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Cut Chemist Biography
As well as being one of the ablest solo turntablists on the globe, Cut
Chemist is also a member of two highly rated crews: underground rap
kings Jurassic 5 and the Los Angeles Latin funk band Ozomatli. He came
up with the L.A. rap group Unity Committee, and debuted on wax with the
B-side of UC's 1993 single Unified Rebelution. The track Lesson 4:
The Radio was a tribute to and continuation of Double D and Steinski's
seminal hip-hop collage masterpiece Lessons 1-3, and included nods to
Indeep, Bob James, Spoonie Gee, and Dan Ackroyd.
Soon after the record's release, Unity Committee came together with
another group, Rebels of Rhythm, to form Jurassic 5. Cut Chemist kept
quite busy with the group, contributing Lesson 6 to the group's
eponymous EP and producing the entire record. He also delved into
remixing (DJ Shadow, Liquid Liquid) and outside work (scratching for
Less Than Jake; appearing with Ozomatli). In mid-1997, Cut Chemist
recorded his album debut, Live at the Future Primitive Sound Session,
with Shortkut of Invisibl Skratch Piklz. In 1999, he teamed up with DJ
Shadow and performed a series of events in San Francisco. Brainfreeze
is a live recording of a rehearsal for one of those shows, and became a
popular and hard to find album. In 2001, the duo followed up their
previous success with Product Placement, a studio record that
stylistically followed the pattern of Brainfreeze (two long tracks, two
DJs). In 2004, Cut Chemist issued Litmus Test, a remixed collection of
his previous work. It was followed in 2006 by The Audience's Listening.
His tracks have also appeared on two seminal turntablist compilations,
Return of the DJ, Vol. 1 and Deep Concentration. ~ John Bush, All Music