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✨✧ KnxwledgeGladwemet EP ... 7-inch
Stones Throw, 2018. New Copy (pic cover)... Out Of Stock
A tight little EP by LA beatcraft maestro Knxwledge – showing some impressive stylistic range! The vocal track "Relapse" features Traffic on the rhymes, Knxwledge's production bringing in a laidback funky electro soul vibe for Traffic's gritty, though introspective LA streets-schooled rhymes. While "Relapse" finds Knxwledge crafting fairly straightforward, though no less effective hip hop than we're used to from him, the other side features a series abstract moody instrumentals – including "Rton", "ER", "Dnthesitate", "Hrdtobe" & "Summrain (Rton)". 7-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ Tuxedo with ZappShy (vocal, inst) ... 7-inch
Stones Throw, 2018. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Tuxedo work here with Zapp – but at level that has the Troutman legacy very much back in full form! The basslines, rhythms, and vocoder bits are very much like you'd hear from the group in their early 80s prime – maybe just warmed up a bit with the undeniable Tuxedo love of a good hook on the chorus! 7-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ ProphetRight On Time/Tonight ... 7-inch
Treasure/Stones Throw, 1984. New Copy (pic cover, reissue)... Out Of Stock
Two rare electro soul tracks from west coast underground legend The Prophet! "Right On Time" is quite spare, and has more in the way of beats and basslines than it does a bold lead vocal from the man himself – as The Prophet almost seems to be lurking in the background at times, letting the groove speak for itself! "Tonight" is more upfront and funky – with a bassline that's nicely complicated at times, in a way that changes up from the usual boogie vibe of the time – and which gets especially weird when the chorus keyboards come in! 7-inch, Vinyl record

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