Posted on 2nd April 2016 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in dnb,lrrecords,music,release promo - Tags: , , , ,



SUB-MARINER – Lets Get Heavy – [LRRD20]

This one is heavy d&b/neurofunk folks – not for the faint hearted.



Posted on 28th February 2016 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in dnb,lrrecords,music,release promo - Tags: , ,


Emerging artist PM makes his mark with a debut single release on Little Rascal Records. Showing a wholesome hint of what’s to come from this producer hitting the scene,. Hieroglyph is a pacey roller with maximum bass and breakdowns n drops. From the sounds weaved into the fabric of the track, they remind us of the great builders of the Ancient Pyramids and their knowledge of others from other worlds revealed in their hieroglyphics.


[exclusive at junodownload for 1 ‘day out of time’  – 02.29.2016 – Hanub Ku 0.0]releases March 01,  2016

Little Rascal
Listen/buy on Juno Download


Posted on 21st December 2015 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in dj set,dnb,dub/wise,dubstep,electronica,glitch bitches,music,rascal recommended,soundcloud - Tags: , , ,

..A special selection, from one of our fav Aussie EDM acts…
‘rascal recommended’

[event] ROLLER#16

Posted on 30th November 2015 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in dnb,events,local,must see must do - Tags: , , , ,

Perth dnb fans can’t pass up this FREE and well wikid event!!! >>> ‘rascal recommended’

Various Artists – Breakstorm

Posted on 26th November 2015 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in dnb,download,rascal recommended - Tags: , , , , ,

Been a while between posts, time to share some more good music coming by our way!! (keep bringn it’}

….keepn it real with some wikid breakcore here folks :-

‘rascal recommended’

Breakstorm is a free online breakcore compilation filled with 5 brain-bending breakcore tracks! Download/play this release now!

  1. M1dlet – Murdah Ah Man
  2. Breakforce One – Calling A Song Untitled Because You Can’t Come Up With Anything
  3. Nebulist – Nightbreed
  4. Rott In Pieces – Art & Science
  5. z999 – Own Style (Roy Witlox Remix)


‘little rascal’ loves RTR FM92.1 – a community powered independent radio station covering the full spectrum of all music – can’t get better than that…. If you also appreciate good music, independent media and community radio – then support RTR FM this RADIOTHON,  and subscribe/donate, share and attend.

Radiothon Party 2015

Saturday 15th August 2015

Time: 8pm-Late

Venue: The Bird, Connections Nightclub, Jimmy’s Den, Lounge (State Theatre Centre of WA) & Studio Underground Foyer

Get Tickets

RTRFM’s annual Radiothon Party returns on Saturday, 15 August from 8pm ‘til late, with a huge showcase of 23 local acts across five Northbridge venues!

Sprawling across The Bird, Connections Nightclub, Jimmy’s Den, and the Lounge and Studio Underground foyer at the State Theatre Centre of Western Australia, RTRFM’s Radiothon Party celebrates Western Australian talent, with a variety of acts and DJs covering all genres and styles.

Live and breathe rock ‘n’ roll? Head to Jimmy’s Den for a stellar line-up of hard rock heavyweights, including The Love Junkies, Pat Chow, Puck, Scalphunter and Surf Rabbits.

For explorations in psych, garage and jangle-rock, The Bird is the word, with live music from Mugwump, Rat Columns, The Spunloves, Verge Collection and DJ Tanya Bunter (Drivetime).

Bask in the golden glow of the State Theatre Centre of Western Australia’s expansive Studio Underground foyer for a special Radiothon edition of local talk show Magnolia’s Late Night Live, hosted Tristan Fidler and Matt Aitken.

Magnolia’s will be followed by live sets from alt-folk singer-songwriter Heathcote Blue, with The Leap Year, Red Jezebel and The Kill Devil Hills bringing the noise until well past midnight. RTRFM’s Homegrown DJs will close out the night, spinning nothin’ but the freshest domestic produce ‘til late.

Punters seeking carefree dance party vibes should make a beeline for Connections Nightclub, where they’ll enjoy the feel-good dance floor selections of Andrew Sinclair versus Rok Riley, Splash Bros., bedazzled beatmaker Catlips and The Monarchy DJs.

Or pop into the Lounge on William Street to chill and/or boogie to the sounds of Woodstock Rock DJs, Golden Apples DJs and {MOVE} DJs on the decks ‘til 2am.

Radiothon Party kicks off the first weekend of Radiothon, RTRFM’s annual 10-day fundraising drive that encourages listeners to dig deep and support the station they love by subscribing or donating.

Tickets available via rtrfm.com.au, Ticketbooth and Eventopia.

