solipsistic NATION No. 198: DJ Spooky, Live

DJ Spooky, LiveThe first Friday of each month I feature a live set from an electronic musician. But here’s the thing, I’m not sure today’s show is actually a live set.

Let me explain.

A few months back I asked Paul D. Miller (AKA DJ Spooky, That Subliminal Kid) if he had a recording of one of his concerts I could play on the show. Or maybe I asked him if he’s like to be a guest DJ on solipsistic NATION. I can’t exactly recall. Like I said, it’s been a couple of months.

This much I know: Paul sent me a mix that he played in Sudan and/or he made with his iPhone app. So is it live? I don’t know but I’m going to roll with it because it’s pretty awesome!

So let’s talk about Paul.

Paul is a is a turntablist, a producer and an author who has pretty much been part of my world since I first embraced electronic music back in the 90s back when he was part of the Illbient scene. Since then Paul has popped up on my radar again and again with his album and his remixes (my personal favorites are the remixes he has done for the Red Hot series).

As I mentioned, Paul is also an author and has written Rhythm Science (Mediaworks Pamphlets) and was the editor of Sound Unbound: Sampling Digital Music and Culture.

Paul is also a professor of music mediated art at the European Graduate School where he co-teaches with Michael Schmidt Intensive Summer Seminars in Saas-Fee, Switzerland.

There is much, much more to Paul and will go over Paul’s multifaceted background when I have him back on solipsistic NATION to talk about Sound Unbound: Sampling Digital Music and Culture. In the meantime, enjoy today’s show, whether it’s live or not!

Join us again next week I’ll be showcasing music from Jeronoa Fruits Recordings. If you’re into drum and bass you’re going to love next week’s show!

Photo Credit: ©Jason A Layne

  1. Interview with Paul D. Miller, AKA DJ Spooky, That Subliminal Kid
  2. DJ Spooky “Boombox Intro”
  3. Public Enemy + DJ Spooky “By The Time I get to Arizona 2010″ [FREE DOWNLOAD]
  4. DJ Spooky “Drum Solo w/MC5″
  5. DJ Spooky + Rob Swift “Multiphonic”
  6. Damian Marley + Nas “As We Enter”
  7. DJ Felli Fell + Sean Paul + T-Pain “Feel It”
  8. Firelinks “Do Your Thing”
  9. Kat Deluna + Elephant Man “Whine Up”
  10. Madlib “Heavy”
  11. Mos Def “Supermagic”
  12. Dj Spooky featuring Emmanuel Jal “Nyakawai”
  13. Mos Def “Supermagic”
  14. Fat Joe “Ha Ha (Instrumental)”
  15. Talib Kweli + Hi-Tek “Ha Ha (Slow Down)”
  16. DJ Spooky “Afrique System”
  17. Magic System “Bouger Bouger”
  18. Awilo Longomba “Karolina”
  19. Dennis Christopher “Soulshakin”
  20. The Black Eye Peas “Boom Boom Boom”
  21. Rye Rye featuring M.I.A. “Bang Bang”
  22. Reel 2 Real “Go On Move”
  23. DJ Spooky “Now is the What”
  24. J-Star “No Diggity”
  25. Shabba Ranks, Bounty Killa & Johnny Osbourne “Lend Me the Chopper”
  26. Sanchez “Rock Bottom”
  27. Ky-Mani Marley “Warriors”
  28. Ronny Thwaites “Wicked Times”
  29. Ky-Mani Marley “Hypocrites”
  30. Johnny Osbourne & Shabba Ranks “Ice Cream Sound”
  31. Carol Cool “Upside Down”
  32. Family Circle and Sweet Lady “Reggae Beat Goes On”
  33. Flowering Inferno “Ciduad del Swing”
  34. Emmanuel Jal “Baai”
  35. Mulatu Astatke “Yègellé Tezeta (My Own Memory)”

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