You know that feeling, when you stumble upon a song by some artist you’ve never heard of before and you fall all the way to the ground so hard you […]
Anjoli Roy, aka PhDJ, is a grad student in the English department at UHMānoa. Though she doesn't know a ton about music, she does believe that music and creative writing have a good thing going on (thank you, Warsan Shire, for making this known!), so she started a show called "It's Lit" that features writers to love and the music their work plays best around. Featured writers select 2-4 songs to play around or with their pieces. The result has been an unpredictable (in the best way) show, and Anjoli is now learning way more about music than even she thought possible. While pursuing this dream of being a DJ who knows more about music than 90s hip hop, Anjoli also works a full-time job, teaches the occasional creative writing class, surfs whenever she's not chained to a desk, and avoids her dissertation. It's quite possible she may never graduate.
Posts by ItsLitwithPhDJ
Guys, what’s more exciting than a Friday when one of your favorite artists drops a brand new track?! Anishinaabe electro-pop artist Wolf Saga, aka one of my musical husbands (so […]
“I’m a fish in the ocean of existence. Kanaloa makes the wave and I offer no resistance.” –Dåkot-ta I was first introduced to the ever-dope musical artist Dåkot-ta when I […]
by PhDJ Poetry and music, woven beautifully on an album. No, I’m not talking about Lemonade, (though, full disclosure, I loved that album too). I’m talking about Michi Saagiig Nishnaabeg […]
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