Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Stones Throw - Chrome Children 2

While everybody's bitching about downloading hurting the artists, Stones Throw just goes ahead and releases a full album's worth of incredibly fresh material featuring Madlib, J.Rocc, MED, Aloe Blacc (of Emanon), Roc C and whathaveyou.
It's the follow-up to their initial Chrome Children album. And it's free. That's right, I said free and legal. For you to have. Don't miss out.

Stones Throw: Chrome Children


And to give you some extra eye-candy right on the spot, here's a 10 min. video taken from the Chrome Children DVD, shot at a live gig with the whole Stones Throw crew in the house. Just niceness.

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