Shabazz Palaces is Ishmael Butler (Digible Planets) and Tendai Maraire, and their Lese Majesty was easily the most spun record on the Third Man office turntable in 2014. Our admiration reached new heights when we had the honor of hosting the Seattle-based duo for a live performance and direct-to-acetate recording in our Nashville Blue Room last year. In Third Man consigliere Ben Swank's own words, "Shabazz Palaces' obstinately original oeuvre emanates from a fully formed higher conscious, they plant their flag in the outermost realms of the hip hop global soundscape where vibrations throb into beat-heavy explorations, chrome covered constellations of higher reveries each offering its own sonic boom."

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Shabazz Palaces

Shabazz Palaces: Live at Third Man Records

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Shabazz Palaces is Ishmael Butler (Digible Planets) and Tendai Maraire, and their Lese Majesty was easily the most spun record on the Third Man office turntable in 2014. Our admiration reached new heights when we had the honor of hosting the Seattle-based duo for a live performance and direct-to-acetate recording in our Nashville Blue Room last year. In Third Man consigliere Ben Swank's own words, "Shabazz Palaces' obstinately original oeuvre emanates from a fully formed higher conscious, they plant their flag in the outermost realms of the hip hop global soundscape where vibrations throb into beat-heavy explorations, chrome covered constellations of higher reveries each offering its own sonic boom."

Tracklist

  1. 1. New Black Wave
  2. 2. Forerunner Foray
  3. 3. Youlogy
  4. 4. Clown Music
  5. 5. They Come in Gold
  6. 6. Solemn Swears
  7. 7. Swerve... The Reaping of All That Is Worthwhile (Noir Notwithstanding)
  8. 8. Free Press and Curl
  9. 9. Kill White T, Parable of The Nigga Who Barrels Stay Hot, Made by Hardkings@freecasino.blk
  10. 10. Are You... Can You... Were You? (Felt)
  11. 11. Falling Up the Bean Stalk