[event] Roller 17 – 3rd December

Posted on 23rd November 2016 by little rascal in dnb,events,local,must see must do - Tags: , , , , , ,

The ROLLER institution kicks off again!! FREE Perth DnB –

‘rascal recommends’ >>>

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[new release] LRRD24 – Jazzman – Crystallize EP

Posted on 6th July 2016 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in dnb,lrrecords,music,release promo - Tags: , , , ,



Debut EP from the talented Perth d and b producer Jazzman puts him firmly on

the d and b radar with two absolute liquid gems!

LABEL: Little Rascal Records

ARTIST: Jazzman

TITLE: Crystallize EP

GENRE: Drum & Bass / Liquid Funk


RELEASE DATE: 2016-06-28


Jazzman – Crystallize (Original Mix)

Jazzman – By Chance (Original Mix)


from Little Rascal Records (direct)

from Bandcamp

from Spotify


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.


‘rascal recommends’ Liondub International

Posted on 3rd August 2014 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in affiliates,dnb - Tags: , , ,

...some heavy drum n bass from Liondub International >> 'rascal recommended'

[net-radio] Inhibit & dnb-radio.com Present: InhibitCast //Every Wednesday

Posted on 22nd October 2011 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in dj set,dnb,dubstep,events - Tags: , ,


Inhibit & dnb-radio.com present


Inhibit & dnb-radio.com are coming together every Wednesday night to bring you a no holds barred bass assault of the best and freshest upfront Drum & Bass and Dubstep!

Featuring the finest DJs & producers Perth has on offer plus the hottest up n coming local talent, be sure to tune in weekly and stay in the loop of the latest & local tunes, news, competitions and of course live mixing!!!

Hosted by the Inhibit Crew on rotation with regular guest appearances from Perth’s finest, InhibitCast is delivered direct to you live for 2 hours every Wednesday from 8pm-10pm AWST.

Get ready Perth coz we just hi-jacked your air waves!!!

Tune in Via: www.dnb-radio.com

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BHK NI Massive – Dubstep And Drum’n’Bass

Posted on 8th September 2011 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in affiliates,dnb,dubstep,labels,producer - Tags: , , , , ,

BHK NI Massive – Dubstep And Drum\’n\’Bass

BHK Samples and Industrial Strength presents over 100 original sounding Massive patches for Dubstep and DrumnBass.

These ruff and ready BHK patches give you the power to create phat sounds in NI’s Massive Vst. All the sounds are set up so you can add your own mod rate and set up the sounds with just a few tweaks.

The patches are raw and geared for the pro user who needs highly flexible sounds on the fly and perfect for a beginner who needs the most usable sounds to make any Dubstep or DnB track sound like the pro’s.

All sounds were programmed without using much processing or effects, so you can modify these rocking sounds easily and to your taste.

BHK’s Massive contains no filler patches just upfront banging Dubstep and DnB sounds with real underground attitude. If you liked BHK SE3 Dubstep get ready, these patches are going to be your go to sound source for NI’s Massive VST.

This pack contains 65 various heavy wobble sounds, 40 various gnarly DnB reese bass patches and 10 really nasty talking bass sounds.

We also included 24 Bit audio versions in Wav and Aiff. If you don’t own massive or if your cpu is loaded to the max, you can tweak the audio one shots in any sampler or Daw you wish.

These patches will definitely enrich your sound library and bring your tunes to a new level. This pack works great with any BHK sample pack as well as ISR’s Climb and Sweep.

If you purchased any of the BHK collection then you know these patches are going to be a must have for any serious Dubstep or DnB production hands down.

If you’re into Dubstep, DnB, Neurofunk, Techstep, Jump Up, Drumstep, Breakcore, Tearout, Fidget and Grime then BHK’s latest offering will be a essential tool to have in your collection of sounds and patches.

Tech Specs:

  • 24 bit quality
  • 250 Mb


  • 40 Reece Wav and aif Audio files
  • 10 talking Bass Wav and aif Audio files
  • 65 Wobble Synth Wav and aif Audio files
  • 43 Reece Massive Patches
  • 10 Talking Bass Massive Patches
  • 65 Wobble Massive Patches

Please note: The drums contained within this Demo are not included in this sample pack and are for demonstration perposes only.

You will need the latest version of Native Instruments Massive to use the patches within this sample pack!!



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BAOBINGA & CO / VARIOUS – Joint Ventures

Posted on 4th September 2011 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in dnb,electronica,labels,music - Tags: , , , , , ,

First,  there’s a new release on the Bass Music label, under I.D.’s deeper alter-ego Setspeed.  It’s called ‘Komu’ and has been getting great reactions from the likes of 2562 and Dark Sky, and you can even buy the remix stems too.  Check out the label page at http://label.bassmusicblog.com to preview and buy (or you can use any of the usual shops).

Then there’s a new I.D. release out – it’s a remix of Lithuanian producer Emery, and it’s a heavy, 140bpm roller – prime dancefloor ammo.  Out now – check it out here: http://www.junodownload.com/products/wherever-you-are/1812774-02/?ref=bmb

Next, there’s the small matter of Baobinga’s album.  Titled ‘Joint Ventures’, it came out last month and is a series of collaborations featuring the likes of Ginz, Guido, XXXY, Kowton and loads more.  It’s had superb reviews, and you can buy it from the link below.  There’s even a free track to go with it – enter your details into the widget on this blog post:  http://bassmusicblog.com/free-baobinga-randomer-track-direct-album-pur

Since arriving in Bristol a couple of years back, Hull-born occasional Manc Sam Baobinga has been on a musical voyage of discovery. Joint Ventures – a collaborative album featuring contributions from leading West Country knob-twiddlers (Ginz, Hyetal, Guido, regular sparring partner ID), up-and-coming stars (Kowton, Gemmy) and pals from further afield (XXXY, Geiom) – charts that journey. Considering the all-star cast and musically eclectic nature of the project (slow house, future garage, wonky, post-dubstep, glistening electronica, even skittering drum and bass), Joint Ventures could have been a mess. Yet it holds together exceptionally well, coming on like a kaleidoscopic sprint through contemporary bass music’s many varied strands.

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