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The DJ Set on the Mastermix Issue Series

Mastermix Label Manager Richard Lee explains how we encourage and welcome input from our fellow DJs

Mastermix has always prided itself on being a service run by DJs for DJs. The interaction we have with our members is unsurpassed and when we launched a new mix feature called The DJ Set, that asked for even more DJ input, we were literally swamped with suggestions.


Issue 403: A Closer Look

Mastermix Label Manager Richard Lee lifts the lid on the first Issue of 2020!

Side One

1.Chart Hits: Pop Dance – 6 current bangers in one DJ-friendly mix with a mid-tempo BPM of 124-126, longer versions of each track and with added Intro & Outro beats to allow you to drop the mix in to your live sets. Tracks include ‘Don’t Start Now’ – Dua Lipa, ‘Sorry’ – Joel Corry & a brilliant new version of the 70s disco classic ‘I Feel Love’ by Sam Smith.


Issue 402: A Closer Look

We rounded off 2019 with a bumper edition of the Issue, jam packed with everything you’ll need for the festive season! Richard Lee takes a closer look at what’s in store…

Side One

1. Chart Hits: Pop DanceWe are constantly asked by our DJ members to create a monthly chart mix that includes 5 / 6 big tunes, played in full & mixed smoothly…so here you go! Latest offerings from Sam Feldt feat. RANI, Regard, Jax Jones & Ella Henderson, Meduza x Becky x Goodboys & Nathan Dawe feat. Jaykaye in a 15 minute mix.


What Are DJ Edits?

Mastermix DJ Dave Evans gives you the low down on the idea behind DJ Edits, the latest range to hit the Mastermix catalogue.

It seems that everything is getting smaller nowadays; Wagon Wheels, the amount of money left in your account at the end of month, DJ equipment (although I don’t miss the days of lugging around a pair of turntables and several crates of records) and even audience attention spans.

In this digital age people can flick from one song to another very quickly and, as a result, have shortened the amount of time before they get bored of a track being played by a DJ. This has an impact on the dancefloor as the crowd can potentially lose interest in songs and generally don’t want to hear 4 minutes of a single track anymore.