Cleveland Show- Carnival of Cleveland

Here’s what I played:

  • Justin Bieber and MSTRKRFT- Heartbreaker Baby (CJ Milli Mix)
  • Boys Noize- Lava Lava (Feadz Aval Aval Mix)
  • Yeah Yeah Yeahs- Heads Will Roll
  • Vengaboys- Ho Ho Vengaboys!
  • Slam- Positive Education
  • Chemical Brothers- Electronic Battle Weapon 7 (Acid Children)
  • Darude- Feel the Beat
  • Justin Timberlake- Rock Your Body (Paul Oakenfold Remix)
  • Deadmau5- Mr. G
  • Deadmau5- Tau V2
  • Four Tet- Sing
  • LCD Soundsystem- One Touch
  • Audio Bullies Feat. Nancy Sinatra- Shot You Dow

Second Hour:

  • Carnival of Cleveland- J. B. Arban and Clode
  • Bonobo & Andreya Triana- Stay the Same
  • Mr. Scruff- Trollmarch
  • Bonobo- El Toro
  • DeZurik Sisters- Yoo-Hoo in the Valley
  • Thievery Corporation- From Creation
  • Wahed Out- Olivia
  • LCD Soundsystem- I Can Change
  • DJ Mehdi- Lucky Girl
  • Pink Baby Monster- I Live for Art (Fourth Most Beautiful Sound Mix)
  • Orbital- Chime
  • Aphex Twin- Windowlicker (Acid Edit)
  • Chemical Brothers- The Private Psychadelic Reel

*Bold indicates jam of the week. Thats right, it was Justin Bieber. I am forsaken.

This week was a wrap up of sorts for the term. I will be doing my show next week, but I wanted to let the good times roll while people were getting anxious over exams. The first hour was the usual Clodewerks dance mix. I threw in LCD Soundsystem’s new album, which I just got and have been enjoying.

I got a couple requests this week. First, my girlfriend requested Justin Timberlake, of course. I obliged, pleasing every other female audience member as well. Everybody loves a little Justin (Is that why Justin Bieber is so hot, collective confusion of first names?)… Katie and Sarah back in the AL requested some song I didn’t know, but I know that Sarah loves country, so I dropped some DeZurik Sisters. EPIC!!

Then I debuted my Carnival of Cleveland, which I think went ok. I need to prepare some more before my performance on Wednesday. Comments are greatly appreciated. I will be playing it at Beall Hall at 2:50, and I’m totally cool with people coming and checking it out. The rest of the show was recouping from that ten minute epic. I closed with the Private Psychadelic Reel, which is fitting because it closes one of the best albums in electronic music.

Good luck with finals. I will see you next week!

-Clode

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *