Music Festivals

WMC 2010: Fool's Gold Showcase with Duck Sauce, Treasure Fingers at Grand Central March 25

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A-Trak and Armand Van Helden are Duck Sauce.
​Every Winter Music Conference, one the best parties is the Fool's Gold showcase. It rarely disappoints and the lineup tends to change at the last minute as special guests arrive to take over the decks.

This year lineup, which is taking over the soon-to-be-opened Grand Central (10 NE 7th Street, Miami), is just as exciting as year's past. Promised DJ sets include Duck Sauce, Just Blaze, DJ Sneak, Treasure Fingers, Kingdom, LA Riots, Greenmoney, Nick Catchdubs, and Nacho Lovers.

The act we are really excited to check out is Duck Sauce, the collaboration between dance music heavyweights A-Trak and Armand Van Helden. Combining disco and funk with a modern twist, the duo reminds us that dance music is suppose to be fun.

Usually the showcase is free and there is no price listed on the press release, so we imagine it's free once again this year. But check back here in case that changes.

After the jump, check out Duck Sauce's hilarious Ghost-inspired music video for "aNYway."



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