Monday, November 12, 2012
The pair left behind a recording of their song, an apparent tribute to Chicago gang leader Larry Hoover.
Two men are accused of robbing a Laurel studio last week immediately after they'd recorded a rap album inside, ABC-2 News reports. The suspects had not been scheduled to record at Copy Catz Media (612 Lafayette Ave.), but authorities told the news channel that another group working at the studio let them into the building early Thursday morning. The duo then recorded a song—an apparent tribute to Chicago gang leader Larry Hoover—and left. They returned shortly with a gun, ABC-2 reports, and forced three other people in the studio to hand over valuables. Police are hoping that the recording, as well as surveillance video from the building, will help them locate the suspects. Read more and hear the song at ABC-2.
Friday, August 3, 2012
Cat Walk Studios highlights local young talent.
A Laurel-based studio is becoming the spot for young local talent to hone their skills Equipped with a photo-video studio, graphic design house and performance space, Copy Catz Media, partnered with Cat Walks Studioz, is offering aspiring artist recording time in one of the few studious in the area. Check out the video.
Monday, July 30, 2012
Copy Catz Media becomes magnet for up and coming music artists.
An industrial site may not seem like a breeding ground for local music artist and aspiring media professionals, but, tucked away east of Laurel’s train tracks along Lafayette Avenue, Copy Catz Media is making a name for itself on the local music scene. Equipped with a photo-video studio, graphic design house and performance space, Copy Catz Media, partnered with Cat Walks Studioz, is envisioned to be a full service media company. “[Copy Catz] is one of those places you go to for the ultimate resource for media needs,” said Carlos Garcia, 30, who owns Copy Catz along with John Eaglin. Since 2009, Garcia and Eaglin have stitched together a high-end studio, investing as much as $60,000 into the facility. Garcia said in the coming months he …