Rip and Rebind is an anthropological snapshot of life taken with hip-hop’s camera. Through a collaged narrative reflecting the mash-up genre who’s origins are largely found in Hip-Hop, this sonic journey confirms that the music is a reflection of the people. The series aims to preserve an honest perception of an artistic expression that has too often been commodified. Sample-heavy and audibly rich, Rip and Rebind is essentially cultural “crate-digging.”


Chicago born Carl Scott is the host and producer of Rip And Rebind, a musicological exploration of culture, for the National Black Programming Consortium. He also wrote and produced Still Swinging, Still Classic, a one-hour radio documentary for WQXR and WNYC New York about the life of jazz pianist Hazel Scott.

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