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REVIEW: Rhythm Science

Jesse Stewart

Published: 2004-09-01

Jesse Stewart reviews Paul D. Miller's "Rhythm Science," a manifesto of sorts. Better known as DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid, Miller draws on an array of theoretical, historical, and autobiographical information in discussing the art of digital sampling. Miller/Spooky's improvisational writing style, and innovation in book design, is also discussed.

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...the innovative working models of improvisation developed by creative practitioners have helped to promote a dynamic exchange of cultural forms, and to encourage new, socially responsive forms of community building across national, cultural, and artistic boundaries.

– Ajay Heble