U.K. drum & bass maestro Goldie is slated to make a rare New York City club performance on Wednesday night at the private premiere party for "The Price Of Air," a new film from writer-director Josh Evans.
Goldie composed the original score for "The Price Of Air" and appears in the film, as does rapper Sticky Fingaz. The former Onyx MC also contributed new material to the movie's soundtrack, along with singer-songwriter Seal.
Since the release of his last album, 1998's "SaturnReturnz," Goldie has focused on his big-screen career, snagging parts in such pictures as "Everybody Loves Sunshine," the James Bond flick "The World Is Not Enough," and the upcoming Guy Ritchie gangster film, "Snatch."
In addition to Goldie and Sticky Fingaz, "The Price Of Air" also stars Michael Madsen, Dick Van Patten, Michelle Phillips, Jenna Hoffman, Allison Lange, Alexis Arquette, and Evans himself in an irreverent, suburban crime drama revolving around a drug deal with a substance
described as "more addictive than air."
The film is being distributed through Artistic License Films and is scheduled to open on September 29 in New York City, followed by Los Angeles on October 13.