The latest edition of Converse’s “Three Artists, One Song” project features our own A-Trak collaborating with Mark Foster of Foster The People and Kimbra (you know her) for a brand new song called “Warrior.” Download the track here, and check out the music video (directed by Daniels) to see Trizzy and friends knock heads with some luchadores. Read More
Sydney record spinner Anna Lunoe is one of the best people ever… and not just because she put together this mix of homegrown heatrocks featuring all-OZ talent, from groovy disco jams to big room dance detonators. Check it out!
Subscribe to the Foolcast via iTunes or your favorite RSS reader at the main Foolcast page, where you can also download the download the mix directly (right click and save-as). And follow Anna on Twitter! Full tracklist after the jump.
Check out this new version of Telephoned’s “The Vow” (the original version is on their Ring Ring EP, out now) where, in true Telephoned fashion, producer Sammy Bananas remakes his own track, turning the funky house-inspired OG into a half time, trippy R&B version.
It’s perfect timing for Telephoned’s NYC show at Webster Hall Studio this Thursday (4/5) with Skeet Skeet and DWNTWN. While you’re marking your calendars, be sure to save Tuesday, 4/17 for the Switchboard 1 Year Anniversary going down at Drom. More info soon…
In celebration of AM’s birthday this past weekend, SiriusXM aired (thee) Mike B’s “Banana Split Anthems” mix, featuring all the cuts that got played weekend after weekend at AM’s legendary, influential bash that broke dance music to Hollywood kids. Download it on Mike Brilly’s Soundcloud and feel the lvlz. Find out more about the DJ AM Memorial Fund here.
Rogerseventytwo’s insanely catchy “You Take Me Higher” continues to make new fans (HI WOLFGANG!) thanks to its infectious vocal loops and boundless sense of joy. Ministry Of Sound re-released the track in Europe earlier this year along with some remixes, including this chunky version by our bud Proper Villains. Check it out…
If you saw Flosstradamus put it down at the Fool’s Gold parties in Austin and Miami this month, you already know one of the highlights of their set is a hyperactive double time edit of Ludacris’ “What’s Your Fantasy.” The guys have liberated it on their Soundcloud today, go download it!