The Community Dubs

Posted on 31st October 2013 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in dub/wise,events,local,music - Tags: , , ,

dub treats – Perth.

The Community Fridays are ‘big upping’ all ‘tings’ dub down at The Velvet Lounge on the 1st of November with a dub inspired sound system party with Community selectors:

The Weapon is Sound (Sound System)
DJ Sibalance
Yarhkob (live)
TriplM.U.M. (DJ Set)

Roll up and get your airhorns ready for this celebration of the dubbiest of dubs

Hanabi Dub / Astronomy Dub 7″ by Beam Up

Posted on 5th October 2013 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in affiliates,dub/wise,music,reggae,release promo

Fine dubs here, pressed on environmentally friendly vinyl – ‘rascal recommended’

Listen and order vinyl or download here.

After Beam Up’s dubwise exploration LP, “Terra Sonica”, comes the first in a series of 7″ singles based on 70s roots reggae riddims. All tracks are constructed from the ground up in Beam Up’s Berlin-36 studio. There’s an organic feel from the tracks which were made with up to the time technology.

Astronomy Dub is a relaxed & elastic one drop meditation on a common dubwise theme – outer space and heavenly bodies. Featuring sonifications of astronomical phenomena and Beam Up’s muted horn playing.
(As long as there is you riddim)

Hanabi Dub combines Japanese fireworks, insects & kodo drumming with Terrence Bowry’s lyrics on living in Shanghai when the 2011 Tsunami hit Japan.
An excellent video for this track is here ->
(Throw me corn riddim)

Out July 2013 as a co production between Beaming Productions and One Drop berlin I (vinyl manufacturing from 100% renewable energy)
released 01 July 2013
Music: Brian May
Voice: Terrence Bowry

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
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