September 30, 2009

DJ Spooky: Subliminal Thinking

Trip-Hop spinster DJ Spooky hits up Philly's Northstar Bar on Oct. 8. His new album, "The Secret Song," drops two days earlier.
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Paul D. Miller, aka DJ Spooky, is an innovative chap. Last time he hit the Philly area, Spooky did a live reconstruction of KKK propaganda film, "Birth of a Nation." That was pretty sick stuff - a crazy multi-media extravaganza where Spooky spun his own brand of electro madness, while manipulating clips from the century-old movie and adding computer-generated special effects.
On Oct. 6, Spooky will release his new record, "The Secret Song." The sound of it so far, sees Spooky mixes all brands of electronic music for fans of jungle, avant garde urban rhythms, world beat and turntablism. The disc also features wordplay from The Jungle Brothers and The Coup, Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore and scratch battling from The X-Ecutioner Rob Swift.

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