The Koreatown Oddity ‘Little Dominiques Nosebleed’ 2xLP
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‘Little Dominiques Nosebleed’ is the second Stones Throw album by LA-based rapper and producer The Koreatown Oddity.
With a distinct lo-fi and experimental sound, the album documents a true-to-life story about growing up Black in Koreatown, LA. Through nostalgic vignettes, ‘Little Dominiques Nosebleed’ details The Koreatown Oddity’s supernatural powers and spiritual awakening, triggered by two childhood car accidents that left him impaired with frequent nosebleeds and a broken leg.
The Koreatown Oddity takes the listener through this journey with an eclectic array of samples, comedy and hard truths, often featuring the people of his family and community.
The album is produced entirely by The Koreatown Oddity and includes appearances from guest artists Sudan Archives, Anna Wise, Baby Rose, C.S Armstrong, Fatlip (The Pharcyde) and many more.
“A rich portrait of place and personhood” - Pitchfork (7.1/10)
“A real one-off” - Mojo (4/5)
Double vinyl with brand new green colourway.
The album received critical acclaim from Pitchfork, Mojo, The Needle Drop, Bandcamp (Best Hip-Hop albums 2020), NME, BBC 6 Music (Gilles Peterson) and lots more.
For fans of Quakers, Pink Siifu, Homeboy Sandman, Jeremiah Jae, Madlib, Samiyam.
Catalogue number: STH2434LP-9
Label: Stones Throw