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31 January, 2013 1:51 am

Jay-Z’s Life+Times documents the evolution of legendary Los Angeles-based hip-hop label Stones Throw, from its beginnings with the late Charizma to South African new kid Jonti, performing here during his first U.S. tour. Founder Peanut Butter Wolf speaks on the history of his label, sharing old studio footage of himself and Charizma.

12 December, 2012 3:08 pm

Los Angeles OG and Stones Throw Records founder, Peanut Butter Wolf, stopped by Soul Assassins Radio and dropped a very rare set of music from the Stones Throw vaults… Be sure to tune in to Soul Assassins Radio on Sirius/XM Shade 45 every Monday Night at 7pm Pacific Standard Time…

5 November, 2011 4:19 pm

Legendary DJ Peanut Butter Wolf stopped by Converse Rubber Tracks for a quick “Oh, Hello” and to celebrate the 15th anniversary of his seminal LA-label Stones Throw Records. Wolf chats about his passion for some of his new artists, how turntablism has changed, and some of the music that inspires him today. The track is [cont.]

18 July, 2011 3:00 am

The two collaborators from Beats, Rhymes, & Life: The Travels Of A Tribe Called Quest speak on classic Tribe records and other gems.

10 May, 2011 8:33 pm

Vegas heads, be sure to check out Saville Row at The Luxor for The Cut, which will happen every Wednesday night. No dress code, no cover, and Peanut Butter Wolf kicks things off. Consecutive dates will include Remix Artist Collective and DJ Spinna’s Soul Slam, celebrating the music of Michael Jackson and Prince.

17 June, 2010 2:44 am

Skillz sits down with Peanut Butter Wolf and Q-Tip for this episode of Hip-Hop Confessional.

8 July, 2009 12:19 pm

Stones Throw head Peanut Butter Wolf will continue to nurture his numerology obsession with the upcoming “999″ event, starting around September 9th, 2009. The event will see Wolf spinning 9 nights in a row, in 9 different California area codes, playing all 90′s music, from 9 different genres, ’til the meter reads “999″, as Canibus [cont.]

29 June, 2009 9:32 am

“This Michael Jackson video tribute mix was recorded live from the DJ mixer during PB Wolf’s VJ set @ the Echoplex in Los Angeles. It was prepared and performed a few hours after hearing the news of his passing on 6/25/09 and is in NO WAY COMPREHENSIVE of all of Michael’s brilliant work. The show [cont.]

16 October, 2007 2:01 am

Compilation; No Rating Given. Rappers have been making video game references for years. Biggie immortalized the two major game consoles of the 90s with his line, “Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, when I was dead broke man I couldn’t picture this.” Thirteen years later, the relationship between hip hop and video games has developed an even [cont.]

2 July, 2007 12:00 am

Compilation; No Rating Given     Just like the first Chrome Children Project, this album acts as a brief introduction to the majority of the Stones Throw roster. The big names get just as much shine as the lesser-knowns, with everyone except Madlib getting just one track to show and prove. The production styles go way [cont.]

9 March, 2005 12:00 am

By William E. Ketchum III While independent record labels are a dime a dozen these days, Peanut Butter Wolf has come up with a formula that works.  Earning his stripes as DJ and producer first, the San Jose native founded Stones Throw Records in 1996.  Blessing the hip-hop community with releases like the Champion Sound [cont.]

30 September, 2002 12:00 am

Stones Throw is a model-consummate recording label (and trust me, I run my own). What once was merely Peanut Butter Wolf’s out-the-house San Francisco operation, shuffling out solid, consistent 12″s of the late Nineties, has honed in on a few highly successful formulas that have proven both musically and conceptually praiseworthy. Upon the entrance of nuevo [cont.]

1 January, 1998 12:00 am

Gazing back a few years ago to the adolescence of new school independent hip-hop we can proudly reminisce on a slightly different picture to the contrast of the current sight of things. ‘Back then’: There weren’t 25 different records coming out a week, Fat Beats only had one store, and Rawkus  was being clowned more [cont.]

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