lunes, 22 de septiembre de 2014

Mudd Up!

27 de agosto 2014

Mudd Up! es un extraordinario recurso multi-culti de música, literatura y arte en general. ¡Lo recomiendo! Check it out! Los dos creadores de este proyecto son DJ Rupture y Jace Clayton (Ok, son la misma persona).

DJ /rupture

“You won’t find another musician as agile and reckless as DJ /rupture.” — Mary Ann Hobbes, BBC1
DJ Rupture is a bass visionary from New York City, known for adventurous sets that integrate music from the global South into the latest developments in club culture. His originality and grassroots cosmopolitan approach have led to collaborations with Norah Jones, the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra, filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer, and guitarist Andy Moor (The Ex).
Rupture has toured widely and released several critically-acclaimed albums since his 2001 debut,Gold Teeth Thief, which VIBE Magazine described as “a “stunning, globe-trotting, three-turntable mix… bumping, brash, and without borders.” In 2011 he was featured on the cover of WireMagazine. Rupture has done 2 John Peel sessions, and hosted a radio show on award-winning independent station WFMU for 5 years.
In 2012 Rupture made most of his mix albums available for free – you can get them here. Recent projects include Sufi Plug Ins, a free suite of music-making software based on non-western conceptions of sound. He writes and gives talks on contemporary culture under his own name,Jace Clayton.

Jace Clayton

Jace Clayton lives and works in New York City. Clayton uses an interdisciplinary approach to focus on how sound, memory, and public space interact, with an emphasis on low-income communities and the global South. A rigorous conceptual framework grounds each project it moves across areas as diverse as software design, sculptural objects, or performance. As DJ /rupture, he has performed widely and released several critically acclaimed albums. He is currently writing a book on music at the dawn of the digital century for Farrar, Straus and Giroux. (Sign up to receive his monthly newsletter)

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