The Politics of Dancing on Mon 12/16/19

turned the clock way way back to 1991- at the start off the show to the KLF with 3 am eternal, i remember buying this album and how awesome it was, all the layering of sound. Played a few fun mashups, featuring 80s classics.. and of course a little Hammertime. A pixes remix made it on the show too, with a fun dubstep remix of their classic, Where is My Mind. Key and Peele did a hilarious sketch about dubstep, worth watching for anyone who likes EDm and dubstep in particular! https://youtu.be/5Kod1q39ddE

Maria Nayler's ,Angry Skies saw alot of rotation back in the late 1990s and the nice thing about a great track is that it hold ups and can still fill dance floors even today.

Next week 12/23 is my birthday. Due to Drexel's holiday break, I may not be able to gain access to the station. Lets hope I can, but if not I will create a playlist that you can either download or tracks that you can enjoy.

Feel free to continue to send me requests. djroogirl@aol.com
Insta- djroogirl

Thanks again and have a great week!

Artist Title Album
the KLF 3am eternal
billy hendrix body shine
prodigy vs enya smack my Orinco flow up!
faithless insomnia
crystal method busy child taylors hope for evolution remix
pixes where is my mind oryx dubstep remix
moby porcelain
horse careful sasha remix
mike koglin on my way quiver remix
far-off mashup hammer-summer-eurythimics-new order
lay and bushwhacka let the good times rolll
jakatta American Dream
boyd westerman loop life
da hool met her at the love parade
way out west ajare brothers in rhythm
maria Nayler angry skies
joshua evolution (its alright)
pearls girl underworld
mike koglin the silence

The Politics of Dancing

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DJ ROO
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Dj Roo started at WKDU in 1995 while studying Photography at Drexel. She was a regular until 2008, when she took a leave of absence to get married and raise her family. She spun the morning drive for years and is inspired by dance music greats like BT, Sasha, John Digweed, Danny Howells, Dave Seamen, Nick Warren and Hybrid. Weekly sets are a knitting together of dance music classics, extensive back catalog of b-sides of underground beats and new tunes from today, proving that great music never gets old. Relive the club nights of the 1990s and 2000's. Check out her instagram- @DJROOGIRL
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