Now when I hear certain songs, I think about my collection and its significance to my biography and the culture.
Ellect: Rap Attack B-Side
This mixtape was my introduction to Hip-Hop and Rap music as a toddler.
Mixtape Museum Chief Curator Appointed Visiting Scholar for Hip Hip Studies at Virginia Union University
During McCoy’s appointment as Visiting Scholar, she will expand The Mixtape Museum’s Mixtape Memory Collection to include Virginia-based mixtape memories.
Get Your Mind Right: Hip Hop, Entrepreneurship, and Wellness
Join us for an in-conversation about Hip Hop, Entrepreneurship, and Wellness. Joining us will be: Dave Bellevue, Oxymorrons, Swag for … More
Protected: R3Mx: An Embodied Structured Mixtape
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Jahan Nostra: ESP Recordings (1994)
July 5: Hip Hop Heresies at Strand Bookstore
Join us for an in-person event with Associate Professor and Co-Director of the LGBTQ+ Center at St. John’s University Shanté Paradigm … More
Mixtape Nostalgia by Jehnie Burns
I have so many mixtape memories from high school and college that I decided to write a book about mixtapes.
DJ Screw: A Life in Slow Revolution by Lance Scott Walker
Lance Scott Walker has interviewed nearly everyone who knew Screw, from childhood friends to collaborators to aficionados who evangelized Screw’s tapes—millions of which made their way around the globe—as well as the New York rap moguls who honored him.
I remember driving home from work and listening to Clue on Hot 97.
Memory, Mixtape & Scholarship | Hip Hop at Virginia Union University
Hip Hop at VUU is dedicated to exploring African American history and culture through a Hip Hop lens. This exploration … More
Justo Presents: The Mixtape Documentary
MIXTAPE Documentary presented by Tribeca and Universal Music Group
The premiere event of Mixtape will take place Thursday, April 7, at The United Palace in Washington Heights in New … More
“Mixtape Nostalgia” released with Glowing Reviews
“Mixtape Nostalgia is a deeply personal book that diligently documents the evolution of the mixtape.
“This mixtape memory is an excerpt from my manuscript The Divine Chronicles. It is literary a mixtape.”
Archiving Hip Hop: Community-Based Approaches
REGISTER HERE The Association for Recorded Sound Collections Continuing Education Webinar Series presents: Archiving Hip Hop: Community Based Approaches. Since … More
Mixtape Master: A Q & A With Skyzoo and Chris O’Shea
Though the mixtape hasn’t been a “tape” for many years now, the idea—that this highly personal collection of songs can move minds—remains the same.
5/27: Untold Stories of Eclecticism w/Sommer
MXM Featured in “Hit the Decks Fanzine”
4/17 – Herstory: Mixtape Memories with the Autry Museum
Join a dialogue on Zoom with women leaders in the field of sound, music archives in the LA/NY music scene. … More
Zack Taylor Remembers Lou Ottens
There’s a good chance that Lou Ottens impacted your life. With the advent of the compact cassette, Lou gave the … More
10/17: Basement Tapes Day 2020 is here!
Join our friends from 10am-3pm on Saturday, October 17 at the 15th Annual LA Archives Bazaar! RSVP here. Basement Tapes … More
Merry-Go-Round Mix by Rich Nice
Happy 47th Anniversary Hip-Hop! This is a glimpse of what authentic Hip Hop music sounded like before record companies and … More
MXM Featured in Tape OP Magazine
A major shout out to Tape Op Magazine for the feature. Tape OP Tape Op is an independent bi-monthly magazine … More
DJ Screw’s 49th Birthday Celebration
SCREWED UP RECORDS & TAPES CELEBRATES DJ SCREW’S 49TH BIRTHDAY PARTY ONLINE WITH VIRTUAL EVENTS DUE TO THE RECENT INCREASE … More
Motivational Mixtape Minute with Toni Blackman
UHHM and USPS Celebrate Hip-Hop Forever Stamp
Watch the live-streamed dedication ceremony here.
Digging in the Archive with NSSH
Screwed Up Records & Tapes Remembers Big Floyd and DJ Screw with Limited Edition Tee
Analog Love is a joyful look at why this ritual of communication through music still continues to be so meaningful.
Street Dreams: An Independent Fanzine About Hip Hop
Kalani Caraballo releases Hip Hop Fanzine to fill a void during covid.
View this post on Instagram Houstonian George Floyd had so much love for screw music, making music w DJ Screw. … More
Remembering Justo Faison and Hip-Hop’s Debt to the Mixtape
Tony Touch vs DooWop – Round Two
Trailer for Foul Child: The Legend of Big L Docu-Short Released
DJ EFN and Tony Touch Talk Mixtapes
Mixtapelogie Author Epée Dingong Interviewed on Blockout Radio
Hip-Hop Loves New York
Reimagine Your Creative Work for New Audiences
Community Scholar’s Mixtape Museum Is an Ode to Hip-Hop
The year is 1985, September to be exact. This is the birth of Pushin’ Tapes! In this pic, I was … More
EFN Remembers Mixtapes #1 Fan: Justo Faison
Everything I do today was built on the back of my mixtapes and although this article is not about me, … More
Mixtapelogie: History and Business of Mixtapes
Mixtapelogie by Epée Hervé Dingong retraces the history and business of mixtapes.
DJ EFN on Launching ‘Drink Champs,’ Building a Career off of Mixtapes, and More
Damn Son Where Did You Find This?
A book about US hiphop mixtape cover art
Eric Johnson | Chico, California
Originally from the east coast, Eric Johnson lives in Chico, California. MXM: Where are you from? EJ: I was born … More
CASSETTE: a documentary
Cassette: The Documentary Interviews DJ Ron G
“It’s hard to talk about innovators on cassette without including Ron G in the conversation.”
Epée Hervé Dingong | Paris, France
In this new series, MXM features avid mixtape collectors and their analog collections. The first hails from Paris, France. We … More
Davey D Interview with Justo Faison: The History of Mixtapes (April 2005 )
For folks who remember, Justo was a tireless advocate for mixtape deejays. He tragically passed away in a car crash … More