August 19, 2017 - 10:32 am

Big changes to come soon on MIX.DJ !!

Very soon, the MIX.DJ service will change its name and become eDeejay

The new eDeejay address will be

During this movement, all of your content will of course be retained, and your login information will be the same as before.

A new design and new functionalities, as well as a resolutely more social approach, are on the agenda of this movement and we hope that you will appreciate your new environment as we do.

In the future a new service will be proposed to you on the old address in partnership with iWebDJ in order to allow you to mix live from your Internet browser.

We will keep you informed as soon as we are ready to go.

Long live to eDeejay - The DJ Social Network!

The eDeejay Team.
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Here are many great sets on ... For a long time I was not income to you ... so I took the opportunity to put this mix " featured " for the consistent quality of work and taste in choosing the playlist ... Really great job since very long time.. ... So thank you very much for the beautiful mo...
  • February 1, 2016
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01) Talking Heads - Listening Wind 00:00
02) Youssou N'Dour - Wake Up (Q-Burns Abstract Message Remix) 04:33
03) Taban Hayes - Last Call At The Leilani Cafe 10:05 >>
04) Banzai Republic vs. The Beatles - Blackbird 17:09
05) Rae and Christian - Hold Us Down (G-Corp Mix) 22:55
06) Giyo - Downward Spiral 29:15
07) Rihanna - Love on the Brain 34:40
08) The Philadelphia Experiment - Ile Ife (Madlib Remix) 38:20
09) Andreya Triana - Changing Shapes of Love 42:24
10) Sian - Bamboo Soul 45:48
11) Björk - Joga 50:00
12) B Tribe - Hablame 56:46
13) Sandy Denny / Fairport Convention - Who Knows Where The Time Goes? 60:00

What are you listening to right now? I've got one ear in the past & one in the immediate present: this time it's Talking Heads, Rihanna’s latest, Björk, Andreya Triana & Sandy Denny -- 1969 to 2016.

Maybe I've been influenced by reading The Peripheral -- the muddy swirls of various time strands flowing side-by-side in the greater stream. You know the feeling: it's all water, the same but different. In my stub, the seed track was the Q-Burns remix of Youssou N'Dour's Wake Up, a swirl that found itself in the same flow as Sandy Denny, who slipped into the mix when I read a piece in which the author referred to himself as standing on a NYC street corner, under headphones, listening to Nina Simone sing “Who Knows Where the Time Goes”. That fired a synapse, sending me to YouTube to hear Nina, Judy Collins, DC's own Eva Cassidy & finally the song's composer, Sandy Denny -- her voice bringing an aching ultimacy to this song that no one else has equaled.

Listening, right now.