American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An audio recording that is a composite of samples from other recordings, usually from different musical styles.
“Point being, The Smurfs can take solace that it somewhat over-performed this weekend, while the Jon Favreau genre mash-up may go down as one of the bigger whiffs of the summer season.”
“Powerful, world-changing ideas were exchanged during the 2011 Nexus Global Youth Summit, simply from the "mash-up" of young and eager philanthropists and social entrepreneurs who want to change the world.”
“The ambitious network correspondent sleeping with the president's husband is a mash-up of all those hot White House newsbabes.”
“The mash-up with "Sesame Street" highlights one aspect of Willow Smith's song: It's a black girl proudly declaring her love for her hair.”
“The video is a shorter mash-up of media figures echoing Democrats 'disapproval of Conway's "Aqua Buddha" ad.”
“Johnny Hiro vol. 1, by Fred Chao, AdHouse: Charming genre mash-up comics grounded by a wonderful romantic relationship between young lovers trying to make their way in the big city.”
“With its demented mash-up style, Transformers 3 is the strangest, most atomised and hybridised mainstream American movie since Richard Kelly's nutty Southland Tales, which it rivals in its blissful incoherence and in its insane, unselfconscious and probably unachievable pop-culty ambitions.”
“The result is a mash-up of 9 To 5, Strangers On A Train and The Hangover, and as usual, Bateman's dry wit is an oasis of calm in a movie full of showy comic turns from Spacey, Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell and others.”
“The creatures peering out from the round hole on the cover of "A Place to Call Home" Candlewick, 34 pages, $16.99 are not mice, exactly, or chipmunks, or rabbits, but a cheerful mash-up of all three.”
“It's a cheerful, seizure-inducing temporal mash-up pulsating along to a bouncy chip-tune soundtrack," says Rob Hearn.”
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