Mixmaster Einstein on The Saturday Night Live Ain’t No Jive Chicago Dance Party
Mixmaster Einstein is a resident DJ on our Saturday Night Live Ain’ No Jive Dance Party
We’re in the old school mix with club classics, freestyle, house, the ’80s, ’90s, and more with Mixmaster Einstein.
Back in the day, people used to record the mixes on the radio so they wouldn’t miss them. People around the world have huge collections of those mixes from back in the day.
Today, we do all the work for you by uploading each week’s mix show to our website on Tuesdays. Once uploaded, you can listen to those mixes and all the past mixes, on-demand, here on the website, and in our app.
Each DJ mix show page includes the on-demand player, the tracklist (when available) as well as information and links to the DJ.
Click here for more Mixmaster Einstein mixes on demand
I’m That Type of Guy – LL Cool J
Just Give The DJ A Break (Dub Mix) – Dynamix II
Looking For The Perfect Beat (Vocal) – Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force
Call It What You Want – Bill Summers & Summers Heat
Groove Is In The Heart (The Reflex Revision) – Deee-Lite
Plastic Doll (Instrumental / Vocal) – Dharma
1999 – Prince
Dance Or Die – Sweet Pea Atkinson
Sex Shooter (Extended 12″) – Apollonia 6
Chinese Rap – Aural Exciters
Faces Drums 3 – Alessandro Novaga
I’m The DJ – Z-Factor
Bad Times (I Can’t Stand It) (Part 2) – Captain Rapp
White Boy (Dance Mix) – Culture Club
Atom Rock – Quando Quango
You’re The One For Me (12″ Instrumental Mix) – D-Train
Put Our Heads Together – The O’Jays
Your Life – Konk
Home Computer – Kraftwerk
Neurodisco – Trancesetters
The Boogie Monster – Armand van Helden
Making Me Feel – Naranja
Just A Little Bit – Rob Woods
Come Dig It (Bad Boy Bill Remix) – Machel
Ghetto Muzik – CZR
Blue Monday (Extended Mix) – New Order
Natural Phreek (Original Mix) – Rick Garcia
Body Groove (Attack’s Edit) – Dave “Rockin” Duke
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 he 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.