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Al Manfredi’s Blue Gold – Now-Again Reserve

Now-Again — October 18, 2018 | Comments (0)

Al Manfredi is the father of hip-hop producer Exile, and Blue Gold is his little-known West Coast rock masterpiece from 1973. Manfredi’s dreams of securing a record deal with this album faded, but he spent the rest of his life recording music. This version of the album, was overseen by Exile. Shipping late January 2019. (more…)

DJ Muggs x Roc Marciano announce KAOS

Rappcats — October 5, 2018 | Comments (1)


KAOS release party at Rappcats, Sunday, October 21, Noon-3PM
DJ Muggs in the house, Jazz trio at 1, BBQ 1:30, and 100 copies of KAOS.
Rappcats, 5638 York Blvd, Los Angeles
FREE 21+

Unique cover, Rappcats exclusive limited to 400 hand-numbered copies – Shipping immediately.

Producer and founding member of Cypress Hill, DJ Muggs and Brooklyn’s finest, Roc Marciano announce they have joined for a collaborative album titled KAOS set for release via Soul Assassins Records on October 19th.

KAOS is a 10-song score made to soundtrack an upcoming feature film coming in Spring 2019. The film follows two childhood friends, Muggs and Roc Marci, who were brought up in different areas of New York: Hempstead, Long Island and Flushing, Queens. After a significant amount of time spent apart, they are reunited after Muggs serves out a 10-year prison bid. With hopes to rule the streets once again, the duo act out in ‘kaos’ towards anyone who tries to get in their way.

Phil Ranelin Tribe Collection at Rappcats

Rappcats — September 1, 2018 | Comments (0)

Update: The shop was one-day-only, August 25, but we now have 2-LP Phil Ranelin Grab Bags available from Ranelin’s collection. Original story below(more…)

DJ Shadow 3rd annual storage sale – Sept. 15 & 16

Rappcats — August 28, 2018 | Comments (0)

Rappcats and DJ Shadow present:
The 3rd Annual DJ Shadow Storage Sale

Rappcats – 5636 York Blvd, Los Angeles – September 15-16, 2018, Noon to 6PM. (more…)

David Axelrod – Songs of Experience – Audiophile reissue by Now-Again

David Axelrod — July 2, 2018 | Comments (0)

Songs of Experience was supposed to have a different feel than Song of Innocence. You see, music is a great outlet. And regardless of what the titles say, and as close as I wanted it to be to William Blake, what was going on in my life took precedence.” – David Axelrod.