Tonight, Cut Chemist performs in front of the United Nations in New York City in support of One Day On Earth, a documentary film that simply captures various filmed images from around the world on one specific day. What Cut Chemist did was gather some of the best sounds from the film and create a song. If you think of a track like Coldcut‘s “Timber”, it’s similar in nature but a bit more advanced and updated to represent the world today, which perhaps is not so different as the world (and people) of the past.
With a visit to NYC, Cut Chemist will be doing an all 45’s set at the Bowery on Monday before heading back home (or looking for more radio spots), as he prepares to complete his next album, Die Cut He’ll then be heading to Brazil for a show and then return home for a visit to the I Love This City Festival in San Francisco at the end of the month. Chaotic? I wish I was able to do that kind of traveling, Mr. Chemist. For you, the fan of Cut’s chemistry, here is where you’ll see him in the next month:
April 23… New York, NY (Bowery Electric)
May 11… Sao Paulo, Brazil (Sonar)
May 25… San Francisco, CA (I Love This City Festival)
Meanwhile, his “Outro (Revisited)” single (on A Stable Sound) can be purchased on the trusty vinyl format, along with the trendy digital ones. You can buy vinyl directly from the official Cut Chemist store @ BigCartel.