Triple threat: We asked Toro Y Moi, Benji B and Thristian bPm from Boiler Room about the coveted wax they grabbed if flames were to devour their homes. And this time we got it on video, too.
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For those who thought it couldn't be done, here we are at number 11. Take that. If you're just joining us, the gist of Rescued From The Fire is that we ask musicians and music lovers to pick one recorded artifact they would rescue from their home in the event that it was on fire - God forbid. In this edition, we hear from Numero Group's Jon Kirby as he walks us through the digital ether of Grande Gato and Resume.
In the hot seat this time is Tokyo-based electronic soundsmith, Circulations label mate, and 2010 participant, Daisuke Tanabe.
Stones Throw recording artist and Academy teamster, James Pants , explores the digital domain of CDBaby and it's vast opportunities for music hunting. This is what follows.
Mark 'Frosty' McNeill sheds some light on the little-known cassette and CD releases of Alice Coltrane from the 80s and 90s
The Worldfamous Beat Junkie and Stones Throw recording artist sits down with our man Steve Yates to talk L.A., Serato and his full length debut „Some Cold Rock Stuff“.
Welcome to the seventh installment of the world famous Rescued From The Fire series. In this episode, renowned London-based music journalist Zaid Mudhaffer explains his love affair with the strange cult-years of the Brazilian artist, Tim Maia.
For our fifth edition of Rescued From The Fire, we hear from Barcelona's one-woman band, Academy graduate, and connoisseur of the odd, Lucrecia Dalt.
In this 3rd edition of Rescued From The Fire, we hear from the honcho behind the LuckyMe label and the boss of the Scottish highlands, Dom Sum.
For the second edition of Rescued From The Fire, the Los Angeles based bespoke dandy of electronica, Daedelus, talks about his favorite find.
For the debut edition of Rescued From The Fire, we hear from Stones Throw's James Pants, as he tells the tale of a peculiar green-thumb.