I've been back and forth about this remix. A-Trak is trying hard and I think if I was looking for a fairly typical synth-heavy floor destroyer this would be good. It's definitely growing on me with re-listens.
Bootie Blog put out its May top-10 list and it's mostly things I haven't heard before. The blog lets you stream the whole list, which I generally don't recommend but this month is not bad. I only out-and-out-skip two of the tracks because I can't abide either Foreigner or large doses (like more than about 5 seconds) of Katy Perry. So those two are out, but the other 8 are pretty good. Of the eight, two are worth direct links:
Dylan Vasey puts together a big-ass 8-way mega-mash featuring several of today's female pop voices (yes, including Ms Perry, shush you). He's got a good underlying kick beat and weaves the vocal bits in and out with LMFAO making fun of the whole mess. I can't help grinning and bopping along to this one.
Earlier I noted that A-Trak had failed to do anything novel in his "New Lands" remix; this track is more like what I was looking for. Forme (http://www.formemusic.com/) - an Italian mixer - here produces an amazing dance-floor destroyer by combining the high-energy Skrillex "Bangarang" with... well, you should listen and not have me spoil it for you. Just suffice it to say it's not your typical mash-up.
Wax Audio's third album (Mashopolis III) is now available for free download. I listened to one or two tracks earlier this week and wasn't that taken by it. But listening to the entire stream is a different experience. It's a trip down memory lane, a loving homage to anthemic big rock of the 80s. Queen, U2, Dio, Slayer, and Europe all feature prominently, mixed and mashed against other classics as well as a few modern sounds and live bits done with the stadium-audience noise. (Yes, Nirvana is now classic rock; deal with it.) If you can't listen to the whole thing, you should at least try "Lady Judas" to get a feel for what you're missing.