Posted on Sep 1st, 2012
The hometown edition of our series of festival stages went down at Electric Zoo on Friday, 8/31 and was another one for the books! Bodies were moved by A-Trak (with Donnis on guest MC duties – and a full on 3D interlude!), Tommy Trash, Dillon Francis, Nadastrom, Gesaffelstein, Araabmuzik, Treasure Fingers, Nick Catchdubs and special guests Jack Beats. Watch the recap vid and check some photos after the jump (more shots on our Facebook). Read More
Posted on Aug 29th, 2012
The Fool’s Gold fam goes international with our very own festival stage! We threw down FG style in the Netherlands with our own stage at Mysteryland on 8/25, featuring A-Trak, Tiga, Fake Blood, Riton, Nobody Beats The Drum, Rogerseventytwo and NT89. Check the recap video and peep the photos after the jump (full gallery on our Facebook y’all). Read More
Posted on Aug 28th, 2012
Posted on Aug 17th, 2012
Check what went down at our very own Fool’s Gold stage at HARD Summer Friday, August 3rd, where A-Trak, Danny Brown, Araabmuzik, Craze, Action Bronson, Nick Catchdubs, Mr MFN Exquire, and Jim-E Stack did their thing in front of a festival tent fulla FG superfans (some of whom were lucky enough to snag one of the limited-edition tees that Kidult threw into the crowd).
After watching the vid, check out coverage and photogalleries from Rolling Stone (one + two), Spin, Rukes, Complex, Elektro, and LA Weekly and see some of our favorites after the jump. And of course, grab free music and check upcoming festival dates on the Clubhouse page! Read More
Posted on Aug 8th, 2012
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Posted on Jun 12th, 2012
When it comes down to it, Danny Brown is a pretty gregarious dude. And nowhere is this more apparent than when he’s out holding court with his peers at the world’s music festivals. Read More
Posted on May 8th, 2012
This past Friday we launched the fifth Fool’s Gold Artist Series event, featuring work from the whole IRAK crew. Tons of folks came through to celebrate and check out the new pieces – which you can still see up close and in person at the FG store on 536 Metropolitan Ave in Brooklyn. We’ve got some shots after the jump.