Posted on Dec 4th, 2013
Fool’s Gold Day Off returned to LA on Sunday, November 10th for another all-day outdoor bash featuring Danny Brown (with Schoolboy Q), A-Trak, Kill The Noise, DJ Quik, Freddie Gibbs, Nick Catchdubs featuring IAMSU and Jay Ant, Anna Lunoe, gLAdiator and more.
Check out the recap vid above, and photogalleries from our friends at Nest, All Hip Hop, P Is For Props, and LA Music Blog, some of our favorites after the jump. (Pix from the afterparty with Daedlus, Kingdom, Sleepy Tom, gLAdiator, and Kittens over at IHEARTCOMIX).
Shout to the good people at Adidas Originals, Ploom and Red Bull for helping us throw another unforgettable party, catch DAY OFF when it comes to a town near you next year! Read More
Posted on Nov 8th, 2013
Cali we’re coming! Last year’s DAY OFF LA was so insane that we had to return with an even crazier lineup. Sunday (11/10) we’re bringing A-Trak, Danny Brown, Kill The Noise, DJ Quik, Freddie Gibbs, Travi$ Scott, Nick Catchdubs feat IAMSU & Jay Ant, Anna Lunoe, gLAdiator and more to the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall (East Lot) in Los Angeles from 2-8pm. Free with RSVP at foolsgoldrecs.com/dayoff while it lasts, so act fast (and get there early, admission based on capacity and RSVP does not guarantee entry).
It’s only right that we keep the vibes going with another mega NIGHT OFF afterparty too! Get your tickets now to come check Daedelus, Kingdom, gLAdiator, Sleepy Tom (in his LA debut!), Kittens and more put it down starting at 10pm. Read More
Posted on Jun 18th, 2009
If you missed the show last thursday, you lost. Sorry.
However, not all is lost!
Check out the photo coverage courtesy of Suckafreeze and Stash Magazine!
Posted on Jun 11th, 2009
For this weeks edition we got new joints from Jadakiss with a reunited Ruff Ryders, Clipse, DJ Quik & Kurupt, and Tum Tum. Zilla! Read More
Posted on Jun 8th, 2009
Anyone that truly knows my musical inclinations knows that DJ Quik is in my Top 5 of artists of all time. So the fact that I am on the same bill with him has me JUICED.
The one thing that I can say about him is that he has always been ahead of the curve, able to do what others in his genre could never think of doing. Back in middle school I remember watching PBS right before Reading Rainbow was about to come on, when all of a sudden “Quik’s Groove III” came on as the soundbed for the station ID!
Working with musicians like El Debarge and Raphael Saadiq, as well as a high level of live instrumentation, have only helped solidify him as a pioneer of sophisticated grown-folks gangsta rap music. Did I mention Suga Free?
If you’re in NORTHERN CALIFORNIA and you ain’t at Ruby Skye in SF this Thursday, that’s when you’re lost… In Life.