Theo Parrish

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - View original article

Theo Parrish
Theo Parrish.jpg
Background information
Born1972
OriginWashington, DC
GenresDetroit Techno, House
LabelsSound Signature
Peacefrog Records
Ugly Edits
Associated acts3 Chairs
The Rotating Assembly
The T.O.M. Project
KDJ
WebsiteMySpace
Facebook
 
Jump to: navigation, search
Theo Parrish
Theo Parrish.jpg
Background information
Born1972
OriginWashington, DC
GenresDetroit Techno, House
LabelsSound Signature
Peacefrog Records
Ugly Edits
Associated acts3 Chairs
The Rotating Assembly
The T.O.M. Project
KDJ
WebsiteMySpace
Facebook

Theo Parrish is a musician and selector based in Detroit, Michigan, often described as a 'techno/house' artist.[1] He was born in Washington, DC. He grew up in Chicago, Illinois listening to jazz musicians like Miles Davis, Nina Simone, and George Gershwin.[2] He graduated from the Chicago Academy of the Arts and went to study at the Kansas City Art Institute. While at KCAI, he concentrated on sound sculptures, creating sonic pieces by combining live instruments, human voices, and looped recordings. He received his BFA in 1994 and moved to Michigan to focus on musical projects.[3]

He has recorded music under his own name as well as with Rick Wilhite, Marcellus Malik Pittman and Kenneth Dixon Jr as 3 Chairs.[4] He also puts out releases on his record label, Sound Signature. Another aspect of Theo Parrish's productions are his re-edits, often of old disco, funk or soul records. He is almost as renowned for his expansive and genre-hopping live DJ sets as his productions, and plays a monthly residency at the London nightclub Plastic People.

Discography[edit source | edit]

Labels[edit source | edit]

Studio Albums[edit source | edit]

References[edit source | edit]

  1. ^ Resident Advisor Interview by Todd L. Burns with Theo Parrish, Tue, 29 Apr 2008
  2. ^ IMO Records. “Theo Parrish Biography", IMO Records. Retrieved on 17 April 2011.
  3. ^ In the Mix Features Theo Parrish interview by JadeJade 15 Dec 2009
  4. ^ The Stranger review by Dave Segal 1 Dec 2005

http://www.discogs.com/artist/Theo+Parrish

External links[edit source | edit]