Stones Throw Records

Stones Throw Records is an independent hip hop record label based in Los Angeles, California. It was started in 1996 by DJ/Producer Peanut Butter Wolf in part to release the music he made with Charizma who was killed at the age of 20.

Stones Throw is home to Madlib and many of his projects: Madvillain, Jaylib, Yesterdays New Quintet, Quasimoto, and Lootpack. Other notable artists on the roster include Anika, Dimlite, Dam-Funk, Mayer Hawthorne, Guilty Simpson, Strong Arm Steady, Gary Wilson, MF Doom, J Dilla, Aloe Blacc, J Rocc, Arabian Prince, The Stepkids, Jonti, CX KiDTRONiK, Baron Zen, Koushik and James Pants. J Dilla's final album during his lifetime, Donuts, was released by Stones Throw in February 2006. They also released a solo album by the progressive rock guitarist Omar Rodríguez-López called Old Money.

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Old Money (album) - Release History
... Region Date Label Format United States November 10, 2008 Stones Throw Records MP3 United States November 21, 2008 Stones Throw Records CD United Kingdom January 26 ...
Madlib Discography - As Quasimoto - Singles
... Release Date Title Label 1999 "Hittin' Hooks" Stones Throw Records 1999 "Microphone Mathematics" Stones Throw Records 2000 "Basic Instinct" Stones Throw Records 2000 "Come on Feet" Stones ...
Madlib Discography - As Madlib - Singles
... Release Date Title Label Notes 2001 "Bunky's Pick" Stones Throw Records with Cut Chemist and Billy Wooten 2001 "Head Lock" Battle Axe Records with LMNO 2002 "The ...

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