Sat, Nov 18
Sun, Nov 19
Goldrush Music Festival
Migos, Dillon Francis, Excision, Claude VonStroke, A-Trak, Azizi Gibson, Bart Skils, Baauer, Blu-J, BRILLZ, Camelphat, Christian Martin, Drezo, G-Buck, Habstrakt, Hippie Sabotage, Keys N Krates, Mikey Lion, Lee Reynolds, Party Thieves, Rezz, Shiba San, $uicideboy$, SuperDuperKyle, Snow tha Product, Sonny Fodera, The Underachievers, Walker & Royce
5700 W North Loop Rd
Chandler, AZ, 85226
This event is minors under 18 with parent or legal guardian
Migos is an American hip hop group based in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dillon Francis is a Los Angeles-based electronic music producer and D.J. A pioneer in the moombahton genre of (110 bpm fame), Francis first signed with Mad Decent, releasing his first official EP, Westside, in early 2011. His dancehall 'Westside' and 'Masta Blasta' became an underground sensation amongst the electronic dance community. Francis has continued on to collaborate and remix artists including Steve Aoki, Calvin Harris, Diplo, A-Trak, Zedd, Madeon, Flux Pavilion, Jack Beats, Digitalism, Chuckie, Kill The Noise amongst others. His latest EP, Something Something Awesome, was released in February 2012 through Skrillex's label OSWLA. Francis continues to play international festivals and is currently on his first US headline tour w/ Flosstradamus, Baauer, and RL Grime.
Canadian dubstep producer.
Barclay Crenshaw – pka Claude VonStroke – runs the California-based labels Dirtybird, Dirtybird Select and STX&BRX. He also hosts a weekly radio show, THE BIRDHOUSE, that airs on SiriusXM's Electric Area and is syndicated on 20+ radio stations internationally.
As the head of Dirtybird, Crenshaw has an impeccable A&R roster, signing acts like Justin Martin, Julio Bashmore, Catz 'n Dogz, Shiba San, Breach, Eats Everything and Shadow Child well before they broke out of their hometown scenes. VonStroke himself has released three original artist albums, a remix album and several high profile mix and remix compilations; highlights include working with and on records for Bootsy Collins, The Chemical Brothers, Rihanna, Disclosure and Green Velvet (with whom he tours and produces as Get Real).
No longer is it a crime to mash a hip-hop acappella into a techno track. In this arena, A-Trak, aka Alain Macklovitch, leads the pack. The 27 year-old Montreal native rides the line between hip-hop and electronic beats in a refreshing hybrid of everything ass-shaking." (BPM Magazine, issue 86)
Very few DJs can jump from club sets to high-profile festival performances, to Kanye West's larger-than-life stadium shows with ease. In today's DJ culture, A-Trak holds a truly unique place. He and partner Nick Catchdubs founded America's most trendsetting new label, Fool's Gold, launching the careers of artists such as Kid Sister and Kid Cudi. Fool's Gold's mission to merge all aspects of club music was already outlined in Trizzy's original mix tape manifesto, Dirty South Dance (2007), which set the tone for his own production. He is now one of the most sought-after remixers in electronic music, and his remixes for the likes of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Boys Noize have become undeniable mainstays in DJ sets the world over. 2009 saw the release of two critically acclaimed DJ mixes, Infinity +1 and Fabriclive 45, as well as the birth of Duck Sauce, his collaboration with Armand Van Helden. The duo's radio smash "aNYway" cemented itself as the dance anthem of the year, A-Trak's first true chart-topper with two videos in international rotation and across-the-board support from Pete Tong to Busy P, David Guetta to 2manydjs.
Not bad for a kid whom many viewed as a 90's turntablism prodigy. Indeed, Alain's career began at age 15 when he won the 1997 DMC World Championships and proceeded to take home every other DJ title known to man. He then toured the globe, first alongside Q-Bert's Invisibl Skratch Piklz and then with Craze and the Allies. In 2004, he was handpicked by Kanye to be his tour DJ. A near decade of youthful meanderings was captured on his acclaimed DVD Sunglasses Is A Must.
Somewhere along the line, A-Trak also became a streetwear culture icon, collaborating with Nike, New Era, Kidrobot, Zoo York and pretty much every designer worth his salt. And all the while, his brother morphed into the lead singing lothario in the acclaimed electro-pop sensation Chromeo. The last couple of years have seen Trizzy headlining tours and festival stages the world over. Add to that scratching on Common's classic Be, Kanye's Late Registration and Graduation, and Kid Cudi's Man On The Moon, as well as producing Kid Sister's debut album Ultraviolet, songs with Lupe Fiasco, and original releases with Stones Throw and Kitsune.
