A Stable Sound Episode #3: Halloween Special

img_2055Episode 3 offers Halloween related soul, funk, rock and hip hop from Cut Chemist aka Al Bundy, Mike Styles, Hymnal and Marvski as well as a phone call with Bushwick Bill and the usual never heard before exclusives from the A Stable Sound vaults.

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A Stable Sound airs live every 1st, 3rd (and sometimes 5th) Saturdays from 6-8 PM (PST) on www.dublab.com

ASS Episode 2: 808s and Heartaches

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Cut Chemist begins the second EP with a dedication to his fans at the previous week’s Tipper and Friends show in Denver by playing a section of his ‘head nod psychedelic’ set. Mike Styles follows up last week’s Brazilian selections with classic funk and hip hop. We then explore the connection between dance music legends Egyptian Lover and Arthur Baker as well as Cut’s first encounter with hip hop through a live concert he recorded in 1983. L’Trimm is reunited on the air to help bring the party up a notch along with DJ IQ on the cut. Put this all together with a Bob Dylan shout out for good measure and you have the second Episode of ASS…

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Listen to A Stable Sound Live every 1st & 3rd Saturday (…and sometimes 5th) live on dublab from 6pm-8pm (PST).
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A Stable Sound Episode 1: Happy Birthday Cut Chemist

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For over 20 years, Cut Chemist has toured the globe searching for music. Now the time has come to share that collection to the public every 1st and 3rd Saturday. The show will feature different segments to tackle different genres such as cassette culture new wave and rap demos, deep funk 45s, world beats and even contemporary artists and live guests.

“I’ve been missing the ‘party in a box’ feel of mix shows that used to exist 20 and 30 years ago like NYCs Red Alert show or the LA and Bay Area’s Wake Up Show. This is my chance to bring it back and share all the great music and talent I’ve run across over the years.”
-Cut Chemist

A Stable Sound Episode 1 is a celebration for the man of the hour, always sweet, never sour and YO! Cut Chemist sure knows how to throw himself a birthday party. Guest appearances on this one include Thes One (PUTS), Hymnal, Marvski, Gaslamp Killer, the Beat Junkies and a gang of Cut’s favorite selectors plus an interview with Mark the 45 King! Enjoy.

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CUT CHEMIST IS COMING TO DUBLAB!

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The world has been waiting! This Saturday Cut Chemist will take his maiden voyage as host on a brand new radio program for dublab! The first episode of A Stable Sound will debut of a new radio program on www.dublab.com on Saturday October 1st from 6-10pm PST and will feature a slew of guest djs and emcees in celebration of Cut’s B-day!

TUNE IN LIVE THIS SATURDAY 6PM-10PM PST

NEW RELEASE: The Audience’s Following

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“The Audience’s Following” is a 10 year anniversary fan club edition version of “The Audience’s Listening.”
I like to call this the bizarro version follow up to ‘Audience’ as it features songs that never made the cut and demo versions of songs that did. There are also b-sides from vinyl singles plus a special mix of the original song sampled for “What’s The Altitude” by Curtis Knight.
Have fun listening to the album that was almost released 10 years ago.
Happy 7/11 everyone! Slurp slurp!
-CUT CHEMIST

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Cut Chemist’s “Lesson 6: The Lecture” | Twenty Years Later

IMG_7882“Now that you’re ready for your second lesson.  Let us look back and see what were the most important things you have learned from your first lesson.”  Twenty Years Ago Cut Chemist composed “Lesson 6:  The Lecture,” a 1996 recording, officially released on Jurassic 5’s breakthrough debut EP in ’97.  Fast forward to Summer School 2016, we’re blowing the dust off and reopening the text books right where we left off in ’96 in case some of ya’ll  producers forgot.

“In 1994, I released a song called ‘Lesson 4: The Radio.’  It was inspired by Double Dee and Steinski’s Three Part Lesson series in the 80s. ‘Lesson 4’ pays homage to hip hop radio mix shows that helped shape my knowledge of the culture when I was growing up.  A year later I started working on the ‘Lesson 5’ which explored the pre-rap disco breaks era.  At the same time I was doing studies on time signatures with samples.  I became fascinated with this concept so I scrapped ‘Lesson 5’ and jumped straight into ‘Lesson 6.’  I figured I would always come back to ‘Lesson 5’ at some point but never did.  ‘Lesson 6:  The Lecture’ was the last piece of my intended three part series.  It took me two years to complete with some of help from my friends.  Mumbles, Hymnal, and DJ Nu-Mark all made suggestions along the way that helped shape it into what would become a very important composition for me.  Since ‘Lesson 4’ debuted on the b-side of Jurassic 5’s first single, what better home would there be for the next in the series than on the following J5 release, Jurassic 5 EP?  This would set the precedent for every J5 LP thereafter to include an instrumental DJ track, including ‘Swing Set’ and ‘Acetate Prophets’ where DJ Nu-Mark would join in on the fun and compose with me.” -Cut Chemist

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Cut Chemist presents Lesson 6:  The Lecture EP.  Remastered for 2016 this release includes his Cut’s mid-nineties opus in its original form from the original session multi-tracks with all elements intact.   The original track itself is sometimes confused for the 1999 major label “watered down” rerelease.  Also included is “Lesson 6:  Instrumental (DIY Version)” minus the cuts and dialogue plus “Lesson 6:  The Sketch” a raw and sometimes crude, unedited 15-minute practice tape that became the blueprint for this monumental lesson.  ‘Lesson 6’ has become a spring board not only for the cut-n-paste style associated with Cut Chemist’s approach to production but a feel for Jurassic 5’s music as an eclectic and inventive whole.

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Cut Chemist on Tour

 

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http://cutchemist.com/tour