Posts Tagged ‘Vinyl’

Chanting blood and fyah!

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

Latest !Kaboogie freshness gwan be dropping the next few weeks. Delighted with the line-up: savage beats from both Kansas City Prophets and T-Polar (both of whom I’ve been wanting to release for ayyyyges!), and some excellent vocals by both Linton Kwesi Johnson (!!!) and Soom-T, who might actually win the award for best received MC at a !Kaboogie night (she tore the place up at our fifth birthday party!). Details:

KBG004 Kansas City Prophets & T-Polar – Defiance EP

A1 Kansas City Prophets – Cams feat. Linton Kwesi Johnson

A2 Kansas City Prophets – Drome feat. Soom-T

B1 T-Polar – Jango Step

B2 T-Polar – Suburban Roulette

Dub, dancehall and garage from the future, kinda like yr man with the glasses from that ‘Terminator’ documentary. Support from the likes of Warlock, Noyeahno, Ironside, Rob Booth, Olan All City…

Test pressings on the way, production to start up soon. Will be available in all good record stores throughout Ireland, UK and Europe distro by Cargo, so will be up on Boomkat, Juno, etc.

Robostud Vinyl Release Shenanigans

Thursday, November 25th, 2010


November 25 2010, The Sweeney Mongrel (formerly Le Cirk), Dame St., Dublin 2., 10pm – 2:30am

ROBOSTUD Vinyl Release Session with: RYAN OSIRIS – DJ Set, AUTOMATIC TASTY, ALIEN HAND, CH415, ROBOSTUD – ‘Soothing Sounds For 22nd Century Factory Workers’ release session, !KABOOGIE DJs

Choons by:
*AUTOMATIC TASTY (acroplane / lunar disko / d1) – DJ Set – Acid / House / Techno –
*ALIEN HAND (digital vomit) DJ Set – Rave / Breakcore / Jungle –
*CH415 – DJ Set – Electro / Techno –
*ROBOSTUD – ‘Soothing Sounds For 22nd Century Factory Workers’ release session
Thurs 25 November.  The Sweeney Mongrel (formerly Le Cirk), Dame St., Dublin 2. 10:00 – 02:30

“Here is a little note from his friends about the ROBOSTUD release…

This is the launch party for the first and only album made by Ruairí McDermott a.k.a. ROBOstud, initially released as a free download in
2008. This 12” version has been put together to commemorate Ruairí and his music, in which he found real pleasure and satisfaction. Ruairí was always trying to fill his life with the things he loved to do, and the people he loved to be with. We truly believe, on that night in January 2009 as he drifted into a sleep, never to wake up again, he was happier with his life than he had ever been. This is thanks in no small part to all of his friends, in Ireland and overseas, who took part in shaping the beautiful man that he was. Ruairí was only 23, but he left us with something that he put real passion and effort into. He wouldn’t want this to be a morbid affair, so come and join us in the party! People are welcome to ask us for a copy on the night, they are free of charge.”

Some links here for you: – release page