Brooklyn-based label Fool’s Gold Records was founded in 2007 by DJs A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs, quickly establishing itself with a non-stop series of releases bridging the worlds of hip-hop and electronic music while helping introduce artists like Kid Sister, Kid Cudi and Duck Sauce to the world.
Today, it’s become an indie powerhouse … and is celebrating its four-year anniversary. Labeled an “indie innovator” by Billboard and a “tastemaker label” by the New York Times that have a lot to celebrate too.
From their legendary DAY OFF parties to their Brooklyn retail store, Fool’s Gold has continued to raise the bar for what a modern-day record company should be, putting their unique stamp on events, collaborations and more.
On October 22nd, Fool’s Gold celebrates four years with a free, all-night blowout at Good Units in NYC. The label’s family and friends will be out in full force, joined by special guests including Lefrak, Queens rap hero N.O.R.E. … and surprises, says the company.
Before the end of the year, the label has some things up their sleeves — including new releases from A-Trak, Kid Sister and Flosstradamus, the “Loosies” hip-hop compilation, and the re-launch of the Fool’s Gold webstore, giving fans around the globe the chance to purchase limited-edition collaborations like the Fool’s Gold x Members Only leather jacket, the Fool’s Gold x AiAiAi headphones, one-of-a-kind exclusive items and much more.
Here’s the info for the 4-Year Party:
SATURDAY OCT 22nd
356 W. 58th ST @ 9th Ave, NYC
FREE / 10pm-4am / 21+
Although it’s free, there will be a capacity. RSVP via email: email@example.com.