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‘Dry Land’ is Late Night Radio at His Best

Alex Meddelin AKA Late Night Radio is Denver’s funk music extraordinaire. Combining the familiar sounds of downtempo electronica with third coast hip-hop, Late Night Radio has a particular swing in his step which led to collaborations with SunSquabi, Manic Focus, Break Science, and more.

Late Night Radio – ‘Dry Land'

After a quiet year from the producer, Late Night Radio returns to deliver “Dry Land” the lead single to his Further Into The Night album which is due Friday, December 13. The single is a web of interrelating sounds and musical relationships that bind together to create something marvelously novel. The track opens up with honesty and a raw prowess- a prowess Meddelin has been refining and redefining over the course of his career. “Dry Land” is Late Night Radio at his best- a distinct Colorado-influenced cut that penetrates genre stereotypes with ease. Listen to “Dry Land” today and expect a second single from the LP before Friday the 13th. 

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