Whooo! “Luuk Out Gurl” is a collab between some of Chicago’s finest, Flosstradamus and Kid Sister. Their footwork-inspired jam is not only the first original track from Floss in almost two years, but the lead volley off their new EP, Jubilation, dropping soon on Fool’s Gold and featuring even more hyperactive raps and drum machine b-b-boom. And as you may have heard, Kid Sister has a new EP of her own on deck… PARTY TIME!
Check out the new Freaky Tales mixtape from Ohio’s own Freaky Franz, mixed by FG’s Sammy Bananas. It features a few Telephoned-related guest spots (including the Sammy-produced “Imma Freak”. Trappy Bananas!) but the majority of the tracks feature beats from Franz himself, a hardcore kid / skater turnt rapper whose been making noise throughout the Midwest. Stay tuned for more. Read More
Go download the latest and greatest rework to emerge from Party Supplies’ lab, in the form of this chopped up take on Clare Maguire’s “Ain’t Nobody.” (And if you don’t have ‘em already, grab his Firecrackers mixtape and Awolnation rmx.
As heard on Fool’s Gold Radio (and everywhere else A-Trak has been DJing this summer), the Trizzy-enhanced version of the Rapture’s gospel stomper “How Deep Is Your Love” is out now on iTunes, Beatport and everywhere else fine digital music is sold.
If you came by the Fool’s Gold booth at W+K’s “Shop” mega pop-up event earlier this summer, you would have caught an afternoon of tunes from our friends and fam, including NYC’s own Eli Escobar. It turns out that Eli recorded his set (“nice and mellow, a different sort of set than I might play live”) and posted it up on SoundCloud for everyone to enjoy.
If you still need some convincing, check out this megamix of FYH tracks put together by the one and only Hudson Mohawke. And peep the video for “Take Me High” (directed by CZ’s own Tiombe Lockhart) after the jump.