Listen: James Murphy DJs a 50 Minute Mix

James Murphy of LCD Soundsytem, once known as Death from Above for his top-heavy DJing set-up, is back to his roots after last year’s break-up for LCD Soundsystem.

The Boiler Room, a web site devoted to capturing the underground DJ scene, recorded a kickass 50 minute set from Murphy, which you can watch on their site or stream the entire mix with the widget below. The set itself is fairly tame, but you can witness how nimbly Murphy navigates the turntables—the poise! The presence!

Here is an unconfirmed setlist courtesy of a commenter.
1. 0:00 Begin—Elate
2. 5:00 Floorplan – We Magnify His Name
3. 8:00 Young Marco Darwin – In Bhia
4. 12:30 Chicago Transit Authority – I’m a Man (Rub’n’Tub Edit)
5. 20:00 ??
6. 24:30 Virgo Four – It’s a Crime (Carbiou remix)
7. 30:00 Pixeltan –Tamearena
8. 35:00 Weekend Express – Going to Chicago
9. 40:30 Todd Terje – Ragysh
10. 46:00 David Bowie – Without You

Since ending LCD Soundsystem, Murphy has been 1) DJing, including a headlining spot at this summer’s Root’s Picnic in Philadelphia 2) Working, see his song with Damon Albarn and Andre 3000, “Do Ya Thing,” below.

producing with his DFA label, and even acting some (also below, with Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim).

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