Beach House, Mims, and Chromeo sitting in a tree. K-I-S-S-I-N-G. First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the mash up in a baby carriage. Well, it came in an mp3 and no wedding bells rang, but there definitely was love: the sentiment one feels when introduced to the softer side of Mims. With the sweet, melodious groove of Beach House, the beats of Chromeo, and the rap styling of Mims, Black Glove has hit the medley spot.Sprung from their Burlington, Vermont roots, Deke Smith and Jonathon Sandridge have been creating what they deem, “ghetto music” under their criminal-like name. The duo loves mash-ups almost as much as they love graphic design. And impressively, they’re equally talented in both art arenas. Every track produced comes with its own Black Glove-designed cover. The layout above is a modest display of their abilities, which are also lent to snowboard, stationery, and print book design. I’d love to tell you more, but these guys let their music mash-ups and graphic designs speak for themselves (seriously, just try to find out more about them).