Last week, we hosted our debut, beer-fueled Analog Migration, a new series of events presented by Goose Island Beer Co. and The FADER that features live performances by some of our favorite artists, a pop-up record shop featuring FADER-curated vinyl, and copious amounts of 312 Pale Ale. For our kickoff in Chicago, we invited California trio Tijuana Panthers as well as Killer Mike and El-P to perform as Run The Jewels. You've already seen photos from the party, and now you can watch a clip of Killer Mike and El-P performing the high-energy title track off Run The Jewels.
We also have a very special contest to announce. For your chance to win, Tweet @TheFADER and @GooseIsland with #AnalogMigration and tell us your desert island playlist: what one record would you want with you if you were stranded without hope of rescue? We'll pick our favorite entry on Monday; the grand prize will be a custom-made Goose Island turntable, designed by Brewmaster Brett Porter, and two vinyls: a tough-to-find European edition of Run The Jewels eponymous Fool's Gold debut (featuring a bonus track and remixes by Dave Sitek and Blue Sky Black Death) and signed by both Killer Mike and El-P, as well as an autographed copy of Tijuana Panthers' Semi Sweet. The winner will also receive a year-long subscription to The FADER. You can watch Tijuana Panthers performing "Cherry Street" during their opening set right here.