We're really pleased to announce a late plan for a proper Hogmanay session - we're teaming up with Bass Warrior and Bass Alliance to run t'ings at The African Art Centre in Ibrox... till 6am!
Tickets are £10 advance, £15 on the door, and there's more info on the events page.
Out today on Argonaut Sounds Productions - the Sweet Cherry Riddim! Featuring cuts from a quartet of St Lucian vocalists (our own Babascum, Slycer Trees, Scratchy B, and Benji), as well as a cover version by Shantha Roberts, the tracks are available via digital download only.
Download your copies via our online store on a "pay what you want" basis - no minimum!
Shantha's version is available for free via our soundcloud.
Unfortunately we have to report that One Love Festival does not honour its commitments to pay its artists. Despite repeated attempts to contact the festival organizer we had no response until today, when we received several emails filled with pure lies and insults, suggesting it was our fault we didn't pick up our modest fee (not even enough to cover travel expenses), even though we followed the instructions we were given to the letter.
As event promoters ourselves, we have always prided ourselves on treating our guests with respect and honesty. Similarly when we play at events we hope for, and almost always receive, the same in return.
We advise all artists/DJs/sound systems to be cautious when dealing with One Love Festival.
Check out a brand new version on our Outta Hand Riddim, "Mind Your Self", by Fada Dougou and the legendary Lutan Fyah.
The track is available for legal download here.
Remember the original release is still available via our online store.
Out now - our new release on Argonaut Sounds Productions, the Outta Hand Riddim, with four tracks over two limited edition 7"s and digital download:
#ASP002: Tenna Star "Hold The Faith" / Argonaut Sounds "Outta Hand Riddim"
#ASP003: Babascum "Give A Damn Bout Dem" / Slycer Trees & BJ "The Right Thing"
Both the vinyls and downloads are available from our Online Store, as well as all the usual contenders (Scotch Bonnet, Rastavibes, Dub Store, iTunes, Amazon, and many more)...