LCL is for " LibreCommeLair "
(ex "Les Cristaux Liquident")
Three letters, and a whole programm :
a Creative commons netlabel, organizing cultural events (festival Lacerta vitis, Dub en sauce or Libre session party) working with artists on multimedia projects, participating or supporting other musical events...
Founded in 2003, LCL believes that sharing is an essential tool of culture, the basic of its language. Open licenses are for this ideal, and the NTI are the dreamed vector for spreading this spirit.
LCL musical line is mainly dub (and all its variables), but more than a precise musical style, it's first a state of mind that defines our netlabel.
Over the technical qualities (that remain important, but not in the first place) we are looking for musical originality and personality, mind opening and a serious taste for collaborations.
Other related links :
- LCL netlabel Soundcloud (send us your tracks !)
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LCL on 05/27/2015 at 11:22AM
9 years from now, same day, we released our first EP. What a long travel we all made ! How many enriching encounters, experiences, parties, discoveries...
Here is a very special Free Music Archive mixtape to celebrate the 9 years of the label ! 45 tracks ranging widely, mostly Dub & reggae, but also bits of post rock, folk, hiphop, ambient, electronics and even french chanson...
Take a trip from the origins to the present of LCL netlabel !
Massive thanks to FMA for their perpetual support to independant music, you girls and guys are so important for all of us !
LCL on 01/05/2015 at 12:55PM
An adventurous and somewhat trippy Dub journey through the rich archives of the French label "Libre Comme Lair." Expect an hour of sensual psychedelic sound scapes, playful weirdness, wicked bass lines & rousing brass with lots of delay-ay-ay!
Check out the website of Libre Comme Lair.. all the music I've used can be found here for free!: http://www.lclweb.org/
Originally broadcasted on November 28 2014 for the weekly DJ show "Solta a Franga" at the dutch radio station Concertzender. http://bit.ly/1poEbd9