It’s here! Fans have been clamoring for the Baauer remix of Flosstradamus’ “Rollup” after hearing it in the guys’ live sets, and we’re proud to release it as a teaser of what’s in store on Volume 2 of our free Clubhouse compilation series, which drops in full next Tuesday (7/31) at foolsgoldrecs.com/clubhouse.
Take a biiiiiig hit of this and check out the full Vol 2 tracklisting after the jump, featuring even more new music from a gang of our favorite producers.
Blue Chips back! Action ‘n PS link up once again for “Midget Cough,” which debuted today on Hypetrak’s Olympics-themed Represent The Stripes mixtape, featuring new tracks from King Louie, Pro Era and more.
Spin and Pitchfork spilled the beans on the newest addition to the Fool’s Gold fam, Sweet Valley, aka Nathan Williams (frontman of critically beloved, fan favorite fuzz punks Wavves) and his brother Kynan.
Stay Calm is their debut release (out 8/7), an instrumental beat tape that doubles as an awesomely lysergic postcard from the outer reaches of pop USA. Whether screwing American Bandstand breaks on “Total Carnage” or whipping out g-funk synthesizers on “Dunk Dreams 95,” the brothers Williams have managed to craft the perfect black hole summer soundtrack. Grab the sunscreen, nod your head, and mind the sharks…
Telephoned are back with more cover-ups for y’all, this time taking some of their favorite early 2000s R&B jams and “telephoning” them over Clams Casino instrumentals. Summer evening essentials, get to downloadin…
SPOOKY! In advance of his Fool’s Gold Clubhouse set this Saturday (alongside Craze, JWLS, Codes, Mr MFN Exquire and all the other Camp Bisco maniacs), Nick Catchdubs throws a heaping helping of drums and lazers over Jim Jones’ latest banger. “666 Rackz” is the result, download it now from Catchdini’s Soundcloud.
The Fader just premiered “Jump On 4,” the opening track from Ricky Blaze’s new Crash The Party EP, out this Tuesday on Fool’s Gold! For several years now, this young Brooklyn artist has been responsible for records that set fire to underground parties, New York radio and international festivals alike. Whether producing for everyone from Major Lazer and Santigold to Nicki Minaj, or crafting his own inventively melodic solo smashes like “Cut Dem Off” and “I Feel Free,” Ricky understands the elements of club combustion better than almost anyone on the planet.
On Crash The Party, Ricky adds even more styles to his catalog, melding uptempo dancehall with ’90s-inspired house vibes for three undeniable party cuts: “Jump On 4,” “The Bass” and the title track, a collab with Chelley (whose DJ-beloved single “Took The Night” was another Ricky production). Grab your lighters and turn up…
Trizzy is back with a new episode of Fool’s Gold Radio, featuring another grip of new and exclusive tunes, banter, and wicky wickys. And to top it off, it’s a milestone episode – a whole year of these monthly mixshows has gone by! As Big Sean would say: oh gawd! Get caught up on the old episodes here, and download the newest one from A-Trak’s Soundcloud below (or subscribe via iTunes if that’s yer thing).