Tune-Yards It only made sense for Cut Chemist to open for Merrill Garbus aka tUnE-yArDs at The Music Box since Garbus will be on his upcoming album. The love was returned when it came time for tUnE-yArDs to perform “Gangsta” off 2011′s W H O K I L L. Cut Chemist came out and threw [...]
November 7th, 2011 · No Comments
August 8th, 2011 · No Comments
Cut Chemist is a legendary DJ and producer and well, we could spend about 2,000,000 words telling you why. Which would be unnecessary, because you probably know. If you want to win tickets to see the HOB Anaheim stop of his Tunnel Vission tour, a concept that has been evolving over the course of six [...]
March 7th, 2011 · No Comments
Sound of the Police is the most mind-blowing live record I’ve heard in a while. Cut Chemist comes correct with one turntable, one mixer, one big old loop pedal (a Boss RC-50 for the gearheads), a lot of vinyl and an overwhelming amount of creativity. He weaves scratchy, generally unheard of LPs and 45s from South America and Africa into new fresh sounds.
December 31st, 2010 · 1 Comment
I’m generally not a fan of top x album of the year lists (cause the ones I see on other blogs ignore the massive amount of incredible releases on small labels as well as awesome self-released records) but I decided to do one anyway. Lots of beats and garage rock and most of them are [...]
May 13th, 2010 · 1 Comment
July 27th, 2009 · 1 Comment
The whole scene was well-thought out & actually pretty novel; I knew what to expect the whole journey up, but I was still a little astonished when I walked in. There were bright lights & big screens shining down on hundreds upon hundreds dancing all about glowing fountains & dramatic architectural structures. In the background, families were picnicking with one another & inside many more were exploring the free exhibits. All this was beautifully composed with the fading sun setting across the Santa Monica Mountains.