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Mr. Bongo pop-up record shop at Rappcats, 5636 York Blvd, Los Angeles - Saturday & Sunday, March 12 & 13, Noon–6PM.
We're celebrating the 50th anniversary of Arthu...
The Name of This Terrain (1969) is the missing entry in jazz pianist / composer / psychiatrist Denny Zeitlin’s discography, a wonderful and weird fusion of avant-classical,...
Rappcats hosted art show to celebrate the release of Gang$ter Music Vol. 2, the album compiled by Marlon Sassy AKA Gangster Doodles.
The show consisted of “remixes” of the ...
Eye Q's Please the Nation was released by Now-Again in 2021.
Just as the hippie era came to an end in America, a second 60s was beginning. In what is now Zimbabwe, young pe...
Detroit-based Tribe Records was one of the brightest lights of America's jazz underground in the 1970s
“The book that defines Houston hip-hop” – Bun B
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib's Bandana was released June 28, 2019 by Keep Cool/RCA Records & Madlib Invazion/ESGN.
This album was produced & A&R’ed by Madlib, Fre...
We’ve been getting a lot of questions about a collaborative album that Madlib and Mac Miller supposedly created. Here’s the real story.
Photo: MacDermot in 1968, by Larry Ellis.
Composer, pianist and arranger Galt MacDermot died at 4 AM Eastern Standard Time on December 17th, 2018, a day shy of his 90th bir...
Rappcats is proud to present the full-sized, hardcover, thick-as-a-brick Gangster Doodles book.
J Dilla's “The Anthem” produced by Kanye West, and an alternate-vocal version of “Fuck the Police,” taken from a demo version of The Diary found on CD-R in a storage unit.
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