(WORT) — The downtown Madison music venue The Frequency has announced that it will take a one-year break from booking hip hop shows. Dylan Brogan talked with Tone Madison’s Scott Gordon about the intense debate surrounding the decision.
Tone Madison‘s Scott Gordon sits down with Madison-based MC Rich Robbins and several of his collaborators to discuss the ambitious show they’re plotting for February 26 at the Memorial Union Play Circle. Dubbed Nimbus 2.0, the show will revisit Robbins’ 2015 album Nimbus with a Madison-centric cast of guest MCs and musicians. Subscribe to the Tone Madison/WORT-FM podcast […]
Tone Madison‘s Scott Gordon sits down with rapper/writer/journalist Michael Penn II and Tone contributor and Coordinated Suicides member Mike Noto to preview Future’s Feb. 17 show at the Orpheum and Fetty Wap’s Feb. 20 show at the Orpheum. Subscribe to the Tone Madison/WORT-FM podcast on iTunes.
(WORT) — UPDATE, January 8: Dane County Clerk Scott McDonell confirmed Friday afternoon that Rob Dz will be on the ballot in the District One Dane County Board race. Dz was able to correct two signatures previously ruled invalid. Upon further review, McDonell also deemed a third signature compliant bringing the total up to 51, one more than Dz needed to be an official candidate.
Madison rapper Sincere Life talks with Tone Madison‘s Scott Gordon about his new album, King Poetic Vol 1. He’ll be celebrating the release with a January 2 show at The Frequency.
(WORT) — The Urban Community Arts Network is a Madison-based non-profit group that works to support the city’s hip-hop community through fostering and empowering musicians and artists. The group, known as UCAN, is celebrating the local scene this weekend with the sixth annual Madison Hip-Hop Awards. The show will be held on Saturday, November 7 at the Barrymore Theatre.