Shlohmo

Henry Laufer, (born 3 January 1990) better known by his stage name Shlohmo, is an American electronic musician from Los Angeles, California.[1] He is a founding member of the Los Angeles electronic music collection WeDidIt.[2]

Shlohmo
Background information
Birth nameHenry Laufer
Born (1990-01-03) 3 January 1990
Los Angeles, California
GenresElectronic, hip hop, witch house, ambient, industrial
Occupation(s)Producer
Years active2009-Present
LabelsFriends of Friends, WeDidIt, Error Broadcast, True Panther Sounds
Associated actsRyan Hemsworth, D33J, Groundislava, Joji, RL Grime, Jeremih, Corbin
Websiteshlohmo.com

Career

Shlohmo released his debut album, Bad Vibes, on Friends of Friends in 2011.[3][4][5][6][7] His Vacation EP was released in 2012.[8] He released the Laid Out EP in 2013.[9][10][11][12][13][14]

After Shlohmo remixed Jeremih's "Fuck U All the Time" in 2012,[15] the two worked together in a track titled "Bo Peep (Do U Right)" which was part of Yours Truly and Adidas Originals' 2013 Songs from Scratch series.[16] A collaborative EP with Jeremih was released on WeDidIt and Def Jam Recordings in 2014.[17]

On February 13, 2014, Shlohmo and Jeremih released a new song off their forthcoming EP together. The track, "No More", was premiered by NPR and was released in time for Valentine's Day.[18]

On January 2, 2014, it was reported that rapper Bones was in talks to collaborate with Shlohmo,[19] and on March 6, 2015, it was announced on Shlohmo's Twitter that they would play a show together at The Fonda Theatre on May 7, 2015.[20]

Shlohmo announced via his Twitter account on February 7, 2018, that his third studio album will be titled “The End”.[21]

Discography

Studio albums

Compilation albums

  • Shlomoshun Deluxe (2011)
  • Fine, Thanks (2016)
  • Bad Vibes: Rarities + Extras (2016)

EPs

  • Shlo-Fi (2009)
  • Beat CD 09 (2010)
  • Shlomoshun (2010)
  • Camping (2010)
  • Fine, Thanks (2011)
  • Places (2011)
  • Vacation (2012)
  • Laid Out (2013)
  • No More (2014) (with Jeremih)
  • Rock Music (2019)

Singles

  • "Sippy Cup" b/w "Post Atmosphere (Baths Remix)" (2010)
  • "Places" b/w "Seriously" (2011)
  • "Later" (2011)
  • "Bo Peep (Do U Right)" (2013) (with Jeremih)
  • "No More" (2013) (with Jeremih)
  • "Emerge From Smoke" (2014)
  • "Buried" (2015)
  • "Wen 222" (2018)
  • "The End" (2019)

Productions

Remixes

  • Robot Koch - "Gorom Sen (Shlohmo Remix)" from Death Star Droid Remix EP (2010)
  • Gonjasufi - "Change (Shlohmo Remix)" from The Caliph's Tea Party (2010)
  • Comfort Fit - "Sky Raper (Shlohmo Remix)" (2010)
  • Burial - "Shell of Light (Shlohmo Remix)" (2011)
  • Drake - "Marvin's Room (Shlohmo's thru tha floor remix)" (2011)
  • Drake - "I'm On One (Shlohmo Remix)" (2011)
  • Drake ft. The Weeknd - "Crew Love (Shlohmo Remix)" (2012)
  • Salva - "Yellobone (Shlohmo + 2KWTVR Remix)" from Yellobone (2011)
  • Tomas Barfod - "Broken Glass (Shlohmo Remix)" (2011)
  • Aaliyah feat. Drake - "Enough Said (Shlohmo Remix)" (2012)
  • Lianne La Havas - "Forget (Shlohmo Remix)" (2012)
  • Little Dragon - "Sunshine (Shlohmo Remix)" (2012)
  • LOL Boys - "Changes (Shlohmo Remix)" from Changes (2012)
  • Flume - "Sleepless (Shlohmo Remix)" (2012)
  • Ryan Hemsworth - "Colour & Movement (Shlohmo Remix)" from Last Words (2012)
  • Haerts - "Wings (Shlohmo Remix)" (2013)
  • Samo Sound Boy - "Your Love (Shlohmo Remix)" (2013)
  • Young Scooter - "Colombia (Shlohmo Remix)" (2013)
  • Just Friends - "Avalanche (Shlohmo Remix)" (2013)
  • Electric Guest - "The Bait (Shlohmo Remix)" (2013)
  • Laura Mvula - "She (Shlohmo Remix)" (2013)
  • Purple - "The Club (Shlohmo Remix)" (2013)
  • Perera Elsewhere - "Light Bulb (Shlohmo Remix)" (2014)
  • Tory Lanez - "Say It (Shlohmo Remix)" (2016)
  • Gucci Mane - "Hot (Shlohmo Remix)" (2016)
  • PnB Rock - "Selfish (Shlohmo Remix)" (2017)
  • Juice Jackal - "Looney Toon (Shlohmo Remix)" (2018)

