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Prophet & Tyler, The Creator

Peach Fuzz / I Wanna Be Your Man

    The latest addition to Stones Throw’s incredibly popular range of beautifully designed picture discs (previous bestsellers include a heart-shaped Mayer Hawthorne 7” and a Quasimoto-shaped disc).
    Designed by Jeff Jank.
    ‘Peach Fuzz’ features underground funk musician Prophet and GRAMMY winner Tyler, The Creator.
    Cutout animation of a peach emoji featuring Tyler, The Creator’s reworked version of Prophet’s ‘Wanna Be Your Man’ on the A side and the original track produced by Prophet, Mndsgn and Swarvy on the flip.
    ‘Wanna Be Your Man’ was also the title of Prophet’s 2018 album, his first in 34 years.
    For fans of Mndsgn, Frank Ocean, Earl Sweatshirt, DJ Harrison.

    TRACK LISTING

    Tyler, The Creator - Peach Fuzz
    Prophet - Wanna Be Your Man

    Suzie Stapleton

    We Are The Plague

      For Fans Of - PJ Harvey, Nick Cave, Chelsea Wolfe, Mark Lanegan, Elliot Smith, Thurston Moore, Patti Smith. Acclaimed alternative alchemist’s highly-anticipated debut LP. “Striking, black-shrouded songwriting” (Clash). A bold soundtrack to the apocalypse.

      “We Are The Plague” declares Suzie Stapleton over the anthemic, fuzzed-out bass that opens the acclaimed alternative alchemist’s extraordinary debut album. It is a rallying cry, the defiant call of a generation sold down the river and acutely aware of its own imminent demise. The album centres around Stapleton’s midnight vocal; raw, poetic lyrics; and expressive, unique guitar playing ranging from a light touch similar to Elliot Smith to effects-soaked riffs evoking Sonic Youth or Soundgarden. Backed by band feat members of The Stranglers and Jim Jones & The Righteous Mind, and mixed by Dan Cox (Thurston Moore/Laura Marling). “Suzie has toured with Mick Harvey and Mark Lanegan - it won't be long before they're opening for her.” 

      TRACK LISTING

      01 Intro
      02 We Are The Plague
      03 Thylacine
      04 Blood On The Windscreen
      05 September
      06 Don't Look Up
      07 The River Song
      08 Angel Speak
      09 You Were There
      10 In The Darkness
      11 Silence In My Bones
      12 Negative Prophet 

      Prophet

      Don’t Forget It

        Prophet is the high-spirited machine funk alias of Anthony Butler, originally from Louisiana. He debuted in the 80s with his influential album ‘Right On Time’, a holy grail among boogie / funk vinyl collectors. His first album on Stones Throw, ‘Wanna Be Your Man’, was co-written and co-produced by Mndsgn. ‘Don’t Forget It’ is an album full of soul ballads and upbeat funk tracks.

        For fans of Mndsgn, Thundercat, Doug Hream Blunt, Dam-Funk, Karriem Riggins, Stimulator Jones

        TRACK LISTING

        Intro
        Don’t Forget It
        Be The One For You
        In My Ear
        Do You Think
        Think About It
        Human Like
        Game To Make Love
        I Don’t Care
        I Am I Is
        Come On Hard
        Diamond Ring
        Never The One For Me
        Don’t Cry
        Whatever
        So Much Love

        Prophet

        Wanna Be Your Man

          Follow-up to 1984’s highly influential "Right On Time", a holy grail among boogie / funk vinyl collectors (we've had both a boot and an official repress over the years, PPU handling the legit one...). Produced by Mndsgn and featuring Los Angeles songstress Nite Jewel this is specialist tackle for sure. Galvanized slap bass, intricate drum programming, on classic rhythm boxes; a Prince-esque vocal delivery and delightfully languid, highly sensuous delivery throughout. Un-hurried and relaxed, let Prophet be your man for the night or the day.

          For fans of Mndsgn, Thundercat, Doug Hream Blunt, Dam-Funk & Full Beam!FM 


          TRACK LISTING

          Insanity
          Wanna Be Your Man
          Ooo Wee Yeah
          Party
          I Do Love
          Tonight (ft Nite Jewel)
          Really Turn Me On
          Right On Time
          Dream
          I Do


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