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11 February, 2014 7:48 pm

Take a look at Stones Throw’s new shaped picture disc for Lord Quas’ “Talkin’ Sh!t”. Official description is as follows: On the crime-infested east side of Lost Gates CA, there is a vinyl pressing plant whose brochure says, “will do anything for a price.” Back in the 70s & 80s, they specialized in private press [cont.]

19 November, 2013 10:41 am

Benji B and Madlib talk indepth about Quasimoto, the latest Madvillain happenings alongside Doom and some treasured memories of J Dilla. Check out video highlights of the interview as well, below.

8 August, 2013 5:35 am

From the album Yessir Whatever, produced by Madlib. We set out to film the video for “Catchin’ the Vibe” in Quasimoto’s home town Lost Gates CA, but were denied filming permits. We were also denied permits for filming in Los Angeles County, possibly due to embarrassment caused in the wake of Quasimoto’s “official letter of [cont.]

26 April, 2013 10:46 am

Produced by Madlib, from the upcoming album, Yessir Whatever, which from what we understand, is made up of lost tracks from Lord Quas. Due June 18, 2013. The album comes with peel-off cover sticker revealing Quasimoto’s guts. Buy two!

4 July, 2011 5:08 pm

Quasimoto – Low Class Conspiracy (dir. Kristoffer Crook) from Kristoffer Crook on Vimeo. One last entry from Stones Throw’s video contest, which wrapped up this weekend. Directed by Kristoffer Crook.

20 April, 2010 7:00 pm

Kinetic Rappcats from Eric Cunha on Vimeo. NYC School of Visual Arts student Eric Cunha delivers this Stones Throw approved homemade video for Quasimoto’s “Rappcats”. This is required viewing for the day – after the day’s bad news, this will at least put a smile on your face.

5 May, 2005 12:00 am

     Longtime heads know the name Madlib from his classic production on Tha Alkaholiks’ seminal debut album, 21 & Over, on songs such as “Mary Jane” (the more things change, the more they stay the same). He later solidified his name as a producer as a  member of The Lootpack, with one incredible debut album, [cont.]

1 January, 2000 12:00 am

Love him or hate him, Madlib has been putting in crazy work in the past 365 days. From Lootpack beats to a plentiful batch of guest production and remixes ‘Lib has been up to his dreads in Hip-Hop. Amazingly enough he’s had the ability to record a whole 24 track full length (vocals and beats) [cont.]

1 January, 1997 12:00 am

Now that the excellent Lootpack album has finally hit store shelves, prepare yourselves for Quasimoto. Don’t tell nobody, but what Quasi actually is, is a different persona of the Lootpack’s Madlib, so essentially, this is the first taste of another Lootpack project. “Microphone Mathmatics” has the helium induced emcee, over some SP-liced jazz samples, cutting up [cont.]

1 January, 1997 12:00 am

I love Quasi’s sh*t but I don’t always think of his songs as being “singles” in the conventional sense. His sh*t is his mind-bending vocal and aural alchemy – purely for the bugged but I don’t know if I’d be hot to trot to slide this into the mix. Perhaps predicting that kind of reservation, [cont.]

  Mixtape D.L.
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