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OUT NOW /// Enrique Rodriguez – “Lo Que Es” 2nd pressing on transparent red vinyl with black jacket and cover art sticker. Edition of 100, purchase vinyl here.

 

“Enrique Rodriguez is an 18 year-old producer, pianist and composer from Santiago, Chile. At such a young age, it is hard not to be amazed at the amount of talent this guy has. Lo que es is Enrique’s first soul-jazz album, released on Pennsylvania label Extra Lovely Records.


The album takes you on a moody, meditative journey through Enrique’s expansive world of soul and jazz music. The keys are beautifully arranged, and the slow-paced grooves give you time to truly appreciate the grace and maturity Enrique has as a multi-instrumentalist and producer, which is impressive considering his young age. With faint bossa-nova grooves on a track such as ‘Lo que somos’ or the ambient closer ‘Chao,’ this album is meant for a romantic night in with your significant other. Love would be the word to describe the atmosphere of this short but sweet project, and it’s definitely worth your time.”
– Martin Boev for In Search of Media

All instruments on the EP were played by Enrique Rodriguez.

Enrique Paredes Bassi is featured on track 4 playing electric guitar and on tracks 5 & 7 playing electric bass.

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Extra Lovely Radio episode #3 – “Survivors of the Second Element”. A dedication to the art of MCing and lyricism.


 

Garfunkle, the bio-engineering scientist by day and producer on the keys by night, returns with his new release on Extra Lovely “This is My Home”. Available now on limited edition cassette and digital download here.

 

Roots and BranchesBeats to Lathe Event (Bay Area Record Shop) ///

Pacific Yew – (((Bathing))) (Hot Record Society cassette release) ///

 

Sam GendelPure Imagination (Lofi) ///

 

Jonah DanIntergalactic Dub Rock ///

 

Kemialliset YstavatHengita Sisaan Ulos (Leaving Records) ///

Basa Basa – Homowo ///

SeekersinternationalRunCOmeTest EP (Bokeh Versions) ///

VisitorsNature Documentary ///

Cut ChemistMadman (video) ///


Visitors – Anticipation ///

 

 

ChefleeHawaii Tape ///

 

PyshcopopThe Devil’s Drums and the Angelic Electronics ///


Ghost McGradyThe Jazz Cigarette Quartet ///

Jay Glass Dubs vs Gorilla Toss (Bokeh Visions cassette release) ///



Jitwamज़ितम सिहँ (cosmic compositions vinyl release) ///



Carlos NinoGoing Home (Leaving Records) ///


DJ FoodFurther promo video ///

Pacific YewTrees & B-Sides (Dirty Tapes release) ///


Addison ChaseMoonlight Club Mix (Cosmic Compositions) ///


House ShoesMagic (5.24.17) feat Sweeneykovar & DJ Rhettmatic (Dublab Radio) ///


DrumetricsBoiler Room Los Angeles ///

Ahnnu & Ohblivfamily jams vol.3 (rap vacation cassette) ///

MogillahThe State vs. Rocafella Records mix ///

Jack MartinPRAISE (gospel mix for Acorn Tapes) ///


Kamasi WashingtonTruth ///

Citizen TenWoosah Mix (for Smart Bomb) ///

Various Artists – Spiritual Jazz 7: Islam (Jazzman records) ///

Stainless SteeleKaleidoscope Sniper & Turquoise Eagle ///


Charlotte Dos SantosRed Clay ///

10th LetterReloaded ///

Salami Rose Joe LouisZlaty Sauce Nephew ///

The HeliocentricsA World of Masks ///


BeatPete & BooraVinyl Session #70 Beatmaker Special ///

Brother AhDivine Music (5LP/3 unreleased album set) ///


Pacific YewBlack de Cool Sun 07 mix ///

Malik Abdul-RahmaanField Research: Malaysia (Paxico Records release) ///

Craneo & Made in MParler ft. Omaure ///

Lojii & SwarvyDue Rent (Fresh Selects release) ///

Insight & Damu the FudgemunkEars Hear Spears ///

KieferKickinit Alone ///


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Can’t Poison the Sunlight (Inspired by a poem from e.e. cummings) is a collaborative album between Ben Gray (aka Garfunkle) and Brian Steele (aka Stainless Steele).

Instruments Used: Sampled drums from Billy Martin & J-Zone, vintage keyboards, effects pedal, MPC2000, turntables & vinyl records.

Artwork by Jon Barwick
jonbarwick.com

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Madlib began Yesterdays New Quintet in 2000, releasing the album Angles Without Edges in 2001. As the group progressed, a plan was developed for each of the band members to release “solo” records and to introduce new members and groups into what would be called “Yesterdays Universe”. Stones Throw Records recently uploaded some of the essential Yesterday’s New Quintet releases to their bandcamp. We thought our followers would enjoy discovering or revisiting these amazing pieces that are now available for streaming.