He's gone to some lengths to autotune what were essentially monotonous gibberish and create from them some really addictive rhythms.
If he worked for the ultimate prince of darkness at the Cowell empire, 'You've Got (no) Talent' or 'X-Factor' would probably float on the stock market with Lohr's autotuning talents. The things he could do with the folks who pass for singers on those shows eh?
What is quite interesting is not just the catchy melodies, but the way he's made music out of real misery and confusion. Without a doubt, the source material is from the TV gutter.
I've linked to some of his projects that include the press releases provided by BP crook Tony Haywood as the notorious oil spill spreads out of control, another includes Christopher Lloyd, and another; an unlucky fellow getting hit by an ice cream truck.
Is what he has done exploitative? Maybe. Although, the diverse footage and the themes across his videos reveal an observational agenda rather than one that is exploitative. He is creating something quite interesting out of material that is exploitative intrinsically due to its existence in media perhaps.
Its worth checking out DJplaceboing's work. You'll get pulled in by the funk as you peruse a slice of humanity YouTube loves to exploit.