Tuesday, August 29, 2006

DJ Spooky - Waterloo Park - September 29, 2006

Remember at the Cut Chemist show it was said that they were going to bring someone special and that it might be DJ Spooky?!? Well while looking for more Gnarls Barkley info... I saw that it's mentioned on the AT&T Blueroom site. Sweet!

So another free show at Waterloo Park on Sept 29th at about 7:30pm with DJ Spooky.

Really makes me wonder how this helps their bottom lines like the Scion events. Curious. Who really cares right... free show!

More info:

DJ Spooky, That Subliminal Kid (born Paul D. Miller, 1970), is a Washington DC-born illbient and trip hop musician, turntablist and producer. He borrowed his stage name from a character in a William S. Burroughs novel.

Growing up in DC, Spooky became interested in punk and go-go music, and attended Bowdoin College in Maine, earning degrees in French literature and philosophy. He began writing science fiction and formed a collective called Soundlab with several other artists.

In the mid-1990s, Spooky began recording a series of singles and EPs. His debut LP, Songs of a Dead Dreamer, is now widely regarded as a formative influence on illbient. Riddim Warfare (see 1998 in music) was an underground hit that include collaborations with Dr. Octagon and other cult figures in indie rock.

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