This event is all ages.
$27.50 – General Admission
$32.50 – General Admission**
$37.50 – General Admission**
*plus applicable service fees
**available when lower price level sells out
For an additional $85.00, you can opt in to upgrade your experience to include access to the exclusive Looking Glass Lounge before, during and after the show! Please note all Looking Glass Lounge upgrades are subject to availability.
All doors & show times subject to change.
Fool’s Gold 15th Anniversary Party has been rescheduled to December 1st at The Bellwether. All tickets will be honored from original date.
Ross Birchard is the one of the most exciting record producers to come out of Scotland in the last ten years, seducing rap-heads and ravers alike with his neon-lit R&B and warehouse smashing low-end beats. Now, as the unlikely poster boy for a new generation of genre-mangling UK artists, he’s touring his live festival & club shows across the globe & producing for chart- topping urban-pop names like Kanye West, Chris Brown and Azealia Banks.
Hip Hop has always been at Birchardʼs beating heart. A champion DJ by 15 he emerged in his late teens as Hudson Mohawke, a founding member of the record label LuckyMe at the creative nexus of Glasgow’s electronic scene – a neo-noir comic book character determined to redefine the ‘super producer’: a role where the underground is the mainstream and the rule book fits in 140 characters or less.
He is certainly on course. HudMo, as he is affectionately known, quickly became Glasgowʼs secret weapon; signing album deals from early demos with the gold standard of electronic music Warp Records. Among the ranks of Aphex Twin, Boards of Canada, Squarepusher, Flying Lotus and fellow LuckyMe cohort Rustie, he continues to perfect his sound: classic soul samples siphoned through bombastic air horns, heart-aching top line melody floating above rattling half-time tempos. A truly modern artist belonging to true-hip hopʼs lineage, but equally inspired by the pop/soul hybrids of Quincy Jones. The main room happy hardcore rave and the deep, dark roots of techno are all viscerally acknowledged in this music – even at it’s most pop.
A-Trak, a.k.a. Alain Macklovitch, is the quintessential cultural connector. His 20-year career has seen him take turns as an internationally renowned turntablist, Grammy-nominated producer, innovative remixer, globetrotting DJ and more. As a founder of New York’s celebrated Fool’s Gold Records, half of the legendary house duo Duck Sauce and, more recently, The Brothers Macklovitch alongside his brother Dave 1 of Chromeo, A-Trak is one of the most prolific names in music today. In the spirit of his own break at the age of 15, he remains committed to spotlighting emerging talent across his various endeavors, most notably by hosting his annual DJ and Beat Battle, Goldie Awards since 2017. He continues to release music to critical acclaim with all of his projects and under his own name, including a string of house collaborations this year: “My Own Way” with Ferreck Dawn, “Funk U” with Weiss, “Know Each Other” with Friend Within and “Groove Society” with Wongo.