“Reggae” (Used 37 times)
LCL on 07/13/2015 at 09:27AM
Save the date ! July 14th 2015 is the first edition of the Netlabel Day.
On this date, more than 80 digital labels answered the call launched from Chile to make a massive release of tens of EPs and LPs on the same place : http://netlabelday.blogspot.fr
We will participate with a special compilation featuring 14th artists, regulars from our place mostly, and an exclusive dubclash between OICHO (aka David Harrow) and On-u sound tape archivist Dr Dub.
Follow #NetlabelDay everywhere...
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
LCL on 10/02/2014 at 07:20AM
Steinregen Dubsystem combines traditional instruments with digital & analog effects and instruments. This live-recording was made at the Fusion Festival in Germany on the 28th & 29th of June 2014 at the Rootsbase & Dubstation stages and edited, mixed and mastered at the "Studio Einz" in Lahr, Germany. The concept of the live-setup is, that every sound source can be affected by several people in a digital or analog way, to achieve the possibility to improvise with the material that is played.
LCL on 08/01/2014 at 08:03AM
After 3 years of studio works, MAstermind XS deliver their new LP.
10 tracks from reggae to punk thru electro and d'n'b, and of course a serious dose of dub !
Mastered by Celt Islam, this manifesto for freedom raises the flag of conciousness...
Noise_Problems on 03/23/2012 at 03:00PM
Thomas "Tommy Tornado" Streutgers is a 31 year old saxophonist from The Netherlands. A saxophone player "who is so connected to his instrument that he has blown more air through his mouthpiece than he has exhalled!" At just 17 he won the Big Boss Jazz Award and has been a rising star ever since...
His first solo album "Sunrise" was released in 2009 on RRR Rude Rich Records with features from Jamaican legends like Dennis Alcapone and Winston Francis and other upcoming international artists like Osagyefo and Soulmack.
The CD release party at the Pacific Parc club in Amsterdam was memorable with Tommy Tornado and a "Dynamite" horn section performing many of his new cuts backed up by The Rude Rich & the High Notes, one of Hollands greatest reggae acts.