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Best Of 2017: Favorite Artwork From The Past Year’s Digs

Over the next couple of days I’m going to highlight some of my favorite records that I tracked down in 2017. Today I just wanted to highlight some of the beautiful, outrageous, outrageously beautiful and beautifully outrageous artwork that was featured on records that I picked up over the year […]


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2nd Annual DJ Shadow Storage Sale @ Rappcats!!!

Heard speculation that this was gonna happen again, and much of that speculation was that it would basically just be the same records from the first time, but that was not the case. In terms of overall volume, I think there might have been fewer records this time, but there […]


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Tropicalia In Furs X Rappcats Pop-Up #3!!!

If you know me, you know I love Brasilian music. Brasilian wax is about as tough as Cuban wax to get stateside, except on those rare occasions when Joel of Tropicalia In Furs fame swings back down to LA. This weekend was full of amazing vinyl, including some records that […]


This is actually a picture taken by Egon of Now-Again/Rappcats of the wall before everything start...non-stop heat.  Notice how bare the wall is in the next picture, just 10 minutes after opening on Saturday.

Groove Merchant X Rappcats 2017 Pop-Up!!! 2

{Had planned to get a couple more posts up before I left for a week in Havana, but time was not on my side. I’ll get my best digs of 2017 when I return…Hasta Siempre!} Cool Chris brought a bit of the “Mecca” down south, for the Groove Merchant X […]


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1st Annual DJ Shadow Storage Sale @ Rappcats!!!

This past weekend, LA got a real special treat, as this months “pop-up” record show at Rappcats in Highland Park (who has been hosting one-off shows since July, featuring Joel Stones of Tropicalia In Furs, as well as Egon of Now-Again Records and Michael McFaddin of Luv’n’Haight/Ubiquity fame), featuring selections […]


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Record Jungle – Montibello, Los Angeles

While I mentioned previously that Avalon Vintage might be my favorite LA record store, Record Jungle is far behind. Every single time I’ve gone there I’ve found some strange and obscure record, almost always for less than $10. The very first time I went to Record Jungle, I found that […]