Synonyms for quasimoto or Related words with quasimoto
Examples of "quasimoto"
album, "The Further Adventures of Lord Quas" was accepted well and continued the
tradition of using vocal samples from Melvin Van Peebles, who is credited on the album liner notes as a collaborator.
released his third studio album entitled "Yessir Whatever" in June 2013, which is a compilation of several previously unreleased works. It collects 12-tracks made by Madlib and
over a roughly 12-year period. A few were released on rare and out-of-print vinyl, while a few others are previously unreleased, now mixed and mastered for the first time.
In an interview, Madlib said that the atmosphere and sound on the
albums owe much to the work of Alain Goraguer on the soundtrack of La Planete Sauvage. An early
video features excerpts from the film, and the song "Come On Feet" contains a sample from its soundtrack.
(Malcolm Brown) and Opie (Keith Allen) are the in-house producers with the Stews in Atlanta, GA. Marvin Byrd (a.k.a. "Marvinsky") is the sound engineer. Kyle and Dave are the current sound engineers in Houston, TX
Early depictions of
were inspired by the movie "Fantastic Planet", specifically the leashed Oms who wore red masks with protruding snouts resembling skinny hippopotamus during the first "de-om".
In 2005, it was announced that Van Peebles would collaborate with Madlib for a proposed double album titled "Brer Soul Meets
". However, nothing has been said about this project since it was announced.
The Further Adventures of Lord Quas is the second studio album by
, an alter ego of American hip hop musician Madlib. It was released via Stones Throw Records on May 3, 2005.
The Lootpack's 1999 debut album "" ushered in a string of releases on Stones Throw centering on Madlib's production work which would continue for a decade. His first solo work, under the guise of
, "The Unseen", came in 2000. The album was met with critical acclaim, named by Spin Magazine as one of the top 20 albums of the year.
The original lineup also made a few recordings as a band, which were collected on the
cassette. When, in 1987, the original lineup disbanded, Caporino continued M.O.T.O. as a trio backed by Brad Brewster on drums and Greg Fisk on bass. This edition of the band played more live dates than the original lineup, but recorded very little.
"You Never Come Closer" was sampled on "Closer" by influential hip-hop producer Madlib for
. This has led to Doris' work becoming increasingly popular amongst underground hip-hop fans and record collectors. Also "You Never Come Closer" can be heard in the video game Grand Theft Auto V, on the fictional radio station called Flylo FM.
The Unseen is the debut studio album by
, an alter ego of American hip hop musician Madlib. It was released under Stones Throw Records on June 13, 2000. It was re-released in 2005 as a deluxe edition with a bonus CD containing the instrumental version of the album.
"Microphone Mathematics" is the second single by
, the rapping alter ego of Madlib. These tracks later appeared on his debut album "The Unseen". On the album, however, "Discipline 99" was split into 2 tracks. Part 0 featured "Mr. Herb," while part 1 featured Wildchild of the Lootpack.
Yessir Whatever is a compilation album by American producer and rapper Madlib's alter ego
. The album was released on June 18, 2013 by Stones Throw Records. The album features a compilation of songs released on rare & out-of-print vinyl and a few others that were previously unreleased.
(also known as Lord Quas or Quas) is the animated alter ego or side project of hip hop producer Madlib, from Oxnard, California. Quas is known for his high pitched voice, and sounds as if he has inhaled helium. Another notable characteristic is the interplay between Quas' voice and Madlib's voice.
was conceived one day in the studio, when Madlib decided to rap to his own beats. Madlib did not like the sound of his voice (his friends in Oxnard call him 'Barry White' in reference to his deep voice) so he decided to slow his recorder down, rap slowly, then speed the recording back up to produce Quasimoto's distinctive high pitched sound.
Peanut Butter Wolf, DJ and owner of Stones Throw Records, heard Quas' demo tapes and encouraged Madlib to release more tracks under this alias.
was featured on Wolf's "My Vinyl Weighs a Ton" album in 1998, on the song "Styles Crews Flows Beats." Later, Madlib put out Quasimoto's debut album - "The Unseen" - in 2000. This album received much praise from underground fans and from mainstream media, making it onto Spin Magazine's top albums of the year list.
After the release of "The Unseen", Madlib spent the next few years working on different projects such as Yesterdays New Quintet and his album "Shades of Blue". Quas re-emerged in 2003, making a few guest appearances, notably on Jaylib's "Champion Sound" and Madvillain's "Madvillainy" (Madlib and MF DOOM).
officially returned with the vinyl-only "Bus Ride" EP in late 2004, continuing his distinctive style of high pitched rhymes and unorthodox samples.
dropped "The Further Adventures of Lord Quas" which featured M.E.D. and MF DOOM. The album cover features a reference to Frank Zappa's debut album, "Freak Out!", a picture of super-producer J Dilla, and a picture of Wild Man Fischer, who is also referenced in one of the songs. The voice of Melvin Van Peebles is sampled on several tracks from both albums.
It has been recorded by other artists. It has also been heavily sampled in hip hop, for example in "Funky" by Ultramagnetic MCs (1987), "Knick Knack Patty Wack" by EPMD (1989), "Blast From the Past" by Ultramagnetic MC's (1992), "California Love" by 2Pac featuring Dr. Dre and Roger Troutman (1995), "Honey" by Moby (1999), "Astro Black" by
(2000), "He's Unbelievable" by Sarah Connor (October 29, 2002), and "We Keep It Rockin'" by Maino featuring Swizz Beatz, Jadakiss, Jim Jones and Joell Ortiz (2010).
In his hometown, Lipp was influenced by mostly hip-hop artists such as RZA and DJs who have strong roots in hip-hop such as Madlib a.k.a.
. When asked what musical genres he found the greatest influence from, Lipp responded, “Bay Area and Detroit rap, classic electro, 70's fusion, early 90's techno, and Chicago post-rock bands are all potatoes that influence my music.” He was also influenced greatly by the night he spent at 619 Progress in Blacksburg, VA for the aftershow.
Madlib began his career with Lootpack, a hip hop group. Later in his career he was a member of Jaylib and Madvillain.
is a fictional rapper created by speeding up Madlib's own voice. Under that name he released three albums, in 2000, 2005 and 2013. Madlib also released a house/techno album under the name DJ Rels titled "Theme for a Broken Soul". Other notable collaborations include Dudley Perkins, with whom he has produced 3 entire albums. Madlib has released 3 multiple-volume album series: "Beat Konducta" (Vol. 0-6), "Mind Fusion" (Vol. 1-5) and "Madlib Medicine Show" (Vol. 1-13)
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