Released on Apr 21, 2017
DJ Roomba plays a variety of young artists
Released on Apr 7, 2017
DJ Roomba, feeling restricted by the thought of a theme for tonight's show, instead chooses to play whatever he feels. The majority of his show is dedicated to the tracks he's currently listening to on a day to day basis.
Released on Mar 31, 2017
Ever wondered what spinning is like from the unique perspective of DJ Roomba? (If you don't know what spinning is, you are not in the target audience of this episode.) Although I'm sure you haven't, here it is anyway.
Released on Mar 24, 2017
DJ Roomba has been disappointed in himself. It's no secret that his unabashed love for Frank Ocean has prevented him from sharing the deep cuts that used to make his show a "must listen". Take a listen to educate yourself with the finest deep cuts the world of music has to offer.
Released on Mar 10, 2017
DJ Roomba responds to the 25 degree change (!!) in weather between Thursday and Friday by basing his show's theme on songs about the weather. Loosely.
Released on Mar 3, 2017
DJ Roomba, as he runs out of playlists with which to entertain and edificate listeners, picks one he really didn't want to play- the saddest one he could possibly conjure up.
Released on Feb 24, 2017
DJ Roomba tries to stay respectful while exclusively playing songs with the word "Girl" in the title.
Released on Feb 17, 2017
DJ Roomba makes up for weeks of shallow tracks with some deep, deep, deep tracks. So deep they're in Brazilian Portuguese.
Released on Feb 13, 2017
DJ Roomba recaps his break, through song.
Released on Feb 10, 2017
DJ Roomba guides listeners to his most poppy and least obscure playlist of his career so far, due to playing twelve songs, each in a pair with another song of the same (or similar) name.
Released on Dec 9, 2016
DJ Roomba, after a late night in which he realized that the apocalypse, due to finals week, is nigh, plays an apocalypse-themed playlist, notably lacking in his characteristic deep cuts.
Released on Nov 18, 2016
After meeting some people, going on a journey, and taking a pit stop for some snacks, DJ Roomba finally allows listeners to enjoy the sounds of various cities, towns, and countries. Enjoy!
Released on Nov 11, 2016
DJ Roomba, admittedly, has done a really bad job of utilizing his 20 meal swipes this week, and he needs to use them all by Friday night. Help yourself!
Released on Nov 3, 2016
After last week's people-themed playlist, DJ Roomba leaves the people he met and hits the road (figuratively) with some travel-themed songs.
Released on Oct 27, 2016
To begin a loosely based series of episodes, DJ Roomba only plays songs which are also names. Except for "Take It Easy My Brother Charles," which he only included to educate listeners on the excellent music of 20th-century Brazil.
Released on Oct 20, 2016
DJ Roomba, after a week of self-discovery and late, ramen and coffee-fueled nights, asks some questions. Using songs with question words in their titles, he takes listeners on a jouney guiding them to spiritual success. May contain a rap solo from DJ Roomba himself.
Released on Oct 13, 2016
DJ Roomba had a "brain blast" last week, if you will, and will be playing rainbow and color-themed songs on this cold, (not actually) stormy night in Easton, examining the interesting relationship between music and color, but again, not actually.
Released on Oct 6, 2016
DJ Roomba, using a terrible, tenuous joke that doesn't really work as a starting point, shares some more of his favorites, with an emphasis on tracks with a nice beat. Featuring callers at the end, that is, if anyone is actually listening.
Released on Sep 30, 2016
DJ Roomba (Neil) responds to unbridled listener outrage (read: he had an idea last week) about last week's all-male playlist by playing exclusively female artists.