‘little rascal’ DJ Jools is the ‘curator’ at this Saturdays event. ‘rascal recommended’
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1st Floor Archive – The Library Nightclub – 69 Lake St Northbridge
10pm – Till Late
$10 Entry – Smart Casual Dress Code – Shorts & Caps allowed
This Saturday KNOWLEDGE welcomes DJ & Producer –
** JOOLS ** !!
Off the back of his first EP with Little Rascal Records we get the low down on his throw down.
* Who are some of your favourite artists and what can we expect to hear this
I have a few artists that come to mind. S.P.Y., Serum, Calibre, Dom and Roland, Need For Mirrors, and there are a lot more artists to mention who have influenced me growing up.
This Saturday I have some Jungle classics to play… with some new tunes thrown in the mix, including some of my own production!
*What are some of the highlights of your DJ career so far?*
I have played for a few various nights around Perth, including Liquid Lounge and Culture Clash. I have had the opportunity to play along side Perth’s amazing local talent. I have also been offered a set at BAY-SS festival in March which I am really looking forward to playing!
*Can you tell us a little about the tracks you have been producing, and about the record label you have released on?*
I have always liked dark basslines and synths, as well as heavy amens, so I have tried to bring to my music Jungle flavours with a lot of heavy breakbeats and dark atmospheres. I released my debut EP with Little Rascal Records in August last year, and I have my second EP with the same label due late March.
*Who are your two chosen support DJ’s and why have you chosen them?*
I have chosen two mates, Dj Size and Execute. Apart from being awesome people, they both encompass my musical taste. Dj Size with his dark, deep, minimal style and Execute with his Jungle riddims.
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Source: Roller 17 – 3rd December
Absolute dub wholesomeness here from UK producer Martin J Jones aka
Assembled and recorded by Martin J. Jones as StoneBones.
Instigated by Little Rascal Records.
Enabled by Teresa M. Dunne.
Audio mastering by David H. Podmore.
Cover art by Gimp and Mousepad.
‘Yes Molly’ lyric by James Joyce, being Molly Bloom’s soliloqy from chapter 18 of his novel ‘Ulysses’ which is read here by Barbara Jefford. Attributed to the author under Creative Commons public domain.
‘Lies About Iraq’ is adapted with thanks from the poem ‘To Whom It May Concern (Tell Me Lies About Vietnam)’ by Adrian Mitchell.
‘Solar’ includes excerpts from ‘Golden Apples of the Sun’, a short story by Ray Bradbury. Copyright is in public domain
LABEL: Little Rascal Records
TITLE: Dub Smash
GENRE: Reggae Dub
RELEASE DATE: 2016-11-03
Made in Cornwall UK.
StoneBones – Yes Molly (Original Mix)
StoneBones – Babylon Rust (Original Mix)
StoneBones – Lies About Iraq (Original Mix)
StoneBones – Take The Pill (Original Mix)
StoneBones – Elastic Dub (Original Mix)
StoneBones – Concious Man (Original Mix)
StoneBones – Civilisation (Outsider Dub)
StoneBones – Dub Unknown (Original Mix)
StoneBones – Solar (Original Mix)
Motivational and positive tune from Fremantle based artist, Tom Bomba. Single taken from forthcoming compilation album; Dub Rascals Volume 3.
LABEL: Little Rascal Records
ARTIST: Tom Bomba
TITLE: plant a seed bro (grow your own food)
GENRE: Reggae Dub / Roots Reggae
RELEASE DATE: 2016-09-23
Tom Bomba – plant a seed bro (grow your own food) (Original Mix)