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Mixmaster Einstein | Saturday Night Live Ain’t No Jive Chicago Dance Party| 3/21/20



Mixmaster Einstein is a resident DJ on Saturday Night Live Ain’ No Jive Dance Party

Every Saturday night at 7PM we keep the tradition alive started by our sister network WBMX back in 1981. Classic house, freestyle, disco, 80’s, 90’s and more in the mix, old school style.

Listen on the radio at 102.3 FM, in our free app (available in Google Play or the Apple app store) and right here on our website.

Back in the day, people used to record the mixes on the radio so they wouldn’t miss them.

Today, we go one better, we archive all the mixes so you can listen to any of the mixes from any of our mix shows on demand. We include the tracklist, links to the DJ, their social network links and more.

You can find all of these great old school mixes on demand in our app and in our DJ MIXES section.



You Can Do It – One Way featuring Al Hudson
Love Rollercoaster (The Reflex 2014 VIP Revision) – Ohio Players
Dance To The Beat – Starflight
Search and Destroy – Arkade Funk
Keep On (Original 12″ Vocal Mix) – D-Train
Disco Circus – Martin Circus
Spank – Jimmy Bo Horne
At Midnight – T-Connection
Let’s Celebrate (Original ’81 Mix) – Skyy
Pilot Error – Stephanie Mills
Get Down (Saturday Night) – Oliver Cheatham
Can’t Believe (Vocal) – Nancy Martin
I Want You For Myself – George Duke
I Like (What You’re Doin’) – Young & Company
I Don’t Know If It’s Right – Evelyn “Champagne” King
It Should Have Been You (12″ Version) – Gwen Guthrie
Give It On Up (If You Want To) – Mtume
Burnin’ Hot – Jermaine Jackson
Your Life – Konk
Single Girl – Knight Action featuring Sedenia
Love Is The Drug (Todd Terje Edit) – Roni Griffith
Don Quichotte (No Estan Aqui) (DJ / US Special Remix) – Magazine 60
I’m Going To Go – Jago

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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.


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