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.

April 2008 Playlist


This month, we had a number of patrons get up and DJ themselves, skipping from song to song on the fly every minute or so. We weren't able to get every playlist, but we enjoyed them.

iPod Jukebox: April 9, 2008
Movies: Roger Corman Night: The Trip, The Wild Angels, Bloody Mama

Vampire Weekend – Mansard Roof
Jukebox The Ghost – Hold It In
She & Him – Why Do You Let Me Stay?
Long Blondes – Couples

Math And Physics Club – When We Get Famous
Good Shoes – In The City
La Casa Azul – Sin Canciones
Joy Zipper – Go Tell The World
Smooth – Make It Through

Aphrodelics – Rollin' On Chrome
Tubeway Army – Are Friends Electric?

Moloko – Fun For Me
Kinky – The Headphonist
Venus Hum – Pink Champagne

Clean Static – New Year's 1984
Moby – Every Day It's 1989
Calvin Harris – Acceptable In The '80s

Medley: Love Come Down / Night Court / Didn't Mean To Turn You On / Jungle Love / I Can't Wait / Don't Stop The Music / The Rain


Yann Tiersen – La Valse d'Amelie (Orchestra Version)
Blondie – Tide Is High
The Smiths – Girlfriend In A Coma
Velvet Underground – Stephanie Says

Shout Out Louds – Impossible
Silver Seas – Imaginary Girl
Jamie Lifell – Little Bit Of Feel Good
Martha And The Vandellas – Third Finger, Left Hand

Blur – Parklife
Supergrass – Caught By The Fuzz
Elastica – Stutter
Kenickie – Come Out 2 Nite
Manic Street Preachers – A Design For Life


Chris and Kat
Puscifer – Queen B
??? – Asymmetric
De/Vision – Subtronic (Best Of Steel Mix)
Loo and Placido – Black Battles (Beatles Vs. Black Eyed Peas Vs. Ludacris Vs. Kelis)
Imax – Nightlife


Morrissey – Boxers
Radiohead – Creep
Frank Sinatra – In The Wee Small Hours

Happy Anniversary to Us


iPod Jukebox started as a one-off night at Galaxy Hut in April 2004. We weren't even sure if anyone would show up, let alone bring their MP3 players and music to share. But 13 people dropped by to play some tunes, and we realized that maybe, just maybe, we were on to something.

Fast forward to 2008 and iPod Jukebox is still going strong, having been featured in The Washington Post and on NPR. We even were interviewed for German Television. And we couldn't have done it without you. Please come help us celebrate at Saint-Ex on April 9, and look for a much bigger party in June, when we enter our fifth year of events on 14th Street.


The Cricklewood Massive

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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