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SUNDAY SESSIONS 073: DJ Rebecca Goldberg

Rebecca Goldberg

DJ Rebecca Goldberg returns for a set on the SUNDAY SESSIONS, in which the mix she dropped at this past year’s CHARIVARI DETROIT 2016.  Goldberg has become one of the region’s most visible DJ’s as she has been featured at numerous venues around the Metro Detroit area along with branching off into music production, having released two EPs, in addition to spinning at MOVEMENT and Charivari Detroit Electronic Music Festivals.  Goldberg, who used to spin under the name Cash4Gold is also senior contributor to the music and lifestyle digital publication, MOTORCITYBLOG.  

The action happens on the SUNDAY SESSIONS, this Sunday, August 21, 11pm - 12midnight on 101.9 WDET and wdet.org.

REBECCA GOLDBERG BIO

Back when radio ruled and the boombox gave us mixtapes, live broadcasts were the very essence of the Detroit club-music scene. Technology was turning cassettes into CDs and Rebecca’s frequent trips to Harmony House fueled her music collection. She poured over the cherished tunes that were spun on Saturday nights at the State Theatre’s legendary “Club X”. Inspired by Stacey “Hotwaxx” Hale, the Godmother of House Music, who was reigning over the airwaves, it was only a matter of time before Rebecca would satiate her musical appetite as a disc jockey. 

Rebecca is now a seasoned radio DJ, having mixed on Detroit public radio station WDET 101.9’s Sunday Sessions show, 89.3 WHFR out of Dearborn, as well as various internet radio stations hosted in Detroit and worldwide. She holds down a few residencies for area dance nights and just released her second EP of 2016 under the moniker 313 Acid Queen. In January, she released “A Trip to the Moon” an EP arranged to accompany Georges Méliès’ classic 1902 silent film “Le Voyage Dans La Lune.”

Image credit: Rebecca Goldberg Music

About the Author

Chris Campbell

Host/Producer, The Progressive Underground

Host/journalist/DJ/producer with a deep interest in curating Detroit’s rich music scene and presenting it to the world-at-large.

ccampbell@wdet.org   Follow @cambeaux

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