Good News: I’m Going Underground

I wanted to start off this blog with a bit of good news. I’m joining the team of Club Underground. This is from the party’s newsletter:

Club Undergroud welcomes the lovely DJ Liz O. & the equally lovely DJ Bip Jeffington to our team. Both Liz & Jeff have guest DJ’d for Underground in the past and the response is always a great, so we look forward to having them aboard in 2012 and beyond!
Both Liz & Jeff have DJ’d at some of LA’s best clubs as well as having producing their own successful nights/events.
Full DJ profiles coming soon on our new website (launching soon) and on future email blasts.

Club Underground is one of my favorite parties in L.A. and I’m really happy to be joining the team and have the chance to spin amazing Brit pop, indie and electro records regularly.  To celebrate, let’s dance to the song after the jump.

My next gig at Underground is on January 6. It’s also Soft Cell night. If you want an idea of what I’ll be spinning, check out this set list from my birthday gig at the club, which took place a few weeks ago.

Echo and the Bunnymen– Lips Like Sugar
The Smiths– Bigmouth Strikes Again
The Clash– Train in Vain
Bastard Pop– Kylietron
Hot Chip– Ready for the Floor
Elastica– Connection
New Order– Bizarre Love Triangle
Franz Ferdinand– Michael
New Young Pony Club– The Bomb
The Cure– The Walk
Interpol– PDA
Joy Division– Isolation
White Lies– Death
M83– Midnight City
Royksopp– Eple
Daft Punk– Da Funk
Cornershop– Brimful of Asha (Norman Cook re-edit)
Belle and Sebastian– Legal Man
The Jam– Start!
Arcade Fire– Neighborhood #4
Morrissey– November Spawned a Monster
Blur– Coffee and TV
The Rapture– How Deep Is Your Love?
Dot Allison– Substance (Felix da Housecat mix)
Golden Boy with Miss Kittin– Rippin’ Kittin
Saint Etienne– We’re in the City
Marc Almond– Tears Run Rings (Justin Strauss Remix)
Fun Boy Three- Our Lips Are Sealed

Check out Club Underground on Facebook. Oh, yeah, you can find me there too.

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