The Politics of Dancing on Mon 10/11/21

My setlist from the EMM. I just played a bunch of my favorite records. the first and the last from 1997... the year the Marathon began! So while this is the 17th annual event, there were many years in the mid 2000's that we didn't run one due to lack of EDM djs at the station, then they started back up again and we have been continuing using our great work in the city. I am so lucky to have been able to be a part of this event, both as a dj and running it with ZARA and Jenn Louie. Those years were the best! I hope to get the ladies back together new year when we can have DJs in the station 24-7 like normal. That being said, Chris B killed it this year! What he was able to pull off was nothing short of a miracle, 6 venues all off campus and all patched in. LIVE audiences... it was a miracle.

If you would still like to donate and get an amazing t shirt... we have plenty from 2018, 2019 and this year... please let me know and I will be delighted to get you one or more, for a donation to the station! Also go to our Bandcamp site to get them and to make a contribution to this years charities, CBTEL, The Paul Robeson House, and The Block Gives Back.
Today was super fun, i played some of my favorite tracks of all time and it was a joy having Scott, Dj Kel , to hang out with , just like old times!
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Artist Title Album
Chicane Offshore
lostep burma
Youngsters Smile
Kevin Aviance Din Da Da
BT Never Gonna Come Back Down
Starcase Faith
Barakka Song to the Siren
Bicep Atlas
Bt Mercury and Solace
Space Maneuvers stage One
YAZ Situation (dave Ralph's t's remix)
Liquid Language Blue Savannah
Knives Out Sugarcoat
BT Smart Bomb
Crystal Method Busy Child
Hybrid Theme from Wide Angle
Filter Take a Picture (hybrid Remix)
Way Out West The Gift

The Politics of Dancing

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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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