For the July 4, 2016 Independence Day edition of the Fringe Radio Show, AL-D played music from The BlackSon, AdoniYah, Mike Floss, FU Stan, Namir (Rain), D.O.U.G.H., Sofa Brown, Juanate Seffin (Blitz), Ducko Mcfli, Antonio (Elevation), Squikee, Mr-Ahmad Rashad, Dee Goodz, Out of Place, Ha-Himself, Kurtis Stanley, Tom Bender (Petty), King Thai, Virghost, Aphropik, James Fate, and Pow Shadowz.
For the June 20 edition of the Fringe Radio Show, host AL-D will be joined by BeHoward, where the duo will discuss the upcoming BeHoward Unplugged 2.0 event at S.I.R. Studios, presented by Originally’s Entertainment. The event will take place July 1, and will also feature Stan and Slim Chance, whose music will both be featured on the program.
The Fringe Radio Show will go live Monday night at 6:00pm (Central) on Radio Free Nashville 103.7 FM (which is also streaming online at RadioFreeNashville.org).
Meant for the Milk Crate is back from spring hibernation with a bill stacked high with local hip-hop’s familiar faces. Hosted by Al-D and frequent collaborator E.T., this week’s show features MCs Case Arnold, Tim Gent and Cee Ohh. Between Gent’s latest EP For the Love and Case Arnold’s track “Noise” released last week, there is plenty of fresh material worth peeping from two of Clarksville’s best. And if that weren’t enough, the night wraps up with local staple/mash monster Amerigo Gazaway, whose The Trill Is Gone — a B.B. King and UGK mashup — was one of last year’s best local efforts. Stick around after for the open-mic cypher led by DJ Vamp. Our hip-hop scene is worth talking about, and MFTMC keeps the lights on as its foremost tastemaker. —MATT FOX, Nashville Scene
For the June 13 edition of the Fringe Radio Show, host E.T. will be previewing this week’s Meant for the Milk Crate event with collaborator and Fringe Radio Show co-host AL-D, before bringing in Pow Shadowz to talk about his new project “Freedom Riderz.”
The Fringe Radio Show will go live tonight at 6:00pm (Central) on Radio Free Nashville 103.7 FM (which is also streaming online at RadioFreeNashville.org).