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Colleen Murphy, alias Cosmo (born August 24, 1968) is an American radio broadcaster, club DJ, music producer, remixer, record label owner and founder of Classic Album Sundays. [1 ]
Massachusetts, she attended New York University where she was Program Director and a DJ at the university radio station WNYU. She cites her introduction to and friendship with [2 ] David Mancuso of The Loft as a major influence Together they produced the compilations David Mancuso presents The Loft. [3 ] [4 ]
She co-founded the record label Bitches Brew.
[5 ] [6 ]
She records as Wild Rumpus with former Captain Beefheart guitarist
Gary Lucas. She has remixed [7 ] Fat Freddy's Drop, DFA's Planningtorock, [8 ] for the [9 ] Remixes (Phenomenal Handclap Band album) and more under the moniker Cosmodelica. With Ashley Beedle as DarkStarr Diskotek she has remixed Candi Staton, [10 ] Beardyman, The Rapture (band) and more. [11 ]
In 2010 she founded Classic Album Sundays, an album listening event.
She is often a spokesperson about vinyl records. [12 ] [13 ] [14 ]
References and further reading [ edit ]
^ Tarantino, Chris (May 31, 2012). "Q&A Interview with Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy on Audiophilia, Secret People Watching and Forcing an Audience to Pay Attention". The Village Voice.
^ Vadukul, Alex (July 12, 2012). "At a Monthly Gathering Nothing But the Sound of Vinyl". The New York Times.
^ Tarantino, Chris (May 31, 2012). "Interview with Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy on Audiophilia, Secret People Watching and Forcing an Audience to Pay Attention". The Village Voice.
^ Discogs. Discogs http://www.discogs.com/David-Mancuso-David-Mancuso-Presents-The-Loft/release/38942.
^ "Session Transcript:Cosmo". . 2003 Red Bull Music Academy . Retrieved . 2008-10-25
^ Ben Murphy. "Where the Wild Things Are". . DJ Magazine
^ Murphy, Ben. "Where the Wild Things Are" (458). DJ Mag.
^ Constable, Paulette (April 20, 2015). "Fat Freddy's Drop Mother Mother Cosmodelica Remix". DMC.
^ Holloway, Kali. "Planningtorock - Living It Out". DFA. DFA.
^ Osborne, Ben (May 5, 2012). "Revolution DarkStarr Remix" (485). DJ Mag.
^ "The Rapture Children DarkStarr Diskotek REmix". Mixmag. July 12, 2012.
^ Sillito, David. "Are record clubs the new book clubs?". BBC News.
^ Harris, John (January 7, 2015). "Vinyl's Difficult Comeback". The Guardian.
^ Nathanson, Hannah (April 26, 2013). "Vinyl Frontier". London Evening Standard.