Dub Club

with Resident DJs:
Tom Chasteen
Roy Corderoy
The Dungeonmaster
Boss Harmony

Frankie Paul

Hailed as one of Jamaica's biggest dancehall stars, Frankie Paul / F.P. also known as Paul Blake has been making hits for over fifteen years. Born blind and raised by the Salvation Army in Kingston, he began singing at an early age. His parents could not afford to buy him musical instruments and therefore Frankie Paul developed his musical skills and talent in the church and in school. When Frankie Paul was four years old, he went on the Hope Ship where they worked with him for four years enabling F.P. to see through his right eye. His musical genius continued throughout his childhood. At the age of nine Frankie Paul was suspended for singing in school "too much". F.P.'s punishment was that he would not be allowed to sing in school for the period of one year. Frankie Paul's version of Starship's song "Sara" became his biggest selling hit. His prolific and charismatic style carried F.P. across the globe spreading his fame all over the Caribbean, England, Europe & Japan. Frankie Paul has gained countless merit for both his recordings and his live performance. He has been crowned with a multitude of titles including: F.P. the "Dance Master", Frankie "Kushunpeng" Paul, "Tune-A-Day" Paul and since 1995 Frankie "Gahgile" Paul. Currently his musical endeavors have led him to Crucial Youth Productions in Oakland, California where F.P. has collaborated with Rankin' Scroo of Rankin' Scroo & Ginger and Money B of Digital Underground. The sound that the three are producing on track continues to accent Frankie Paul's amazing diversity and musical aptitudes. While still attending the Salvation Army School For The Blind, Frankie Paul met Stucko who introduced him to Earl China Smith, Teddy Renolds and Burtrum Brown. Since that time until this day, Frankie Paul is known throughout Jamaica and the world as one of the most fluent and melodious singers of all-time. At the age of thirteen F.P. sang on his first recording, "African Princess", recorded at Tuff Gong Studios. After meeting Henry "Jungo" Laws the following year, Frankie Paul took the Reggae market by storm with a string of hits recorded at Channel One. He performed with the "Mighty Tides"(out of Kingston) where he met A.J. Boots Brown who influenced his musical style and skills. He began to work the hotel-cabaret circuit performing with A.J. in Montego Bay, Portland, Ochi Rios & Kingston. Eventually he continued to perform live with the "High Times Players". Frankie Paul moved to New York when he was seventeen. His hits continued to bring him fame as F.P.s music stayed on dancehall charts in Jamaica and abroad. In 1984, four of his songs held the Reggae dancehall chart in N.Y. at once: 1. Worries In The Dance, 2. Pass The Kushunpeng, 3. Hooligan 4. Sara

Ras G guides a deep space exploration of music's ancient history and rich future. Working thru obsolete tools to reach back in time and pluck out the essence of groove, Ras G's music is rich with space-funktified rhythms, fog horns, natty chattin, subterranean bass lines, colossal percussion and glorious highs.

Ras G has been a fixture on the underground hiphop scene in Los Angeles since the early 90s. He is a proud South Central LA resident. Ras along with Black Monk and Ron Stivers are the founders of the Poo-Bah Label.

This is the music that people will be playing in the ghettos of Mars in the year 3014.

"McPullish has managed to create an intriguing, original reggae sound, which truly differs from the commonly known modern roots reggae." -Reggae Vibes Sept. 2008 "You need to be paying McPullish serious attention if you have any interest in modern roots and dub." -John Eden Woofah 2008

McPullish is a musical project and nickname of musician / producer Carson Hoovestol, realized after years of musical exploration, recording and practice in the art of dub. Writing, playing, and mixing original songs with Luciano, Judge, Chezidek, General Smiley, Ninja Ford, Sylford Walker, Fantan Mojah, Ginjah, Aimann Raad, Red Lion, Lutan Fyah, Mark Wonder and plenty of instrumental and Dub tunes, McPullish has built up his label; Charlie's Records. He is available for booking as a solo LIVE DUB act.
Now based in Buda, Texas, McPullish operates a specialized musical laboratory called Dub Cove Studio. Playing real instruments live in the studio to build songs gives his music a lively and unique sound. McPullish plays guitar, bass, drums, piano, organ, percussion, 909 drum machine, synths, and other instruments. Guests sometimes lay down vocals, horns, flute, etc.
McPullish has performed with and opened for some great artists and bands including General Smiley, Mad Professor, the Delfonics, Clinton Fearon, Easy Star All Stars, Contra Coup, Grimy Styles, the Bandulus, Judge, Mystic, DJ Chicken George, Killah Priest, Dr Dubbist, Don Chani, DOJO, and many more.

$10 advance tickets & $15 at the door ($10 before 10pm)

$10 advance tickets & $15 at the door ($10 before 10pm)


Wednesday March 13
Dub Club in association with Pure Filth and Scale Step presents
RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE a night celebrating the Roots & Future of BASS music
2 rooms of music all night
in the Echo and Echoplex $10 advance from ticketfly.com $15 at the door $10 before 10pm
featuring
Carlton Livingston
Frankie Paul
6 Blocc (Soul Assassins)
Sam XL (Pure Filth Sound)
Ras G (Brainfeeder)
McPullish
Echodelic DJs
Pyramid Juke (Los Angeles)
U.S Marshall (Temple of Boom)
Neuropunk (LA Beatdown)
Homage (Pure Filth)
MCs Woes, Kemst, Mestizo
MCs Jah Faith, Chicho, and special guests

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Rumble In The Jungle - A night celebrating the Roots & Future of BASS music with Carlton Livingston, Frankie Paul, Ras G, Sam XL (Pure Filth Sound), 6 Blocc (Soul Assassins), McPull...

Wednesday, March 13 · 9:00 PM at Echoplex