Bass Culture 19 Feb. – Roots Reggae, New Produtions’ Bass Culture Reggae Radio Show

Posted on 20th February 2014 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in affiliates,download,labels,music,reggae - Tags: , , , , , , ,

“love our reggae radio podcasts from our friends at bass culture” – ‘rascal recommended’

 

Bass Culture 19 Feb. – Roots Reggae, New Produtions’ Bass Culture Reggae Radio Show.

Second and last issue in February from Studio One Radio Beacon. In the first part of the session where you are traveling beyond the Roots of the 70s and 80s, from Jamaica to Canada, New York City and of course UK.

After the overview of your biweekly schedule of concerts, meetings and calls, we completed the trip by country and more recent times. Two new releases from Sugar Shack Records Roots done to bring us here and now in Fortress Europe condemning immigrants on our shores.

Already in the Peninsula Madrid start from a pre-release of Back-A-Yard, and visited the prolific North from Girona, with Raggattack until Cantabrian with Crucial Ruler’s next and last single Crude Bilbao.

We heard the first Wednesday of March. And see, if you will, on the 4th Rebel Roots Dance!

 

 

BASS CULTURE REGGAE RADIO SHOW
Johnny Osbourne – Jah Jah Live Forever Ext (Iroko 12 “)
Struggle – Rainbow Country / Version (Archive)
Revolutionaies & Junior Delgado – Fort Augustus / Escape prisioners dub (Taxi 12 “)
Debbie Rivers – Jah Light Shining On Me (Main Line 12 “)
Jah Batta – Informer Ext (Wackies 12 “)
Barry Brown – Warmonger Ext (Flabba Sounds / Deeper Knowledge 12 “)
Steve Tulls – The Year 2000 / Dub (Headphone 12 “)
Dennis Brown – If This world Was Mine / Version (Tad’s 12 “)
Agenda Fortnightly
Black Symbol – Africa / Nothing for the Poor (Sugar Shack Records)
Talisman – Greetings and Dubutations / Oldwah’s Greetings and Salutations (Sugar Shack rds)
Leroy Brown – Crime is a Bussiness / Dub (Soul of Ambessa)
Prento – No Time / Version (Back-a-yard pre)
Mighty Pastak & Raggattack – We Need Music Reggae / Dub (Raggattack)
Crucials Sandeeno & Dub – Silent River / Cold Dub (Crucial Ruler Pre)
Bass Defender – Portuko Ranpi / Dub (Raw Bilbao)
Solo Banton – Can not Stop This / Dub (Dubkasm) Every Wednesday from 21:30 to 23:30 hrsBeacon Radio, 106.7FM Northern Zone Madrid http://www.radioalmenara.nethttp://www.bassculture.wordpress.com http://basscultureplayers.bandcamp.com

Also on:
Ràdio Bala radiobalamanresa.wordpress.com
Rasta Radio http://www.radiorasta.info
Somreggae Fm http://www.somreggaefm.com
Talawa Network http://www.Talawa.fr

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[NEW RELEASE] Time Plays With Me – Mauri

Privileged to have the latest release on Little Rascal Records:

[LRRD15] – TIME PLAYS WITH ME by MAURI

Description:
Mauri presents a moody mix of menacing electronics, occasional crunch, some glitch and a full serve of heavy beats, peppered with up-front vocal explorations with collaborator Puntos S. and guest Chacon.
Abstract, dark and brooding electronic music, not for the faint hearted…

Recorded and mastered at Xpeism Studio by Mauri (Gijón- Spain)

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Release Date: 07/JAN/2014

catalog#: LRR_D150114LP

[c] copyright, Little Rascal Records, 2014

More information at:
www.myspace.com/djmauri
www.soundcloud.com/mauri-2013
www.lrrecords.com.au

 

We Are The Crowd + Dubbing The Crowd – FREE DOWNLOAD

Posted on 20th November 2013 by Brett Caporn (LRRecords) in download,dub/wise,labels,music,reggae,release promo - Tags: , , , , , ,

More great music from the dubbers in Spain, courtesy of Bass Culture Reggae Radio Show – ‘rascal recommended’

 

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Bass Culture Players ft. Javier Ochoa – We are a Crowd + Dubbing the Crowd

http://basscultureplayers.bandcamp.com

Side A
Javier Ochoa – We Are a Crowd

Side B
Bass Culture Players – Dubbing The Crowd

Mixed by Puppashan @ Discoinferno, Madrid.
Mastered by Oscar Pablos “Ojah” @ Rollover Studios, London, Uk.
Produced by Puppashan, Madrid 2013.

Under creative commons license 3.0. Spain

Yes, we are a crowd.

It seems it was yesterday, but it has been more than 12 years since that epic text* that shook european disobedience movement was written, short before Geneva Summit

“They say that they are new, they christen themselves by acronyms: G8, IMF, WB, WTO, NAFTA, FTAA… They cannot fool us, they are the same as those who have come before them: (…) the old world that stopped our assaults and destroyed all stairways to heaven.

Nowadays they have a new empire, they impose new servitudes on the whole globe, they still play the lords and masters of the land and the sea. Once again, we the multitudes rise up against them.”

Yes, we are a crowd. Javier Ochoa has his mind clear and his rethorical questions quickly finds the answer in this track, full of consciousness, pride and (re)assertion

Yes, we are a crowd. We are no longer doubtful. That is what we are: little, young and old, fighting for our rights, armed with our words and bodies.

And our music: derlivered once again by Bass CUlture Players, this time under the Back-A-Yard label. This deep and solid riddm seems tailor-made for the message and vocals of Javier Ochoa. Puppashan complets the work with a penetrating dub splattered with sparks.

And judging by its latest releases, anyone could think that Discoinferno holds on to our time’s pulse. Our time, where doubts, fears and questions transform into affirmation:

Yes, we are a crowd.
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* From The Multitudes Of Europe Rising Up Against The Empire.
Wu Ming, Springtime 2001.
http://www.wumingfoundation.com/english/giap/Giap_multitudes.html