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where do you guys find deejay mixes online?


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Where do you guys go to find dj mixsets online? I am looking for some links, but in mp3 format to my ipod, especially for trance and progressive house sets. A site I get a few mixes is HERE. Anyone have more suggestions?

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I'm a big fan of Aggro1

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Pretty much every dj that has a myspace page has a link to a mix that they've done.

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Go onto any filesharing site and type in "remix" or "mixset" into the search. Great way to find totally random cool and hitherto unheard-of stuff, though not find is going to be a keeper.

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Thanks for the links.

techno has two meanings -- it's funny --

for europeans they mean stuff with no

vocals, really underground "hard" stuff --

for americans, when they say "techno",

often they mean what in europe is called

"dance". And "dance" in europe is a lot

more mainstream and pop-oriented

for "american" style techno (i.e. european

"dance"), the best example I've found is

this (itunes link):

http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZSearc...+Club+Hits+Vol+

strangely it's called "euro club hits" ...

which makes things even more confusing ;

for "european" style techno... i.e. the

stuff with no songs, I recommend going to

www.beatport.com and checking out the stuff

in the "techno" section

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http://www.fakeRICH.com/blog

yeah thats a shameless plug I know...... but there is more than just "mixes" on there so why not read about who you are downloading?

Thank you, Fakerich.

Here is another website which hosts DJs mixes - OhhCrapp. They have a very nice selection which is often updated - I've been hanging out there this evening :thumbsup:

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GetRightMusic bills itself as the the best online destination of hip hop dj mixes. The site is dedicated to posting and reviewing promotional hip hop mixtapes and is updated daily with the latest hip hop mixtapes that are released.

Check out Get Right Music

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