PITCHFORK TV: DAYTRIPPING WITH DJ RUPTURE

Back in October, Pitchfork TV followed me around for a day: studio visit, Brooklyn tacos with Matt Shadetek, some recording in Bushwick alongside Brent Arnold, and my show on WFMU.

It was a strange thrill to walk around my usual haunts being filmed by a 3-person camera crew: people stare, ask questions. Soaked in the media bath. You feel mildly famous and ultra-conspicuous

the revolution will not be televised – it will be embedded.

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For more behind-the-scenes info, music producers and beatmakers should check out this great post by Matt Shadetek where he discusses our studio technique in detail. Matt will be doing these weekly, take note!

10 thoughts on “PITCHFORK TV: DAYTRIPPING WITH DJ RUPTURE”

  1. “Embedding of revolution disabled by request.”

    (Or, I can’t see you inna my RSS.)

  2. waynes funnier then he lets on!

    I like how sexy they make the clutter look

  3. rupture (and anyone else)- im heading to ecuador this weekend- any good tips for places to track down records/ see live music in quito? thanks

  4. Hello Rupture:

    We once played together in Perú with sonido martines, i am having now a radio show every wednesday at radio Valentin Letelier of chile

    http://radiovalentinletelier.cl/

    its at 9 pm (Lima hour i think new york is one hour later) so if you want to hear about peruvian chicha and hear real real dark and groovy stuff you know where to go

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