LoveCat Music

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LoveCat Music
Founded1999 (1999)
GenreRock, Latin, world, dance
Country of originU.S.
LocationNew York City

LoveCat Music is an America based independent record company and music publisher, founded in 1999 with a catalog of over 10,000 songs from a varied roster of songwriter-artists. It originally focused on indie rock — notably Evan Olson and Los Straitjackets. Since then the label has grown and diversified into releasing Latin (Cesar Mora, Latin Soul Syndicate, the Latin Moderns compilation series), ethnic lounge (Angel Tears (duo), Zino & Tommy), jazz (Bill Anschell, Four Piece Suit) and eclectic records such as Lotus Lounge. One of LoveCat's most notable artists is Reagan Youth, the legendary 1980s New York punk band, whose songs have been covered by The Beastie Boys and D Generation.

LoveCat is one of the most active Latin music publishers in the business, with writer-artists from Colombia, Mexico, Spain, and Ecuador. LoveCat is also noted for finding and signing new artists from France, Germany and Russia.

Some artists are signed only to LoveCat's music publishing company (Los Niños de Sara, Madder Rose, Doug Kershaw, Mary Lorson & Saint Low, Seb Taylor aka Kaya Project, Nick Fowler, Athenaeum. Songs from the LoveCat catalog are licensed in various films and television shows including Deadpool, Beverly Hills Chihuahua, Soul Men, The Sopranos, Sex and The City, The Devil Wears Prada and SpongeBob SquarePants.

Notable Latin artists[edit]

LoveCat Music is one of the leading publishers of Latin music from around the world. Their roster includes such artists as Latin Soul Syndicate (USA), Los Niños de Sara (France), Cesar Mora (Colombia), La Palabra (musician) (Cuba-USA) and Damn (band) (Sweden).

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