Scott Stallone was the Guest Speaker at Writer’s Block , an industry event for songwriters and music producers interested in the nuances of developing skills for sync placements. The event was hosted by InQSpotZ at Aloft in center city Philadelphia.
Scott mixed Kon’s re-edit of LTD’s Love To The World from the original multitrack tape to make this lovingly reworked version. Love To The World is initially available on vinyl only and a special edition 7” Dub version is also available.
Mixed by Scott Stallone, Jesse and The Wolf is kind of an enigma in the music industry. He's housed under A-Trak's Fool's Gold Records imprint and is predicted to make a big splash this year. Recently, the producer is fresh off the release of his debut project Free Love which dropped last week. His infectious dance ready production and mixing skills has him geared up for a summer filled with even bigger moments to come. Today, he comes through with a brand new single with two hip hop heavyweights.
Scott Stallone Co-wrote (with Tim White) and Co-Produced (with Tom Fallenius) this BiG Records release. It's been featured on some of the top Electronic Spotify Playlists and Tim is gearing up to go on tour to support it and the other songs on his upcoming EP.
Scott Stallone mixed "Kool Aid" by Danny Brown for HBO's Silicon Valley Soundtrack. The song also appears in season 4 Ep4.
Scott wrote and produced 6 songs under the name Bury The Wren (with Erica Gibson). It's a downtempo, alt-pop, noirish walk through some darker influences like Portishead, Massive Attack, Zero7, Fiona Apple and Lana Del Rey. The EP is called "2:15 to New Glory" and it's available for licensing through BMG here:
and for purchase through iTunes and all digital music sites, and can be streamed through Spotify and all other streaming services. The songs "I'm Happy" and "The One That Gets Away" have been attracting attention from blogs like KickKickSnare, IndieShuffle and Crack In The Road.
The song "Alice" by Bianca Ryan (America's Got Talent winner) was Produced and Co-written by Scott Stallone. The video features a beautiful dance performane by Chloe Lukasiac of Dance Moms.
Scott Stallone produced the new single Murder Makes Art from Illadelph's best rap duo Outerspace. Artwork by The Culprits - Atlantic City's OG Streetware company.
Check out the video for 100s "10 Freaky Hoes" feat. Redinho, Produced by Vaughn Oliver, Addt'l Production by A-Trak & Scott Stallone (Fools Gold Records).
Scott Stallone co-wrote, co-produced and mixed "Take Me Over" by Tim White featuring Erica Gibson, the first single on TALUS records. Out now on iTunes :
HBO chose a song Scott Stallone engineered & mixed for their VICE season 2 promo. The song is "And So It Burns" by JMT from album Legacy of Blood and was the first full length project Scott did with Vinnie Paz and Stoupe. That song marks the official beginning of a long history with JMT that is still being written!
"Humphrey" from the upcoming "Federal Reserve" EP from Fools Gold/ Poppington/ Dipset. Produced by A-Trak & Party Supplies, Mixed by Scott Stallone. Artwork by Lamour Supreme.
Danny Brown took the stage at Jimmy Kimmel Live with Megan James from Purity Ring to perform the next single off Old called “25 Bucks.” It was Danny's TV debut. The official music video, out soon, wrapped filming earlier in the day. Mixed by Scott Stallone.
The Tom Noble disco remix for Stones Throw artists Myron & E's single called "Do It To It" just came out today. Mixed by Scott Stallone.
150k plus views in two days! Scott Stallone co-wrote, engineered and mixed this song from Vinnie Paz's upcoming release called "Carry on Tradition" due out October 29th, 2013. Yes Alexander recorded with Scott in Philly just before she moved to Iceland where the footage of her was shot. That's Scott's voice from the demo saying "RUN!" which they decided to keep. "Run" was the working title until Yes and Scott worked out the final lyrics.
Danny Brown & Action Bronson with spec guest Trash Talk @ the TLA Philly 9.27.13
Good Hang with Danny, Skywlkr, and Goliath Mgmt/ Shady Records' Dart Parker before, during and after the show. It was sold out and they tore the place down on the eve of the release date of DB's "Old". Bonus: getting to see and meet Thomas Pridgen (Trash Talk, Mars Volta).