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NEW KINGSTON SIGNS TO EASY STAR RECORDS

New York City reggae outfit New Kingston is preparing to release its third full-length album KINGSTON CITY on indie reggae powerhouse label Easy Star Records. The record, which will come out January 27, 2015, includes 12 songs and guest appearances… Continue Reading

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SUGAR MINOTT & TREVOR CASTELL in REGGAE INTERNATIONAL LP (Kibwe, Washington, DC) 1988

Kibwe was a late 80’s label based in Washington D.C., USA. It was run by Ras Jesse who also was the label’s producer. The label recorded and produced Tinga Stewart, Sugar Minott, Eric Monte Morris and Trevor Castell along with… Continue Reading

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Cool Up July’s Musical Heatwave with the ongoing Reggae MD Listening Party

This conscious reggae signal never ends. Reggae MD’s good for you monthly world-wide, your guide, massive Reggae Music Listening Party occupied all time zones July 19th from Noon-4pm Hawaiian Time, 3-7pm Pacific, 4-8pm Mountain, 5-9pm Central & 6-10pm Eastern Time,… Continue Reading

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Summer Arrives with Midnight Dread’s Reggae MD Global Listening Party

“Smiling Children” in Jamaica painting by Deeling Gregory This signal never ends. Tune in now. My monthly interactive world-wide, your guide, massive & mighty Reggae Music Listening Party specially occupied all time zones Saturday June 21st, from Noon-5pm Hawaiian Time,… Continue Reading

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10 things you didn’t know about Tenor Saw

Clive Bright AKA Tenor Saw is generally regarded as one of the greatest voices of the dancehall era.  Like too many artists from this period in Jamaica, Tenor Saw died too young, his lifeless body discovered on the side of… Continue Reading

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Reggae MD, Good For You

Now ear this. A new full-time full up stream for Midnight & All-Day Ravers: After many months, & special tests Doug Wendt presents a special tonic & degree,
 Extra something guaranteed, recipe balanced carefully, FDA I-proved, Reggae MD Vital vinyl,… Continue Reading

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Two Bad Duppies Want Blood as Ghetto-ology Dreams of New Civilization Midnight Dread #59A Feb. 22-23, 1981

Listen up The disastrous end to 1980 lingers. Duppies Maggie & Ronnie are busy jump starting their new era of state-help for the rich, self-help for the poor, the privatization of profits, the socialization of losses with austerity and blame… Continue Reading

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Wailing Rudy Jah Fire Weighty Eighties Midnight Dread #51 with Row Jah December 28-29th, Best of 1980

“Love We A Deal With” sing The Rastafarians featuring Haile Maskel, Vision Walker (of the original Wailers), Herb Daly et al as the Santa Cruz based roots masters fire up this radio program answering Moses’ Musical Desire. Mikey Dread chimes… Continue Reading