Posts Tagged: MF Doom

Out Today by The Orchard: The Shacks, Czarface & More

Happy Friday everybody! Spring vibes are beginning to approach and the festival season is just around the corner. Today we present you three of the freshest releases varying from some old school and satirical hip-hop, to hypnotic dream pop – all of which you may come across on various stages this summer. First up we… Read more »

The Orchard Becomes Sound-Ink Records’ New Home

The Orchard is proud to announce its acquisition of Brooklyn-based Sound-Ink Records.  Started in 2001 by Alex Threadgold, the label released a wide array of Hip-Hop and Electronic titles, most notably, 2003’s Vaudeville Villain by Viktor Vaughn a/k/a MF Doom. According to Pitchfork back in 2003, “this album will come out not just among the… Read more »

Oh Yes… Oh No + Dolemite = Ohnomite

Oxnard, CA beatsmith/MC Oh No may not be quite as insanely prolific as his older brother Madlib, but he is every bit as restlessly inventive. Previous albums have taken their inspiration from Canadian composer Galt MacDermot (Exodus Into Unheard Rhythms), psychedelic rock from Turkey, Lebanon, Greece and Italy (Dr. No’s Oxperiment), and rare funk, jazz, folk… Read more »