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.)
In celebration of tomorrow night’s Roast Sessions in NYC, Codes dropped this nice likkle DJ transition for your dancin enjoyment. Check him out with Craze and friends at Tammany Hall! And grab the original version of “Dying” (and even more remixes) over at Beatport and everywhere else fine digital music is sold.
The Fader and Converse’s gigantic Fort blowout in Austin starts next week, featuring performances from our own Danny Brown and Nick Catchdubs alongside Santigold, Black Hippy, Zola Jesus, The Dream and many more. Get your RSVP on, and add The Fort to your social calendar alongside the Fool’s Gold showcase Thursday and the FG x Mad Decent x Check Yo Ponytail SUPER PARTY on Saturday.
Laidback Luke brings his superhero DJ circus to the Hollywood Palladium this Saturday (3/10), bringing our buddy Congorock along for the ride, as well as young guns Zedd and GTA. Grab your tickets here, get your costumes ready, and check Luke and Congorock’s releases here and here. Read More
Our Thursday night bash isn’t the only thing FG has going down in Austin next week. We’re teaming up with our Check Yo Ponytail and Mad Decent broz for Super Party, an all-day event on Saturday, March 17th. Artists will be announced very soon (but trust us, it’s a wig flipper).ARTISTS ANNOUNCED!RSVP & SAVE THE DATE…
Our Slow Roast homies kick off their Roast Sessions in New York City this Thursday (3/8) with Craze and Codes at Tammany Hall. Check out all info here and go rage with the guys at Tammany, where they’ll be joined by NYC clubbers Dimitri Mak and Animal Status (featuring Foolcast alumnus DJ Wonder). Get yer advance tickets here.
It’s that time of year again… Mr Goldbar’s finna get his festival on! Check out the whole fam and some special guest friends at our label showcases in Austin and Miami this month.
First up, we take over the brand new Beauty Ballroom in Austin on Thursday, 3/15 with A-Trak, Just Blaze, Danny Brown, Cubic Zirconia, Flosstradamus, Nick Catchdubs, Mr Muthafuckin eXquire, Party Supplies, Telephoned and Troy Ave.
Then a week later we hit Miami to club it out once more at Grand Central on Saturday, 3/24, this time with Jacques Lu Cont, Just Blaze, Congorock, Treasure Fingers, Style Of Eye, LA Riots, Flosstradamus, Jokers Of The Scene, Nick Catchdubs, Fifteenth and the homie DJ Canada handling party duties on the ones and twos (and threes and fours), with Miami’s own Peachfuzz crew rocking upstairs. And since these are Fool’s Gold parties, you never know who else might show up…
Check full size flyers and details after the jump, and stay tuned for even more FG festival events coming your way. Read More
This Saturday (3/3) hit Tammany Hall for the latest edition of LES Is More, featuring a DJ set from Nick Catchdubs and a live performance from Party Supplies. Musics!
You can get advance tix from mbwlife.com, but we’re also giving away a VIP package for free entry and a bottle of liquor. Simply “like” the Fool’s Gold Facebook page and we’ll select a winner at random (must be 21+).
Check out this new video from our homie Mike B (playing the FG Miami bash as Fifteenth with Sammy Bananas, FYI) and Stephen Bloodbath, featuring mystical summoners, Mike’s acting debut (?), and definite LVLZ.
Download the song (as well as new material from Fifteenth and more) on Mike’s Scion A/V comp Los Angeles: Tite At Nite, and check Mike alongside Sinden, Treasure Fingers and more tonight (2/28) at White Rabbit in NYC for the Scion A/V party. 10pm till late, 145 East Houston Street, free…
This January the crew set sail aboard the maiden voyage of Holy Ship! and brought a dose of FG swag to the high seas rave. Check out our own recap of what went down – from the Fool’s Gold Rap Party to Danny Brown’s solo set to A-Trak’s DJ lessons and main-stage antics (including a DJ hero conga line!) – and peep the official Holy Ship! video of the whole thing after the jump.