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#MashupMonday Featuring Travis Trax’s ‘Stay With Summertime Sadness’

Once again, it's #MashupMonday and today we are bringing you some great tracks from artists such as Travis Trax, Kap Slap, and Bruneaux.

Travis Trax released his mashup of Lana Del Ray's song “Summertime Sadness (Cedric Garvais Remix)” and Nick Rockwell's “Stay With You Tonight” in mid-March earlier this year. With the popularity of Lana Del Ray's song it's no wonder why we would be given great mashups such as this.

Kap Slap, known for mixing many popular mainstream songs with cutting edge electro has also recently released his mashup entitled “I Love Playing Hard”. This track features “I Love It” (Cobra Starship Remix) by Icona Pop as well as Play Hard (Albert Neve Remix) by David Guetta.

Finally on this week's #MasupMonday, Bruneaux's track “Alive In Technicolor”. This is a very interesting mashup that I have listened to quite a few times. This isn't your usual heavy drop, alternate chorus mashup. This mashup is very relaxing and mixes trakcs by Krewella, Coldplay, The Beatles and Zedd to create a must hear sound.

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