Dublab 19th Anniversary Celebration: Jennifer Herrema’s Top 10

Discogs is a proud sponsor of dublab celebrating 19 years of radio programming at its annual anniversary fundraiser! The Los Angeles based non-profit radio station will be hosting an all-evening, and into the late night party featuring live performances, DJs, video artists and not-to-be-missed surprise guests on Saturday, September 29, 2018. Dublab’s takeover of Zebulon LA for the second year in a row will be taking place in the main room, cafe and patio. Performances and DJ sets will come from Linafornia, The Pantones, Prophet (Stones Throw), Devendra Banhart, Geotic (Baths), DJ Mamabear, and many more, along with live visuals and screen printing by Hit+Run!

In anticipation, the host of dublab’s The Banana Question and member of Royal Trux and Black Bananas,  Jennifer Herrema, gave us a list of her Top 10 rollerskating jams!

This list is dedicated to rollerskating at the “Chocolate City” Boys Club. Shout out to SE Washington D.C. (where I grew up). All these songs are from my first 16 years of life. I bought a lot of these records at the 8th street (SE) record shop on my way home from school, mostly between 5th grade and 8th grade. I had Sims skateboard wheels on my roller skates and would practice on the concrete beneath the Anacostia River bridge with a jammin’ mixtape in my boom box… These were the jams – Jennifer Herrema


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Dublab’s 19th Anniversary Celebration takes place on Saturday, Sept. 29th, 2018 at Zebulon in Los Angeles, CA. Jennifer Herrema’s program, The Banana Question airs every fourth Wednesday from 12 to 2PM, PST.


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