Our dudes The Rub are celebrating the 10 year anniversary of their long-running Brooklyn dance party this weekend with “Summer Of The Rub,” a free all-day, all-ages blowout at Dekalb Market on Saturday (6/23). To celebrate, they put together a great mix of classic rock (really!) for the Foolcast.
Subscribe to the Foolcast via iTunes or your favorite RSS reader at the main Foolcast page, where you can also download the mix directly (right click and save-as). Hit the jump for the tracklist alongside Ayres’ explanation of how the inspiration all came together (as well as details for the party, which will also feature Neil Armstrong and Rich Medina on the decks). Read More
If you missed Troy Ave tearing down the Fool’s Gold party in Austin yelling “POWDERRR” earlier this spring, now’s your chance to get caught up. Download his new mixtapeBricks In My Backpack 3 featuring guest spots from the likes of Fabolous, Action Bronson, and Chase N Cashe, then come thru Drom on Friday for the release party, with DJ sets from Nick Catchdubs and more. Flyer after the jump. Read More
Ravers! Beekman Beach Club at South Street Seaport is the place to be this Sunday, where Knife Party will be getting heavy alongside our own Nick Catchdubs and more bass-minded young gents. More info here, get yer tix and get jumpin.
MoMA PS1′s long-running (and awesome) Saturday afternoon “Warm Up” party series is back for another summer in Long Island City, check out the lineup here and get your advance tickets starting June 18th. Pay special attention to the August 25th date, featuring Fool’s Gold fam Just Blaze, Danny Brown and Nick Catchdubs alongside The Stallions and Baio.
This Thursday (5/31) the dynamic Flosstradamus duo returns to NYC and twerks out Drom on Avenue A as only they can, aided and abetted by Best New Bass-er Baauer and more. Don’t miss em! Flyer after the jump, more details on Facebook. Flosstradamus’ Jubilation 2.0 is out now on Fool’s Gold, check out “Rollup” for a taste.
Our buds Vin Sol and 5kin&Bone5 have launched a new label called Soo Wavey, kicking things off with a stripped-down “Rhythm Tracks” release of Roland drum machines gone mad. Grab it on iTunes, Beatport and everywhere else fine digital music is sold, and if you’re in San Francisco tomorrow, check Nick Hook of Cubic Zirconia DJing alongside Vin and 5kin&Bone5 at the release party, going down at 222 Hyde.