Mashup Mondays: Bilal

Bilal Rocks 'Tainted Love'

In this week's Mashup Monday, Philly's Bilal and his band turns Soft Cell's early 80s hit "Tainted Love" into a fully rock-and-R&B jam complete with epic guitar solo.
Mashup Mondays: Mary Mary

Mary Mary Covers Bruno Mars

in this week's Mashup Monday the soulful voices of the Mary Mary sisters turn Bruno Mars' hit "Just The Way You Are" into an ode of parental love.
Grace Potter Belts Out Beyonce

Grace Potter Belts Out Beyonce

"Beyoncé is becoming my hero," Grace Potter confided after leading her band, the Nocturnals, through an inspired, rootsy acoustic rendition of B's "Why Don't You Love Me," in this week's Mashup Monday.
Mashup Mondays: The Duke Spirit

The Duke Spirit Remakes Robyn

The Duke Spirit frontwoman Leila Moss convinced the band to pick up their acoustic guitars and tackle Robyn's dance hit, "Dancing On My Own," in this week's Mashup Monday.
Mashup Mondays: Plain White T's

Plain White T's 'Forget' Cee Lo Green

Plain White T's use sunny acoustic guitars and falsetto harmonies to get poppy with Cee Lo Green's catchy retro-soulful hit, "Forget You," in this week's installment of Mashup Mondays.
Mashup Mondays: Miguel

Miguel Goes "Against" Britney Spears

"I'm not sure what Britney's reaction is going to be, but I hope she digs it" says R&B songwriter Miguel of covering Ms. Spears' current blockbuster "Hold It Against Me."
Mashup Mondays: Katie Costello

Katie Costello Keys Up Weezer

Armed with a pair of keyboards and her own delicate voice, Katie Costello reimagines Weezer's alt-rock classic, "Island In The Sun" in this week's Mashup Monday.
Mashup Mondays: K.Flay

K. Flay Reawakens The Zombies

This week's Mashup Monday brings you a true collision of genres as American rapper K. Flay brings her sultry singing voice, rhymes, laptop and sequencer to bear on a gem from the '60s British Invasion: "Time Of The Season."
The Rural Alberta Advantage Unplugs ABBA

The Rural Alberta Advantage Unplugs ABBA

The last thing you'd expect in a cover of ABBA's uber-upbeat 1975 pop megahit is a melancholy ballad, but that's exactly what the indie rockers The Rural Alberta Advantage had in store.

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