Discography of Live Human:
|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|2||Orange Bush Monkey Flower||3||1999-03-00||FatCat Records|
|3||Monostereosis: The New Victrola Method||19||1999-05-00||FatCat Records|
|4||Monostereosis: The New Victrola Method||15||1999-05-00||FatCat Records|
|5||Monostereosis: The New Victrola Method||16||2000||Hip Hop Slam|
|8||Live Human||9||1997||Cosmic Records (3)|
|10||Elephants' Bliss / Lesson # 7||2||2001||Matador|
|12||Monostereosis: The New Victrola Method||15||2000||Hip Hop Slam|
|13||Bbreakseven [Remixes]||24||2007||Cosmic Records (3)|
|15||1999||14||1999||Not On Label (Live Human Self-Released)|
Formed in San Francisco's Bay Area, Live Human form a 3-piece experimental hip-hop ensemble, consisting of Albert Mathias (drums) and Andrew Kushin (upright bass), alongside Carlos Aguiler (aka DJ Quest) - a member of Battle DJ collectives, The Space Travellers and The Bulletproof Scratch Hamsters.
A former DMC champion, who's beaten off the likes of The Invisibl Skratch Picklz, in Live Human Quest acts as a pure turntablist, relying solely on his amazing sleights of wrist to flesh out Mathias and Kushin's loose, live beats n' bass chassis with a stunning, spontaneous display of scratchadelic skills. Check out the brief but awesome 'G-Shroom' for a stunning example of these skills - vinyl source material is chopped around and transformed, pushed and pulled to form a mad, sliced-up flow.
Occupying a unique space in the genres of both free-improvised jazz and hip-hop, Live Human's performance consists of a free-flowing flux, with no instrument subordinate to any other.