Posted on Feb 14th, 2008
Good on ya, mates!
(That’s a little deeper in Aussie slang than the obvious “g’day”)
I’m reporting live via my hotel room in Sydney. I’m out here doing the Good Vibrations festival. In Australia they have these festivals that hit multiple cities. It’s like being part of a traveling circus for 10 days. A traveling techno circus. Read More
Posted on Feb 12th, 2008
That’s one long flyer! Pause! Check Treasure Fingers alongside our brothers-from-another Craze, Klever, Low B and a bunch of other good folks this Sunday (2/17) at Bass Sessions LA, going down at
Crash Mansion the new venue Henry Fonda Theatre. Info after the jump. Read More
Posted on Feb 10th, 2008
Mahalo! Check Kid Cudi out at Next Door in Honolulu, Hawaii this Thursday (2/14). Also, Cudi’s started a blog of his own, so be sure to throw it in your bookmarks.
Posted on Feb 7th, 2008
UNTZ UNTZ UNTZ? VROOOO VROOOOO? CHHHHK wiggledywiggldy CKKKKKKKKKKKRRRRKKKKK?!?!? Yep, they got all that and more. Our dudes in MSTRKRFT are hitting the road with Fool’s Gold’s own LA Riots and distorto disco brothers in arms the Bloody Beetroots and Lazaro Casanova. The trek kicks off on 2/26 in Seattle and goes all the way through SXSW and the Winter Music Conference in March. Some stops on the tour will be MSTRKRFT-only affairs (take that, vowels!) but to help you out with your revelry plans, we copied and pasted all the LA Riots dates after the jump. BAM! Read More
Posted on Feb 3rd, 2008
It’s a complete coincidence that Kid Sister and I were booked to perform at New York and LA’s Museums of Natural History on consecutive weekends. The events were unrelated, we’re not on a museum tour or anything.
Both turned out to be awesome in their own way. You already saw what the New York one was like last week… Kiiiinda crazy, with the surprise appearance of a fur-clad Kanyeezy. That one was in the planetarium, so it was very much a multi-media themed room. The LA show this weekend was a lot more like what you’d expect to see in a museum of natural history: a giant dinosaur skeleton when you walk in and a bunch of displays of impeccably preserved yaks, bisons, sea lions (those things are big!) and other cuddly creatures in simulated home habitat backdrops. How many times did I yell “stegosaurus!” on the mic during my set? One may never know. Read More
Posted on Feb 1st, 2008
Flavorpill, Pitchfork, Brooklyn Vegan, Nicky Digital (with video too!), Metromix…we’re still trying to collect as many shots from this past weekend’s Natural History fun explosion (the Roc was in the building!) as possible, so post any links we missed in the comments. Video coming soon! Check A-Trak and Kid Sister take their museum mayhem to Los Angeles tonight (2/1).
Posted on Jan 28th, 2008
This Friday (2/1) new Fool’s Gold signing Treasure Fingers will be DJing at Hugs in Brooklyn (108 North 6th St between Berry and Wythe). It’s free and there will be complimentary Bushmills from 10-11. Big things for this dude in 2008, so get on board early! Treasure Fingers’ debut Fool’s Gold 12″ “Cross The Dancefloor” will be out shortly, backed by some very major remixes – you can hear the original on his recent mix for In-Deed on XM, tracklist and download link (and flyer for Friday) after the jump. Read More
Posted on Jan 23rd, 2008
Blastmaster approved EDUTAINMENT!!!! This Friday (1/25) in NYC, A-Trak and Kid Sister will be rocking the American Museum of Natural History’s Hayden Planetarium along with the Cool Kids as part of Flavorpill’s “One Step Beyond” concert series. A week later (2/1), LA’s Natural History Museum gets treated to more Trizzy/Kid Sis madness when the dynamic duo crashes their First Fridays party series. Some advance tix are still available, get moving…
Posted on Jan 22nd, 2008
Check out Kid Cudi as part of the packed line up at Hiro Ballroom tonight (1/22) for Complex Mag and Live Mechanics’ “Hip Rock Reggae” party. Click here for RSVP info, and check the flyer after the jump. Read More
Posted on Jan 22nd, 2008
FG friend Steve Aoki drops his mix album Pillowface and His Airplane Chronicles today, and it features a guest verse from Kid Sister over fellow Chicagoan Cajmere’s “Shake And Pop.” Check Steve, A-Trak and a bunch of guests at the Pillowface LA release party tomorrow (Wed 1/23) at Cinespace, and then again at the NYC release party on Saturday (1/26) at Studio B…which doubles as an afterparty for Chromeo’s sold-out Bowery Ballroom show with Kid Sister earlier in the night. Goddamn the circle of life is complete right there! Flyers after the jump. Read More