November 10: Meant for the Milk Crate at The Cobra

Meant for the Milk Crate is returning to The Cobra Saturday, November 10. Hosted by Fringe Radio Show co-hosts AL-D and E.T. (with DJ Vamp), the showcase will feature D.O.U.G.H., 3van Grey, 11, and Malcolm DeWayne. The night gets going at 9:30 / 21+ / $10 cover / with an open mic cypher after the show.

For those unaware, MFTMC was recently honored by the Nashville Scene as releasing the city’s “Best Hip-Hop Mixtape,” featuring some of the showcase’s past performers. Click through for more info or to RSVP via Facebook.

Hip Hop Halloween on the Fringe Radio Show

For the October 29, 2018 edition of the Fringe Radio Show, host AL-D spoke with Sam Jump, Heavo, Brainweight, and DTL of The Vinyl Cats, previewing Hip Hop Halloween which will be taking place Tuesday night at 1015 W Kirkland Ave, Nashville, TN.

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Preview: Hip Hop Halloween on the Fringe Radio Show

For the October 29, 2018 edition of the Fringe Radio Show, host AL-D will be speaking with Sam Jump, heavo., and Brainweight about the upcoming Hip Hop Halloween show that’s going down Tuesday night.

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).

Nashville Scene Critics’ Pick: Meant for the Milk Crate

AL-D and E.T. have been dauntless in doing their part to spotlight local and regional hip-hop with their Meant for the Milk Crate showcase series and their weekly Fringe Radio Show on community station WRFN-LPFM. Over Meant for the Milk Crate’s five-year run, your hosts have put dozens of rappers on the stage at conventional Nashville venues, an important feat in itself. But now AL-D is going one step further and dropping a mixtape featuring tracks from past guests. The track list wasn’t available at press time, but previous bills have featured top-shelf MCs like Brian Brown, Rashad tha Poet, Virghost, Tiara P. and BeHoward, so chances are it’s going to be rad. And why not throw a party to celebrate? A $10 cover at the door will get you a copy of the mix, plus admission to live sets from established local rappers Young Quael, Case Arnold and Foundation, as well as choice up-and-comer Daisha McBride. On top of all that, you can watch (or spit some bars in) open-mic cyphers before and after the show. STEPHEN TRAGESER, Nashville Scene