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Potatohead People // Big Luxury LP / CD

Potatohead People // Big Luxury LP / CD

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This album was released by Canadian hip-hop duo Potatohead People in 2015 on the Jazzy hip-hop label Bastard Jazz in New York, USA.

Includes 11 songs from raid-back downtempo to hip-hop. DL code included.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Bastard Jazz releases available at Tobira. 

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Bastard Jazz:

"Working on opposite sides of the landmass we call Canada, Vancouver / Montreal duo Potatohead People (producers Nick Wisdom & AstroLogical) have been making waves for quite some time with their signature jazzy boom-bap meets boogie inside the bassbin vibes. Called a "formidable" tandem "by OkayPlayer, their sounds have been championed early on by the likes of Kaytranada, Soulection, Nightmares on Wax, Pomo, Exmag, Big Boi, and Phife Dawg. After a few early releases on Vancouver based netlabel Jellyfish Recordings, Brooklyn's Bastard Jazz reissued their 2012 landmark Kosmichemusik EP and pressed a 7 "released on Valentine's Day 2013. The association landed their song" Back To My Sh * t "(featuring Frank Nitty of Frank'n'Dank) on a Powerade produced LeBron James documentary and Nick and Astro began working on a debut LP for Bastard Jazz, presented here.

Big Luxury draws from influences disparate as classic jazz, prog rock, disco 90's hop, DJ Shadow-Era downtempo beats, alongside modern influences like the Brainfeeder crew and new electronic sounds coming out of Nick Wisdom's adopted hometown of Montreal. What's resulted is a finely honed, extra buttery album that effortly glides between tempos, but never loses the mood. The album also features a whole host of guest vocalists --J Dilla's younger brother Illa J, legendary Canadian MC Moka Only, New Zealand's Sorceress, and Amalia all provide contributions to the sounds within. Big Luxury is a velvety ride through vibes and a magnificent debut for these talented young Canadians. "

Artist: Potatohead People

Label: Bastard Jazz

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This album was released by Canadian hip-hop duo Potatohead People in 2015 on the Jazzy hip-hop label Bastard Jazz in New York, USA.

Includes 11 songs from raid-back downtempo to hip-hop. DL code included.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Bastard Jazz releases available at Tobira. 

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Bastard Jazz:

"Working on opposite sides of the landmass we call Canada, Vancouver / Montreal duo Potatohead People (producers Nick Wisdom & AstroLogical) have been making waves for quite some time with their signature jazzy boom-bap meets boogie inside the bassbin vibes. Called a "formidable" tandem "by OkayPlayer, their sounds have been championed early on by the likes of Kaytranada, Soulection, Nightmares on Wax, Pomo, Exmag, Big Boi, and Phife Dawg. After a few early releases on Vancouver based netlabel Jellyfish Recordings, Brooklyn's Bastard Jazz reissued their 2012 landmark Kosmichemusik EP and pressed a 7 "released on Valentine's Day 2013. The association landed their song" Back To My Sh * t "(featuring Frank Nitty of Frank'n'Dank) on a Powerade produced LeBron James documentary and Nick and Astro began working on a debut LP for Bastard Jazz, presented here.

Big Luxury draws from influences disparate as classic jazz, prog rock, disco 90's hop, DJ Shadow-Era downtempo beats, alongside modern influences like the Brainfeeder crew and new electronic sounds coming out of Nick Wisdom's adopted hometown of Montreal. What's resulted is a finely honed, extra buttery album that effortly glides between tempos, but never loses the mood. The album also features a whole host of guest vocalists --J Dilla's younger brother Illa J, legendary Canadian MC Moka Only, New Zealand's Sorceress, and Amalia all provide contributions to the sounds within. Big Luxury is a velvety ride through vibes and a magnificent debut for these talented young Canadians. "

Artist: Potatohead People

Label: Bastard Jazz