Upcoming DJ’s at the shop. Every Saturday, Noon-2pm.
Every Saturday the shop hosts a different DJ to play a two hour set off of the record racks. Excited to have the next four weeks lined up. The cooler will have cold drink and beer in it. All of the beautiful records that they will be playing can be bought off of the turntable. Sets start at noon and go until at least 2pm. Come listen, shake, run into an old friend, meet a new one…
JULY 24- DJ ALICIA LEONA is a Louisiana-born guitarist influenced by the early blues, experimental, and sludge sounds of her home and currently exploring ecology in the southwestern deserts. Her science and art reflect her love of the strange, beautiful, and unexpected forms and patterns of life found across disparate landscapes.
JULY 31-DJ EFFIE MICHOT is often catching babies falling onto the planet, but she also loves that old Cajun and Zydeco music. If you are from south Louisiana, you very well might be her cousin. Kin or not, she will be making this place sound like an old time roadside dancehall way out by the bayou with French and Creole music of South Louisiana.
AUGUST 7-DJ A.J. RODRIGUE, THE BOUDIN MAN is the co-host of WWOZ’s Wednesday Night Kitchen Sink show airing from 10-12pm. Don’t know how long he has been doing it, but it’s been a long time. It is sometimes wild, sometimes irritating to the more staid listeners of WWOZ, and always unpredictable. What records he pulls out of here to play, and whether he brings in a bag of tricks with him is a nice mystery to me.
AUGUST 14-DJ HUNTER KING is the host of WTUL’s “Storm Surge of Reverb” broadcast at 91.5fm every Monday from 4-6pm, where he plays surf and instrumental, and gets mental. He also is an organizer and heavy lifter of the New Orleans Record Raid that happens here and there around town facilitating record commerce and swapping.