WHAT: Radiothon Party 2015
WHEN: Saturday, 15 August, 8pm-late
WHERE: The Bird, Connections Nightclub, Jimmy’s Den, Lounge (State Theatre Centre of WA) and Studio Underground Foyer
TICKETS: Presales $20 general public, $15 RTRFM subscribers* via rtrfm.com.au, Ticketbooth and Eventopia. Door sales (limited): $25 general public, $20 RTRFM subscribers* from 8pm on the night. *Gold/Platinum subscribers receive free entry upon presentation of their subscriber card.
Licensed (18+) event, valid photo ID required. 

|LRRecords Latest Release| Atomic Spectre – Jilted Hoodz

Posted on 20th July 2015 by LittleKristinaRascal in dnb,dubstep,electronica,music,release promo - Tags: , , , , ,




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01 – Atomic Spectre (Future Jungle) – 6:16
02 – Atomic Spectre (Dub) – 4:34

catalog # LRRD18

release date: 16/11/2014



Description: Get down with Australian producing duo Jilted Hoodz as they drop their second EP release titled ‘Atomic Spectre’ with Little Rascal Records, who open a portal to these bottom heavy sounds from the Intergalactic*Underground. Enter into a spacey bass matrix of original Future Jungle, accompanied by a Dubstep interpretation of the Atomic Spectre track, flipping the switch on the B-Side.
Jilted Hoodz warp the wave forms with uniquely twisted fat track-matter. Witness the sickness as these underground sounds rise to the digital surface. Multidimensional beats are plucked from the cosmos, falling like raindrops on Bass crops. The Jilted Hoodz signature ‘feel good darkness’ and glitched-out, fat and chunky sounds, are characterised by bottom heavy combinations of obese futuristic beats, and beasty bass articulations. These elements are often contrasted by hauntingly beautiful melodics, and experimental textures. Get back to Bass-sick instincts with this Future Jungle/ Dubstep EP ‘Atomic Spectre’ produced by local producers and beat n bass agents –Jilted Hoodz.




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Little Kristina Rascal

‘rascal recommends’ at junodownload

Posted on 20th March 2015 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in affiliates,dnb,dub/wise,electronica,music,rascal recommended,release promo - Tags: , ,

…time to share some more bangers >>>

NEW YORK TRANSIT AUTHORITY - Brooklyn Underground (Front Cover)
LOB 010D
4 March, 2015

Velvet tech from one of the most respected and saluted Lobster Boys on the block, NYTA lets rip with four shades of gully grey… “Brooklyn Underground” is a body popping homage with the formative electro sounds while “Dinner & Corsica” takes us right back to the acid-house warehouse-melting source. Dig deeper for a hip-teasing percussive house number “Make It Happen” and deeper again for the stunning two-step soul smoulderer “Watching” that sits somewhere between Burial and MJ Cole. Breath-taking.

BOK BOK - Southside (remixes) (Front Cover)

After the success of the original Southside EP last year, Bok Bok has called upon his mates to rework some of the lead cuts with results that stretch across the board. Sir Spyro has some filthy bass at the forefront of his playful reworking of “Silo Pass”, while the horns get teased in the appropriate places to great effect. Vjuan Allure instead focuses on dry beats working around a UK Funky template, with only scattered effects left to fill in the gaps. Bok Bok’s own remix of “Charisma Theme” piles the tension on high with dread strings and a snappy dispersal of percussion. L-Vis 1990 gets jacking with his take on “Reminder”, leaving it to Helix to delve into a funky techno rut to conquer “Look”



oh shizza!!! check out these! >>

SERUM - Tokyo (Front Cover)
LDDR 041
13 March, 2015
Name a label who hasn’t succeumbed to Serum’s charms. You can’t, can you? Infecting the world with a special blend of charged-up basslines and hardline percussion, he manages to hit the perfect mid-way point between old fashioned skanking and on-point production values. Careful not to overcook the method, he leaves enough rough with the smooth to give off that uniquely raw dancefloor-ready sound. Each track on this EP jabs and ducks ready for a fight but its “Death Wish” that really steals the show with its dark ‘n’ filthy bass and creeped-out B-movie atmos. Get ready to get freaky


MUNGOS HI FI - Serious Time Remixes Volume 2 (Front Cover)
13 March, 2015
Glasgow crew Mungos get the all-direction remix treatment for the second version compendium of the year. All flavours of dancehall and soundsystem material covered as the likes of FleCK, Chopstick, Run Tingz Cru and the mighty Vadim stick their sonic oar in and get busy. Highlights include the crystalline skank shimmers of Aquarius’s take on “Jah Say Love”, the militant snare rolls and punching kicks of Vadim’s take on “Thousand Style”. Those thirsty for jungle juice should jump on Chopstick’s rattling ragga slammer “Nice It Up” and Run Tingz Cru’s cheeky, burping bass jump up jam. Get serious.



