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Bass Culture Players strikes back with its last release “Temple Riddim”.

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Free Download: archive.org/download/BassCulturePlayers-TempleRiddim/LfmD10002BassCulturePlayersTempleRiddim.zip

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This project, settled in Madrid, launches Dojo, a new label for recovering and spreading roots, organic and digital Jamaican music.

This release has focused on digital roots from the 90´s and 2000´s, building a powerful riddim on a smashing bass line, featuring different artists.

Vocal versions are performed by two Spanish artists: Yeyo Pérez (Madrid) burns the track with his blasting voice singing “Nos la quieren colar”; Pequeño Zergiote (Ponferrada) sings is inflammable lyrics in “Ríe ahora, llora luego”.

These conscious vocal versions in the B side share a same social demanding line. Another instrumental version named “Ocuppy the Streets” is guided by Cultural Horns, leaded by David Fullwood (Ital Horns, Zion Train…), Jonás Reguilón and Marcos Crespo (Emeterians), playing an encouraging melody. As an ending, “Dub The Streets” heavy weight version.

This work has been produced and mixed live by Puppa Shan at Discoinferno Studio, and mastered at Rollover Studios (London) by Oscar Pablos “Ojah”.

According to Bass Culture Player´s ideological background, the album has been released under Creative Commons 3.0. license.

Keep your ears and eyes open, more music is coming…

Yeyo Pérez, Pequeño Zergiote, Cultural Horns, Bass Culture Players - Temple Riddim

Side A
Yeyo Pérez - Nos La Quieren Colar
Pequeño Zergiote - Ríe Ahora Llora Luego.

Side B
Cultural Horns - Occupy The Streets
Bass Culture Players - Dub The Streets

Mixed by Puppashan @ Discoinferno, Madrid.
Mastered by Oscar Pablos "Ojah" @ Rollover Studios, London, Uk.
Produced by Puppashan, Madrid 2012.

Under creative commons license 3.0. Spain

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released November 19, 2012

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Original Temple Riddim laid @ Discoinferno, Madrid 2012.

By Bass Culture Players

Drum programming: midi boy
Bass: black belt jones
Keyboards: kung-fu man

Cultural Horns
Trumpet: David Fullwood (Ital Horns)
Tenor Sax: Jonás Reguilón
Trombone: Marcos Crespo

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Produced & mixed by Puppashan @ Discoinferno, Madrid.

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Mastered by Oscar Pablos "Ojah" @ Rollover Studios, London, Uk.

www.oscarpablos.com

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Art & concept: heluna_@hotmail.com / puppashan@gmail.com

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Temple Riddim by Bass Culture Players is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Based on a work at basscultureplayers.bandcamp.com.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at www.bassculture.tk.

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Contact:

Email: basscultureplayers@gmail.com
Phone: 034 699 34 48 72
Website: www.bassculture.tk
Bandcamp: basscultureplayers.bandcamp.com


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Bass Culture Players Madrid, Spain

Bass Culture Players is a roots music project settled in Madrid (Spain). Puppa Shan leads this approach to the different music styles and culture rooted and developed in Jamaica and U.K. during the 70´s and 80´s.

Discoinferno Studio is where music production takes place, using analogical equipment and traditional techniques.

We will be updating with own productions and collaborative ones.
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