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Stones Throw Records will tour the film Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton (This Is Stones Throw Records) in North America with post-screening live performances in partnership with audio design company AIAIAI, who we’ve just launched a DJ headphone with. After each sneak preview there will be a Q&A with Peanut Butter Wolf and/or film director Jeff Broadway with after-party performances by Peanut Butter Wolf, J Rocc, Jonwayne and Knx.
NORTH AMERICA TOUR DATES
Wed 2/26 – San Francisco @ Noise Pop HQ
Fri 2/28 – Vancouver, BC @ Fortune / The Vogue Theatre
Sun 3/2 – Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall / Indie Screen
Mon 3/3 – Philadelphia, PA @ Boot & Saddle (Performance only)
Tue 3/4 – Boston, MA @ Middle East / Brattle Theatre
Wed 3/5 – Montreal, QC @ SAT / Rialto Theatre
Thu 3/6 – Toronto, ON @ Coda / Bloor Hot Docs Cinema
Fri 3/7 – Detroit, MI @ Magic Stick / Emagine Royal Oak Theatre
Sun 3/9 – Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle / The Logan Theatre
The tour will wrap up in Austin, TX as an official selection at the SXSW Film Festival where Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton will play three times during both the film and music sections of the Festival. Following the film’s final screening on March 15th, Stones Throw will host the label’s showcase at the North Door venue.
SXSW FILM FESTIVAL SCREENINGS
March 7 @ 9:30pm SXSatellite: Alamo Village
March 13 @ 9:30pm Vimeo Theater
March 15 @ 4:00pm Stateside Theater
One of my favorite title sequences to date, True Detective on HBO by Antibody.
Video: Lord Scotch 79 (Blake “KEO” Lethem) talks about the creation of the MF DOOM mask at the time of OPERATION DOOMSDAY’s release in the late 1990s.
Walter. Art prints inspired by a trip to the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh with my girlfriend Christina, and one of my favorite shows, Breaking Bad. Prints and other products available here for purchase: http://society6.com/jayhue
Shepard Fairey explains how skateboarding, punk music and graffiti influenced his work and the ways it has shaped his career.