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Seven inch vinyl pressing. Two of the first solo productions to be released by House Shoes now find themselves on an exclusive 45 release on Street Corner Music in 2019. "The Makings", was originally released by Do-Over records on a 10-inch backed with Flying Lotus on 2010. Limited to 1000 copies it sold out in less than 24 hours. Punchy drums address the chopped up Curtis Mayfield sample. "Newports ", Shoes tribute to his favorite cigarette at the time which he actually stopped smoking soon after, supports The Makings on the B-Side, once again with heavy drums layered over beautiful chops and a chorus lifted from D'Angelo's Devil's Pie.
Seven inch vinyl pressing. Two of the first solo productions to be released by House Shoes now find themselves on an exclusive 45 release on Street Corner Music in 2019. "The Makings", was originally released by Do-Over records on a 10-inch backed with Flying Lotus on 2010. Limited to 1000 copies it sold out in less than 24 hours. Punchy drums address the chopped up Curtis Mayfield sample. "Newports ", Shoes tribute to his favorite cigarette at the time which he actually stopped smoking soon after, supports The Makings on the B-Side, once again with heavy drums layered over beautiful chops and a chorus lifted from D'Angelo's Devil's Pie.
680599101571
House Shoes - The Makings / Newports

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: SCMU
Rel. Date: 05/24/2019
UPC: 680599101571

The Makings / Newports
Artist: House Shoes
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. The Makings
2. Newports

More Info:

Seven inch vinyl pressing. Two of the first solo productions to be released by House Shoes now find themselves on an exclusive 45 release on Street Corner Music in 2019. "The Makings", was originally released by Do-Over records on a 10-inch backed with Flying Lotus on 2010. Limited to 1000 copies it sold out in less than 24 hours. Punchy drums address the chopped up Curtis Mayfield sample. "Newports ", Shoes tribute to his favorite cigarette at the time which he actually stopped smoking soon after, supports The Makings on the B-Side, once again with heavy drums layered over beautiful chops and a chorus lifted from D'Angelo's Devil's Pie.
        
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