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.
“Mixtape Nostalgia is a deeply personal book that diligently documents the evolution of the mixtape.
A book about US hiphop mixtape cover art
The Art Behind the Tape is the first coffee table book dedicated to the history of mixtape cover art.
“a little love for the DJ as griot and master rhetor…and the inspiration for Digital Griots.” Scholar Adam J. Banks … More
Portraying a vibrant, but often overlooked, music scene, this amplified edition of Houston Rap Tapes includes new interviews of Scarface, Slim Thug, Lez Moné, B L A C K I E, Lil’ Keke, and Sire Jukebox of the original Ghetto Boys, as well as many additional photographs.
Taking its title from Danger Mouse’s pioneering mashup of Jay-Z’s The Black Album and the Beatles’ The White Album, this … More
Cassette Culture: Popular Music and Technology in North India by: Peter Manuel Format: Paperback – 302 pages ISBN: 0226504018 Publisher: … More
I Mix What I Like!: A Mixtape Manifesto by Jared A. Ball Format: Paperback ISBN: 1849350574 Publisher: AK Press “This … More
Mix tape: The Art of Cassette Culture edited by Thurston Moore Format: Hardcover (96 pages) ISBN: 10:0789311992 Publisher: Universe (May … More
An art form combining the skills of a DJ with the intimacy of a letter, a good mixtape was the ultimate audio valentine.