July 14, 2012

DJ setlist: "Camp Out" for Gendered Intelligence @ The Royal Vauxhall Tavern, London

Wotever World hosted a wonderful evening for Gendered Intelligence at the RVT last night. So many great performers, a very friendly crowd and plenty of money raised so trans youth can do awesome things. What's not to love?

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During the main part of the set - after the second bloc of live acts - I teamed up with the gloriously energetic and enthusiastic Puja Maniar behind the decks, and much fun was had by all. Here's what we played:

Hedwig & the Angry Inch - Tear Me Down
Roger Anthony Yolanda Mapes- I Wanna Know
Coyote Grace - Daughterson
The Mechanisms - Pump Shanty
Athens Boys Choir - Metrosexual Threw Off My Gaydar
Team Dresch - Freewheel
Bitesize - Understudy
Huggy Bear - Herjazz
Gossip - Listen Up!
Metric - Help! I'm Alive
Uh Huh Her - Not a Love Song

[LIVE ACTS]

R.E.M. - What's the Frequency, Kenneth?
Against Me! - I Was a Teenage Anarchist
The King Blues - We Are What We Own

[LIVE ACTS]

David Bowie - Let's Dance
Blondie - Atomic
The Undertones - Teenage Kicks
Blur - Girls and Boys
Suede - Beautiful Ones
Electric Six - Danger! High Voltage
The Kinks - You Really Got Me
The Cure - Friday I'm in Love
The Smiths - There is a Light That Never Goes Out
Franz Ferdinand - Do You Want To?
The Arctic Monkeys - I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor
Hole - Celebrity Skin
Garbage - Special
Lily Allen - Fuck You
Stevie Wonder - Superstitious
Gloria Jones - Tainted Love
Aretha Franklin - Respect
Etta James - I Just Want To Make Love To You
James Brown - Papa's Got a Brand New Bag
The Jam - Town Called Malice
The Clash - Rock The Casbah
Dresden Dolls - Girl Anachronism
T-Rex - 20th Century Boy
Queen - I Want It All
Pulp - Common People
Gossip - Standing In The Way of Control

The Strokes - Last Night
Republica - Ready To Go
No Doubt - Just a Girl


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  1. Sue

    Pulp- Common People – one of the best songs ever written! “she came from Greece she had a thirst for Knowledge” Pure genius.

    14 Jul 2012, 21:03

  2. Suja pulled that one out! (although I’m always up for playing it. Best ever explanation of class privilege in the form of song? Also, fun :)

    15 Jul 2012, 09:40

  3. sue

    agree about the class thing and think there is a definite sense that all the privilege is not with the rich upper classes. and, you’re right, great fun too.

    15 Jul 2012, 11:13


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