Tag: Star Eyes

DJs Against Climate Change Instore This Wednesday

Posted on Dec 3rd, 2012

This Wednesday (12/5) we’re hosting an event in the Fool’s Gold store for DJs Against Climate Change, the non profit organization founded by Sammy Bananas. Now entering it’s 5th year of helping DJs offset the environmentally damaging carbon emissions produced from their airplane travel, the DJACC uses artists’ cultural influence to show how everyone can take responsibility for their impact on Climate Change.

Find out more (and donate!) at indiegogo.com/DJACC, and come thru the store this Wednesday, where Sammy will break down ways to combat climate change in person while Nick Catchdubs, Star Eyes (Trouble & Bass) and DJ Ayres (The Rub) play tunes from 6-9pm. We’ll also have complimentary refreshments from our friends at Bushmills. Hang and learn! Read More

Dust La Rock "B.K. Scum" Exhibit Opens 3/4

Posted on Feb 23rd, 2011

Dust La Rock has shaped the visual identity of Fool’s Gold and our family of artists from the very beginning. And if you’ve been paying attention, you know his own musical tastes and personal interests are quite varied and esoteric – so it’s only natural that for his latest project, Dust has tapped into his fascination with the work of experimental sound collective and multimedia pioneers Psychic TV to create an exhibition of new works entitled B.K. Scum. Read More

JOTS vs NYC – FREE!

Posted on Mar 30th, 2010

For all the beat lovers in NYC who weren’t able to see Jokers Of The Scene at our festival showcases this month… we got you! Check JOTS alongside FG’s Nick Catchdubs and Trouble & Bass-ist Star Eyes at LPR on Wednesday, March 31st. It’s free before 12 (and after 12 if you RSVP, peep flyer for info).

Dust La Rock x Star Eyes Ov Cvrse Mishka Mix

Posted on Mar 2nd, 2010

Spooky siblings Dust La Rock and Star Eyes recently delved into the deepest recesses of their respective record libraries to whip up this new Ov Cvrse mix for Mishka. It’s a collection of everything from Ministry, Front 242 and Nitzer Ebb to Black Strobe, Adult and even Benga and Skream’s coldest moments. And it is awesome!

The mix came out so well, in fact, that Mishka decided to keep the name for their SXSW showcase of icy synths and “-wave” suffixes. More info on that show (which includes a set from our own Jokers Of The Scene) here. Tracklist for the Ov Curse mix after the jump. Read More