Visual Mix: “Face of Another”

I’m very excited to finally bring you the “Face of Another” mix, a special live set by DJ ill spectre (yours truly) that also showcases some hypnotic visual work by the talented Marilia Maschion.

This has been floating around in the ether for a while now— originally conceived as a mix for some friends that passed through on tour, then expanded to a 2 hour set for MOPA‘s “POP Thursdays”, later distilled to a shorter visual set performed at the West Ivy Warehouse parties, expanded once again to a 2 hour visual set performed at The Whistle Stop, and then refined further to what you have in front of you today. For me, this is by far the finest permutation of the mix. Marilia’s visuals, which feature a series of expertly manipulated scenes from some of our favorite films, give it a truly cinematic quality.

We hope you enjoy it! You can stream the visual mix up above (I’d recommend HD and full-screen viewing). If you’d simply like to stream or download the audio, you can do so below. Check out the cover art, mix tracklist, and visual setlist after the jump.

Face of Another by DJ ill spectre

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TRACKLIST

John Talabot – “Destiny”
Persesus – “Seychelles”
Kidnap Kid – “Vehl”
Jamie Grind – “Rum ‘n Raisin”
Disclosure – “Blue You”
Dauwd – “What’s There”
The-Drum – “Omar”
Hoodcats – “Jeans Colliding”
AlunaGeorge – “You Know You Like It” (Lapalux’s Bass Ballad Remix)
The Range – “A Solitudinous Diptych”
S. Maharba – “For Someone (Abandonment)”

VISUAL SETLIST

The Pornographers (1966), Shohei Imamura
Millennium Mambo (2001), Hou Hsiao Hsien
High and Low (1963), Akira Kurosawa
Do the Right Thing (1989), Spike Lee
Akira (1988), Katsuhiro Otomo
Underground (1995), Emir Kusturica
Dillinger is Dead (1969), Marco Ferreri
Brazil (1985), Terry Gilliam
Eyes Wide Shut (1999), Stanley Kubrick
Werckmeister Harmonies (2000), Bela Tarr