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Mono En Stereo

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Mono En Stereo
Also known asrthentic RTNC, rthentic, RTNC, El, El RTNC [1] , R.Thentic [2] , Rich Boogie
OriginNew York, New York
GenresHip Hop, Beats, Instrumental
Occupation(s)Producer, Music Composer, DJ
Years active1997–Present
LabelsMono En Stereo, Chopped Herring Records
Associated actsYour Old Droog [3] , Homeboy Sandman, De La Soul, Prodigy, Timeless Truth, Action Bronson, Roc Marciano, Sean Price,
Websitemonoenstereo.bandcamp.com

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El Richard Moringlane, better known as Mono En Stereo [4] , as well as, RTNC, rthentic RTNC, El RTNC, R.Thentic (pronounced r-thentic), & Rich Boogie, [5] is a music record producer from New York, New York. Produced Your Old Droog's [6] first album [7], which received a position in the The New York Times' Top 10 albums of 2014 [8] & continues to work closely with him. RTNC also produced the Kool Herc: Fertile Crescent album for Homeboy Sandman that was named one of 2013’s top albums by Spin Magazine. [9] In 2016, El produced records on the Cold Wave album by Timeless Truth. Along with a favorable New York Times review, this comment was made: “El RTNC, one of the sonic architects of vintage New York.” [10] Film projects like Doin’ It In The Park: Pick-Up Basketball (documentary by legendary radio host & author Bobbito Garcia ) trailer [11] & Bill Murray's film Osmosis Jones featured his music. The latter made it possible for RTNC to work with a childhood & personal favorite, De La Soul. [12] Rich was also part of such projjects as the groundbreaking Soundbombing Volume 1 [13] DJ Sarah Love’s BBC Radio 1xtra show aired a half hour spotlight, which detailed numerous collaborations. [14] Mono created 108 (Something Nothing Everything), which is a creative agency.

Attended Manhattan College & Graduated Phi Sigma Tau.

Discography[edit]

Solo Projects[edit]

  • 1998 : Enriched Instrumentals[15]
  • 2009 : Atmananda Volume 1: Follow Your Bliss[16]
  • 2010 : Atmananda Volume 2: No Ordinary Moments
  • 2011 : Art Is Magic, Magic Is Art
  • 2011 : Wanavfun
  • 2014 : Your Old Droog” (Instrumentals)
  • 2015 : Orchinals Volume 1
  • 2015 : Muse
  • 2015 : Italian Ice
  • 2015 : Diner Specials
  • 2015 : Whipped Cream
  • 2015 : Sorbet
  • 2015 : Ice Cream
  • 2015 : Crème Glacée
  • 2015 : Sacré Coeur
  • 2015 : Adam & Eve
  • 2015 : High Priest
  • 2015 : Max
  • 2015 : Sam
  • 2015 : Pablo[17]
  • 2015 : Emperor Selassie
  • 2016 : Speaking My Language
  • 2016 : Hero
  • 2016 : Tops & Bottoms Optional
  • 2016 : In Plain Sight
  • 2016 : Master Teacher
  • 2016 : Mono En Stereo[18]
  • 2016 : Uptown Painters Union[19]
  • 2016 : SoundStrange[20]

Production Discography[edit]

1997

  • "Show Me Your Gratitude" (by L Fudge from the Rawkus compilation Soundbombing)

1998

  • "Freak Me (Remix)" Featuring L Fudge (by Another Level)
  • "A Conversation With Hop" (by L Fudge from the album Hip Hop Independents Day Volume 1)

1999

  • "Melt Down" Featuring (by Eddie Brock & L Swift of Natural Elements (hip hop group) from the album Hip Hop Underground's Finest)
  • "Dimmin' The Life" (by L Fudge from the Groove Attack compilation Superrappin' Volume 1)
  • "Relax, Relate, Release" (by Eddie Brock from the Groove Attack compilation Superrappin' Volume 1)
  • "Redline" (by Cactus Jack)[21]

2000

  • "Terra Firma" (by Rubix)
  • "Love Connection" (by Rubix)

