-y about needless excess, like mashing up 19 Skrillex songs with no pitch shifting, and playing 11 of them simultaneously just because you can. The result is, astonishingly, not mind-numbingly horrible; I’ll let you draw your own conclusions as to what that says about dubstep on the whole. That said, the only thing missing from this video is maybe a cat — no — recursive cats. Now that would be a Frankenstein’s mash-up worth writing home about.

(via World of Wonder)

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