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Maria Chavez’s Turntables in Houson

At the Contemporary Arts Museum

The talented avant-turntablist Maria Chavez performed recently at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, which has uploaded a nearly seven-minute video of her playing. She has a one-turntable setup, in which she samples the records — 7″s and 12″s, one of the latter beautifully transparent — in realtime and layers and mixes the material as she proceeds, with an emphasis on broken beats and surface noise. Video posted at the museum’s youtube.com channel. It was recorded on March 17, 2016. Chavez is from Houston originally, having been born in Lima, Peru, and now lives in New York City. More from her at soundcloud.com/maria-chavez, mariachavez.org, twitter.com/chavezsayz, and instagram.com/chavezsayz.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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