*** LittleKristinaRascal Recommends ***

Check out these awesome bangers I’ve been loving this week!!

 

albo

ALBOROSIE

Freedom In Dub

VP Jamaica

054645 705660

11 August, 2017

Dub

 

Freedom In Dub on Spotify

 

 

prayer

PRAYER

Prayer I / II

Black Acre

ACRETAPE 02

4 August, 2017

Ambient/Drone

 

Prayer I / II on Spotify

 

 

FVR

VindataSkrillex & NSTASIA

Favor

OWSLA

8 August, 2017

Trap/Future Bass

 

Favor on Spotify

 

 

Enjoy :)

LittleKristinaRascal

 

good local music events – rascal recommends

Posted on 6th August 2015 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in dub/wise,events,hardcore/punk,local,music,reggae - Tags: , , , , , , , ,

…whether i make them or not!?!?!?  – would love to get down to one of these great Perth music events this weekend, being the music lover – young or older – support local music, go out and get some every now and then. :)

SEARCH & DISTRO BIRTHDAY SPECIAL

in Four5Nine band room w/ special guests Chainsaw Hookers, Bikini Cops, Yobmob, Emu Xperts and Craw Hammer

DATE: Friday, 7th August

DOORS OPEN: 8:00pm

STAGE: Rosemount Main Stage

TICKETS: $8 Entry At The Door

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Search And Distro help Azza (The Lungs, Genocidal, The Reptilians) and Blake (The Reptilians, Emu Xperts, Electric Toad) celebrate there exits from the womb with a night of Oi, Horror Punk, Surf Punk, Death Rock and Grind.

Featuring performances from Chainsaw Hookers, Bikini Cops, Yobmob, Emu Xperts and Craw Hammer

Come bask in the incestuous glory that is the Perth punk scene at it’s finest regardless of knowing those 2 scumbags or not.

Plenty of Vinyl and Zines on offer while you are there.

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FISHERMAN STYLE #110

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 2015

This month we have a Fisherman live session. Hitting the stage with quality reggae vibes Crucial Rockers featuring the wonderful Grace Barbe’, and tighter than tight drum and bass team Jammy Swirl and Hardy Perrine, this band rocks in the finest of styles.

Also joining us for the first time in a long time on the 1’s and 2’s is one of the veterans of the WA reggae scene, Dj Flex. 

And, not forgetting regulars Earthlink Sound with Sheriff Lindo, KritiCal and Faada Drummie it’s another ram jam session.

Doors 9pm | Entry $10

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THE BROW

AT AMPLIFIER BAR, PERTH

On the 7th of August, multi-award winning party-proliferators The Brow (formerly the Brow Horn Orchestra) launch their Monsters/That’s Life double-A-side at Amplifier Bar, Perth.

The dance-demanding, ska-infused hiphop/electronica outfit will be supported on the night by local rap powerhouse Coin Banks and indieelectronica super-duo ROKWELL & GROOM (Diger Rokwell and Felicity Groom).

Doors 8pm | Entry $11.55 | Tickets HERE

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sheezus…..there is just so much already going on every weekend in Perth and Fremantle music scene!!

If you want in the know about all the best music events and more every weekend, then ‘rascal recommends’getting on the mailing list of:

http://www.coolperthnights.com/

 

The Amendment by MANWEL T

Posted on 28th March 2015 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in dub/wise,music,reggae,release promo - Tags: , , , , , , , , ,
The intergalactic funky dread with an amendment!
Special dedication to Patrick & The Committee…
released 23 March 2015
Composed by Emanuel Tabone
Mixed and produced by MANWEL T

MANWEL T is a reggae music producer and remixer. Several Manwel T dub mixes haveappeared on the Dubkey net label and other record labels. In the summer of 2014 he started composing and producing his own tunes: heavy roots reggae and ska instrumentals plus dubs, with prominent horns…

Sgt Remo Releases Brand New Album

Posted on 15th October 2014 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in music,reggae,release promo - Tags: , ,

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Give Thanks for Life – Sgt. Remo

Jah Yutes Entertainment (JYE) releases Sgt Remo’s album Give Thanks for Life recorded at JYE studios. This album includes 13 brand new tracks featuring guest appearances by General Smiley, Mikey Wild, Don Goliath, and Jah Melik. The first Official Video from the album titled I’m Free was released on July 26. A second Official Video of the song Survival of the Fittest is scheduled to premiere on November, 2014. This album is the follow up to the highly successful EP Life is for Living which helped plant his name on the reggae music landscape. The album features production by long time Sgt Remo collaborator Pedro Hernandez from EA Productions (St. Petersburg, FL) and an array of producers from around the world. Sgt Remo is known for working with a diverse production team and this album is no exception with guest producers from Japan, Mexico, Spain, Chile, Peru, Jamaica, and the U.S.

