Mixmaster Einstein is a resident DJ on Saturday Night Live Ain’ No Jive Dance Party
Back in the day, people used to record the mixes on the radio so they wouldn’t miss them. Today, we do all the work for you! Now, you can listen to any of the mixes from our Friday Night Jams, Saturday Night Live Ain’t No Jive Chicago Dance Party, Hot Lunch Mix and more on demand in our DJ MIXES section and in our app.
Each mix page features information about the DJ, links to their social networks, video and tracklists (when provided)
Keep On Dancin’ – Gary’s Gang
I Want You (The Dash Riprock Mix) – Hex Complexx
Lovin’ – Masters At Work
Yo Yo Get Funky – Fast Eddie
Work It Out (Extended Remix) – Steve “Silk” Hurley
It Ain’t Over (Extended Mix) – A.T.C.
Makin’ House Music – Jackstreet Inc.
Can’t Stop The House (House of Trix Remix) – Thompson & Lenoir
Girls, Girls – Solo
Come On And Dance (Dizzy Version) – Hi Tek 3
Can’t Do It Alone – Jackstreet Inc.
Dance – DJ Tracks
Deputy Of Love (Cratebug Edit) – Don Armando’s Second Avenue Rhumba Band
Good Life (Derrick May’s Mayday Remix) – Inner City
In De Ghetto (The Bad Yard Club Mix) – David Morales & The Bad Yard Club featuring Delta
I Can’t Turn Around (House Of Trix Mix) – J.M. Silk
Bounce Your Body To The Box (Original Mix) – Kevin Saunderson
Take A Ride – Methodology
Armed & Extremely Dangerous (Full Intention Vocal) – First Choice
‘Round We Go – Big Sister
Show Me Your Face (Shakee Mix) – DJ Trajic
Harvest (Club Mix) – Mixx Vibes
Got To Be – Joey “The Don” Donatello
Let Love Enter – Stacy Kidd
Being born and raised in Gary, IN, Allen Upshaw AKA Mix-Master Einstein picked up his musical tastes from his family consisting of rap, R&B, jazz, and blues but then heI took interest in what is commonly referred to as old school house music.
He studied and learned the basic techniques of mixing by listening to the Hot Mix 5 on WBMX in Chicago, IL.
The Hot Mix 5 consisted of Kenny “Jammin'” Jason, Ralphi “The Razz” Rosario, Scott “Smokin'” Sills, Farley “Funkin'” Keith (BKA Farley “Jackmaster Funk”), and Mickey “Mixin'” Oliver.
Allen’s favorite was Ralphie Rosario because of his smooth transitions between songs and the choice of music he would mix. He started mixing at the age of 13 and is still mixing music of varying genres to this day.