After years of schlepping vinyl, accumulating air miles and dressing smart, A-Trak has finally become the man to call to make the kids dance. Ask him and he'll tell you that this is the moment he's been waiting for his whole career.
Azizi Gibson, Young Crazy, Reckless, Hazel eyes.Born in Frankfurt, Germany, Raised in Bangkok Thailand Its the preHISTORIC Crew who the PHUCK are you? If you're not with us then hush up and listen.
I Have signed under Brainfeeder, the most unique and inspirational label on the 3rd rock from the Sun. this nigga (me -azizi gibson) is here to bring you dope ass jams. Mixing styles and genres together to form something that hasn't been seen in hip hop.. either way PHUCK you have nice day and join a crew full of winners pH i miss you Maryland pg county what the PHUCK is up! DOWNLOAD GHOST IN THE SHELL AT DATPIFF NOW!
Dutch DJ, Producer & Promoter.
Harry Rodrigues, known by his stage name Baauer, is an American producer from Brooklyn, New York. He produces trap and bass music. He has been producing dance music from the age of 13, mostly making house music and electro. He previously produced a track under the name Captain Harry, which was played by Kissy Sell Out on BBC Radio 1. His influences include hip-hop and dance music. Baauer has produced remixes for Nero, The Prodigy, Flosstradamus and No Doubt.[
With releases on staple electronic labels including OWSLA, MAD DECENT and SLOW ROAST RECORDS, as well as two, Top 10 albums on the iTunes dance charts, all within the span of a year; BRILLZ should be called the rookie MVP of the Bass Music game. Turning heads with his trapped-out blend of hip-hop and EDM, Brillz's interest in music stems from his history in the dance music scene. Introduced through the dance itself, Brillz was a founding member of a dance crew called Liquid Pop Collective before producing and DJing. The group would hold events on the East Coast, merging the dance styles of funk and hip-hop with the rave culture dance "Liquid". As he progressed into production, these themes would carry through as a foundation of Brillz's aesthetic. After releasing a handful of tracks, it was a KILL THE NOISE's "Roots" remix on SLOW ROAST RECORDS that really established him in the producer world. From there things took off. Hi next release was a two- track collaboration with DIPLO on MAD DECENT RECORDS. The EP featured the track "Swoop," which was supported by a number of impactful DJs including SKRILLEX, KTN, 12th PLANET, A-TRAK, ZEDS DEAD, BASSNECTAR, FLOSSTRADAMUS, DILLON FRANCIS and many more.
Brother of Justin Martin.
Philadelphia-based G-Buck definitely bucks the artificial boundaries imposed by genre. His skills as a producer and DJ/turntablist give him a flexibility with his art-form that makes him a complete package for top-tier success. G-Buck has tracks on Mad Decent/Jeffrees, Main Course, DimMak & Get Right Records (who released twerk anthem “Gijibae” – 250K plays at Soundcloud alone). Supported by the likes of Skrillex, Diplo, A-Trak, DJ Snake, UZ, Munchi, & TJR - G-Buck has merely been testing the waters with his variety of stellar productions
Keys N Krates
Keys N Krates formed as the brainchild of drummer Adam Tune, synth/keyboard aficionado David Matisse and internationally award-winning turntablist Jr. Flo. The Toronto trio came together in 2008 with the desire to bring their blend of live electronic instrumentation to the stage.
They've often been referred to as the worlds only "trap band," a title they reluctantly accept. Tune says it best: "At the end of the day, people are going to call us whatever they want. We are referencing everything from classic house music to Timbaland in our beats, but I think the trap references tap into what the current sound is, and we are okay with that."
Having toured their unique blend of hip hop and bass music extensively across North America, Keys N Krates put out a slew of original music in 2013. Their most recent body of work, titled SOLOW EP, was released via Steve Aoki's Dim Mak Records in September 2013.
The EP features KNK's banger "Treat Me Right," which launched with the support of figureheads like Diplo, Major Lazer, Flosstradamus, and TNGHT. It went to number one on Hype Machine, continues to chart on the Beatport Hip Hop Chart, and remains a fixture in DJ sets and car stereos across the globe.
Premiered by Annie Mac on BBC Radio1, their second single off SOLOW EP, "Dum Dee Dum," experienced a similar kind of success on the charts and has solidified the trio as creators of anthemic party music with a quickly growing fan base.
