Tuesday, January 3 2012
DJ Shadow pieces together his sonic collages from a veritable mish-mash of samples and formats. His new album The Less You Know the Better is no less a compelling puzzle than his previous works. And so we set out to know more about this album by asking none other than Shadow himself ...
Tuesday, November 27 2012
While most greatest hits album serve as nothing more than a simple cash-grab, fans may be hesitant to check out the latest from DJ Shadow. Thankfully, this compilation aims to please new fans, and purist alike, and adds another essential piece to the DJ Shadow legacy.
Tuesday, September 27 2011
After another long break, DJ Shadow returns to his roots with an album that mostly brings to mind The Private Press.
Sunday, February 28 2010
DJ Shadow goes against the unfortunate grain and releases a killer 80-minute free-from, all-vinyl DJ set from Halloween '09.
Tuesday, September 26 2006
Everyone who ever loved Shadow's music owes it to themselves to judge The Outsider on its own merits.
Thursday, June 9 2005
In terms of its influence, its stature and its quality, Endtroducing... could lay a serious claim to being the most important album of 1990s.
Thursday, December 20 2012
DJ Shadow turned a Tuesday night into a Friday with his 'All Basses Covered' DJ set at Brooklyn Bowl. Fortunately, the New York crowd wasn't too confused.
Friday, July 27 2012
Bob Wood, National Program Director at the Chum Group, worked with us in producing this edition of Counterbalance, in which the 91st most acclaimed album of all time puts a smile on your face like Ultra-Brite.
Friday, October 7 2011
DJ Shadow has turned in a synapse-frying mixture of agit-prop video art and ‘80s VCR nostalgia, with a healthy dose of Tea Party baiting stirred in for good measure.
Tuesday, January 4 2011
DJ Shadow took to the road in 2010 without an album to promote, but instead with an agenda.
Friday, April 30 2010
Six 60-minute shows available for your listening pleasure on DJ Shadow Radio.