Over the past year DJ C has produced and released a whole slew of mashups and remixes, many of which have been available as part of our Free Tunes series. For this release we present those mashups all together as a free download album entitled “Mas Hits.”
“Album of the year”
– Boom Blokk:
You can preview and download all the tracks below, or download the full album .zip file and you’ll also get a few secret, extra-special bonus tracks. If you missed the teaser mini-mix (leaked by Time Out Chicago), and music video check them out – >
It’s been just about a year since we re-launched Mashit.com as a blog, online shop, podcast, and all around place for fiends. Over that year Mashit boss DJ C has produced and released a whole slew of bastard-pop-style mashups and remixes, many of which have been available as part of our Free Tunes series.
Now we’ve decided to release those mashups all together as a free download album, along with a few secret bonus tracks. The album, entitled â€œMas Hitsâ€, is out now. This is the teaser, in the form of a mini-mix (leaked here by Time Out Chicago), and music video.
DJ C “Mas Hits” Mini-Mix (’80s Cartoon Music Video Version)
Meanwhile, If this post over at Mad Decent is any indication, DJ mini-mixes are hot right now. Check the Bang Gang DJ’s mini-teaser for their upcoming mix album on Modular which features the DJ C and MC Jorge Stylo track “Juce”; forthcoming on Man Recordings.
The Bang Gang Deejays “D is for Disco, E is for Dancing!” Minimegamatronicmix Download here ->
Here’s another in our series of Zulu remixes leading up to the release of the Gods & Robots album Tuesday.
This mix of Ransom The Senator is from Cordoba, Argentina-based Frikstailers, who also have a tune on the Gods & Robots Mixtape. The track will also be featured on their forthcoming debut 12-inch vinyl release on the Glasgow, Scotland label Revolt Into Style.
Although the Gods & Robots Mixtapehas already been released, the awesome remixes continue coming in. We’re gonna share a couple of them with you over the next few days in anticipation of the Gods & Robots album coming out in the Mashit MP3 download shop next Tuesday, May 13.
This remix of Body Work is by Sabbo from Tel Aviv, Israel. He’s got a tune on the Mixtape too. Check it:
Last February, when we posted a bunch of Zulu’s a-capellas here and challenged folks to “download – remix – upload” we had no idea we’d get back so many dope tracks, but we did and many of them are featured in this 31-track, 1-hour continuous DJ C mix of Zulu‘s vocals backed by hype party tracks from producers the world over. Guest vocal appearances by Aceyalone, Jah Orah, and Onili, round out the productions by artists like Ghislain Poirier, David Last, Sabbo, and many others.
This is also a teaser of sorts for the upcoming DJ C & Zulu Gods & Robots mixtape which will feature an original Atki2 (of Steak House) production with Zulu.
A couple months back we posted a bunch of Zulu’s a capellas here and challenged folks to “download – remix – upload.” Many of the wicked tunes that we got back will be featured on the upcoming Gods and Robots Mixtape; a 31-track, 1-hour continuos DJ C mix of Zulu’s vocals backed by hype party tracks from producers the world over (Argentina, Belgium, Canada, England, Israel, Portugal, and cities across the U.S. are all represented). Guest vocal appearances by Los Angeles rappers Aceyalone and Jah Orah, plus Tel Aviv singer Onili, round out the productions by artists like Montreal’s Ghislain Poirier, Brooklyn’s David Last, Tel Aviv’s Sabbo, and many others. The mixtape will be followed by a Gods and Robots EP, but more on that later.
Gods and Robots Sketch by Jeekoos and Michelangelo
Alright folks. If you’ve been working on remixes of the Zulu a capellas and you want to send them in to us for possible inclusion on the upcoming DJ C & Zulu mixtape, Gods and Robots, You’ve got till the end of this week.
Here’s the original post:
Zulu is one bad-ass vocalist. That’s why producers and DJs are always asking for his vocal tracks. Well, y’all are in for a treat. Zulu has generously offered up not one or two, but an entire album worth of a capellas for free download.
Here’s what we want you to do. Download – Remix – Upload: Take the vocals, produce your own track with them, then upload your finished product using MediaFire or a similar file-hosting service, and contact us with a download link so we can listen to it. A team from the Mashit camp â€” including Zulu himself â€” will compile our favorite tracks to be released as a Mashit ablum.
Please have your tracks submitted to us by February 15th.