‘rascal recommends’ on junodownload.

Posted on 10th June 2014 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in dub/wise,dubstep,music,reggae - Tags: , , , , ,

Some fresh ‘rascal recommendations’ from junodownload for your musical desires !


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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’

Promoting reviews and music bargains at affiliate partner JUNO:

Posted on 22nd August 2013 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in affiliates,download - Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , ,

The Summer Sale is here with up to 90% off over records and CDs. Also featured this week are digital Sample Packs and an in-depth review of the 10 Best Decks and Controllers by our pros at Juno Plus.

If your looking into buying DJ Products this time of year, please support LRRecords by buying from JUNO.

Or if your looking to buy more music as hardcopy vinyl and cds:

The 11th Totally Huge New Music Festival

Posted on 14th August 2013 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in ambient/noise/drone,electronica,events,local,music - Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

‘some great music events/festivals going on in Perth this winter’

The 11th Totally Huge New Music Festival.

An exciting landscape of new music and sound art practice from around the world, Australia and WA. Ten days of concerts, installations, radio projects, workshops and conference

 

 

Tura New Music’s flagship project The 11th Totally Huge New Music Festival presents an exciting landscape of new music and sound art practice from around the world, Australia and WA. This kaleidoscope of expression via the medium of sound will take audiences on a unique and captivating journey – one that is expansive, ear opening and enriching. This year’s Festival, run in parallel with the 2013 International Computer Music Conference, focuses on new technologies and new ways to explore old technologies. With its hub in the Perth Cultural Centre and its second weekend celebrating Fremantle’s connection with the ocean, Totally Huge brings a uniquely Western Australian flavour to an international gathering. We wholeheartedly thank all our partners and congratulate all the artists for their commitment and energy. On their behalf we invite you to seize this rare opportunity and dive into a captivating ocean of sound.

LRRecords introduces audiorokit.co.uk

Posted on 3rd April 2013 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in affiliates,music news/stuff - Tags: , , , , ,

 

What Is Audio Rokit?

The aim of Audio Rokit is simple, to save musicians time and hassle when sending their material to music companies. We make sure our members know about the latest music industry opportunities which can be browsed here. We go a lot further than this though. Not only do we list the hottest new music opportunities but we also make the process of submitting music very easy with our in-built song submission system.

First ‘rascal recommends’ for 2013

Posted on 7th January 2013 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in affiliates,dub/wise,dubstep,music - Tags: , , , , ,

check out these phat new releases to kick off 2013!- ‘rascal recommended”

SATISFACTION by BENNY BENASI presents THE BIZ:


BROKEN BEATS by HORACE ANDY


THE HERB ON DUB by THE HERB


Sustainable Agriculture Research Institute

Posted on 24th December 2012 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in must see must do,Uncategorized - Tags: , , , ,
I have been living and working (WWOOFing) at this fantastic farm: ‘little rascal’ :
About SARI

Sustainable Agriculture Research Institute

SARI is a small, non-government, non-profit organisation dedicated to working toward sustainable human existence. (Established in 1982).
We are based on a 30 hectare property south of Nannup in the south-west of Western Australia.

One of our projects is establishing a gene-pool of useful species relevant to our climatic conditions. We are having successes with plants from the Mediterranean regions, the temperate regions and the highland tropics.

As a part of that process we began accumulating information on useful plants. We have now published several books on useful plants and are working on others.

We teach Permaculture courses here and away.

LRRecords Studio – pics up! Studio Open!

 LRR studio

from ‘littlerascal':

Righto Folks – here it is…! – some pics of the ‘little rascal’ studio..Its a humble affair, but it sure works well! Link to our flickr gallery to view pictures of the build progress..

note: As you can see in the pics, I have yet to give the studio a pro paint job..Besides this and installing permanent lighting this week (temporarily using lamps), and some skirting boards – every thing is done.. I figured” Lets just set up the gear and make some noise!! its the last quarter of 2012!! I don’t need the paint job and the skirting boards done to make good music, they can wait. I do plan to install an adjustable (use when needed) vocal booth soon…

So its time to get into making and releasing some music..from the ‘littlerascal’, other artists on LRRecords and more! …stay tuned.

Will also get round to updating a studio page at www.lrrecords.com.au .

