Girl Talk Releases "All Day"

Girl Talk All Day - Album CoverMash-up artist Gregg Gillis, affectionately known by millions as Girl Talk, released his latest album All Day earlier today. I couldn’t be more excited. On All Day, Gillis mashes up tracks like Cali Swag District’s “Teach Me How to Dougie” to the 1987 hit “Jane Says,” Portishead with Big Boi, and Lady Gaga with Aphex Twin. His ability to make an un-danceable song danceable is pretty amazing. I’m sure a couple of these songs will find themselves on your weekend playlist.

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Gregg 'Girl Talk' Gillis Live at Yale's Spring Fling Festival

Gregg Gillis Girl TalkGregg Gillis, aka Girl Talk, has been known to frequently perform on college campuses and take over the college music scene. In fact, he got his start performing shows on the weekends while still a student at Case Western Reserve University. He eventually went on to graduate, and get a job as an engineer before quitting in 2007 to concentrate on music full time.

Just last month, he was one of three big artists who performed at Yale’s annual Spring Fling festival (the other two being N.E.R.D. and Wale). As expected, Girl Talk got the crowd bumping (and sweating) with his unique dance remixes and eclectic persona. Thanks to the guys over at freeculturemusic, the live recordings of Girl Talk at Yale have now been released for your listening pleasure. He performs a bunch of his classic hits the way you’re used to hearing them, as well as other tracks with subtle variations that only happen during his live sets. Enjoy.

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New Girl Talk Album 'Feed the Animals' Released for Download Radiohead Style

Our prayers have been answered. Greg Gillis, aka Girl Talk, is back and better than ever. On June 19th 2008, Feed the Animals Album Arthis new album entitled Feed the Animals was put up for download. This is the fourth album by the mashup king who is signed to Illegal Art. The delivery system is the same pay-what-you-want style that Radiohead pioneered with the release of their In Rainbows album.

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