The Outsider features collaborations with Q-Tip, Keak Da Sneak, Turf Talk, Kasabian, Chris James from Stateless, and David Banner amongst others and comes four years after Shadow’s universally acclaimed previous album “The Private Press”, the long-awaited follow-up to his seminal debut set “Entroducing…”.
DJ Shadow, widely regarded as one of the most ground-breaking and influential artists in modern music, has announced his first major UK tour in 4 years. The dates featuring several special guests, follow the much anticipated September 18th release of Shadow’s new album “The Outsider”.
Threshold Recordings proudly announces another Motion Man / Kutmasta Kurt collaboration entitled Pablito's Way that will be released on September 12th, 2006. Although Motion Man has appeared on dozens of other established rapper's songs, Pablito's Way marks Motion's second full-length solo album.
Coming out of NorCal, Motion Man is also trying to beat the heat with the upcoming release of his second solo album, Pablito's Way. After nearly two decades of being a guest emcee on countless other artists' releases, Motion Man has finally decided to bless us with another solo album.
Members of one of hip-hop's hardest working groups, Glue, have spent their summer readying themselves for another national tour to support their third release, Catch As Catch Can, to be released on Fat Beats Records in September 2006. Consisting of Scribble Jam's only two-time winning emcee Adeem, DJ djdq, and producer Maker, the three members of Glue are no strangers to hard work; they've spent over 400 days on the road over the past 5 years.
Kerfew was born and bred in Leicester and has been learning music since the age of 7 when he started to play the Tabla and Naal. Multi instrumented Kerfew also took up the trumpet and violin. He progress further in the music arena by linking with a pirate radio station where he rose from the ranks from taking calls, to doing the graveyard slot, through to getting on the primetime weekend shows.
Black Grass also known as Mex returns from Brighton with his sophomore LP entitled A Hundred Days In One which follows on from his welcomed eponymous debut. Mex has been DJing for over 20 years now and lists great influences including the Wild Bunch, Good Times and Soul II Soul sound systems and great DJs such as Jazzy Jeff and Cash Money.