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Stones Throw Records: Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton (Documentary Preview)

Monday, March 10th, 2014

Here’s the first 5 minutes or so of Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton, a new documentary on independent label Stones Throw that was featured at SXSW this past week. The doc looks at the legacy of the small niche label founded 18 years ago by Peanut Butter Wolf and includes commentary from A-Trak, ?uestlove, MF DOOM, Madlib, Kanye West, Common and many others. Check here for the times and locations of future screenings of the film.

Previously: Inside Peanut Butter Wolf’s Vinyl Collection

J. Dilla ft. Frank-N-Dank – Anthem

Monday, February 11th, 2013

Two new J. Dilla projects coming to fruition on the seventh anniversary of his passing. One on Pay Jay (Jay Dee’s official label) and one through Stones Throw.

“Anthem” and “Trucks” were two of the songs J Dilla recorded in late 2001 and early 2002 as he put the finishing touches on what was supposed to be an album featuring his raps over production by the likes of Madlib, Pete Rock, Nottz, House Shoes, Karriem Riggins and others. These two tracks, however, were produced by Dilla himself.

Link: Purchase

Related: Stones Throw is also releasing Frank N Dank’s 48 Hours Instrumentals, produced entirely by J. Dilla

Here’s the story: It was 2002. Signed to a solo deal with MCA, whose roster at the time included Common and The Roots, J Dilla spearheaded a project for two of the most unlikely major label emcees: Frank N Dank. In retrospect it’s not hard to understand why the label shelved and eventually dropped the project.

Homeboy Sandman – New York Nights

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

Homeboy Sand is the latest signee to Stones Throw Records:

We’re proud to announce the newest name to the Stones Throw roster, the New York based MC, Homeboy Sandman. The first track “New York Nights” will lead off the forthcoming Stones Throw/Serato collaboration, and his debut Stones Throw EP will be released in late January 2012.

If you’re in the Los Angeles area, come see Homeboy Sandman live at Stones Throw’s 15 Year Celebration on December 22 at the Exchange.

Download: Link

Previously: Homeboy Sandman – Same Number, Same Hood

Chaz Kangas ft. Homeboy Sandman – I Think, I Know

Thursday, October 13th, 2011

Stones Throw Records’ latest signee Homeboy Sandman appears on this track from Chaz Kangas‘ latest album, A Personal Reference.

Download: Link

Previously: Kyle Rapps ft. KRS-One & Homeboy Sandman – Love Love 2 (Air Redux)

Video: Stussy’s J Dilla Documentary (Part 1)

Thursday, February 11th, 2010

Stussy produced a three part documentary series about J Dilla‘s life in Los Angeles that they’ll be releasing every week. They just threw up part 1 of the documentary on their site, along with the accompanying pictures to go along with it.

Link: Stussy x J Dilla x Stones Throw Pt. 1

On Saturday, they’ll be celebrating “Dilla Day” with the release of the limited edition J Dilla x Stussy x Stones Throw t-shirt that features Raph Rashid’s classic photo of J Dilla working on his MPC3000 from his book Behind The Beat. They will be holding special “Dilla Day” events at some of their North American stores for the release.

They’re releasing part 2 (“Detroit to Los Angeles”) on next Wednesday and then part 3 (“Donuts”) on the Wednesday after that.

Hit the jump for a flyer for all the “Dilla Day” events.

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House Shoes x J. Rocc x Strong Arm Steady: Where’s Stoney?

Monday, January 25th, 2010


Madlib and Strong Arm Steady’s In Search of Stoney Jackson drops tomorrow.

House Shoes & J.Rocc put together a collection of Strong Arm Steady and Madlib tracks for the eve of the release. Some of these songs are from the album, others are not. Strong Arm Steady hosts the mix.

Download: Stones Throw Podcast 55 – Where’s Stoney? [iTunes]

Also, this is a bit last minute but: Strong Arm Steady will be performing live at Fat Beats, Los Angeles, at MIDNIGHT on the night of Monday, Jan. 25th. This is a free, all ages event, with some free beer for those 21+ with an ID. House Shoes will be DJing at 11PM. Location: 7600 Melrose Ave, 2nd Floor, Los Angeles CA.

Video: Vinylcheck w/ Peanut Butter Wolf

Monday, June 22nd, 2009

Germany’s splash!-Mag talks to PBW:

We show artists twelve inches and talk about those records and the musical influence and significance they had or still have. We get to know how that particular record was recorded or what the artwork stands for. In our premier show, Stones Throw CEO Peanut Butter Wolf reveals several untold stories.

Or do you know that Madlib had to produce “Shades of Blue” twice, due to an unfortunate incident? Do you know the story behind the Jaylib record? Or how Guilty Simpson landed on Stones Throw?

MP3s don’t tell those stories and CDs are crap anyway, on that note: save the vinyl!

Related: Stones Throw Podcast 47: Madlib Live in Gilles Peterson

Previously: Peanut Butter Wolf Interview w/ SplashMag (Video)

Video: Peanut Butter Wolf Interview w/ SplashMag

Monday, May 25th, 2009

Previously: Pics: Stones Throw x Stussy – Stussy Throw

Pics: Stones Throw x Stussy – Stussy Throw

Wednesday, April 29th, 2009


Above is two of four limited edition tees Stussy churned out for Stones Throw’s 2009 tour (two colorways of two designs). Check out the back of the tees featured above along with the other tee they made below.


You can get one at their tour dates, and the other is in Stussy shops.

Stones Throw Podcast 45: Bang Ya Head II

Wednesday, April 29th, 2009


MED& DJ Rhettmatic – Stones Throw Podcast 45: Bang Ya Head II. 10 new tracks and assorted guest shots from MED. Expect a new 12-inch from MED in May. Thanks to DJ Rhettmatic on this one.

Also, check out The Beat Junkies on Twitter: @BEATJUNKIES.

Hit the jump for the track list + download/feed link.

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