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Eclectic Method: Fly on Your Head

Eclectic Method: Fly on Your Head

We try to avoid politics here on, but we think most people agree that the winner of the 2020 U.S. Vice Presidential debate was the fly that parked it on Mike Pence’s head. Remixer Eclectic Method got to work quickly recapping the most notable event of the night with this amusing little ditty, vocalized by Kamala Harris herself.

Bob Marley Remix

Bob Marley Remix

Bob Marley music has a distinctively reggae sound. But in the hands of electronic remix artist Eclectic Method, it takes on a whole new vibe. This wonderfully chill edit was actually put together back in 2004, but the Method’s Jonny Wilson says he forgot to upload it until now.

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RHCP Remix

RHCP Remix

Thanks to the arcane copyright policing on YouTube, remixers like Jonny Wilson of Eclectic Method have found it harder to post content. His solution, keep the sound snippets so short that nobody can recognize them. His mashup of Red Hot Chili Peppers tracks maintains all of their texture, but none of their melodies.

Eclectic Method: Jimi Remix

Eclectic Method: Jimi Remix

YouTube has some pretty strict rules about including copyrighted music in videos, but if the snippets are short enough, you can get away with it. To see what he could get away with, remix artist Eclectic Method decided to make a whole new song entirely out of tiny bits of Jimi Hendrix tracks.

Eclectic Method: Shaun of the Dead

Eclectic Method: Shaun of the Dead

(PG-13: Language) Keep together, stay sharp, and follow me. The undead and Halloween go together like peanut butter and chocolate. So to celebrate the holiday, Eclectic Method did up a little mix of sounds from the Edgar Wright zombie comedy classic.

Eclectic Method: Road Mash

Eclectic Method: Road Mash

Remixer Eclectic Method teamed up with the DJs of Gamerdisco to create this fun dance track made up from the sounds featured in various old school racing games, like OutRun, Wipeout, Hard Drivin’, and one of our favorites, the classic smash ’em up Burnout.

Eclectic Method: Boom Bang

Eclectic Method: Boom Bang

Musician and video artist Jonny Wilson of Eclectic Method decided to soften the devastating blow of war movies by replacing the sounds of guns, explosions, and war machines with joyful sound effects made by little kids.

Apollo 11 Remix

Apollo 11 Remix

On July 16, 1969 at 8:32 am Eastern Time, Apollo 11 lifted off and headed towards the moon. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of this groundbreaking mission, and astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins, Eclectic Method created a track using sound samples from the mission and the events leading up to it.

Eclectic Method: #IT

Eclectic Method: #IT

Eclectic Method steals a page from Daft Punk’s Technologic with a track comprised of sound bites in which people use the word “it.” It’s amazing how such a simple two-letter word can be so good at establishing a rhythm. Also, we guess he really wants us to hashtag IT.

Eclectic Method: Just One Note

Eclectic Method: Just One Note

With lawsuits taking down musicians for sampling even the tiniest sound bites, remix artist Eclectic Method decided to see if YouTube’s copyright ID system would flag his video for including samples of less than 0.5 seconds each from more than 100 artists.

Eclectic Method: Infinity War Remix

Eclectic Method: Infinity War Remix

Eclectic Method’s latest remix uses chopped up footage and sounds from Avengers: Infinity War, and manages to capture and amplify the intensity of Marvel’s grandest and darkest film, with a driving backbeat comprised of some of the film’s biggest beatdowns.

Movie Line Rhymes 2

Movie Line Rhymes 2

(PG-13: Language) Remixer Eclectic Method gathered up clips from a bunch of great movies and did his best connect their scenes based on words that rhyme. For more movie line rhymes check out Screen Werks’ similar vid.

Eclectic Method X SEGA Genesis

Eclectic Method X SEGA Genesis

To celebrate the release of SEGA Genesis Classics, musician and remixer Eclectic Method teamed up with the video game company to create a special track containing sound samples from classic 16-bit games, accompanied by an awesome pixel art video.