2001

  • "Turn It Out" (by De La Soul from the soundtrack Osmosis Jones)
  • "Minders" (by Rubix from the Groove Attack compilation Superrappin' 2)
  • "Capitalism" (by Verbal from the album End of the Week)

2002

  • "Misuse" Featuring Truth Enola (by Kwest from the Groove Attack compilation Flipsides - B-Sides & Remixes From The Superrappin’ Catalogue)

2003

  • "Guns & Butter" (from the C Rayz Walz album Ravipops)

2004

  • "Unity" (from the Wordsworth album Mirror Music)

2005

  • "R.Thentic", (from the C Rayz Walz album Year Of The Beast)

2006

  • "The Visionary" (from the John Robinson album The Leak Edition Volume 2)[22]

2008

  • "The Glow" (by Yasiin Bey formerly known as Mos Def)
  • "I Am Not For Sale", "Dreaming Again", (from the John Robinson album I Am Not For Sale)

2011

  • "Dabble In Truffles" (by Action Bronson)[23]

2012

  • "The Mirable" (from the Homeboy Sandman EP Subject: Matter)[24]
  • "Cedar & Sedgwick", "Eclipsed", "Let's Get'Em" (from the Homeboy Sandman album First of a Living Breed)[25]
  • "Richardson" (by Homeboy Sandman)
  • "Insanely Free" (by Cashius King AKA Co$$)

2013

  • Heru Apollo", "Crush", "All Others Pay Cash", Men Of Honour" Featuring Roc Marciano, "Wherever We Go" "Mad Scientist Speaks" Featuring Large Professor, "Hot 110", "Alliance", "Get The Doe" Featuring Action Bronson, "Lila", "What A Life", "Hi Tech", "Hypnosis" Featuring Sean Price, "Traffic King" "Stop 1" (from the Timeless Truth album Rock-It Science)
  • "My Brothers", "Oh, The Horror", Lonely People", "Dag, Philly Too", Moon", "Men Are Mortal", "Peace & Love, "I", (from the Homeboy Sandman album Kool Herc: Fertile Crescent)[26]

2014

  • "Quiet Storm Interlude", "Bad To The Bone", "Nutty Bars", "Loosey In The Store With Pennies", "Good Times Are Hard To Come By These Days", "Droog's Anthem", "Gunsmoke Cologne", "U 47", "You Know What Time It Is [Extended Version]" Co Produced By DJ Skizz, "Bye Outro", "Loosey In The Store With Pennies (Remix)" "On The News", "Boofanickoregs", "The 70's", (from the Your Old Droog album Your Old Droog)[27]
  • "Free Turkey" (by Your Old Droog)[28]
  • "White Sands" (by Homeboy Sandman)

2015

  • "Have A Nice Day" (from the Your Old Droog EP The Nicest)
  • "Rage Against The Machine", "Blood", "Get The Paper", "Freeway Fire", "Homicide" Featuring Prodigy (from the Your Old Droog album Kinison)[29]
  • "The Dustiest" (by Your Old Droog)

2016

  • “Stop The Bleeding” (from the Homeboy Sandman & Aesop Rock album Lice Two: Still Buggin'[30]
  • "White Rappers" (by Your Old Droog)
  • "Tyranny" (by Prodigy)
  • "Nonbelievers" (from the Homeboy Sandman album Kindness For A Weakness[31]
  • "4 My Real 1's", "Pop Champagne", "Kevlar Bodybags" Featuring Ill Bill, "40 Belows", "Russian Rock Hammers" Featuring Your Old Droog (from the Timeless Truth album Cold Wave)[32]

2017

  • "Bangladesh", "Grandma Hips", "Just An Interlude", "My Girl Is A Boy", "Buns & Gutter" (from the Your Old Droog album Packs)[33]
  • "What Happened To Fire" (from the Your Old Droog & Wiki album What Happened To Fire)[34]
  • "Bamboo (from the Homeboy Sandman album Veins)[35]

2018

  • "Sol Controller", "Wet Cement", "Patina", "Eyes Don't Lie", "A Brand You Can Trust", "Leisure Wear (Sit & Laugh) (from the Superbad Solace of Timeless Truth album Sol Controller)[36]

