[EVENT] Beyond Bass – Winter Onesie Charity Rave – Tomorrow night!

Posted on 24th August 2017 by LittleKristinaRascal in dnb,events,local - Tags: , , , , ,

beyond bass

Looking for something to do tomorrow night? Why not get down to Badlands Bar and support an amazing cause! Rustle up your favourite onesie and get ready for some awesome Drum and Bass. All proceeds from the night will be going to ‘Street Friends’ a local, West Australian volunteer group committed to helping make life a little more comfortable for the homeless of Perth.

Tunes will be provided by Gorilla Tactics MusicYATTAMANMATTY DPSYKNODUS. ImpulsvMC SterlingB-RegalSamantics and APEX.

WHAT: BEYOND BASS PRESENTS – WINTER WONDER CHARITY RAVE

WHEN: FRIDAY 25th AUGUST 2017 8pm-2am
WHERE: BADLANDS BAR, 1 ABERDEEN ST, PERTH
WHERE TO BUY TICKETS: $10 ONLINE TICKETS available here
(More on the door)

We’d love to see our Little Rascal family there supporting such an amazing cause!

LittleKristinaRascal :)

[EVENT] Radiothon Party 2017: Share The Love

Posted on 12th August 2017 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in events,local,music,music news/stuff,must see must do,Uncategorized - Tags: , , , ,

RTRFM TAKES OVER NORTHBRIDGE FOR THE RADIOTHON PARTY ON AUGUST 12

RTRFM’s yearly Radiothon Party shares the love in Northbridge Saturday August 12.

In celebration of RTRFM’s annual subscriber drive Radiothon, we’re throwing a killer party featuring 20 acts spreada cross four venues: The Bird, Ezra Pound, the State Theatre Centre Foyer & Studio Underground and Tetsuo.

Playing Times

The Bird
8:20 – 8:50: Kopano
9:10 – 9:40: Original Past Life
10:00 – 10:40: Ryan Beno
11:00 – 11:45: Grievous Bodily Calm

Studio Underground 
8:00 – 8:40: Teen Angst
9:00 – 9:40: Last/ Tuneless
10:00 – 10:40: Cold Meat
11:00 – 11:40: Boat Show
12:00 – 12:40: Puck

Studio Underground
8:00 – 9:30: 
Get Morning DJs
9:30 – 11:00: Midnight Specials DJ
11:00 – 12:30: The Rounds DJs

Ezra Pound
7:00 – 8:00: Kolinga
8:00 – 9:00: Captain Oshi
9:00 – 10:00: Nicole Filev
10:00 – 10:30: Reef Prince
10:30 – 12:00: Jooshi Mango

Tetsuo (Main Room)
11:00 – 12:00: Lia T
12:00 – 1:00: Basic Mind
1:00 – 3:00: Garbage
3:00 – 5:00: Polyrhythmic DJs

Tetsuo (Boiler Room)
11:00 – 1:00: Weaponess v Dynamics
1:00 – 3:00: Oh Gosh DJs

 

WHAT: Radiothon Party 2017
WHEN: Saturday, 12 August, 7pm- very late
WHERE: The Bird, Ezra Pound, State Theatre Foyer, Studio Underground & Tetsuo
PRESALES: $20 general public, $15 RTRFM subscribers* via rtrfm.com.au
Free entry for Gold & Platinum RTRFM subscribers.

 

Time: 7pm – late
Venue: State Theatre Centre – Underground & Foyer, The Bird, Ezra Pound & Tetsuo

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‘RASCAL RECOMMENDS’

Radiothon 2016 – RTRFM 92.1

Our favorite local community radio station is having its annual ‘Radiothon’.

The ‘littlerascal’ absolutely loves this station and listens everyday for the great diversity of music (new and old), independent news, community topics, local music, arts & culture and more – presented across a bunch of awesome shows!

Radiothon is RTRFM’s annual 10-day fundraising drive. RTRFM relies on the financial contributions of its listeners to survive, and revenue raised during Radiothon makes up 30% of our annual operating income. The continued support of listeners during Radiothon ensures that RTRFM can continue to deliver unique programs and events, and remain a high-quality alternative to mainstream media in Perth. It is your station as much as it is ours.

During Radiothon you can join us:

  • At the Radiothon Party, which takes place across five venues in Northbridge on Saturday, 13 August;
  • In the RTRFM office by volunteering your time in our phone room; and
  • On air at 92.1FM and online at rtrfm.com.au, 24 hours a day.

Dig Deep and show RTRFM your support during Radiothon 2016 by subscribing or donating. You’ll be investing in a broadcast voice for independent artists and thinkers and contributing to your community in the most positive way.

 

RTR FM 92.1 – RADIOTHON

Posted on 17th August 2015 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in events,local,music,music news/stuff,must see must do - Tags: , , ,

“I love this radio station so much; it’s a religious part of my life to tune in regularly to a diverse music station, covering the full spectrum of music, supporting local music, community and an alternative to mainstream media” – little rascal

..GOLD subscription for me this year!!

  • RTRFM is an entirely self-funded community radio station. Our annual subscriber drive is the station’s main source of income.

