'RastaJazz - A Jazz Reggae Journey' is David Rastrick's 2015 six track jazz-reggae EP, a live studio recording of an eight piece band. With these six original compositions, David and band explore the nexus of jazz and reggae based styles, to create fresh new sounds.
'One Drop in the Ocean' is a riotous live roots reggae, ska and dub celebration - made for dancing! 'One Drop in the Ocean' was recorded live at Mudbrick Studios, Albany, West Australia in three days during December 2011.
'Rise Up in Love' is a salsa of world jazz, funk and reggae—made for dancing to satisfy the soul. Fusing traditional styles with contemporary dance beats, the album features many well-known and talented musicians from South West Australia and beyond.
'Jazztrix' is the debut release of South West Australian Jazz ensemble 'Jazztrix'. The album features excellent live studio performances of original swing, bossa-nova, blues and jazz-hop compositions by David Rastrick. Recorded in March 2011, the vibe of this quality live recording is both cruisy and uplifting.
'Yellowcake Shake' is a mega-funky single from the "Rise Up in Love Album". It was released as a fun(d)raiser for the Anti-Nuclear Alliance of WA (ANAWA) at Fremantle's Fly By Night Musician's Club in June 2011. All funds from MP3 downloads will go to helping keep Western Australia nuclear free.
'Black Tuesday' was recorded by David in the bush near Manari Rd protest camp at Walmadan/James Price Point. The song was adapted from a speech given by Aunty Janet Cox of the Yarawu traditional owners at her court hearing, after she was arrested and charged for peacefully protecting her country from un-necessary industrial development.