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Monday, March 22, 2010

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We want to hear what YOU listen to on your commute. Check out today's featured playlist – then submit yours in the comments section below!

Featured Playlist: DJ /rupture

Jace Clayton commutes a lot — just not always to the same place. Clayton travels the globe on a monthly basis, performing live sets and DJing parties from Buenos Aires to Berlin. This particular commute is from his home in Brooklyn to the studios of WFMU in Jersey City where he hosts Mudd Up!, his weekly radio show. 

 

Start: 45th Street (Brooklyn) 

Stop: Exchange Place (Jersey City) 

Jam #1: These New Puritans - "Attack Music"


Jam #2: Lil Silvio - "Voy Amanecer"


Jam #3: Richard Skelton - "Scar Tissue"


Jam #4: Mohamed Rouicha - "Ktar Hami"


Jam #5: jj - "Let Go"

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Comments [6]

Alex from Williamsburg

I have a pretty consistent mix when commuting to Flatiron: Tunng, Psapp, Goldfrapp, Snow Patrol, RJD2, Fields, Muse, and Animal Collective.

Apr. 21 2010 06:27 AM
nick from FiDi to Time Sq

The Prodigy: Climbatize, The Chemical Brothers: Star Guitar, Massive Attack: Paradise Circus.

Apr. 20 2010 12:06 PM
Joey from Coney Island

Good old fashion hard rock, like some ACDC. Hell classic rock in general, Beatles, Stones, Who. CCR, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, Steve Miller and countless others.

Also a few guilty pleasure songs from Beyoncé

Apr. 20 2010 12:04 PM
Adam from Long Island

On the long journey from Long Island to Times Square every day.. any or all of The National albums or Modest Mouse - We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank.

Apr. 20 2010 12:03 PM
Felicia from Williamsburg

On my way to work this morning I listened to a mix of Otis Redding and Nina Simone.

Apr. 20 2010 11:52 AM
Corey from Upper East Side

I only took the six train a few stops today-- 86th and 51st but my iPhone played a good mix with Okkervil River's "Plus Ones" and some Stephen Kellogg love songs.

Mar. 22 2010 07:02 PM

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