    By subscribing during Radiothon you can help to ensure that RTRFM can continue to deliver unique programs and events, and remain a high-quality alternative to mainstream radio in Perth.

    This can only happen with your support, so 

    MAJOR PRIZES

    All subscribers during Radiothon automatically go into the draw to win some incredible prizes! Major and category prizewinners will be drawn after pledge payments close on Saturday, 10 October 2015.

      

 

COCKATOOS IN CRISIS

First post for year is one of critical importance to all upon Earth whom wish to make it a beautiful place for all creatures, and those whom understand the many benefits in keeping our remaining forests standing….

SHOW YOUR SUPPORT AND UNITY IN STOPPING THE EARTH FUCKERS!

>>>

You can make a difference. There are various ways. Come to camp, get involved at home, or take action online for the cockatoos.
http://www.savehelmsforest.org/

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Get Involved in the War for a better Humanity!

Where We Stand

The Earth is dying. No — the Earth is being killed. We are losing cultural and biological diversity at rates unheard of in the history of our species, and despite all our efforts, these rates are only accelerating.

From global warming to genocide, the crises that confront us are not accidental — as if politicians and business leaders were somehow independently deciding to murder union organizers, pollute the seas or strip the land. Rather, these atrocities flow from a global economic system that requires them to maintain its functioning.

The Earth is being murdered by a global system that tortures and murders every human or nonhuman that it cannot dominate. This system kills hundreds of thousands of civilians a year in wars for oil and water. It tortures millions of nonhuman animals a year in laboratories and factory farms. It destroys indigenous communities, dispossesses small farmers, enslaves workers in fields and factories, and poisons every living thing with chemicals and radiation.

War has been declared, and we are all losing. These are not opinions. These are well-known, well-documented truths. The question is, what are we going to do about it?

What is Root Force?

Root Force is a strategic campaign designed to exploit weak points in the global economy and hasten the system’s collapse.

Root Force:

1. Promotes anti-infrastructure analysis and action, based on the recognition that infrastructure expansion is a weak point of the system. Because the US economy is particularly dependent on the resources of Latin America, Root Force emphasizes opposing the infrastructure that provides access to those resources.

2. Provides resources to anyone fighting infrastructure.

3. Makes it easy for people to plug in to anti-infrastructure organizing, even if there is no current anti-infrastructure campaign nearby.

4. Facilitates connections and information sharing between groups and campaigns that are working against infrastructure.

To learn more about Root Force, follow the links to the right.

Want to skip the theory and go straight to the action? Get involved!

Join the Uprising!

With your participation, the Root Force campaign can be a potent tool to help bring this system down. But it needs you. The whole planet needs you.

It’s time for all of us to make sure that “solidarity” and “revolution” are more than just empty words. It’s time to renounce a First-World privilege founded on genocide and extinction.

It’s time to bring it all down.

 

 

 

WAM’s Guide To State Of The Art Festival

Posted on 31st May 2014 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in events,local,music,music news/stuff,must see must do - Tags: , , , , , ,

WAM’s Guide To State Of The Art Festival.

 

SOTA Festival

READY, SET, GO!
With tickets to State Of Art Festival selling like hot cakes we thought we’d  give you a reminder that, aside from the fact there’s over 80 acts playing tomorrow, there are many more reasons to be getting a tad excited about #SOTAFest.

TICKETS ARE CHEAP, BUT HURRY…

A friendly reminder to get your tickets online for $35 +BF before 7AM tomorrw before you have to pay $45 (cash or credit card) on the door, and that’s if there’s any left at all… One ticket provides access to the three main ticketed stage areas; The Urban Orchard, Museum Courtyard and the State Theatre Courtyard. No wristband no entry, though you’re free to roam in and out all day!

 

SOTA Poster

 

CELEBRATE WA MUSIC! – ‘RASCAL RECOMMENDED’

Subscribe to community radio RTR FM

Posted on 18th May 2014 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in local,lrrecords,music,music news/stuff,web - Tags: , , , , , , ,

Breaking – community stations at risk

Posted on 6th May 2014 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in music,music news/stuff,must see must do,national - Tags: , , , ,

Our community radio stations are at serious risk.

The Commission of Audit last week recommended that funding for the Community Broadcasting Program be scrapped.

The Government is set to hand down its Federal Budget on Tuesday. If the Government adopts the Commission of Audit’s recommendation in the budget, we could see community radio stations across the country forced off air.

Will you help protect our community radio stations by emailing the Treasurer now?

We have less than five days to ensure cuts to community radio stations don’t end up in the budget.

Take a minute right now to email the Treasurer Joe Hockey and tell him that our community radio stations are too important to be put on the scrap heap.

We know that community radio is an integral part of the Australian broadcasting landscape. Community radio provides vital content for so many different communities, especially Indigenous, ethnic, seniors, youth, the vision impaired, religious, and the arts communities.

We can’t afford to lose any of the stations who provide local content that commercial and public broadcasters can’t or won’t cater for.

Help protect our community radio stations by clicking here to email the Treasurer.

Thanks for your support,

Adrian Basso,

President, Community Broadcasting Association of Australia
and the Commit to Community Radio team
www.committocommunityradio.org.au