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At the core of Quakers is a three-man production team consisting of Fuzzface—better known as Geoff Barrow, the producer and arranger of Portishead—and two of his closest associates: Portishead engineer Stuart Matthews and Australian DJ/producer Ashley Anderson. Recorded over the span of four years, the album is the consequence of three lifelong hip-hop fans wanting to, in Barrow’s words, “make a rap album before they got too old.” Rather than glitz up the project with big-name rappers, the trio combed Myspace for unsigned talent and also sent invitations to up-and-coming artists (Jonwayne, Guilty Simpson) and underground veterans (Prince Po, Dead Prez). The album's collage-like structure is similar to that of other Stones Throw projects, as is the hallucinogenic atmosphere. The objective was not to create hit songs but to flesh out a landscape of sounds and ideas that reflected the producers’ lifelong experience of hip-hop culture. Mysterious and fragmented yet sophisticated, the collection is a never-ending menu of gritty delights and miniature surprises.

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Dope Hip-Hop!

Been waiting for this album all month! Don't sleep on it! Dope features too!

Seriously amazing

Goes to show you just how talented Geoff Barrows of Portishead truly is……Silverust on the track Chucky Balboa, is definitely someone to keep your eye on.


This is real hip hop... 41 songs for $10 what a steal!!!


Genre: Dance

Years Active: '10s

Multi-faceted projects like Blakroc and the Gorillaz may seem ambitious, but Quakers took the idea of a hip-hop collective to epic proportions. With the help of Stones Throw's Peanut Butter Wolf, Portishead's Geoff Barrow assembled 35 members to contribute to Quakers' 41-track debut. Along with Barrow (going by the alias Fuzzface), the project revolved around Invada Records producers 7-Stu-7 and Katalyst, and included contributions by an assortment of talented underground rappers, golden-age hip-hop...
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