FROM THE EDITOR
WWW, September 20 2010 - It's a bit difficult to be enthusiastic over the contents of this edition of Dubroom Weekly: after all, this is the day in which Buju Banton is going to court to face his accusers that framed him. However, with three podcasts and seven crucial free and legal MP3 files, it's worth to check out.
Yes, we started doing Podcast reviews again after what could very well be over a year in which there was no podcast review. We've got two UK Sound System sessions, one live and one done for the Internet by DJ Ian Irie from the Ambassada Hi Powah Sound.
Since there's only a little bit of space left for this month in the Dubroom's podbean account, this week's podcast is almost one hour. In October we can start doing longer ones again and Jah Willing, we will.
Then there is my small commentary on what is scheduled to happen today in Miami (USA), when Buju Banton will be facing his accusers. A scandal, or should I even say, several scandals as certain websites express their joy over Buju's situation, not even caring as to whether he actually did what his accuser say he did.
We've got six tunes from the Polish based Ostrada festival: Mungo's HiFi and Zion Train, Everton Blender, Johnny Clarke and Rootz Underground, they're all present in Hi quality free/legal MP3 format.
Hopefully, next week we'll be having a better time as Jah Willing Buju Banton will be considered innocent even though the web of lies that the gov't created is kind of thick.
One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)