100 Northern Ave
Boston, Massachusetts 02210

Blurring the lines between hip-hop, electronic and classical music, DJ Spooky, that Subliminal Kid, will “live sample” a string trio while building bridges between digital culture and the traditions of composers as diverse as Bach, Gotan Project, and Radiohead. DJ Spooky, aka Paul Miller, is a conceptual artist, writer, and musician. His written work has appeared in such publications as Village Voice, Artforum, and Raygun. He has worked with such composers as Pierre Boulez, Steve Reich and Iannis Xenakis, as well as performers including Yoko Ono and Sonic Youth. His artwork was included in the 2007 Venice Biennale in the African Pavilion.

Official Website: http://www.icaboston.org/programs/performance/

Added by enfa on December 29, 2007


DJ durutti

$20 general admission; $15 members, students, and seniors

Should be a fantastic performance.

DJ Spooky performed Anthony De Ritis' Devolution: A Concerto for DJ and Orchestra with the BMOC at Sanders last spring, which was quite an impressive gig.


I'm pretty sure this sold out.


I attended this. Frankly, it was kinda boring.

I had more fun the night before, when Paul spun for ICA's "Experiment." That was a blast.


He was really good at the Boston Modern Orchestra Project last May, too.

DJ durutti

don't know if you all saw the reviews, but the Subliminal Strings performance was universally panned savaged in the Globe, Phoenix, and Herald. See here

The first line of the Herald review was way over-the-top and exceedingly harsh: "If you gave DJ Spooky an enema, you could fit him in a tin can." sheeeit.