“I’m Free” is a song about mental liberation and shedding the preconceived notions that often divides us as people, with Remo voicing the sentiment “Every man born free from bondage, every man born free from violence. Everyone wants to live their life well, so teach them good and don’t bad mind them.” The video for this single has received a strong response and continues to build an audience. One of the highlights of the album is the title track Give Thanks for Life urging the celebration of life’s blessings that are oftentimes taken for granted. Sgt Remo penned the song after experiencing his daughter’s battle with cancer which she triumphantly defeated. “Give thanks for life, give thanks for joy, give thanks for the opportunity to live my life.” He champions all women in this song acknowledging the hardships they experience as mothers, often being single parents. He states “give thanks for mama, set the rule and the order. Without a father, she is the mama and the dada.” The song was produced by Spain’s Rey JahB Estudio.

Other highlights in the album include the provocative Survival of the Fittest and Babylon is Burning. Survival of the Fittest is a highly energetic song voicing the frustrations of poor communities around the world rallying the people to “stand tall, all my warriors stand tall. Stand tall, make them know Jah we a call.” Another notable song is Make a Change, an inspirational collaboration featuring reggae dancehall pioneer General Smiley from the Michigan & Smiley duo. Smiley sings a captivating chorus while Sgt Remo delivers some rich vocals on this song about making a positive change in our lives. General Smiley is also featured inIt’s All Been Said. This roots reggae track was masterfully produced by Peru’s La Chakra Records. Remo gives praises to the elders reminding us about their extensive, but often forgotten, contributions singing “it’s all been said, it’s all been done. I man just here, trying to live like them.”

Sgt Remo teams up with Germany’s producer/artist Don Goliath and veteran Bermuda artist Mikey Wild on the roots step Call on Jah skirting the realms of electronic music.  Remo Rankin delivers a rapid delivery on the very danceable remake of the Ride Your Donkey riddim of the late 60’s, this one titled Donkey riddim produced by Mexico City’s TnT Music and Cuartito de a Jah. Sound System is a big up to the sound system culture which has been fundamental in Sgt Remo’s career. My Light and Salvation is a combination song with Japanese Rasta chanter Jah Melik. One Life to Live and Road of Corruption round off the album with some great instrumental versions produced by Josh Mundahl and Nigel Burrell (Firehouse Crew, Jamaica) and Mexico’s Dub Command respectively. Sgt Remo delivers some great vocals and lyrics on these two roots anthems.

All Radio, DJ’s, Press, and other Media wishing to receive a promotional copy of the album are highly encouraged to contact sgt.remo@gmail.com.

1   Give Thanks – Produced by Rey JahB Estudios (Barcelona, Spain)
2   Survival Of The Fittest – Produced by EA Productions (St. Petersburg, FL)
3   Call On Jah Feat. Don Goliath & Mikey Wild – Produced by Don Goliath (Berlin, Germany)
4   Babylon Is Burning – Produced by Bayou International Records (New Orleans, LA)
5   Make A Change Feat. General Smiley – Produced by EA Productions (St. Petersburg, FL)
6   Road Of Corruption – Produced by Dub Command (Mexico City, MX)
7   It’s All Been Said Feat. General Smiley – Produced by La Chakra Records (Lima, Peru)
8   I’m Free – Produced by DnL Producciones (Maipu, Chile)
9   My Light & Salvation Feat. Jah Melik – Produced by Jah Melik Music (Yamaguchi, Japan)
10 Rastafari Way – Produced by EA Productions (St. Petersburg, FL)
11 Remo Rankin – Produced by TnT Music & Cuartito De A Jah (Mexico City, MX)
12 Sound System – Produced by Yellowstone Sound (Jacksonville, FL)
13 One Life To Live – Produced by Nigel Burrell & Joshua Mundahl (Kingston, JA)

Available on iTunes & All Digital Retailers

CLICK HERE TO PREVIEW/BUY ALBUM:
Give Thanks for Life – Sgt. Remo

‘RASCAL RECOMMENDED’

[new release] Bombatronic LP – exclusive at junodownload

Release: Bombatronic
catalog#: LRRD17BOM01
format: LP – digital
label: Little Rascal Records
release date: 14-07-2014

Fresh and Exclusive [NEW RELEASE] at junodownload:


more info/links here

Get ready for full spectrum online digital release coming soon with complementry local launch party featuring Tom Bomba, other ‘little rascals’ and emerging artists!

