No hits, no singles; just raw, graceful tunes from the inventive Shabazz Palaces.
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As you scour your local record stores for your wish list favorites during tomorrow’s Record Store Day, keep your eyes peeled for a 12” bright purple vinyl. It’s KEXP's first-ever offering for Record Store Day, a collaboration with Seattle-based label Sub Pop Records and local hip-hop group Shabazz Palaces, limited to only 2,000 copies.
These days a slew of musicians from the oft-intersecting worlds of electronic music and hip-hop are tapping into that power by hiding their faces or wearing masks.
— Andrew Matson via Musicians And Their Masks