Madlib To Score "Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton (This Is Stones Throw Records)" Documentary

Madlib will provide the original score for the definitive Stones Throw Records documentary.

Madlib is slated to score Jeff Broadway's upcoming Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton (This is Stones Throw Records) documentary.

According to a press release, the flick will focus on label founder Peanut Butter Wolf and "explore [the label's] left-of-center artists, history, culture and global following." Artists featured in the film include Talib Kweli, ?uestlove, Geoff Barrow, Earl Sweatshirt and Gaslamp Killer.

The reclusive producer/rapper will offer original music on the soundtrack, which will also feature new songs from Stones Throw artists and label classics. The album will be released as a two-disc DVD/CD Collector's Edition Box Set, and is currently being offered on Broadway's Kickstarter campaign, ending on November 29th, in exchange for a $50 pledge.

Watch the trailer for the film below.

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  • Anonymous

    Dilla made the label hot..every since dilla past the label fell off...them cats was vampin dilla clone ass niggaz. always thought madlibs beats was just to weird..but i respect him as a musician.

  • Music Life

    Madlib and stonethrows always puts out different and good music. I've been introduced to Jazz, British rock, music from india and a whole lotta other sounds that I would have never heard before, because of their extensive record and vinyl collections. This label is always changing and you never know what your gonna hear next.

  • Datninjadaz

    Stonesthrow did their thang (Dilla & Madlib) but Wolf's a well known crook who keeps most of his artist broke.

    • Metal Gear

      Its tough to run a music label especially in these times. Of course if your an artist starting off,yu are not gonna make alot of money, unless you get a big fan base like Madlib. Its alot of risk and money to keep a reputable labels name on your albums. If the artist doent like it he can always start his own label and take on all the cost himself.

  • Rick

    Madlib WAS nice. From 98-2005-06. Dude was untouchable. But dude fell off after his impostor DONUTSish project in 06. His work on the Alkaholiks TURN THA PARTY OUT was fuckin NICE. One of his better beats along with Defenition of Ill remix.

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