BOMBATRONIC LP – PRE-RELEASE PREVIEW

Posted on 3rd July 2014 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in dub/wise,electronica,indie/alternative,lrrecords,music,release promo - Tags: , , , , , , ,

Checkout preview tracks selected from upcoming release, BOMBATRONIC by Tom Bomba on Little Rascal Records. >>>

BOMBATRONIC  – TOM BOMBA
Little Rascal Records is proud to announce the re-release of Bombatronic LP by Fremantle based artist Tom Bomba. Originally self released, sixteen track album Bombatronic presents an eclectic mix of tunes covering a wide variety of sounds and influences in genres; rock, folk, roots, reggae and electronic. Personal and conscious songs that have infectious grooves and vibes that uplift the listener or send you off to sonic wonderlands. The music is rich in emotion and layered in original analog and digital instrumentation and programming plus a subtle dose of sampling, crafted by song master, producer, audio activist and collaborator, Tom Bomba.

Release: Bombatronic

catalog#: LRRD17BOM01

format: LP – digital

label: Little Rascal Records

release date: 14-07-2014

BIG UPS TOM BOMBA!

Bass Culture 19 Feb. – Roots Reggae, New Produtions’ Bass Culture Reggae Radio Show

Posted on 20th February 2014 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in affiliates,download,labels,music,reggae - Tags: , , , , , , ,

“love our reggae radio podcasts from our friends at bass culture” – ‘rascal recommended’

 

Bass Culture 19 Feb. – Roots Reggae, New Produtions’ Bass Culture Reggae Radio Show.

Second and last issue in February from Studio One Radio Beacon. In the first part of the session where you are traveling beyond the Roots of the 70s and 80s, from Jamaica to Canada, New York City and of course UK.

After the overview of your biweekly schedule of concerts, meetings and calls, we completed the trip by country and more recent times. Two new releases from Sugar Shack Records Roots done to bring us here and now in Fortress Europe condemning immigrants on our shores.

Already in the Peninsula Madrid start from a pre-release of Back-A-Yard, and visited the prolific North from Girona, with Raggattack until Cantabrian with Crucial Ruler’s next and last single Crude Bilbao.

We heard the first Wednesday of March. And see, if you will, on the 4th Rebel Roots Dance!

 

 

BASS CULTURE REGGAE RADIO SHOW
Johnny Osbourne – Jah Jah Live Forever Ext (Iroko 12 “)
Struggle – Rainbow Country / Version (Archive)
Revolutionaies & Junior Delgado – Fort Augustus / Escape prisioners dub (Taxi 12 “)
Debbie Rivers – Jah Light Shining On Me (Main Line 12 “)
Jah Batta – Informer Ext (Wackies 12 “)
Barry Brown – Warmonger Ext (Flabba Sounds / Deeper Knowledge 12 “)
Steve Tulls – The Year 2000 / Dub (Headphone 12 “)
Dennis Brown – If This world Was Mine / Version (Tad’s 12 “)
Agenda Fortnightly
Black Symbol – Africa / Nothing for the Poor (Sugar Shack Records)
Talisman – Greetings and Dubutations / Oldwah’s Greetings and Salutations (Sugar Shack rds)
Leroy Brown – Crime is a Bussiness / Dub (Soul of Ambessa)
Prento – No Time / Version (Back-a-yard pre)
Mighty Pastak & Raggattack – We Need Music Reggae / Dub (Raggattack)
Crucials Sandeeno & Dub – Silent River / Cold Dub (Crucial Ruler Pre)
Bass Defender – Portuko Ranpi / Dub (Raw Bilbao)
Solo Banton – Can not Stop This / Dub (Dubkasm) Every Wednesday from 21:30 to 23:30 hrsBeacon Radio, 106.7FM Northern Zone Madrid http://www.radioalmenara.nethttp://www.bassculture.wordpress.com http://basscultureplayers.bandcamp.com

Also on:
Ràdio Bala radiobalamanresa.wordpress.com
Rasta Radio http://www.radiorasta.info
Somreggae Fm http://www.somreggaefm.com
Talawa Network http://www.Talawa.fr

Download it here / download it here

dubophonic/ I & I – Red Star Martyrs

Posted on 2nd October 2013 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in download,dub/wise,labels,music,reggae,release promo,Uncategorized - Tags: , , , ,

,,awesome dub coming from dubophonic net label, ‘rascal recommended’

 

Go to release and download here.

