Complete Electronica DJ Sets Online

mugasha electronic music

If you love music as much as I do you probably enjoyed my post yesterday about listening to movie soundtracks, but today I have another really awesome music site to add to your bookmarks.

Mugasha is a place where you can go to listen to podcasts and long sets from famous DJs from around the world. The best thing about it is that since sets are essentially one long recording, Mugasha breaks them apart so that songs can be skipped and browsed easily.

I don’t know how often the site is updated, but there’s already quite a bit of good stuff on there right now. I just got done listening to International Departures 007 – Myon & Shane 54. The first song on the set was Wonderwall by Oasis (Myon & Shane 54 Helpless Mix). What a great song to start this set off with!

Definitely check out this site for some top-of-the-line, quality electronica.

DJ Your Own Music Station

BLIP.fm is a cool website that lets you create your own music station that you and your friends get to DJ all on your own.

You have complete control over what your listeners get to hear. Of course you have to consider people’s likes and dislikes on your station if you’re hoping to go pro.

For example, I listen to just about everything, but if I create a station with a mix of heavy metal music and hip-hop, I likely won’t have many return visitors.

BUT, this is yours and your friends station right, so all that really matters in the end is what all of you like. I’d be very interested in hearing what my friends like that I never really knew about.

I’m gonna try to get all my friends in on this one this weekend.

Michael Jackson and Trent Reznor Working Together? What?!

Ok, the whole MJ and NIN thing would probably never happen, but DJ Lobsterdust went as far as possible in making it sorta happen. The music he puts together is awesome and definitely matches his name; odd, random and mixed up.

He mashes songs together to create all new songs by using the beat from one song and the lyrics from others. And he does this without making it sound messy or cluttered, and they come out sounding like the songs were meant to be together.

For example, how would you like to hear a song with Stevie Wonder singing and The Killers playing instruments? Now in the real world, this will probably never happen, but how cool would it be if it did? I’d sure as hell buy tickets to that concert. Well that’s the kind of stuff that DJ Lobsterdust does, so check out a bunch of his stuff below.

If you wanna check out a whole lot more, you can visit the DJ Lobsterdust website too. He’s put up a few new ones recently. You can also check out his Myspace.

The first song here is probably my favorite. FYI, all of the mashups below were created by DJ Lobsterdust, but the videos were created by fans of his work.

The video above was created by andrea25 and the mashup features the songs:

  • Michael Jackson & Paul McCartney – “Say say say”
  • Rihanna feat. Jay-Z – “Umbrella”
  • Timbaland feat. Nelly Furtado & Justin Timberlake – “Give it to me”
  • Nine Inch Nails – “Survivalism”
  • Mary J. Blige – “Family Affair”
  • Diana Ross – “Upside Down”
  • Rick James – “Superfreak”
  • The Temptations – “My Girl”

The video above was created by VJ Brewskii and the mashup features the songs:

  • Pharrell and Gwen Stefani – “Can I Have It Like That”
  • Fedde Le Grand and Camille Jones – “The Creeps”

The mashup above features the songs:

  • Faith No More – “Epic”
  • Queen – “We Will Rock You”
  • AC/DC – “Back In Black”

The video above was created by Guttorm Hellevik and the mashup features the songs:

  • Unk – “Walk It Out”
  • Avril Levigne – “Girlfriend”
  • Toni Basil – “Hey Mickey”

The video above was created by FL1PB01T4M1DL35 and the mashup features the songs:

  • Stevie Wonder – “Superstitious”
  • The Killers – “Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine”