June 23, 2009

How I will remember Michael Jackson- playlist from Daddy Day radio show (archived from my website)

I have to admit that there was a time when I stopped djing Michael’s songs due to the reasons behind his court cases. Let’s be honest, he did become an extremely eccentric man who gave the public a lot to talk about. Regardless of Michael Jackson’s oddities the fact remans that his music is some of the best music ever. It has been for generations and it will continue to be in the future. He will be remembered as one of the greatest entertainers next to Elvis Presly.
I spent most of my life dancing to Michael Jackson. The albums Off the Wall and Thriller, and of course the Jackson 5, along with the introduction of MTV, shaped the girl I grew up to be. I was so obsessed with him as a little girl that I dragged my mom to MJ concerts, my friends and I would fight over who would be his girlfriend (the looser got Paul McCartney), and I even made my mom make me ‘The Glove.’ I remember when the Thriller video came out, all the folks that lived on my street got together to watch it.
Then as a teen, when I got into my rare grooves, I found a whole new love for the Jackson 5. And of course, when I became a DJ I learned that putting on a MJ track got everyone on the dance floor.
To this day, no matter what the controversy, MJ’s music makes people happy. When you hear it you can’t help but dance. This is how I choose to remember MJ.

On This weeks radio we will be doing a tribute to Michael without playing anything that he sang on. If you missed it, the show will be podcast.

Thursday 12-2pm pst

The Jam of the week playlist 6/25/09:
sex Pistals-C'mon Everybody
Tamps Red Hokum Jazz Band w/ Hald Pint Jaxon-My Daddy Rocks Me With One Steady Roll
Violent Femmes-Gone Daddy Gone
Fannypack-Sugar Daddy
Datarock-I Used to Dance with My Daddy
Bollock Brothers-Harley David
The Cure-Boys Don't Cry
James Brown-Papa's Got A Brand New Bag
Club Feet-Teenage Suicide, Don't Do It
Art Brut-Moving to L.A.
Trio-Da Da Da
K-Os0Sunday morning
The Dead Weather-Hang You From The Heaves
Daddy What's a Train
The Specials- Rude Boys Outa Jail
Joanna Neel-Daddy Was A Preacher Mama Was a GO Go Dancer
New Order-Love Vifilantes
Perry Como-Papa Loves Mambo
Jane's Addiction-I had a dad
Carey's Problem - Kiss Daddy Goodnight
Otis Redding-That's How Strong My Love Is
BellX1-Like I love You
Stereophonics-Step On My Old Sized Nines
T.Rex- Hot Love
Devedndra Banhart-Lover
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros-Home
Dam Funk
Of Montreal-Mis Blonde, Your Papa Is Failing
Bright Eyes-Papa Was A Rodeo
The J.B.'s
Papa Don't Take No Mess
John Lennon-Hold On
Soft Cell-Where Did Our Love Go
Buckethead-Whatching Boats with My Dad
Out Hud-Dad, There's a Little Phrase Called Too Much Information
The Descendents- My Dad Sucks
Was Not Was-Hello Dad I'm in Jail
I Am Kloot-Over My Shoulder
Giorgio Moroder-Chase

June 12, 2009

Introducing The Hype Girls / 2 Live crew Show & Radio Show Playlist (Archived from my website)

I am still totally buzzing from last weeks show at the Key Club. I finally had the proper plat form to introduced the Hype Girls to the masses. Not only did we play for a packed house, we opened up for 2 Live Crew!

Click Here to view a clip of the performance!

Click here for Drew’s review of the show.

‘Jam of the Week’ Radio Show playlist for 6-11-09
Horrors's Theme-The Hororrs
Pogo In Togo-Subculture Squad
Don't Give Up-Noisettes
Wipeout-incredible Bongo Band
Juicy, Juicy, Juicy-Royal Trux
Wawa-Lizzy Mercier Descloux
Boys-The Beatles
Where Did Our Love Go-Soft Cell
Armando Telemundo-Guadalajara Joe
Daylight-Matt & Kim
Shane Is On Your Side-Terror Bird
Relator-Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johanson
Obstacle 1-Interpol
Wold Like Me - TV On the Radio
Tell The World-Vivian Girls
The Whole Enchilada-Guadalajara Joe
Killer Tiki Boogie-Sue Palmer
Have Mercy-Loretta Lynn
Bloody Mary Morning-Willie Nelson
Rip Off-T. Rex
Uh-Oh Love Comes To Town- Talking Heads
Mr. Dibbs "Fight For Air" Mash Up- The Black Keys
Shining to My Head-
Ocean-A Place to Bury Strangers
Graveyard Girl-M83
The List - Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
Always Look on The Bright Side of Life - Monty Python
That's All - Genises

Love always
DJ Lady Sinclair

June 2, 2009

Tirk’s RIP EP. my trip to Turntable Lab & Radio Show (Archived from my website)

In the past 24 hours I’ve been blessed with vinyl! Last night I went to Carbon and witnessed DJs, including Peanut Butter Wolf, throwing down some amazing 80’s funk. Dam Funk, who hosts the night, was selling a little ’45 of some music he worked on. Of course I bought it. I love that. It’s so old school to sell EPs that way. It’s a funky little Dam funk production called ‘Wavelength’. I am going to play this week on my radio show.

Then today I went to Turntable Lab for some gear and couldn’t help but buy records as well. Along with some jamz that I found, the guys working there suggested the following:
-A little white label that turns out to be Alexander Robotnik’s ‘Problem D' Amour’.
-Based on Kyoto ‘Flower.’ is a track coming off of a Japaness lable. I like the James Pants tack.
-Off the Tirk label, Unabombers Presents Electric Chair RIP EP which is amazing. Some sick remixes of some old goodies. The Tirk label is this obscure dance/electro label from England that has been making it’s mark with sold releases of rock’n EPs.
-I was pretty excited about buying the Guns N’ Roses ‘Appetite for Destruction’ limited release with the original banned cover. I also picked up ESG, Fiest, Egyptian Lover and Radiohead’s ‘In Rainbows’ (which completes my vinyl colection for Radiohead.

Love always
DJ Lady Sinclair

Radio Show playlist for 5-28-09
Podcasted on www.littleradio.com
Richard Hell & The Void-Love Comes In Spurts
Public Image Ltd-Love Song
Yoko Ono - Kiss Kiss Kiss
Eagles of Death Metal - Wanna Be in L.A.
The Rapture - Pieces of The People We Love
Golden Silvers - Magic Touch
Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffitti - Scared Famous
Bachelorette - Mindwarp
Trouble Andrew - Chase Money
B-Movie - Nowhere Girl
Animal Collective - Fireworks
Animals Talking - It Was
Passion Pit - Cuddle Fuddle
Passion Pit - I've Got Your Number
The Gossip - Heavy Cross
The Horrors - Who Can Say
The Raconteurs - Level
Gary Numan & Tubeway Army - Are Friends Electric?
The Dead Weather - Are Friends Electric?
Bachelortette - Her Rotating Head
Grizzly Bear - Knife
Rober Francis - Little Girl
Tinariwen - Aldechen manin
The Black Byrds - Do It Fluid
Flock of Seagulls - Modern Love is Automatic
Mark Ronson f. Santo Gold - Pretty Green
Elvis Costello - Pump It Up
Cheech & Chong - Earache My Eye
Whitey - Non Stop
1990's - The Box
Miami Horror - Don't Be On With Her
The Glimmers - Let's Get Physical
Zeppenlin - Take Me Out
Serge Gainsbourg - Brigade Des Stups
Jeremy Jay - Lunar Camel
Tom Petty - Don't Do Me Like That