BioGeorgia Anne Muldrow is one of Stones Throw Records newest signings, and is the only female vocalist signed to the label. Inspired by solid '70s soul, free jazz and a bottom-heavy hip-hop thump, Georgia paints a unique musical canvas that has the underground stopping to gaze and take it all in. It's just one 22-year old woman behind such a breadth of sonic expression – she does her own vocals, background vocals AND the beats.
Georgia springs from a family of creative musicians, whose roots run deep in the '60s and '70s progressive jazz scene: her father invented instruments for Eddie Harris, and her mother performed with Pharoah Sanders. Their innovation passed to their daughter, who approaches her labyrinth of keyboards, synthesizers and various instruments with a fresh perspective every time. She was noticed early on by fellow L.A. hip-hop trendsetters Sa Ra, as well as Detroit's Platinum Pied Pipers – both of whom tapped her for collaborations. From there, the buzz brought Georgia's sound to the airwaves of "Worldwide" with Gilles Peterson on the BBC, and naturally, to Peanut Butter Wolf, who signed her to a two-album deal on Stones Throw Records.