As well to be among the ablest solo turntablists about the world, Cut Chemist can be an associate of two highly regarded crews: underground rap kings Jurassic 5 as well as the LA Latin funk band Ozomatli. He developed the L.A. rap group Unity Committee, and debuted on polish using the B-side of UC’s 1993 solitary “Unified Rebelution.” The monitor “Lesson 4: THE AIR” was a tribute to and continuation of Two times D and Steinski’s seminal hip-hop collage masterpiece “Lessons 1-3,” and included nods to Indeep, Bob Wayne, Spoonie Gee, and Dan Ackroyd. Immediately after the record’s launch, Unity Committee arrived as well as another group, Rebels of Tempo, to create Jurassic 5. Cut Chemist held quite busy using the group, adding “Lesson 6” towards the group’s eponymous EP and creating the complete record. He also delved into remixing (DJ Darkness, Liquid Water) and outdoors work (scratching for under Jake; showing up with Ozomatli). In middle-1997 Lower Chemist documented his recording debut, Live at the near future Primitive Sound Program, with Shortkut of Invisibl Skratch Piklz. In 1999 he teamed up with DJ Darkness and performed some events in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA. Brainfreeze is definitely a live documenting of the rehearsal for just one of those displays, and became a favorite and difficult to find recording. In 2001 the duo adopted up its earlier success with Item Placement, a studio room record that stylistically adopted the design of Brainfreeze (two lengthy paths, two DJs). In 2004 Cut Chemist released Litmus Check, a remixed assortment of his earlier work. It had been implemented in 2006 by an record of his very own productions, The Audience’s Hearing. This year 2010 he released the combine record Sound of the authorities, which highlighted Ethiopian and Afro-Brazilian recordings. His monitors have also made an appearance on two seminal turntablist compilations, Come back from the DJ, Vol. 1 and Deep Focus.