References

  1. Roiux, Erin (February 17, 2012). "Q&A: Shlohmo On Growing Up In Los Angeles, Collecting Sounds, And The Danger Of Being Stuck In One's Room". The Village Voice.
  2. Teh, Terence (November 8, 2011). "Shlohmo's Bad Vibes". Dazed Digital.
  3. Ryce, Andrew (August 11, 2011). "RA Reviews: Shlohmo - Bad Vibes (Album)". Resident Advisor.
  4. Patrin, Nate (August 11, 2011). "Shlohmo: Bad Vibes". Pitchfork Media.
  5. Lipsitz, Ari (August 12, 2011). "Review: Shlohmo - Bad Vibes (Friends Of Friends)". CMJ.
  6. Choudhery, Mohammad (September 2, 2011). "Album Review: Shlohmo - Bad Vibes". Consequence of Sound.
  7. Hunter, Jonny (December 11, 2011). "Shlohmo - Bad Vibes". Sputnikmusic.
  8. Ryce, Andrew (January 30, 2012). "Shlohmo: Vacation EP". Pitchfork Media.
  9. Feenstra, Gerrit (March 4, 2013). "Album Review: Shlohmo - Laid Out". KEXP-FM.
  10. Staples, Derek (March 4, 2013). "Album Review: Shlohmo - Laid Out EP". Consequence of Sound.
  11. Bromwich, Jonah (March 5, 2013). "Shlohmo: Laid Out EP". Pitchfork Media.
  12. Jackson, Glenn (March 5, 2013). "Deep Inside: Shlohmo 'Laid Out' EP". XLR8R.
  13. Ryan, Will (March 6, 2013). "Album Review: Shlohmo - Laid Out". Beats Per Minute.
  14. Pasori, Cedar (March 14, 2013). "Interview: Shlohmo Discusses Creating the Artwork for His "Laid Out" EP, Instagram, and Being Anti-Design". Complex.
  15. Zeichner, Naomi (December 18, 2013). "Shlohmo and Jeremih to Release Joint EP". The Fader.
  16. Bromwich, Jonah (March 20, 2013). "Jeremih / Shlohmo: "Bo Peep (Do U Right)"". Pitchfork Media.
  17. Lobenfeld, Claire (December 18, 2013). "Jeremih Announces New Collaborative EP With Electronic Producer Shlohmo". Complex.
  18. King, Jason (February 13, 2014). "Heavy Rotation: 10 Love Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing". NPR.
  19. "L.A. RAPPER BONES HAS SOME OF THE EERIEST VIDEOS IN THE MUSIC BUSINESS, AND A SOUND ALL HIS OWN". LA Weekly. January 2, 2014. Retrieved March 13, 2015.
  20. "Shlohmo - Twitter". Twitter. March 6, 2015. Retrieved March 13, 2015.
  21. "Shlohmo - New Album Twitter Announcement". Twitter. February 7, 2018. Retrieved August 14, 2018.
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