Stro Elliot has risen to prominence as the percussionist for The Roots and was previously a producer and MC for The Procussions. Long before being a nightly part of The Tonite Show with Jimmy Fallon as a part of The Roots, Stro released a collection of vaulted tracks called “Stro’s Old Beat Farm”. This collection of tracks were created between 2004 and 2010, and gave a glimpse of greatness to those that scoured the internet for the best in beats. SCM presents Stro’s Old Beat Farm in physical form for the first time, ten years after its release. It is a document of a man who would soon be well on his way.
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Please Note: All "Stro's Old Beat Farm" orders begin shipping second week of April, 2022.
Sndtrak returns for his second full length piece on Street Corner Music.
Following his 2021 debut And Then There Was Light, this time around 'Trak lays his eyes on the classics, and, as title implies he disintregrates each, then taking the pieces and arranging them into a carefully curated collection of slaps.
14 tracks deep, listeners will be abused.
From Pop to funk, soul, 90's, TV themes. Not a stone is left unturned.
This is a mandatory purchase in more ways than one.
It will not exist on streaming services, and the LP's are limited.
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Please Note: All "Flips Vol. 1" orders begin shipping end ofMid February, 2022.
The Roots percussionist follows up his 2016 self-titled SCM debut with a new EP featuring a variety of Moods, from the downtempo flip of Bilal on "Hey Slim", to the bang-your-fucking-head-off slaps of FTL. Tributes are paid to lost greats and classics of old are made new again. Kanye fucks with Stro. You should too.
Doc Illingsworth has been cranking out heat in Detroit for years now. Whether it be solo, instrumental, or rhyming and providing the sonics for his crew Detroit CYDI, his discography has grown as long if not longer than many of his contemporaries. I felt that a full length LP of his work was long overdue. No better time than the present, right? So we made it happen. Better late than never right? Hopefully this will be the first of many for Illingsworth. It took a minute, but it's definitely Worth The Wait...
After spending the majority of 2009 in Hollywood, Chanes briefly returned home to finish up songs for what would become his 2010 release, An Experimentation in Instrumentation. The 15-track tape, presented by House Shoes, exposed us all to the nomadic 21-year-old producer from Canton, Michigan. Chanes would spend the next two years working between home and Brooklyn, before relocating to Arizona, where he would release his follow up project, Renegade Hands, (Insect Records 2013). Presented again by Shoes, Hands solidified Chanes as one of the most promising young producers in the country.
Fast-forward to 2016, and at 27, 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 DetroitÕs underground.
Fittingly, ChanesÕ debut LP comes full circle, finishing the album back in the place it all started and releasing it with long-time supporter House Shoes and Street Corner Music.
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