STONES THROW ALL-STARS
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2005
From LA to the Bay, the STONES THROW ALL-STARS Peanut Butter Wolf & Egon celebrate their labelmate OH NO's latest album "The Disrupt" at Mighty on Saturday, February 19.
the stones throw all-stars
PEANUT BUTTER WOLF & EGON
live performance by OH NO
YOSHITO & HAKOBO
massive selector crew
D-REEL & PROOF
true skool's own
REN THE VINYL ARCHEOLOGIST
presale tickets available at http://www.massiveselector.com
ABOUT OH NO
There’s clearly something going on with the Jackson family. Father Otis, Sr. is an acclaimed 70s soul-slinger; mother Senesca wrote most of his classic tunes. Oh No (Michael) is the younger brother of indie hip hop icon Madlib (Otis Jr., a.k.a. Madvillain, Quasimoto, Jaylib) and, just like his sibling, he triples as an MC-Producer-DJ. Oh, and he’s prolific as all hell.
He debuted as an artist in his own right with a string of singles on Stones Throw and Groove Attack. Oh No's name has grown in recent years, with production work for numerous artists including Medaphoar, LMNO, Aloe Blacc, Wildchild (half of Secondary Protocol) and Murs (The End Of The Beginning)
The Disrupt follows Madvillain’s Madvillainy as Stones Throw’s second featured hip-hop release of the year, but represents a fresh start in sound and approach.
Madlib and J Dilla appear on production, with guest vocalists including Aloe Blacc, Wildchild, Declaime (a.k.a. Dudley Perkins) and Stacy Epps, but it's Oh No that shines, with his own tracks including “Seventeen”, “Break” and the album's first single, “The Ride”.
OH NO's debut album "The Disrupt" in stores NOW.