Fringe Radio Show with AL-D

For the December 6, 2021 edition of the Fringe Radio Show, host AL-D played an hour of music from Marcel P. Black, LosoThaGreat, B.MORGAN, L’Orange, DJ Wigs, and more.

The Fringe Radio Show airs every Monday at 6pm CST on WRFN-LP Pasquo 103.7 & 107.1 FM Radio Free Nashville, and can be listened to worldwide at

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May 9: Meant for the Milk Crate at The Cobra

Meant for the Milk Crate will return to The Cobra in East Nashville, Saturday, May 9. Hosted by AL-D and E.T., with sounds by DJ Vamp, the night will feature performances by A Playa Name Stones, Classic Williams, Weston, and Knowledge Nick. There will be an open mic cypher after the show, which takes place at 2511 Gallatin Ave. (9:30pm – 21+ – $10 cover).

For previews of the show, check out these episodes of the Fringe Radio Show which feature performing artists:

DJ Vamp with E.T. (March 10)
Classic Williams and Weston with AL-D (March 3)

Please follow through these links to support the artists in advance of the show:

A Playa Name Stones: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube

Classic Williams: Website | Facebook | Instagram | Soundcloud  | Spotify | Twitter | YouTube

Knowledge Nick: Spotify | Twitter

Weston: Website | Instagram | Spotify

AL-D: Website | Instagram | Twitter

E.T.: Website

MFTMC Nashville Scene Critics’ Pick

There are at least three milestones that you could reasonably argue mark the start of summer: the solstice, Memorial Day and the last day of school. That last one is closest to the feeling of Saturday’s installment of the Meant for the Milk Crate series, a showcase for local and regional hip-hop since 2012. You’ve got short-and-sweet sets from four choice acts. At the top of the bill is The Morning After Crew — a trio, something rare in Music City rap — and you’re going to want to get to know their 2018 album For My Friends. Maybe you already know local rap veterans Pow Shadowz and BeHoward, or rising champ Endre on Purpose (part of local label/collective It’s Like That Records), but if you don’t, don’t feel bad — come out and get familiar. As always, MFTMC co-founders AL-D and E.T. will be on hand to host (and hopefully spit a bar or two, because they are excellent rappers), DJ Vamp will man the 1s and 2s, and there will be an open-mic cypher after the show, where you can flex your rhyming abilities. 9:30 p.m. at The Cobra, 2511 Gallatin Ave. STEPHEN TRAGESER, Nashville Scene

February: Concurrence Residency

All throughout the month of February Concurrence (Greg Bryant & Paul Horton) will be performing around Nashville. Check out the following dates, and follow the band on Facebook for more details:

Friday, February 1 at Rudy’s Jazz Room (809 Gleaves St.; N/TN 37203) / 11:30pm, $10 cover. (Featuring Dara Tucker.)

Tuesday, February 5 at Rudy’s Jazz Room / 9:00pm, $10 cover. (Featuring Nashtamiz.)

Friday, February 15 at Rudy’s Jazz Room / 11:30pm, $10 cover.

Saturday, February 23 at Radio Cafe / 10:00pm, $10 cover.