On the other side of the country, you’ll be able to grab Treasure Fingers’ “Keep Up” on 12″ pic sleeve vinyl for the very first time Saturday at the Independent Label Market in Brooklyn, with remixes from Kenny Dope and Jackson on the flip (along with an accapella!)
Chicagooooo… we’re coming for you! This Saturday (8/27) come down to RSVP Gallery, we’ll be posted up in the back with dunk tanks, grilled meats, good vibes, and music from Treasure Fingers, Flosstradamus, Nick Catchdubs and Party Supplies live on the MPC. It’s all courtesy of Hennessy Black and the @superfun crew, check the flyer and full details after the jump. Read More
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.
If you’ve been paying attention, you know we’ve been working on something special with G-Technology: TIGHT SPACE, a new streaming series featuring exclusive DJ sets live from 536 Metropolitan, the Fool’s Gold store in Brooklyn.
All you have to do is like the G-Tech Facebook page to watch the show, which kicks off July 20th with Chromeo on the 1s and 2s, then sets from A-Trak and Treasure Fingers on following episodes.
As if the live streams weren’t enough, we’re also giving away a free trip to Brooklyn to see A-Trak play Tight Space on August 3rd. All show details and contest links are on that G-Tech Facebook page, so what are you waiting for? Go get your internet on!
On Wednesday, July 20th, Fool’s Gold and G-Connect will launch the first episode of Tight Space, a new web streaming series broadcast live from 536 Metropolitan, the new Fool’s Gold storefront in Brooklyn. Fans who “like” the G-Technology Facebook page will be able to watch exclusive live DJ sets from Chromeo, A-Trak and Treasure Fingers, powered by the new G-Connect wireless storage solution from Hitachi. Hit Facebook.com/GTechnology for more info, and stay tuned for more details on Tight Space.
If you haven’t noticed already, Treasure Fingers’ podcast series is off to a great start, with new broadcasts from his studio dropping every week, mixing new tunes with casual interview bits from fellow Brooklyn music makers like Codes and Free Magic. The latest episode ups the banter ante considerably: Nick Catchdubs drops by to play some disco raps, then stays to chat with Treasure Fingers about everything from new DJ tips to Australian fashion and hyphy samples. Tune in! Grab the podcast here or subscribe via iTunes.
Our man Treasure Fingers has definitely caught the podcast bug, and has quickly followed up on his debut with two new episodes (featuring Codes and Nightriders / Bit Funk, respectively). You can download directly or subscribe via iTunes. If that’s not enough TF podcast action for you, grab his wonderfully untz-y contribution to Crobar’s BoraMusic Housecast right here (or subscribe via iTunes). Music!
Also: if you’re in NYC this Saturday (6/4) check Treasure Fingers along with DJ Ayres and DJ Shiftee at Best Buy at Union Square presenting a demo of Native Instruments’ Traktor software live from noon to 4pm. See the full details on Shiftee’s site, and watch the live broadcast from the store here.
Word is still spreading about our afterparties in Austin this year with iheartcomix, Past Yo Bedtime. Dancing! Sweating! Raving! In a damn shopping mall!
We put together two nights of revelry featuring A-Trak, Treasure Fingers, Nadastrom, Just Blaze, Brodinski, Drop The Lime, Kastle, Flosstradamus, Nick Catchdubs, Franki Chan, Proper Villains, Jackie Chain, Penguin Prison, Sammy Bananas and more. Check the recap video for a taste of the vibes, and some of our favorite photos (by Trevor M. Banta and Jenni Westbrook) after the jump, full gallery here. There’s also a gallery of gumball machine portraits by Tommy B here. Read More