Stones Throw - Choose Artist 7 Days of Funk Automatic Benny Sings Chrome Canyon Dam-Funk DJ Harrison Dub Club Frankie Reyes Gabriel Garzón-Montano Grandmilly & Shozae Guilty Simpson Homeboy Sandman J Dilla J Rocc James Pants Jerry Paper Jonti Karriem Riggins Kiefer Knxwledge Koreatown Oddity Leaving Records Los Retros Madlib Madvillain Mayer Hawthorne Mild High Club Mndsgn Myron & E NxWorries Peanut Butter Wolf. Prophet Quakers Quasimoto Rejoicer Samiyam Silk Rhodes Stimulator Jones Sudan Archives The Lions The Steoples Tuxedo Vex Ruffin Washed Out White Boiz.
Ten essential Stones Throw albums.
Stones Throw Records became the home to such artists as Madlib, Guilty Simpson, Homeboy Sandman, and R&B crooner and Grammy Award winner Aloe Blacc. The label is relatively slept-on by the mainstream but is highly revered by the underground and by indie artists. In 2014, Peanut Butter Wolf released a documentary chronicling the rise of Stones Throw with My Vinyl Weighs A Ton, named after his own compilation release. If you have not checked out the documentary, it’s well worth the viewing. With that, let’s begin with the best releases from this celebrated label
But make some noise for that Stones Throw hip-hop! The showcase’s only rapper cruised through highlights from 2014 LP Hallways with a disarming delivery. Homeboy raps as if he’s merely thinking out loud. He appreciated the simple pleasures of wi-fi and paved streets on America, the Beautiful, and let us into his wandering mind on Problems.
Stones Throw Records – 18 Years x 18 Picks from (some of) the Finest Music Heads. Lexis - August 14, 2014. To mark the release of the upcoming Stones Throw movie titled Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton we wanted to put together a feature to talk about one of the most beloved record labels from music heads worldwide. Time flies when you’re busy running one of the most successful and innovative independent labels around.
Stones Throw Records is an American independent record label based in Los Angeles, California. Under the direction of founder Peanut Butter Wolf, Stones Throw has released music ranging from hip-hop to experimental psych-rock since its inception. LA Weekly deemed the label an "eternally evolving experiment" in celebration of its 20th anniversary. Chris Manak (Peanut Butter Wolf) founded Stones Throw in 1996 as means of posthumously releasing his music with the late MC Charles Hicks (Charizma).