In one of the cooler marketing combinations we’ve noticed lately, the folks behind the hotly anticipated Darkness II video game enlisted none other than Kingdom to curate a mixtape of moody, genuinely experimental club music from the likes of Terror Danjah, Fatimah Al Qadri, Nguzunguzu and of course himself. Download it here, and check all Kingdom’s FG releases here.
For the past several years, Tony Senghore has been killing it with his remixes and original productions that connect the boom of big room house and techno with the anything goes, WTF freakouts of underground electronic music. He first blessed FG with his signature touch on a remix of Lil B’s Young L collab “Freeze” (as featured on the Fool’s Gold x Serato “4 Deep” vinyl) and now comes through with an exclusive DJ mix of his recent productions and club favorites.
For his new compilation, the peerless disc jockey / Fifteenth co-conspirator known as Mike B has put together seven brand new tracks from some of the best young talent residing in the city he calls home. Download it for free thanks to Scion A/V, and watch the dance levels rise immediately… Read More
Check out a brand new Fifteenth original, “Get You Down,” off Mike B’s new Scion A/V compilation, Los Angeles: Tite At Nite out next Tuesday, 1/31. Download for free thanks to the SA/V crew, and start your weekend off right!
Sammy and Maggie are back with a new cover for ya, this time turning Ryan Leslie and Red Cafe’s rap-n-b jam into a “triumphant disco banger,” as Sam puts it. It’ll get you in the mood for their first live show of the year, going down at Brooklyn’s Glasslands on Sunday, January 29th (get advance tickets here) and set the stage for their brand new EP of originals, Ring Ring, dropping on Valentine’s Day, 2/14. Stay tuned…
Check out this new tour mix from Yung Bartholomew, featuring his remix of Cubic Zirconia’s “Take Me High” which has become a DJ favorite of everyone from Brodinski to Diplo (check him opening his Holy Ship! set widdit). Grab that CZ mix for yourself right here and look for Bart at an OZ club near you.