Electro artist Pretty Lights (a.k.a. Derek Smith) has smashed together Radiohead's "Everything in Its Right Place," Nirvana's "All Apologies," and Nine Inch Nails' "Closer" into a slow-rolling, dark megamix. The track is the first single off Smith's 2011 Remixes collection and is somehow available for download on Pretty Lights' website (we're no copyright lawyers, but it seems like it'd be tough to get the rights to distribute music from three top-selling rock acts). Girl Talk may make mashup music for dance parties, but this mix is better suited for zoning out. Various parts of the three original tracks stand out at different points of the five-minute track and it gets a little dub-steppy after the four-minute mark:
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