DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist collaborate using Afrika Bambaataa’s original record collection to celebrate his & Zulu Nation’s 40th anniversary
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$16 for one ticket to see DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist (up to $33 value)
When: Tuesday, September 9, at 8 p.m.
Where: Baltimore Soundstage
Door time: 7 p.m.
Ticket values include all fees
DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist
What DJ Shadow helped pioneer: instrumental hip-hop
Album that put him on the map: his 1996 debut, Endtroducing…..
His signature style: sampling rare pieces of music, including “The Human Abstract” from eclectic jazz composer David Axelrod
How you know he won’t run out of records to spin: he has more than 60,000 of them
How you know Cut Chemist: as the man manning the turntables for Jurassic 5 and, once upon a time, Latin funk act Ozomatli
Where else you’ve heard his scratching: on the soundtrack to Tony Hawk’s Underground 2
Cameo that makes best use of his name: Juno, where he played a chemistry teacher
Best singles to dance to: “The Garden,” “What’s the Altitude,” “Adidas to Addis”
Renegades of Rhythm Tour: DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist collaborate using pioneering DJ Afrika Bambaataa’s original vinyl record collection to celebrate his and Zulu Nation’s 40th Anniversary.