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Valentine’s Day Playlist by Nana Addae ’19

25 Valentine’s Day Inspired Tracks brought to you by Nana Addae’19, president of EC Radio. The once defunct EC Radio club is back!

For those that are unfamiliar, EC Radio was a force to be reckoned during the 2011-2014 semesters. After several e-board issues including the transfer of the former EC Radio president,  not much has been heard from the radio room located in St. Joe’s basement, leaving many former DJs and avid listeners disappointed in what was once a great program.

“I just got involved with bringing back EC Radio last semester after doing a long chase of finding the club and then finding out the club disbanded,” says sophomore Addae.

“I really wanted to bring the old cultural outlet that was once a big deal on campus back for folks to enjoy,” says Addae.

The club is not currently on air, but is currently searching for more DJ’s.

“We’re trying to narrow out the DJ situation but we’re looking for more people to have on board, so anyone is welcome,” says Addae.

To find out more about EC Radio and to get involved contact Mary Muench’ 17 at


Track list:

Can’t Keep Checking My Phone – Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Lovers’ Carvings – Bibio
Feelin’ Lovely – Dev Hynes
See Thru To U – Flying Lotus
My Heart Belongs To U – Joedeci
U Don’t Have to Call – Erykah Badu
Lovers – Brothertiger
Lost (feat. Redinho) – Rustie
Trust (fear. Marsha Ambrosius) – Robert Glasper Experiment
Pharaohs – SBTRKT
Long Flowing Robe – Todd Rundgren
100,000 – Jai Paul
Touch – Toro Y Moi
Temporary View (feat. Sampha) – SBTRKT
Hot Hands – Darius
DLM – James Blake
Sleep Sound – Jamie xx
Recollections of the Wraith – Shabazz Palaces
No Woman – Whitney
The Glitzy Hive – Neon Indian
Baby Love – New Edition
Thinking – Submotion Orchestra
95 South (Of All the Places We’ve Been) – Gil Scott-Heron
Tom Toms – Karriem Riggins
Words That We Both Know – James Blake


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