Check out A-Trak’s tour diary on BlackBook (and our recap vid above) to see what happens when you throw A-Trak, Chromeo, Craze, Breakbot, Kavinsky, Nick Catchdubs and Rogerseventytwo in a room with several thousand screaming, dancing, jumping French girls and boys. FG took Paris! Pics after the jump, check the whole gallery on the FG facebook. Read More
Check out the flicks and video that Brook Bobbins shot from this past weekend’s BYOBBQ, featuring Danny Brown, Party Supplies, Action Bronson and more. (And while you’re at it, see what the Village Voice had to say about the afternoon.) Read More
Hot off the heels of his Firecrackers mixtape, Party Supplies is back with another rework, this time for AWOLNATION’s “Sail.” PS even put his YouTube crate-digging to the test and whipped up a music video for the whole thing. Check em out!
Tight Space is our in-store series with G-Technology, live-streaming exclusive DJ sets from the FG shop on 536 Metropolitan in Brooklyn out to the world wide internets, along with impeccable banter and interviews from host with the most, Elliot Arronow. Even Billboard gives props…
Past episodes have featured Dave1 and A-Trak (as recapped above), and tomorrow (Wed 8/17) we close out the series with a bang thanks to Treasure Fingers, who will be guesting on the turntables at 5pm. “Like” the G-Technology Facebook to watch from home.
Karmaloop TV stopped in to our launch party for the inaugural Dust La Rock-curated Artist Series, featuring artwork by Cody Hudson and JK5 emblazoned across exclusive FG tees and prints. Cop them exclusively at 536 Metropolitan, open Monday-Saturday from noon till 6pm. For more from the party, peep Brook Bobbins’ gallery from the night.
The latest batch of Scion A/V music videos launched today, with Cubic Zirconia’s “Take Me High” leading the charge. Choreography!
“Take Me High” a taste of whats to come on the band’s debut Fool’s Gold LP Follow Your Heart (out September 20th), and shows off the directorial chops of dynamo frontwoman Tiombe Lockheart. In fact, the band has amassed a pretty sizable DIY videography – check the rest of their moving picture catalog after the jump. Read More