Kaskade recently reinstated Mashup Monday, a fan favorite and instant pick-me-up for the Monday blues. This week’s offering combines two massive hits, Kaskade’s “Turn It Down” and Nicky Romero’s “Toulouse.” Although some parts of the mashup feel a bit disconnected, the hard and soft elements blend surprisingly well (for the most part). Per usual, the track is available for free download via Kaskade’s SoundCloud.
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