Blessed with a devotion to dub and roots culture and politicised by the inequalities that haunt a world of plenty, Red Star Martyrs have arrived as the latest incarnation of musician and producer Stanley Wood. As a member of cult Birmingham reggae outfit Route 81, Stanley learnt his trade as a guitarist and gigging musician before becoming part of guerrilla graffiti specialists and urban raconteurs Echo Base. Here he encountered for the first time the mystical world of the recording studio and within it, the wonders of the Roland Space Echo – a love affair was born.

 

The romance bloomed with the arrival of affordable technology, enabling those that dared to dream the chance to create their own Channel One studio. The logical outcome for Stanley was Shotgun Rockers. From producing original dubs for the Dub Nation sound system, Shotgun Rockers became recording artists for Zip Dog, Nubian and Tanty records at the moment when a new breed of dub was being formed, introducing the energy of European dance music to inspiration from the legends of the Jamaican dub.

 

Fast forward to the now and Red Star Martyrs exist as an open collective where roots and dub artists from all over the world are invited to contribute and collaborate, bringing a message of love, unity and political consciousness. Oh yeah, and to have fun too, because roots dub music is what makes us all smile, right?

 

The EP includes two tracks accompanied by the appropriate dubs for your personal recreation. “Insurrection” is a heavy stepper tune, followed by two exclusive mixes in one drop and breakbeat style. First appearance of Mrs Boo La La aka Bec Crispin on “Independence” spreading the rootical vibrations all the way.spreading the rootical vibrations all the way.

released 21 September 2013
Dubophonic aims to seek and provide you with exclusive releases of quality dub music, from artists who are dedicated and passionate about their work.

Vocal Samples, Don Goliath – Reggae & Dub Acapellas Vol.2, Ragga Vocal Loops, Dub Vox Sounds, Loopmasters

Posted on 14th January 2013 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in affiliates,producer,release promo,samples & loops - Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Vocal Samples, Don Goliath – Reggae & Dub Acapellas Vol.2, Ragga Vocal Loops, Dub Vox Sounds, Loopmasters.

Loopmasters are very proud to present Don Goliath’s Reggae and Dancehall Acapellas Vol2 – the second in the series of authentic Jamaican style vocals by true Reggae and Dancehall legends with full song vocal stems ready to remix and drop into your productions including intros, verses, choruses, backing vocals and harmonies plus a useful collection of ready chopped shouts and phrases.

 

 

 

Bass Culture Players strikes back with its last release “Temple Riddim”.

Posted on 24th November 2012 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in dub/wise,labels,music,reggae,release promo - Tags: , ,

FREE DOWNLOAD LINK: http://archive.org/download/BassCulturePlayers-TempleRiddim/LfmD10002BassCulturePlayersTempleRiddim.zip

This project, settled in Madrid, launches Dōjō, a new label for recovering and spreading roots, organic and digital Jamaican music.

This release has focused on digital roots from the 90´s and 2000´s, building a powerful riddim on a smashing bass line, featuring different artists.

According to Bass Culture Player´s ideological background, the album has been released under Creative Commons 3.0. license.

Keep your ears and eyes open, more music is coming…

Yeyo Pérez, Pequeño Zergiote, Cultural Horns, Bass Culture Players – Temple Riddim

Side A
Yeyo Pérez – Nos La Quieren Colar
Pequeño Zergiote – Ríe Ahora Llora Luego.

Side B
Cultural Horns – Occupy The Streets
Bass Culture Players – Dub The Streets

Mixed by Puppashan @ Discoinferno, Madrid.
Mastered by Oscar Pablos “Ojah” @ Rollover Studios, London, Uk.
Produced by Puppashan, Madrid 2012.http://bassculture.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=2038&action=edit

Under creative commons license 3.0. Spain

Contact:

Email:          basscultureplayers@gmail.com
Phone:         034 699 34 48 72
Website:      www.bassculture.tk
Bandcamp:   http://basscultureplayers.bandcamp.com