Today Syndctd Entertainment and Stones Throw Records announce 40+ North American and European theatrical release dates for the critically acclaimed documentary OUR VINYL WEIGHS A TON: This Is Stones Throw Records, which follows on the heels of their nine-city North American ‘sneak peek’ tour. The film has been chosen as an official SXSW Film Festival [cont.]
Stones Throw unveils the trailer for the Jeff Broadway documentary, Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton, which details the history of Stones Throw Records. Includes testimonials from Kanye West, Tyler The Creator, Mike D of The Beastie Boys, A-Trak, MF Doom, Madlib, Common, and more. The film is in theatres this Spring, however Stones Throw is [cont.]
Bonus track, produced by Kaimbr, for Homeboy Sandman’s record All That I Hold Dear. Digital is out now; vinyl in early September 2013, courtesy Stones Throw.
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.
From the album Alone Together available now on Stones Throw. Directed by Tuomas Vauhkonen and Jeremias Nieminen.
Directed by Jeff Broadway, Edited by Jordan Haro & Rob Bralver OUR VINYL WEIGHS A TON (THIS IS STONES THROW RECORDS) is a feature-length documentary about avant-garde Los Angeles-based record label Stones Throw Records. Under the direction of founder and world-renowned DJ Peanut Butter Wolf, Stones Throw has consistently released critically acclaimed, left-of-center albums since [cont.]
Karriem Riggins’ full length album Alone Together drops October 23rd, via Stones Throw. The vinyl and digital editions of Karriem’s Alone Together album are being released in two parts, “Alone” (released in August) and “Together.” The second half of Alone Together was released today for “Together” alongside a bonus Fan Club 45 “12s in 8″ [cont.]
Fighting is in Homeboy Sandman’s blood. As a teen growing up in Queens, he tussled with bouncers; he talks of his struggle to walk the straight and narrow. But winning comes to him just as naturally—his father, a heavyweight boxer who emigrated from the Dominican Republic to New York, never lost a fight. But in [cont.]
The video was made for the clean version “Getting Riches” with Denaun Porter’s chorus. This is the dirty version “Getting Bitches”. Sorry Denaun. Video directed by Anthony Garth.
The cover above pretty much explains this, as J. Rocc mixes a handful of tracks from Stones Throw’s forthcoming 2012 release schedule. J. Rocc – “Stones Throw 2012 Preview” Podcast
Mayer Hawthorne follows up his debut, A Strange Arrangement with How Do You Do; almost 45 minutes of tunes that ensure we do very well indeed. Hawthorne shows a range on this project that gives everyone something to get down to. Not abandoning the signature throwback sound that rendered him a standout in the R&B [cont.]
Out Da Box TV is proud to bring you a brand new episode featuring Stones Throw Records Emcee “M.E.D.”(Medaphoar). We caught up with MED recently at CMJ in NY and he took the time to speak to us about his new album “CLASSIC”. Officially released today Nov. 1st, the long awaited album has finally hit [cont.]
From StonesThrow.Com BBQ in Japan is releasing a mix CD by DJ MURO called MURO STONED 2, including 31 tracks from the 15-year history of Stones Throw Records. This is a sequel to MURO STONED, released only in Japan, some time in the middle of the last decade. MURO STONED 2 is released today. Available [cont.]
Recorded two nights ago, courtesy of OFWGKTA and Stones Throw Records.
From StonesThrow.Com: A quick glance at MED’s discography shows many classic releases from years past: Madvillain’s Madvillainy, Madlib’s Shades of Blue, J Dilla’s The Shining, Lootpack’s Soundpieces, Quasimoto’s Unseen. Each appearance showcases his well-rounded knack for lyricism, ranging from vivid street imagery to nostalgia to everything. On November 1st we have MED adding a new [cont.]
Stones Throw’s video contest is over, but that didn’t stop them from showcasing a few runners up for classics from the catalog. Winners will be announced on Tuesday, August 16th. #15. MADVILLAIN “FANCY CLOWN” directed by Matthew Wood. Written by Matthew Wood & Aaron Moores / Fancy Clown played by Aaron Moores / Make-Up: Esther [cont.]
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.
From J’s Cold Rock Stuff. Directed by Merv Maranan/Ian Schwaier.
The 11th edition of Madlib’s Medicine Show series boasts an initially daunting 28 tracks, but at just over an hour long; the album is an almost perfect creative blend of beats & rhymes, jazz laced instrumentals and comedic interludes. Don’t be surprised if you’re compelled to run it back in its entirety. The whole thing [cont.]
Peanut Butter Wolf opens the doors of the Stones Throw label. Meeting with James Reitano, Dave Cooley, Om’Mas Keith from Sa-Ra, Frosty from Dublab. Also featuring Peanut Butter Wolf, Dam Funk and Mayer Hawthorne. By Sébastien Bauer & Lucas Blaya.
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