Announcing Endtrospective, the deluxe release celebrating the 20th anniversary of Endtroducing.
The “Midnight In A Perfect World” (Hudson Mohawke Remix) vinyl is limited to 250 units, and comes with an instant gratification of the full Endtroducing Re-Emagined remix album. This is the second of two 12"" vinyl singles from Endtrospective.
DJ Shadow - "Nobody Speak" feat. Run the Jewels - 12" Vinyl
Limited to 500 copies. This is the first of three limited 12" singles to be taken from 'The Mountain Will Fall'...
A1: Nobody Speak
B1: Nobody Speak (Instrumental)
B2: Nobody Speak (Acapella)
Your purchase also contains an instant download of the full album, 'The Mountain Will Fall'.
Watch the new video for "Nobody Speak": www.nobodyspeak.com
LIQUID AMBER: Noer the Boy - SPILLEDNOISE EP (12" Vinyl) This is the original pressing of Noer the Boy's debut EP with Liquid Amber on 12" vinyl. The SPILLEDNOISE EP serves as the eigth release on DJ Shadow's Liquid Amber imprint. The SPILLEDNOISE EP takes the listener on a journey through all things bass related in a unconventional yet avant-garde manner.
Label: Liquid Amber
Released: March 29, 2016
3. Room 8
4. Hyper Q
6. Goodnight Oakland
Bleep Bloop - 10 Watt Lazers EP - 7"
The second release from DJ Shadow's new imprint LIQUID AMBER comes from fellow California native Bleep Bloop (Aaron Triggs), with his 3-track EP '10 Watt Lazers,' out now.
Following a slew of original tracks, remixes, and collaborations that made waves through the electronic avant-garde, Bleep Bloop is releasing his debut EP on Liquid Amber. The 3-track EP is a calling card for his sound which can only be defined as #OUTERSPACE.
Bringing a crunchy, laser-filled onslaught of new spacey creations, from the EP's wobbly title track to the hip-hop-infused grime banger 'Denial,' Bleep Bloop is set to put himself on the map as one of the beat scene’s most promising young artists.
DJ Shadow and Bleep Bloop first linked up in 2013 when Triggs heard DJ Shadow playing one of the tracks featured on his 'Tilt' EP. Bleep Bloop later collaborated with DJ Shadow on ‘Blast Off’, a union of two artists that Do Androids Dance called “A partnership that totally makes sense, since both producers are rooted in hip hop but have taken it to amazing and bizarre places.”
released 09 December 2014
The third release from DJ Shadow's new imprint LIQUID AMBER comes from fellow California native Ruckazoid, with his 3-track EP 'Scratchgod I'.
"It’s created straight off scratching only, according to the “SCRATCHGOD.” If so, praise to you as well Ruckazoid. We’re not worthy." -URB
"The most awesome thing about “Money,” besides the fact that it’s an amazing track, is that it was recorded live, and it highlights the artist’s incredible skill in sampling, mixing, looping, and scratching." -Sensible Reason
"Anyone who thinks that real DJing and turntablism are dead is dead WRONG! Case in point—the DJ Shadow-approved and self-proclaimed Scratch God known as Ruckazoid." -Heady T
LIQUID AMBER: Nite School Klik - Nite School Klik EP 7" Vinyl
This is the original pressing of the debut EP from Nite School Klik, the fourth release on DJ Shadow’s Liquid Amber imprint. Nite School Klik is a collaborative project by both DJ Shadow & G Jones which represents a new chapter for them as individual artists and as a duo. The new sound fuses dark tinged melodies and bass heavy builds that is a product of years of innovative sound design.
Label: Liquid Amber
Released: June 09, 2015
1. Nite School Klik - Posse
2. Nite School Klik – Nice Nightmares (EPROM Remix)
Label: Cali-Tex / Numero Group
Released: July 12th, 2011
The first offering from DJ Shadow’s Cali-Tex
imprint in over 3½ years features Dayton,
Ohio’s Stone Coal White. Perhaps the most
underground act in a scene that was already
vastly subterranean, bassist Melvin Payne,
guitarist Tommy Mundy, and drummer Joey
“Lobo” Rodrick released their sound from
the deepest chasm of the black experience.
Channeling Vietnam nightmares, grass, LSD,
unhinged sexuality, poverty, and violence,
Stone Coal White created a spiritual sound
that was uniquely their own.
Some will recognize “You Know” from the
black psych bible Chains & Black Exhaust,
but as the group’s two 45s exist in single digit
quantities, only a handful have heard the rest
of their Saigon-damaged oeuvre. Their two
45s have been bolstered with four previously
unissued tracks found in the basement of a
now-condemned motorcycle gang hideout.
Along with never before seen photos, this
unheard slice of gritty, hazed-out Ohio psych-
rock finally gets its due beyond the cranked-out
bikers for whom it was originally intended.