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In Tha D
March 16, 2010 11:49 AM PDT
Blissful beats straight outta the D...
August 23, 2009 03:45 PM PDT
This is my latest mix I recently made on one of the hottest days of the summer! I used VINYL ONLY folks...
Much love and respect~Cut to tha deep...
December 14, 2008 08:21 PM PST
This is a very old mix I did in '02
Somethin I did on the fly just so I could listen to some of my records in my car...
Deep in Detroit Vol 1.
December 12, 2008 06:15 PM PST
Here is the first mix of this series, I made this mix in Feb. 07
Deep in Detroit Vol 2.
December 12, 2008 03:32 PM PST
Here's my latest mix, Enjoy!
Jennifer Xerri is a true messenger of Detroit’s deep house sound. Impeccable mixing skills allow her to drop the headphones and create long masterful blends, transforming tracks into something uniquely her own. Jennifer's education began in the early nineties, experiencing this time was magical and profoundly influenced her style. Once she discovered the Dance Room in Record Time, she spent countless hours digging. It wasn't long before her labour of love evolved into an amazing record collection and her Dj career was born. To this day Xerri still prefers to play strictly vinyl sets. With passion and relentless spirit, Xerri’s sixteen year journey as a DJ has led her to become a solid presence among the Detroit elite. She has played the Movement Festival several times and has spun with some of the D's most talented and respected artists: Theo Parrish, Kenny Dixon Jr., Rick Wilhite, Kyle Hall and Mike Huckaby (just to name a few.) Jennifer’s discerning musical taste and fantastic mixing skills have won her fans the world over. Having an uncompromising level of commitment, she is dedicated to pushing the envelope to bring about a unique experience that sets her apart from the rest. With an uncanny ear she allows the music to speak for itself, while adding appeal and sophistication with her intuitive sense to create a deep journey from a Detroit perspective. Currently, Jennifer is pursuing music production. This natural progression is refining and shaping her keen sense of taste as a DJ as well. She was also recently interviewed for the upcoming documentary, "Girls Gone Vinyl" the untold story of female DJs. Jennifer will continue to aspire in the name of deep house music, a thumping pulse that resonates within the depths of her being. She shares with you, in hopes that the music will indeed elevate your soul to another level.
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