Friday, January 21, 2011

DJ AMPM lives on music day and night





In the a.m., DJ AMPM-aka Alycia Ryan-works at Gramaphone Records as their hip-hop buyer. In the p.m., she spins everything from southern hip-hop to R&B and old-school soul music. Friday on "Eight Forty-Eight" she gave a sampling of her sound throughout the hour. At the end of the program, DJ AMPM down with host Alison Cuddy to talk about what gets her turntables spinning.

DJ AMPM spins a couple of weekly residencies: Thursday nights she’s at ñ in Chicago’s Avondale neighborhood and Fridays she spins southern hip-hop and more at Zentra on Chicago’s near North Side.

DJ AMPM Mini-Set:

Sugar Hill Gang, "Apache (Jump On It)"
Bobby Byrd, "I Know You Got Soul"
Willie Hutch "Brother's Gonna Work it Out"
Showbiz and A.G., "Party Groove"
J. Cole, "Who Dat" (instrumental)
Slim, "So Fly" (instrumental)
Big Pun, "You Came Up" (instrumental)


More of the show:

Download DJ AMPM's Mini Mix here:


DJ AMPM Fan Page

3 comments:

Yvonne said...

nice! (I think its hilarious my word verification to leave this comment was "migra") LMAO

algoriddim said...

Heard you this morning on NPR. Nice.

Michael said...

Dope. She's mad cool.