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31 October, 2014 2:34 am

This might be a bit off topic, however I know a lot of hip-hop heads are fans of Portishead. This is my latest piece for Cuepoint, which traces the origins of Portishead’s seminal debut album, Dummy, which is 20 years old this year. I spoke to many of the people who were involved with the [cont.]

26 September, 2012 12:27 pm

Geoff Barrow de Portishead au micro de Nico Prat… by radiofrance From StonesThrow.Com: French National public radio Radio France has partnered with Blogotheque (Take Away Shows) for a series “Vinyl Radio” where they take producers and artists into Radio France’s massive collection of 450,000 records in its “discotheque” warehouse to pull, play, and talk about [cont.]

16 February, 2012 6:28 pm

From StonesThrow.Com Quakers is a hip-hop collective boasting 35 members which orbits around a core of three producers: Fuzzface, 7-Stu-7 and Katalyst. Fuzzface is better known as Portishead’s Geoff Barrow, a long-time Stones Throw supporter in touch with Peanut Butter Wolf since championing the Jaylib album back in 2004. 7-Stu-7 is Portishead’s engineer and in-house [cont.]

8 November, 2011 5:02 pm

Kendrick Lamar speaks on working with Joe Budden, Curren$y, and Jay Electronica, as well as wishing to work with Waka Flocka, Sade, Andre 3000, and Portishead.

25 November, 2010 4:30 am

Portishead announced a series of shows set for July on the weekend of 23rd and 24th at Alexandra Palace in London. Portishead will headline both nights, with a different supporting line-up joining them each day. The Saturday show will also include peformances from MF Doom and a reunited Company Flow. The sunday show will be [cont.]

25 April, 2008 3:37 am

So many people have tried to “do” Portishead. Meaning, after the Bristol trio changed the alternative music landscape in 1994 with their debut album Dummy (and infectious lead single “Sour Times”), many other artists tried to duplicate the new form of music dubbed “trip-hop” at the time. Massive Attack and Tricky were also a part [cont.]

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