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Update: As of April 2012 the Mashit Download Shop is no longer online. We got hacked and the crappy software we were using to run the shop was irreversibly damaged.

Some of our recent releases are available through iTunes, Amazon MP3 etc. See below:

DJ C; Umami
(16 track album: Amazon MP3iTunes)

Deliciously varied and delectably danceable
Listen/Download at Amazon MP3 ->

DJ C - Sonic Weapons album coverDJ C; Sonic Weapons
(16 track album: Amazon MP3iTunes)

To kill sound-systems and destroy dance-floors
Listen/Download at Amazon MP3 ->

Electro Organic Sound System; Roots Wreck Remix
(10-track Album: Amazon MP3iTunes)

Wreck-step, ambient-dub, jungle, & dancehall
Listen/Download at Amazon MP3 ->

Electro Organic Sound System; Herbanism
(6-track Album: Amazon MP3iTunes)

Mid ’90s ambient-dub and breakbeat experiments
Listen/Download at Amazon MP3 ->

Our out-of-print back catalog is listed on our Shop page ->

Original Post

Some of you might have noticed that the Mashit MP3 Shop went down for a minute there. If you recently tried to come buy stuff and saw absolutely nothing, it wasn’t ’cause we closed up. We were just having some tech issues, but we’re back up and running full steam ahead now. Our apologies for any inconvenience.

New Release

DJ C & Zulu; Gods & Robots ->

DJ C and Zulu Gods and Robots Album CoverWicked ragga vocalist Zulu comes together with dance-floor dominator DJ C to activate a next level blend of dancehall, dubstep, club and all around party music.

The album also features Montreal bounce-maestro, and Ninja Tune recording artist Ghislain Poirier’s remix of Darling, along with a slammin’ juke version of Body Work by Chrissy Murderbot of Chicago’s Sleazetone records. In addition, Freestyle Fellowship founder Aceyalone, and dancehall deejay Jah Orah provide guest vocals on the album. And topping the whole package off is the brilliant cover illustration by Bartek Karas.

[The album is] a heavy slap of blazing ragga bashment – Zulu’s Panamanian lyrical flow is very much to the fore, with the eagle-eared amongst us spotting both some new DJ C rhythms and a couple of gems unearthed from the vaults and given a shiny new rub. It’s fast, mean and easy, and a guaranteed fire-starter – throw in remixes from Ghislain Poirier and Chrissy Murderbot and it’s an undeniably solid package. – Fat Planet