Paired with Anamanguchi, which could be described as what would happen if your 8-bit Nintendo ate the Top 40 chart. They kept the crowd energized, swaying and interested, which is the best you could hope for when the headliner comes on stage at 11:45PM. But the main course did not disappoint and the audience, who all looked very much under the age of 22, were ready to party. Increasingly, mash-up does seem to please that demographic, as it's a combination of all of the music they really like and still enables them to experience it in a live concert setting. SMB and their crowd were intensely linked the entire night, music lovers to DJ's.
Overall, there are a lot of mash-up artists to choose from, and they all have their strengths and weaknesses, and they're definitely not for everyone, but the SMB and their brand of merging classics or current hits with songs that you would suspect are borderline impossible to dance to, are going to be around for a very long time. You can catch their next live show at the three-day electronic Ultra Music Festival in Miami this Spring.