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Paul Miller, a.k.a DJ Spooky

DJ Spooky, multi-media artist and author or "Sound Unbound: Sampling Digital Music and Culture"

Paul Miller, a.k.a DJ Spooky appears in the following:

DJ Spooky at the Met

Monday, December 24, 2012

DJ Spooky (aka Paul D. Miller), DJ, conceptual artist, and the editor of Sound Unbound: Sampling Digital Music and Culture, talks about being artist-in-residence at and "reframing" the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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DJ Spooky at the Met

Thursday, October 25, 2012

DJ Spooky (aka Paul D. Miller), DJ, conceptual artist, and the editor of Sound Unbound: Sampling Digital Music and Culture, talks about being artist-in-residence at and "reframing" the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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After-Air: DJ Spooky and Keith Shocklee on 30 Years of 'Rapper's Delight'

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Celeste Headlee sits down for an after-air conversation about the first mass-market rap single, "Rapper's Delight," which was released by The Sugarhill Gang 30 years ago this week. She's joined by hip hop musician Paul Miller (better known as DJ Spooky) and Keith Shocklee, who produced Public Enemy with The Bomb Squad.

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Rapper's Delight: 30 Years Later

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

The Sugar Hill Gang's "Rapper's Delight" hit the disco and pop charts 30 years ago this week, transforming hip-hop from live street perfomance to a mainstream moneymaker. We look at the impact of 30 years of "Rapper's Delight" on music and culture with Mark Anthony Neal, professor of black pop culture at Duke University, and Paul Miller (better known as DJ Spooky). And for a firsthand account of the phenomenon that was the Sugar Hill Gang, we talk to Keith Shocklee of The Bomb Squad, and a producer for Public Enemy.

(Celeste continued the conversation with Miller and Shocklee in an After-Air conversation: Check it out below.)

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DJ Spooky: Civil Rights Unbound

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Throughout the last century, the struggle of the civil rights movement has been documented in photos, speeches, poems and paintings. Paul Miller, a.k.a. DJ Spooky, mixed clips from the long history of the civil rights movement and created a digital media collage that was commissioned specifically for the NAACP’s centennial. It's called, "Winds of Change: A Composition and Homage to the NAACP on 100 Years of Change." The Takeaway talks to DJ Spooky about his work.

 

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Sample Mix

Friday, August 15, 2008

Douglas Feith reveals what it was like behind the walls of federal intelligence at the turn of the century in his new recent work, War and Decision: Inside the Pentagon at the Dawn of the War on Terrorism. Plus: DJ Spooky a/k/a Paul Miller blends high art and hip hop ...