“RemixRotation” – A Free Interactive Site Specifically Aimed For DJs, Designed To Both Speed Up Track Selection & Save Money

This interactive site dedicated to DJ’s and fans of all kinds of electronic music, created by Sinisa Radovcic was made out of love for music and the fact he was tired of listening to countless numbers of crap previews to find just a few good tracks.

On offer there are 27 genres, and about 12,500 tracks that have been Paid for and downloaded the most, during the past 31 days. In simple terms, other DJs are “voting” for these tracks with their wallets and are filtering out crap for you! You should have a greater percentage of quality tracks in one place. Although it does not replace your own crate digging, but it does give you an advantage, and you should be able to find additional tracks that you like, more quickly.

RemixRotation is updated every day, and new tracks are added on top of their genres, so it’s specifically geared to DJs, designed to both speed up track selection and make it less expensive as you can compare prices with the different DJ stores.

The music you will hear are the videos from YouTube that correspond to these tracks, so you are hearing full-length tracks instead of the short previews; & you can just let them play as a playlist.


An easy to use site which is currently in BETA, users are able to select the genre you want, which is broken into;

House, Deep House, Tech House, Electro House, Future House, Progressive House (Popular), Progressive House (Underground) Big Room, Dance & Club House, Funky & Jackin House, Glitch Hop, Minimal, Techno, Trance, Psy-Trance, Electro & Electronica, Drum & Bass, Breaks, Breakbeat, Dubstep, Trap, Grime, Broken Beat, Nu Jazz, Indie Dance, Nu Disco, Leftfield, Lounge, Chill-out, Experimental, Ambient, R&B, Hip-Hop, Funk, Reggae, Dub, HardcoreStyle & Hard Dance

Additional Reading

5 reasons DJs should use RemixRotation

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“What if” SoundCloud were acquired by Spotify or YouTube?