Z-Trip Offers ‘Party For Change’ DJ Mix in Support of Obama


Coming days after The Crystal Method reworked one of its older songs to support Barack Obama’s presidential run, Z-Trip has created a DJ mix in support of the Democratic candidate. Z-Trip’s mix arrives on the eve of the vice-presidential debate tonight between Sen. Joe Biden (D) and Gov. Sarah Palin (R). The revered turntablist included the following note with his mix:

Shepard Fairey and I threw some fundraisers for the Obama campaign. We called them “The Party for Change.” (If you don’t know who Shepard is—among many other things—he is the one responsible for the image on the top of this page).

I’ve been wanting to put the mix I’ve been doing at these shows online, in hopes of spreading the word to people who need to hear it most. So, here it is.

I encourage you to download it and pass it along to anyone you think should hear it. Feel free to burn copies, share it with friends, family, co-workers, strangers, and especially anyone you know is on the fence about this election. I’m also putting out a radio friendly version, in case anyone wants to broadcast it.

Please share the message. Educate those who may not know what is really going on. There is still time.

If you, or anyone you know, isn’t registered to vote, I encourage you to make it a priority and fix that before it’s too late. This election is WAY too important for anyone to not get involved. If you need more information on how and where to register, vote, or participate, please check the links below.

I honestly feel if we make our voices heard, this time WILL be different.



This mix is no longer available. Sorry.