The lean & compact effort features production by Denmark himself, as well as Dirty Science’s Exile, Azarias,and T-White with vocal contributions by Guilty Simpson, Black Milk, Tanya Morgan and more. As a special addition, the 2XLP vinyl includes the album’s instrumentals plus two bonus tracks “Katt Williams” and “Snowing in LA” produced by Odd Future’s Earl Sweartshirt. The cassette also includes the two bonus tracks.

Stro Elliot is an incredible producer and performer. Plain and simple. His productions mold the past and the present into futuristic soul splashed gems that turn heads whenever they are heard. His ability to breathe new life into already classic records is one of the reasons he is one of the most respected producers of the day. From “The Summer Love Song”, where he beats the shit out of Kool and the Gang’s perrenial classic “Summer Madness”, to the absolutely ridiculous flip of “Soul II Stro”, to “Virginia Wolf”, where he sings about relationship woes, it’s all flawless. Street Corner Music is proud to present the debut LP from one of the best to do it.

Jonwayne made his introduction to the world as a producer. He has since gone on to release several highly lauded projects, and eventually stepped behind the mic, garnering hip hop album of the year from Gilles Petersen’s Worldwide Awards for his Stones Throw release, “Rap Album One” Now he puts the mic back down for “Here You Go”, a collection of 30 beats that will be available on 2LP via Street Corner Music, and Authors Recording Co, Jon’s new imprint. No tapes. No digital. Just vinyl. All heat.

Jonwayne made his introduction to the world as a producer. He has since gone on to release several highly lauded projects, and eventually stepped behind the mic, garnering hip hop album of the year from Gilles Petersen’s Worldwide Awards for his Stones Throw release, “Rap Album One” Now he puts the mic back down for “Here You Go”, a collection of 30 beats that will be available on 2LP via Street Corner Music, and Authors Recording Co, Jon’s new imprint. No tapes. No digital. Just vinyl. All heat.

Stro Elliot is an incredible producer and performer. Plain and simple. His productions mold the past and the present into futuristic soul splashed gems that turn heads whenever they are heard. His ability to breathe new life into already classic records is one of the reasons he is one of the most respected producers of the day. From “The Summer Love Song”, where he beats the shit out of Kool and the Gang’s perrenial classic “Summer Madness”, to the absolutely ridiculous flip of “Soul II Stro”, to “Virginia Wolf”, where he sings about relationship woes, it’s all flawless. Street Corner Music is proud to present the debut LP from one of the best to do it.

“Prayer Hands”, a collection of instrumentals created from gospel sources, includes some of those recordings amongst others that all remind you that Jake One has pretty much become the go-to producer for any major artist that wants some real hip hop shit on their album. And understandably so.

Not much info on this one yet, but expect an incredible, all instrumental release from super producer Jake One.

What happens when Scud One (“Cult Classic”) and T White (“The Gift Vol. 5”) make a beat record? Sh*t gets f*cking crazy that’s what happens. This fall on Street Corner Music.

Drugs Beats follows up his Street Corner Music debut, The Gift Vol. 10, with Naloxone: The Save Shot. Containing over 75 minutes of slaps, this dosage continues the Grammy nominated producer’s catalog of filth. It can be easy to overdose on the music of today, but a shot of Naloxone to the heart will bring you back to life. Every time.

This one gets the House Shoes seal of approval! This self-titled debut takes us circa 2007 – 2009 with the soul-chopping salad days of his mother’s basement, through the alternative sampling Williamsburg, Brooklyn sessions of 2010. If the melancholy desert psychedelia of his isolated four years in perpetual Southwestern summer gives us a glimpse into his growing electronic influences, then the angst of his winter homecomings are hiding under the aggressive parka weather beats that first caught the attention of Detroit’s underground.
Cassette also available.