2012-05-04T13:27:28+00:00 2012-05-07T16:37:12+00:00

3LAU – "Petty Language"

We're huge fans of 3LAU here at EARMILK, and we are fortunate to have grabbed his newest track "Petty Language" to share with Earmilk listeners. 3LAU has taken Porter Robinson's "Language" and blended it with Carly Rae Jepson's popular track "Call Me Maybe." The two songs sound like they were made for one another. This is yet another prime example as to why 3LAU has such a huge future in the EDM industry. He created this track well before all of the other remixes came out including "Call Me Maybe," but has waited to release his version until now. We're glad that we got a hold of it to share. The track will definitely supplement any partying you plan on doing this weekend. Enjoy!!

Download: Porter Robinson vs Carly Rae Jepsen – Petty Language (3LAU Edit)

Be sure to check out 3LAU at a venue near you (and be sure to follow him as he adds more shows to the mix as time goes on):

May 5th: Pepper Lounge – St. Louis, MO
May 12th: Boulder Theater – Boulder, CO
June 16th: Soldier Field – Chicago, IL
July 12th: Indian Lookout Country Club – Mariaville, NY
July 20th: Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO
August 31st: Randall's Island Park – New York, NY
Electronic · Mash Up


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  • perfect.  next to the mashup definition online put this song. This is how you keep it simple but elevate both songs to the next level

    David Hickey May 4, 2012 5:49 PM Reply
  • Wow, this really sucks ass. No creativity or innovation in this track at all. This is "Call Me Maybe" directly on top of "Language".

    Do you really think this is interesting? Language is completely unedited! The vocal cuts are completely unedited!

    Its pretty pathetic and gives remix culture a really, really bad name.

    meowmeowmeow May 4, 2012 5:50 PM Reply
    • dude… It's an edit. Not a Bootleg. Chill, you're lucky he released it as it's just something he uses in sets.

      Anonymous May 5, 2012 5:27 PM Reply
    • Yeah this is my first time on Earmilk and I'm really doubting their credibility if they say this is good.

      JackGhent August 15, 2012 4:27 PM Reply
  • next to the definition of mashup online should be this song. perfect example of how to keep a song simple, but blend it so that you elevate it to another level. 3lau, going places

    David Hickey May 4, 2012 5:51 PM Reply
  • My favorite is Call Me Greyhound by Kap Slap…. and wait 3LAU is playing at Red Rocks??? Or are they just an opener?…

    Fc May 4, 2012 6:52 PM Reply
  • go support 3lau on Beatport, he's donating all proceeds for "Back To New" to Pencils of Promise 

    kg May 4, 2012 9:48 PM Reply
  • @8d48fd4cd31f12a0555d07fd94f25dd0:disqus  meowmeowmeow

    I prefer a really simple mashup any day compared to all the contrived, over-crowded stuff we hear on a regular basis. I will play this mashup in a set, and I can rarely say that for most mashes.

    OVO May 5, 2012 4:48 PM Reply
    • t u

      khovie August 16, 2012 7:12 AM Reply
  • I also did a mashup that includes "Language" and "Call me maybe" a few weeks ago although it has more songs too… Please check it out!


    tuto May 7, 2012 12:30 AM Reply

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