This weekend, our friends from Sound Pellegrino kick off their inaugural Sound Pellegrino Festival in Paris. Check out the full list of events here, kicking off off Thursday with the launch of their L’Annuel mag and culminating with a Sunday night show featuring A-Trak, Crookers and more heavy hitters. Teki has even put together a guide to his favorite restaurants in the area. Don’t miss it…
If you saw Flosstradamus put it down at the Fool’s Gold parties in Austin and Miami this month, you already know one of the highlights of their set is a hyperactive double time edit of Ludacris’ “What’s Your Fantasy.” The guys have liberated it on their Soundcloud today, go download it!
Whether you wanna call it WMC, Ultra or Miami Music Week… you know how Fool’s Gold duz it! For the third year running we’re back at Grand Central, and the whole fam will be there to make you dance. Come thru (once again it’s free) and get down. Read More
After last March’s inaugural Miami Rap Party and the Holy Ship! edition this January, you know what to expect from FGRP: a welcome break from dance festivals’ non-stop UNTZ UNTZ UNTZ as we bring some of the best DJs in the world to drop boom bap bangers, r&b classics, Real Trap Shit™ and other jammms designed for maximum afternoon enjoyment. And it’s free!
Tomorrow night (3/15) is the big Fool’s Gold Austin event at Beauty Ballroom, peep the crazy lineup above and come hang with us! 8pm-2am, all ages, free, 2015 E. Riverside Drive. We do it all again Saturday (3/17) with the all-day FG x Mad Decent x CYP Super Party at Beauty Ballroom / Emo’s East, and that flyer’s after the jump. In between, check out all the other shows the FG fam is playing this week. Bang! Read More
Sammy Bananas and Maggie Horn’s Switchboard party is going down once again in NYC tonight at Hotel Chantelle. DJ Eleven of the Rub and Ghostly representative Michna will be holding down the decks with cover tracks and more, and Telephoned will cap it all off with a live performance (and get warmed up for their sets at the FG parties in Austin this Thursday and Saturday!)
Nike just announced their SXSW events with Vevo, featuring sets from party rockin duos like Sleigh Bells, Major Lazer, and our own mighty mighty Duck Sauce (as well as some other acts that may or may not contain two people). Check out nike.com/sxsw with your phone to see whats up.
Arguably the greatest public access musical performance since The Ramones on Uncle Floyd, check the Suzan performing tracks from their Golden Week For The Poco Beat album on comedian Chris Gethard’s The Chris Gethard Show last night. (The band starts at 19 minutes in, and again at 46 or so, but there’s all manner of other zaniness in between that’s worth your time.)