22.06.11 by Jeff

Bloom (Disney Remix)

Nick Bertke (aka Pogo) is back again, slicing and dicing vocal samples and musical chords from various Disney films. Dear Nick, please remix Studio Ghibli films next!

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See Pogo’s brilliant Wonderland Remix that started it all here.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Ami

    I would love love LOVE to see a Studio Ghibli remix done!

  • Mina

    This is amazing!! Ghibli would be awesome

  • lapetitefaon

    AHHHHHHH YES YES YES!!!! To your idea Jeff! Please My Neighbor Totoro my favorite! That would be amazing, of course this is beautiful too!

    • yea i need to see Totoro remixed

  • Oh! Excellent! Love it! :)

  • Magda

    I LOVE HIS SONGS
    EVERYONE GET TO HIS WEBSITE THERE IS MORE GOODNESS FOR YOUR IPOD TO ENJOY!

  • Parker

    That beat is hypnotizing.

  • Monolith

    If he remixed a Ghibli film I would not even bother listening to any other piece of music. This man is a genius.

  • Emily

    Do I hear the female voice from Portal in there?

  • I just played this I was next to my mother as she was talking on the phone, she started dancing and moving in the seat while she was on the phone.

  • I love those remixes and YES a remix with studio Ghibli would be stunning.

  • agreed about Ghibli films…

    • this is the best song ever

  • That was awesome, I wasn’t really sure what to expect, but that was a brilliant piece of music and must have taken so long to master. Would be even more impressive if you could make a Disney Dubstep remix with Disney characters, I would love to hear that!

  • ooooh!I love it!

  • Aw, I love Pogo.

  • A remix of Mononoke would be so great.

  • Pogo + Ghibli + My ears = Mind rape

  • Pogo is such a boss.

  • Terrel

    absolutly beautiful :’)

  • fantastic!

  • Ha Kyeoungmin

    amazing I’ve ever never listened!





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