KNK has since explored their love for rap music by creating a remix of "Dum Dee Dum." Featuring G.O.O.D. Music's Cyhi The Prynce, King Louie, and Tree, the track has received glowing reviews from the likes of Fader Magazine, Vice Mag, and NahRight. "We had so much fun doing that rap remix," says Flo. "We can't wait to work with more rappers and vocalists in general."
Perhaps what truly separates Keys N Krates from the mass of Electronic and Hip Hop producers out there is the unique show they create by performing their bassy beats as a band, completely live. When you go to a KNK show, you will see their music and the music of others morphed and turned on it's head using only drums, keys, turntables and live sampling. This unique style creates not only a crazy dance party, but an experience and vibe like no other.
As a result, KNK have found themselves playing some of the world's largest Festivals, including Lollapalooza, Electric Zoo, Ultra Music Festival, Osheaga, and Sonar Festival (to name a few.) As Matisse says, "Our favorite thing is playing live and bringing people into our world."
French House producer
Hip-hop duo originating in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States.
"Rapper SuperDuperKyle is, frankly, more than just a rapper. A cursory tour of the 21-year-old's wildly eclectic confections invokes touchstones of dance, pop, R&B, hip-hop and a cavalry of other genres, making for a broad sonic palette that defines him as one of the most compelling MCs on the rise.
"My potential as an artist is to blend all genres of music, which is something that's just universal, that everyone on earth is going to appreciate," says Kyle, who originally hails from Ventura, Calif. and is currently based in Los Angeles. "I feel like that's what I'm capable of as an artist—is making a song that everyone in every genre can love.
His versatility shines on his upcoming sophomore album, which primarily features production from M-Phazes (Eminem, Kimbra) and Sunny Norway (Bun B, Juicy J) as well as guest appearances from artists including Chance the Rapper and Yuna.
Eclecticism is a consistent theme in Kyle Harvey's life. As a kid, he was raised on a diverse collection of artists, from Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin to Incubus and Weezer. But it was when he discovered hip-hop when he hit double digits that he realized his true calling, gravitating towards likeminded genre-benders like Kid CuDi and studying East Coast rappers including Jadakiss, Big L and Ol' Dirty Bastard.
Their influence is evident on songs like recent single "Don't Want to Fall in Love," where he opens up about a cracked relationship over a electro-zapped pop-rap beat. The humility on the track, coupled with his jocular flow and whip-smart rhymes, serves as a testament to his mission as an artist to have his audience identify with his experiences. "Throughout my career, I just want to peel back more and more layers of who I am, and get deeper and more connected with people and tell more relatable stories," he says. It's that honesty, coupled with his trademark buoyant personality, that distinguishes him in the hip-hop arena and drives his authentic message to be yourself, whether you're fun or charismatic—both traits that exemplify who he is. "That's how you relate deeper: by further exposing yourself."
Kyle, who initially went by the name K.i.D., spent his teen years refined his skills as an MC, turning to the Internet to upload covers and originals to YouTube and spread his music through social media networks. After releasing Beautiful Loser via current label Indie-Pop in August 2013, his career took flight. The video for "Keep It Real" got nearly 700,000 YouTube hits in its first week, while the mixtape, whose songs generated millions of listens on Soundcloud, got press from The New York Times, Complex and BET's 106 & Park. Single "Fruit Snacks" won over fans like Jaden Smith and Childish Gambino, who used the track in his short film Clapping for the Wrong Reasons, and landed him shows with Chance the Rapper and G-Eazy prior to a headlining tour earlier this year.
With his sophomore album set for release later this year, Kyle is readying a project that will show just how capable he is of breaking the limits on what rap can be. "I want to be an artist who can get my music out to the world and have it be interesting," he says. "I want to express my music on the highest platform in the world—and spread my message as far as possible."
Snow tha Product
Snow tha Product (aka 22-year-old, Claudia A. Feliciano), a native of California, but resident of Texas, is an underground phenomenon and sensation taking the scene by storm in a way that has put male MCs on alert. She's a beauty and a beast – looks and lyrical skills on the microphone, respectively. Physical stature aside, she stands as tall as any female MC in the game and can wreck a track in fluent Spanish or English with a handful of male MCs trying to match her lyrical level, as she did on Capea El Dough P City Remix.
The Underachievers are a hip-hop duo from Flatbush Avenue, NY consisting of Issa Dash and AK. They are currently signed to Flying Lotus' label Brainfeeder and released their debut mixtape INDIGOISM on February 1, 2013. These guys are lookin to spark a revolution in this rap game, and just in time seeing as the Age of Enlightenment is upon us.