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A Die Hard Christmas Remix

A Die Hard Christmas Remix

(PG-13: Language) Eclectic Method’s latest remix reminds us that Die Hard is truly required viewing each holiday season, right there alongside A Christmas Story, another movie in which one of the protagonist’s main objectives is acquiring firearms despite the odds.

Hot Ones Hot Sauce Hot Mix

Hot Ones Hot Sauce Hot Mix

Dab… dab… dab… it. Eclectic Method kicks it up a notch and turns his remix attention to one of the web’s biggest hit series, Hot Ones, as host Sean Evans asks guests the tough questions while testing their intestinal fortitude.

Indiana Jones Remix

Indiana Jones Remix

Eclectic Method presents a house music remix created entirely from sound effects captured from the Indiana Jones movies, including burping up monkey brain soup. You can download an MP3 of the track here. Snakes… Why did it have to be snakes?

Eclectic Method: Workout Mix

Eclectic Method: Workout Mix

Hear me now and believe me later. Eclectic Method is here to PUMP YOU UP. Fitness fanatics will want to add this remix track to their workout tunes playlists. It’s got a good beat to exercise too, and is comprised of sounds from workout scenes in movies.

Eclectic Method: Kung Fu Remix

Eclectic Method: Kung Fu Remix

Your Kung Fu is not good enough! Step up your Arrow Fists and Double Dragons with Eclectic Method’s latest track, diced and sliced from a collection of classic and not-so-classic martial arts fight sequences.

Eclectic Method: Game Weapons

Eclectic Method: Game Weapons

Rather than using sound bites from another movie or TV show, this Eclectic Method track is made primarily from weaponfire and reloading sounds from first-person shooters. As long as it doesn’t include the incessant microphone chatter of 10-year-olds, we’re good.

Eclectic Method: Kung Fury

Eclectic Method: Kung Fury

Get hit by lightning and bitten by a cobra as Eclectic Method takes us on another journey back to the ’80s. The awesomely synthwaved-out remix of sounds from Laser Unicorns‘ 2015 breakout hit Kung Fury makes us want to watch the whole movie again right now.

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Eclectic Method: Ted Remix

Eclectic Method: Ted Remix

(PG-13: Language) Seth McFarlane’s anthropomorphic teddy bear swears his ass off and beats the spit out of Mark Wahlberg in Eclectic Method’s latest remix. That sample of McFarlane’s Boston howl needs to come standard with every synthesizer.

Remix in the Matrix

Remix in the Matrix

“Your weakness is not your technique. It is doubt, and disbelief.” Eclectic Method chopped up bits of dialogue and sound effects from The Matrix to create this groovy EDM track that gives us another reason to watch some of our favorite movie moments of all time.

Eclectic Method: Cartman

Eclectic Method: Cartman

(PG-13: Language) Shut up hippies! The master of remixes takes on everyone’s favorite festively plump, pot pie eating, fishstick-loving loudmouth, with an epic cut of soundbites taken from some of Eric Cartman’s rudest, crudest, and most obnoxious moments on South Park.

Eclectic Method: Dr. Strangelove

Eclectic Method: Dr. Strangelove

Eclectic Method teamed up with Martyn Ware to remix of one of our all-time favorite movies, Stanley Kubrick’s dark comedy, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. The march-inspired drumbeats are the perfect complement to the military theme.

Eclectic Method: Transformers

Eclectic Method: Transformers

Using only sounds found in Michael Bay’s bombastic Transformers’ flicks, Eclectic Method created an EDM track that will have you gyrating your hips on the dance floor to the beat of giant robots beating the crap out of each other.

Eclectic Method: Weird Science

Eclectic Method: Weird Science

Go back to the ’80s with this catchy remix of memorable scenes and sound bites from Weird Science, the movie that made millions of horny boys think they could conjure up the girl of their dreams by hacking into a government computer and wearing bras on their heads.

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