It's a RAP mixtape. Raw music.
Straight from vinyl.
Madlib produced it. J. Sayne mixed it.
Don't sweat it. Cop it!
Ish Records is starting a new series:
handnumbered limited editions, silk screen printed covers, on 45s, designed by Oiler, dope producers, dope beats, handcrafted with heart, soul and sweat
peep the first one:
Jazzo & Melodiesinfonie
to drop in late August at Hum and in September worldwide
Some weeks back we had a Madlib tribute night at a local club, playing a share of his bulk of production and word play. Selecting records for this night made me revisiting his work, some of it I haven't been listening to in a long while, some I barely remembered as it seemed to have fallen unacknowledged under the heavy loads of material being released constantly over the years. A couple of days after the party, I realized that I needed to compile some of his greatest work to date (in my biased and humble opinion) in a mix. We had left out too much crazy dope stuff that night for it being too short, too weird or just out of mind (aka not suitable). Unarguably a mix of Madlib's greatest work could just be a compilation of Madvillain, Jaylib and Quasimoto tracks, but since I have being playing those over and over again, my focus lay on seeking out bits and pieces from the rest of his vast catalog. I hope you enjoy!