Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton: This Is Stones Throw Records Image
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  • Summary: Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton is a feature-length documentary about avant-garde Los Angeles-based record label Stones Throw Records. The film weaves together rare concert footage, never-before-see archival material, inner-circle home video and photographs and in-depth interviews with the artistsOur Vinyl Weighs A Ton is a feature-length documentary about avant-garde Los Angeles-based record label Stones Throw Records. The film weaves together rare concert footage, never-before-see archival material, inner-circle home video and photographs and in-depth interviews with the artists who put Stones Throw Records on the map. Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton gives an exclusive look into the label's left-of-center artists, history, culture, and global following. The film features exclusive interviews with Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Common, Questlove, Talib Kweli, Mike D (The Beastie Boys), Tyler the Creator, and many more. Expand

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  1. Reviewed by: Andrew Barker
    Jun 5, 2014
    70
    The footage on display here is voluminous and intimate, briskly edited together in a sort of studiously haphazard way that syncs up perfectly with Madlib’s far-reaching soundtrack mix.
  2. Reviewed by: Nathan Rabin
    Jun 5, 2014
    70
    The filmmakers behind Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton benefit and suffer from an excess of fascinating subject material.
  3. Reviewed by: Ernest Hardy
    Jun 26, 2014
    70
    The lack of a critical framework means that some of the most intriguing notions the interviewees put forth are never explored.