Episode 68 of the Club Management podcast has arrived and this time, DJ Lindsey joins the show for part two of our “Mommas in Music” series.
DJ Lindsey knows no bounds when it comes to music. The exquisite selector takes listeners on a vast journey with her eclectic sets spanning from 80s New Wave, Hip-Hop, House and Bass.
The Georgia native garnered fame from her long-running Negroclash party where she DJed alongside music legends like Afrika Bambaataa, Mantronix and Larry Heard. Lindsey also captivated dancers with her incredible late 80s and 90s weekly party called The Hump, which she created with her husband DJ Myles.
Now, the podcast host and momma of two dives deep into the history and legacy of music across the Black diaspora with her incredible mix show called Black is Black on Sonos Radio.
This season, she’s delved deep into the history of Atlanta’s legendary Freaknik, the roots of Drum and Bass and so much more. And throughout all of this, Lindsey has managed to hold down the home front for her incredible children and family.
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Shannon talks to Lindsey about the early stages of her DJ career, how life changed when motherhood found her, the inspiration behind her buzzing podcast Black is Black and what it was like to DJ for the late great Prince.