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Smoke rises, lasers paint the room, two mcs and a gorilla with a gift… Goldyard. In a time when music is looking for the next wave of style and creativity, this trio has found that imitation is not always the highest form of flattery. With edgy subject matter and a mesmerizing rockstar aura, this group has blazed a hot new trail in popular music.
This high energy group consists of A.T, hailing from Salisbury NC, In-Doe from Long Island,NY, and Flick James from Los Angeles, CA. Their eclectic musical range and off kilter seemingly unstructured style has created a new lane all its own. With a mesh of hip hop, electronic, and everything in between, this group paves the way for innovators and creators of the future.
Building on their 2011 album "Us and Them" released in the Fall of 2011 (www.goldyard.bandcamp.com) Goldyard recently released their newest mixtape "The Golden Age" during the month of July 2012 (www.goldyardmusic.com). They have also been honored to be a part of the upcoming release "The Hangout" by production team SMKA (Trinidad James, Juicy J, Casey Veggies, Yelawolf, Nappy Roots, Pill) due out March 26 th 2013. Along with their extensive studio track record, their high-energy live shows are where the true essence of their musical ability shines. They have graced the stage with such artists as AraabMuzik, Jarren Benton, Cousin Dan, Hello Ocho, and Big Face Paper Gang to name a few, performing at such venues as SXSW in Austin, Tx, The Basement at Graveyard in Atlanta, Ga, Noda Music Fest in Charlotte, Nc, Smith's Ole Bar in Atlanta, Ga, as well as countless other venues. They have also been featured on popular music sites such as Worldstarhiphop.com as well as Streetheattv.com.
Goldyard is far more than just a music group. It's a brand, a style, and a true way of life. With raw talent and unbridled determination, these three artists have come together not only to change the game of music, but to also write a new page in pop culture.