iPod Jukebox: An MP3 DJ Night


"You know what it's like for a friend to pull a few CDs off the shelf and say "Hey, check this out?" Well, the technology [at iPod Jukebox] allowed 13 or so people to do the same favor for a crowd of strangers. Pretty cool."
-- Rob Pegoraro, The Washington Post

Next iPod Jukebox Event: Wednesday, April 14, 2010, at Cafe Saint-Ex, Washington D.C.




June 2005 Playlist

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Another interesting night full of great music, TV cameras and Viking Beer.

Movies: Johnny Cash: Ridin' the Rails – the Great American Train Story; Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events

Fritz
Madness – Madness
Heavenly – Ben Sherman
The Jam – Saturday's Kids
Chisel – The Guns Of Meridian Hill

Kathryn
Singapore Sling – Life Is Killing My Rock & Roll
The Russian Futurists – Pine Prisonyard
The Wedding Present – Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah
The Bravery – Unconditional

William
Maximo Park – Graffiti (Original Demo Version)
Luxembourg – Close Cropped
Babyshambles – The Man Who Came To Stay
Kasabian – The Night Workers

Carri
Armand Van Helden – Hear My Name (Radio Edit)
Medicine – As You Do (Jacques Lu Cont Remix)
Modern – Suburban Culture
Performance – Love Life

Weird Curves
Gorillaz – All Alone
Le Tigre – Decepticon (DFA Mix)
Apollo 440 – Don't Fear The Reaper

Ben
Vue – Look Out For Traffic
R.E.M. – Strange
Grandaddy – Stray Dog And The Chocolate Shake
The Beatles – Run For Your Life

Seeking Irony
Tribeca – The Sun Always Shines On TV
Afraid Of Stairs – Not Today
The Ravonettes – My Boyfriend's Back
South Ambulance – Die 5 times times 5

Acid Bear
Slipknot – Vermilion Pt. 2
Green Day – Give Me Novocaine
Garth Brooks – Friends In Low Places

Holly
Primal Scream – When the Kingdom Comes
The Small Faces – It's Too Late
The Black Keys – Just Couldn't Tie Me Down
The White Stripes – There's No Home For You Here

Lenny
Nouvelle Vague – Guns Of Brixton
Johnny Cash – Folsom Prison Blues
Neutral Milk Hotel – Two-Headed Boy

Seth
Billy Idol – Dancing With Myself
The Dandy Warhols – We Used To Be Friends
Pavement – Gold Soundz

Electro Nick
The Stone Roses – She Bangs The Drums
Urge Overkill – Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon
Iggy Pop – Nightclubbing
Mirah – Recommendation

Erin
Binary Star – Conquistadors
Anjali – Stinging Sitars x9
Deltron – Positive Contact

Kenny
The Deadly Snakes – Oh My Bride
Mobius Band – Starts Off With A Bang
Beanie Sigel – Gotta Have It (Feat. Peedi Crakk and Twista)
Jay-Z – Spanish Harlem Announcement Remix

Calamity Jake
NWA – Express Yourself (Remix)
R. Kelly – Ignition (Remix)
John Marr – Toxic Ryhthm

Dcaffeinated
Liz Phair – Fuck And Run
The Pietasters – Perfect World
Soltero – Communist Love Song

Dconstructed
Franz Ferdinand – This Fire
Interpol – Evil
Washington Social Club – Dancing Song
The White Stripes – You're Pretty Good Looking (For A Girl)

Evan
U2 – Vertigo
Bananarama – Cruel Summer
O-Zone – Dragostea din tei

Sol
Lou Reed – Waves of Fear
Jon Langford – Nashville Radio (Fast Version)
Gun Club – For The Love Of Ivy

Mike Dugan
The Staggering Statistics – Heart Stopped
The Nazz – Forget All About It
Superdrag – The Emotional Kind

Fritz (Again)
Corm – In This
Q And Not U – Tag Tag
Braid – There Is A Light That Never Goes Out

Kathryn (Again)
Giant Drag – God's Only Nose
Adam Green – Emily
The Embassy – Make Me Sad
Wolf Parade – We Built Another World

Mike Dugan (Again)
The Black Keys – Set You Free
Thee Michelle Gun Elephant – Give The Gallon
Oasis – My Big Mouth


Film at 11

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iPod Jukebox has made the front page of the Washington Post. We've been interviewed on German television. Now we can say we've made the 11 O'Clock news.

We were on our way to Saint-Ex last night when owner Mike Benson called, telling us that Channel 9 News was at the bar and wanted to talk to us about iPod Jukebox. Reporter Nancy Yamada interviewed several patrons and Saint-Ex staffers; If you didn't get a chance to TiVo it, you can see the video here.

Thanks to everyone who came out for another great night. Playlists are coming soon.


About iPod Jukebox


  • At iPod Jukebox, anyone with an MP3 player can be the DJ. Show up, sign up and play whatever you want for up to 12 minutes.

    iPod Jukebox takes place on the second Wednesday of the month at Cafe Saint-Ex.
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