Thursday, March 26

Adrian Younge: New Soul Rebel


"The distinctive clattering drums and twisted psychedelics underpinning Jay Z’s ode to stacking art dollars, 'Picasso Baby,' sounds like a dusty sample rattled out of a 70s funk studio in Memphis, Tennessee. It is in fact a loop from 'Sirens,' a track written in 2011 by Adrian Younge, a gifted multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer. The Los Angeles native’s singular obsession with the seemingly lost craft of analogue production has made him the go-to name for hip-hop, R&B and soul stars in search of an old-school studio magic. From Hova, Snoop, the Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA and Ghostface Killah to Common, Raphael Saadiq, Bilal, and Ali Shaheed of A Tribe Called Quest, Younge's multiple collaborators cite his passion for vinyl culture and nuanced approach in successfully creating music deeply inspired by the past, yet progressive in execution."
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