Preview: We Speak in Colors on the Fringe Radio Show

We Speak in Colors

Tonight on the Fringe Radio Show, host Al-D will be talking with Andrew Armstrong about his solo project We Speak in Colors. The two will discuss Armstong’s new release (available for purchase from More Than Me Records), which features a pair of “reflective melancholy-rock” songs, as well as a bunch of personal news including a pending relocation to Abu Dhabi.

The newly released ASHTON EP is available for streaming below, and don’t forget to tune in tonight at 6:00pm (Central) for the Fringe Radio Show on Radio Free Nashville 103.7 FM (which is also streaming online at RadioFreeNashville.org).

Preview: 2015 Winter Sampler on the Fringe Radio Show

Winter 2015 Sampler

Tonight on the Fringe Radio Show, host E.T. will be walking through the Nashville Fringe Festival’s 2015 Winter Sampler.

Last month’s installment in the seasonal compilation series features contributions from Charlie Rauh, Frances and the Foundation, NDPNDNT (former group of Fringe Radio Show co-host E.T., featuring B. Stille of Nappy Roots), Rae Hering, Swap Meet Symphony (Al-D, LST, Cole Jonique), Waterfall Wash, and Jeff Blaney, who will be hosting a release party for his new EP, Go Now, Don’t Look Back, Thursday, February 12 at Dan McGuinness (1538 Demonbreun, Nashville, TN 37203).

To hear the sampler in its entirety, listen below or tune in tonight at 6:00pm (Central) for the Fringe Radio Show on Radio Free Nashville 103.7 FM (which is also streaming online at RadioFreeNashville.org).

Preview: Spoken Nerd on the Fringe Radio Show

Spoken Nerd
Spoken Nerd

Tonight on the Fringe Radio Show, host Al-D will be talking with Spoken Nerd. The two will recap the Kentucky-native’s vast recording catalog, and get into the upcoming Braggin’ Rights Rap City Throw Down event which will be held February 11 at The Building.

Blending “satirical indie hip-hop” and “prophetic-poetic talk music,” Spoken Nerd is a self-described atypical Hip Hop/Indie Pop project, most recently showcasing his “delightfully abnormal style” on last year’s We Are Probably Going To Make It In This World After All. Check out the video for “I Wish Those Jerks Had Never Killed JFK” (from the release) below, and don’t forget to tune in tonight at 6:00pm (Central) for the Fringe Radio Show on Radio Free Nashville 103.7 FM (which is also streaming online at RadioFreeNashville.org).

Fringe Radio Show with Al-D (feat. Samantha Frances)

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For the January 19, 2015 edition of the Fringe Radio Show, host Al-D welcomed Frances & the Foundation vocalist and bassist Samantha Frances into the studio.


 
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Preview: Frances & the Foundation on the Fringe Radio Show

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Samantha Frances

Tonight Fringe Radio host Al-D will be joined by Frances & the Foundation vocalist and bassist Samantha Frances in the studio.

Paste Magazine has related “traces of The Cranberries and Florence and the Machine in their music,” and to date Frances & the Foundation has released a pair of recordings including 2012’s self-titled EP and 2013’s One Voice Among Many EP. Listen below to “Nothing to Prove”* from the group’s latter release, and don’t forget to tune in tonight at 6:00pm (Central) for the Fringe Radio Show on Radio Free Nashville 103.7 FM (which is also streaming online at RadioFreeNashville.org).

*”Nothing to Prove” was also recently released as part of the Nashville Fringe Festival’s Winter 2015 Sampler. Click through for a free download of the seven-song compilation.