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Georgia Anne Muldrow is somewhere way out there. Floating between stars and exploiting her talent. As the creative musician she is, she amalgamates her inspirations from Jazz, Hip-Hop and ’70s Soul. The outcome is a clear proof that she is truly worthy being part of the Stones Throw family. On this new Ep we don’t see Georgia Anne Muldrow as a singer, but a rapper. She is not unfamiliar with laying down some bars, but this is her first official rap record. All the beats are produced by Kriswontwo. Get your copy trough SomeOthaShip.



All City Records has been around for quite a while and should be proud of their accomplishments. In the last few years they discovered and shared material of some of the most innovative artists of the present day. Get a glimpse of their roster and releases here. Next month they will come up with a new compilation record, full of exclusive tracks from producers around the globe. Just take a look at the tracklist. Doesn’t that feel like a positive slap in the face? Dorian Concept, Georgia Anne Muldrow and James Pants just to name a few. Expect it to drop on November 5, and have a listen to the track from Darq E Freeker here below.



Multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, music director, producer, DJ, and educator Miguel Atwood-Ferguson is working on his first solo album ‘Les Jardins Mystiques’, that will be released via Brainfeeder. Guests on this record will be Bilal, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Herbie Hancock, JRocc, Karriem Riggins, Leon Ware and Madlib just to name a few. Wtf, right? That’s a crazy list. On top of that he’s also working on a string quartet record called ‘Quartetto Fantastico’. The highly talented Miguel has never been able to afford the time and money needed to record his own albums, despite all the work he did on other records. To realise these albums, he needs your help. Visit this page to read more about these two project and make a donation. Here a little introduction video and watch his performance of ‘Drips/Take Notice’ feat. Flying Lotus to see more of his talent.