BASIC SUMMARY: Built into the inside of  a typical Aussie Colorbond back-yard shed , the LRRecords studio is a one room, large control room type setup which includes a PA, dj table setup, drum machines and samplers, electronic drums, pro soffit mounted monitor speakers, pro vocal microphones and bass rig. We utilise both digital and analog recording gear, software,  hardware and FX. For detailed list of gear go here and to contact us regarding studio bookings and biz: http://www.lrrecords.com.au/LRR_Services.html

BIG UPS:

Thankyou to my beautiful family, Casey, Ruby and pets for supporting & putting up with me – planning, building and now playing in the ‘littlerascal’ studio, trying best to be living my dream as well as trying my best to be a good daddy, carer and partner! Thankyou T.Froggy & G.Froggy for being supportive, tolerant and loving to me and the studio and for the back shed to convert into a music recording studio !! Thankyou to our nieghbour and official ‘tradie’ GROGGY for helping with building the main building and the lend of a few crucial tools! Thanks dad for some advice and much needed trailer,  timber and excellent 16mm gyprock wall sheets. Thanks to all those that also donated other bits of material, equipment and tools to help build this studio. A special  BIG UPS to sista-in-beats Skahna for some excellent studio donations and for living the dream in Melbs. Thankyou to all other studio builders using the internet to share valuable experience, information, resources and pictures, especially those at John Sayers’ Recording Studio Design Forum. Thanks google sketchup software for helping me design and dream and plan the studio (for prob a little too long). Thanks Quokka Classifieds Newspaper for providing the adverts to the bargains I found almost every thursday for a whole summer of material collecting. Thankyou to all those in the future whom will use, visit and enjoy the studio and those whom will promote it..Thanks to those friends, family and fans that have been following this project with interest – Thanks to all those that have faith in the ‘little rascal’.

LRRecords Studio – COMING SOON!!

Pictures of the new studio coming soon!! Will post links to them a.s.a.p.
Fresh tunes from ‘little rascal’ Spiral Soundsystem, Jerry Mane, DJ BlitZ, Dub Rascals Volume 3 and more coming soon!!

‘little rascal’ – Brett Caporn

Dusty Fungus – Intonarumori EP (Available @ Addictech August 6th)

Posted on 25th July 2012 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in dubstep,electronica,glitch bitches,labels,release promo,soundcloud - Tags: , , , , ,

quirky atmospheric crazy – ass producer DUSTY FUNGUS dropping a EP forthcoming with SIXBUX Productions… – ‘rascal recommended’

Dusty Fungus – Intonarumori EP (Available @ Addictech August 6th) by SixBux Productions

In the noise-driven world of a not-so distant future, sound has become the dominant form of sensory perception. With ears more sensitive than eyes, the desire grows to inhibit an equivalent field of sound. The once aesthetically pleasing realm of traditional music becomes challenged by noise-generating machines capable of complex tonality and infinite timbre. And, as the deeply emotive and provocative nature of these new sounds is granted society’s favour, the future of humanity is celebrated. Now, the world will hear only the perpetual symphony of the Intonarumori.

Almost a century later, and this concept is explored once more. Earthly female vocals immerse a delicately strung mandolins notes as tight breaks lay fluid foundations for moist oscillations, challenging the observed compatibility of auditory perception akin to ‘The Anthropic Principle’. As the low motions of bass tones form body for the rolling percussions rise and fall, granular synths morph amidst a spacious ambience. The sweet charm of classical strings eases the ‘Surreal Futurist’ further into the depths of immersive synthesis, creating the illusion of a timeless harmony. Awakened, empowering chants of Gregorian origin resonate growth within a gorgeously strung and swung, emotive headspace. The lively vibrations of neoclassical strings and synthetic foley fusion amplify the depths of ‘Aphorisms and Interludes’, engaging the senses in a defined yet harmonious journey.

Drawing influence from the sounds of new and old, organic and industrial, conventional and not, Dusty Fungus strives to create a complex, contrasting polyphony between the two. This marries the sincere, nostalgic qualities of classical music with the unique timbres and rhythms of industrial noise, making for a passionately intriguing, innovative experience.

Press Release by: Corey West

Released by: SixBux Productions
Release/catalogue number: SBR007
Release date: Aug 6, 2012