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January 15, 2004 | Jessica Hundley, Special to The Times
In an era when many music labels are foundering, stymied by the Internet free-for-all and struggling to keep up with changing nuances of popular tastes, L.A.'s Stones Throw Records is unexpectedly thriving. Founded in 1996 by Chris Manak (better known in the hip-hop underground as his alter-ego, DJ Peanut Butter Wolf) the label has slowly and steadily evolved, defying the climate of the time with not much more than good taste and common sense.
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January 15, 2004 | Jessica Hundley, Special to The Times
In an era when many music labels are foundering, stymied by the Internet free-for-all and struggling to keep up with changing nuances of popular tastes, L.A.'s Stones Throw Records is unexpectedly thriving. Founded in 1996 by Chris Manak (better known in the hip-hop underground as his alter-ego, DJ Peanut Butter Wolf) the label has slowly and steadily evolved, defying the climate of the time with not much more than good taste and common sense.
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