With a slew of product in the pipeline, Brighton’s Tru Thoughts Recordings are coming through with goodies from Quantic, Kinny, Stonephace and more, celebrating their 10th anniversary as an independent label.
Shot by the legendary B+ in Columbia, Quantic’s new video documents the conception of his upcoming album, Tradition In Transition.
Free MP3 Download (from the new Tru Thoughts Shapes Compilation):
“Don’t Joke With A Hungry Mother” by Spanky Wilson & The Quantic Soul Orchestra vs. Lanu (right-click, save as)
Recently featured in the Jazz Issue of Wax Poetics, Stonephace combines veteran jazz dissident Larry Stabbins on sax and Portishead’s Adrian Utley on guitar with filthy electronic production from sonic alchemist Krzysztof Oktalski. Binding together electronica, jazz pedigree, indie credentials, and a swoosh of psychedelia in a Madlib-esque melee, their self-titled debut album features “White Queen Psychology.”
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An exceptionally talented and charismatic vocalist, Kinny records her up-to-the-minute brand of modern soul, featuring production by Nostalgia 77, Quantic, TM Juke, Hint, Diesler, Unforscene and Souldrop.
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