References[edit]

  1. Acevedo, Kai (February 20, 2015). "Your Old Droog: The Unveiling". lifeandtimes.com.
  2. Weingarten, Christopher (November 17, 2014). "New York Rap Enigma Your Old Droog Plots LP Debut". RollingStone.com.
  3. Kelley, Frannie (November 16, 2014). "First Listen: Your Old Droog, 'Your Old Droog'". npr.com.
  4. Wallace, Riley (July 8, 2015). "Behind The Beats: A Chat With Droog Producer El RTNC". aboveaveragehiphop.com.
  5. Isenberg, Daniel (July 17, 2015). "Loop Library With El RTNC". Nah Right.
  6. Kang, Jay (August 25, 2014). "Nas Is Not Your Old Droog". newyorker.com.
  7. Kellie, Frannie (November 16, 2014). "First Listen: Your Old Droog, 'Your Old Droog'". npr.com.
  8. Caramanica, Jon (December 11, 2014). "Jon Caramanica's Top 10 Albums of 2014". The New York Times.
  9. "Spin's 40 Best Hip Hop Albums of 2013". Spin Magazine. December 5, 2013.
  10. Caramanica, Jon (April 28, 2016). "Albums That Look Backward: The Range, Father, Parker Millsap". New York Times.
  11. Couliau, Kevin (October 28, 2012). "DOIN' IT IN THE PARK: PICK-UP BASKETBALL, NYC - Trailer". Vimeo.
  12. "Osmosis Jones Soundtrack". IMDB.
  13. "SoundBombing". discogs.com.
  14. "BBC Radio 1Xtra's DJ Sarah Love Show". soundcloud.com.
  15. "Rich Boogie". discogs.com.
  16. "R.Thentic - AtManAnDa Vol. One". hypebeast.com.
  17. "RTNC Discography". Bandcamp.
  18. "Mono En Stereo On Chopped Herring Records". Chopped Herring.
  19. "RTNC - Uptown Painters Union (Instrumentals)". nahright.com.
  20. "RTHENTIC (El RTNC) - SoundStrange (Audio)". egotripland.com.
  21. "Cactus Jack". discogs.com.
  22. "John Robinson". discogs.com.
  23. Caramanica, Jon (July 26, 2011). "Food on His Mind, and in His Stomach as Well". nytimes.com.
  24. Rosen, Jody (March 30, 2012). "Subject Matter". RollingStone.com.
  25. Moore, Marcus (September 27, 2012). "Homeboy Sandman First Of A Living Breed Review". bbc.co.uk.
  26. Balfour, Jay (April 26, 2013). "Homeboy Sandman Kool Herc; Fertile Crescent". hiphopdx.com.
  27. Caramanica, Jon (December 11, 2014). "Jon Caramanica's Top 10 Albums of 2014". nytimes.com.
  28. Caramanica, Jon (September 4, 2014). "Unmasked, a Rapper Exults in Tradition". nytimes.com.
  29. Weingarten, Christopher (February 4, 2016). "Hear NYC Rapper Your Old Droog's Rock-Inspired New Mixtape". hypebbeast.com.
  30. Munnus, Jordan (September 30, 2016). "Stream Aesop Rock & Homeboy Sandman's New EP, 'Lice 2: Still Buggin". hypebbeast.com.
  31. Weiss, Dan (May 6, 2016). "Review: Homeboy Sandman Is the Last Backpacker Standing on 'Kindness for Weakness'". spin.com.
  32. Caramanica, Jon (April 28, 2016). "Albums That Look Backward: The Range, Father, Parker Millsap". nytimes.com.
  33. Ruiz, Matthew (March 16, 2017). "Your Old Droog Packs". pitchfork.com.
  34. Schwartz, Danny (February 2, 2017). "Wiki & Your Old Droog - What Happened to Fire?". hotnewhiphop.com.
  35. Hernandez, Victoria (March 31, 2017). "Stream Homeboy Sandman's "Veins" Album". hiphopdx.com.
  36. Diaz, Angel (August 7, 2018). "Premiere: Superbad Solace of Timeless Truth Drops Video for "Wet Cement"". complex.com.

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