the northwest institute for social change, a dj set podcast

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Phil Busse invited me to DJ a set for his burgeoning endeavor, the Northwest Institute for Social Change. Here's their blurb:

“For the past two months, we have hosted 13 college students from around the country—from Boston University, Princeton, Reed. They have been studying the "masters" (Ed Murrow, David Halberstam, Studs Turkel, etc.) and figuring out how they can translate that journalist dignity and honor to the new opportunities that technology presents. It is a chance for a new generation to begin careers as independent journalists.”

And here's a 30 minute slice from my set:

01. Gorillaz – Rock The House
02. Groove Armada – I See You Baby
03. Hot Chip – And I Was A Boy From School
04. James Brown – Get On The Good Foot
05. Kanye West – Throw Some D's
06. Kanye West and Daft Punk – Stronger
07. Public Enemy – Fight The Power

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One Response to the northwest institute for social change, a dj set podcast

  1. McAngryPants August 26, 2007 at 20:07 #

    danke for the mix

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