Don't worry we haven't gone soft here at Red Cup. Though we aren't fans of the ladies' original work, we are known to be fans of upcoming producers unofficially reimagining the context of these mainstream female vocalists (check out previous Red Cup posts featuring Ifan Dafydd's take on Amy Winehouse and Lapalux's twist on Gwen Stefani). This time it's the Lady of Pop (not even sure if that's her official media title) and the Comeback Queen of Pop (we came up with that) that fall victim to indie bootlegging by the likes of Indigo Bunting and Korallreven respectively.
First off it's Wichita resident's Indigo Bunting's take on Gaga's "Monster", whose original melody is sucked out and reinterpreted through pitch manipulation only to be grafted with a hyperactive 'bass' beat. Listen to Lady Gaga's "Monster" (Indigo Bunting's Panoramic Juke Bootleg) below:Lady Gaga - Monster (Indigo Bunting's PANORAMIC Juke Bootleg) by INDIGO BUNTING
Next up is Swedish balearic duo Korallreven's huge remix of Britney's "'Till The World Ends". The Swedes leave Britney's vocal intact and plant it in one of their huge atmospheric soundscapes before they introduce a massive drum beat right around the middle. Listen to Britney Spears' "Till The World Ends (Korallreven Remix)" below:Britney Spears, "Till The World Ends (Korallreven Remix)" by The FADER