Live Human


Live Human

Also you may know as Livehuman
Also there are session musicians of Live Human: Albert Mathias, Andrew Kushin, DJ Quest (2)
Find this artist on the Web: http://livehuman.net/

Discography of Live Human:


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# Cover Release title Total tracks Download mp3 album Release date Label fo release
1 Improvisessions 4 1998-04-00 FatCat Records
2 Orange Bush Monkey Flower 3 1999-03-00 FatCat Records
3 Live Human - Monostereosis: The New Victrola Method Monostereosis: The New Victrola Method 19 1999-05-00 FatCat Records
4 Live Human - Monostereosis: The New Victrola Method Monostereosis: The New Victrola Method 15 1999-05-00 FatCat Records
5 Monostereosis: The New Victrola Method 16 2000 Hip Hop Slam
6 Live Human - Elefish Jellyphant Elefish Jellyphant 16 2000-00-00 Matador
7 Live Human - Elefish Jellyphant Elefish Jellyphant 16 2000 Matador
8 Live Human 9 1997 Cosmic Records (3)
9 Live Human - Elefish Jellyphant Elefish Jellyphant 16 2000 Matador
10 Elephants' Bliss / Lesson # 7 2 2001 Matador
11 Monostereosis 15 1999-05-00 FatCat Records
12 Monostereosis: The New Victrola Method 15 2000 Hip Hop Slam
13 Live Human - Bbreakseven [Remixes] Bbreakseven [Remixes] 24 2007 Cosmic Records (3)
14 Live Human - Elefish Jellyphant Elefish Jellyphant 18 2000-07-10
15 1999 14 1999 Not On Label (Live Human Self-Released)
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About Live Human

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.

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