WAR MACHINE - Limitless (Front Cover)
16 March, 2015
Billed as a new breed of genre-bending producer, War Machine has taken to deep, intricate production like it was built into his DNA. Picked up recently by Med School for his very different stylistic approach and now being given the platform to release his full length LP on Serial Killaz, he’s breaking new ground in a scene that’s rapidly outgrowing its old expectations. Exciting, fresh and above all deadly, it’s a culmination of a lifetime of hard work, gathered influences and a calm consideration of how to perfectly execute a good bassline. Check last track “Dem Bars” for some on point vocals too from new voice Talabun. Time to get excited about drum and bass again.



get em in ya!

‘little rascal’




Posted on 9th December 2014 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in dnb,events,local - Tags: , , , , , ,

So…. It`s our last gig for the year , and what a large year its been 6210 , so we thought we would go out on a massive tip: DRUM & BASS VS TRAP SHOWDOWN : INTERNATIONAL EDITION 

Online Tix : https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/dnb-vs-trap-international-edition-ft-high-maintenance-killafoe-tickets-14253924873

Featuring :
Local Support:
12 December 10 pm – Late
$25 Presale // More on the Door
Drink specials
Such Party

High Maintenance : https://soundcloud.com/highmaintenancednb
2011 was a breakthrough year for High Maintenance. As well as releasing his debut single on Audioporn Records, ‘With You /Nowhere’. High Maintenance’s reputation as a DJ also came to the forefront with blazing sets on stage at Beatpatrol, D&BTV, Panda Drum & Bass YouTube, and Annie Nightingale’s BBC Radio 1 Show.

Forbidding the momentum to slow, High Maintenance made his mark on 2012 with the release of his ‘Never Enough’ EP on AudioPorn Records. The official music video for the titular track, ‘Never Enough’ was uploaded to UKF Drum & Bass and went on to receive hundreds of thousands of views.

High Maintenance isn’t one to be confined by genre and firmly cemented his status as a talented producer at the top of his game yet again in 2013 with the release of his highly anticipated 5 track ‘Watching Me EP’. Combining soulful liquid sensibilities with dance-floor-damaging energy, this EP proved yet again High Maintenance’s effortless ability to take on any tempo from drum and bass to drumstep and dubstep. The titular track was a collaboration between High Maintenance and fellow AudioPorn Records alumni, Mediks. ‘Watching Me Ft. Georgina Upton’ was favourited by BBC Radio 1 DJs and playlisted by BBC 1Xtra.

Keep your eyes peeled for this talented producer as he continues to rise to the top of the electronic music scene in 2014!

Killafoe : https://soundcloud.com/killafoe
For Perth inherited Evan Scott- the skateboarder behind the profile of Killafoe- music has pumped its concentrate through his bloodstream since the early days. Brewing a musical monster from his early punk and funk days, it’s his present profile that has conjured up the rudest sounding trap, dubstep and drum and bass hues to hit your speakers.
Taking over Australia with his heavy sounds, the deadly enemy thud reaches avid bass enthusiasts far and wide with tunes out on Play Me 2, Hollow Point, Hypnosis and JD4D Records. In 2011 the Beatport dubstep charts witnessed the EP ‘Street Credit’ from Evan bruise the ladder bringing his artistry to the forefront. The recent track ‘Alone’ with Kira Annelies out on JD4D Records is set to blow an underground explosion with heavy remixes from Fytch, Phrenik, 1UP, J.Nitrous- a regular collaborator on Killafoe studio antics.

On the remix tip, Evan has seized the studio with officials for SPL & Babylon System for ‘Gangster’ out on Hollow Point Records, while the bass line has rumbled on the official duty for ‘Overtime’ for Packer & Rhodes featuring Thavy on Interphase Recordings. Its no surprise 2012 saw Killafoe take the stage for the Perth Dance Music Awards sweeping up the deserved award for Best Producer.

Closing the studio door and stomping inside the DJ booth, he has taken to the likes of Stereosonic, Creamfields, Parklife and some of Perth’s biggest Inhibit Entertainment events to hit the west coast. Pulverizing a wicked spot on the Ministry of Sound – Sound of Dubstep tour with Borgore, lifted the Killafoe tune and took it to the right places. On the bass summit, the bass lining genius has shared the speakers with some of the industry’s most intense tune droppers from Datsik to Bro Safari, to Excision, Nero and delta Heavy.

With a roaring energy be it in the studio or in front of dripping crowd, Killafoe is sending tremors from miles away.

DNB in MANDURAH CITY – AWESOME! – ‘rascal recommended’

BLADERUNNER Dub Dread 5 Artist Series Vol 1

Posted on 8th December 2014 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in affiliates,dnb,music,release promo - Tags: , , , ,

This one coming ‘rascal recommended’ >>>

BLADERUNNER - Dub Dread 5 Artist Series Vol 1 (Front Cover)