Triumphantly back on the air 2 weeks after gloom hung over the last program Midnight Dread soldiers on, invigorated by an earlier time slot and a seemingly never ending supply of crucial new roots music plus fresh wrapped dub, ska & rock steady. Midnight is now the actual center of the show and therefore takes on an even dreader than dread position. Mikey Dread has just issued his masterpiece World War III which gets plenty play for decades and kingdom come. Still steamin’ Bob Marley’s Uprising “Could You Be Loved’ gets its first ever MD spin, Desmond Dekker gets Rumored, a Prince gets natural wild radio mixin’, I Roy goes with his given name Roy Reid, Big Youth deeply ruminates on New York City, USA, UK & beyond, & Light Of Saba create perfection with “Words Of Wisdom”. “Israel Stylee” off Mikey Dread’s World War III booms atomic sound barriers in warning of musical attack:
Strictly Rockers, Crisp Like Crackers, In California, In Mississippi, In Canada, Scat & Spread out all over the world:
Dreadcasting & streamin’ rhythmic flow with daily 21st Century Midnight Dread programs at 12am including replays often heard in Wendt’s Best of All Worlds high noon slot. Become conscious at 6am with the indigenous sounds of Native Son Rising curated by Doug everyday (all Pacific Times). Explore more Midnight Dread sights & sounds here.