Posted on Apr 26th, 2010
Head over to The Fader to download the new remix by Jokers Of The Scene for O. Children, which “takes it from gothy new wave to pretty epic squelchy techno anthem.” Nice!
Posted on Apr 22nd, 2010
Was the last one of these really TWO MONTHS ago? Thats a lot of missed Thursdays, a lot of rappin ass raps left behind… Make up for lost time and hit the jump for a bunch of stuff that has caught my ear since then (and hasn’t been talked to death elsewhere). Underground and under-appreciated, poppy-as-hell but still awesome, lessgooo… Read More
Posted on Apr 21st, 2010
Kingdom is leaving very soon for his first Australian tour ever! For a taste of what’s in store, check out his LuckyMe mix (the second of their two FG mixes this month), featuring all sorts of brand new tracks, hidden R&B and juke jams, and more.
Posted on Apr 15th, 2010
If you missed Telephoned knocking it out the park at our SXSW showcase, don’t fret: the dynamic duo hit the road this week for some shows on the coasts! Tour flyer with all dates and cities after the jump. Hometown fans can check them at Webster Hall this Friday for just $1 with RSVP!
To get in the mood, check out the latest creation from the Telephoned lab, a brand-new reworking of Kid Sister’s “Daydreaming” you can listen to at Spinner or download here. Sammy provides a tropical beat while Maggie channels some Dolores O’Riordan at the end for good measure. Summery! Read More
Posted on Apr 14th, 2010
We’re getting flashbacks to the Screaming Bloody Murder days with the news that Sinden and Jokers Of The Scene are teaming up for some tour dates this month, starting 4/20 (woah) at Czar in Tampa, then hitting Columbus, Bloomington, SLC and Oklahoma City. The shows are FREE thanks to our pals at Scion, and you can RSVP for them here. Franki Chan and DJ Eleven will be along for the trek, don’t miss em.
You can also check JOTS and Sinden teaming up for HARD’s Bloody Beetroots megashows in Los Angeles – the first night is sold out, but the boys have been added to the just-announced second night. Flyer after the jump. There’s several solo JOTS solo shows in between, check them all on their MySpace including this big SF show on the 23rd.
Posted on Apr 14th, 2010
Check out Congorock’s “Babylon” on the new BBC Essential Mix by Buraka Som Sistema.
“Babylon” has been getting props by many DJ big dogs: Steve Angello, Brodinski, JFK, Chuckie, Riton, Afrojack (and David Guetta?), Crookers, Calvin Harris, Tiesto, etc. And for good reason! It is an undeniable banger!!! Cop “Babylon” on Beatport ASAP.
Posted on Apr 9th, 2010
Our friends at The Fader premiered a new Treasure Fingers club knocker today, here’s what they had to say:
“For some reason—let’s chalk it up to the longest winter ever—we have a serious yearning for disco right now. Not some crusty Saturday Night Fever antiquities but brand new how am I suddenly dancing in a club in my underwear over the top shit. Apparently, our brainwaves reached Fool’s Gold Records who just sent over Treasure Fingers‘ new song, which sounds exactly like that.”
Hit their blog to download that new song, “What Am I Supposed To Do” and jam out (underwear optional). And be sure to catch Treasure Fingers at a nightspot near you, all his upcoming North American tour dates can be found after the jump. Read More
Posted on Apr 7th, 2010
FG friend Todd Edwards just released his new one “I Might Be” on Scion A/V, backed with remixes by Joy Orbison, MJ Cole, Feadz and My Dear Disco. Download the whole thing over here.
When you’re done, hit XLR8R for a new profile on the producer, featuring some quotes from Kingdom, who’s debut “Mind Reader” features a most excellent remix by Todd that you can grab on iTunes, Beatport and everywhere else fine digital music is sold (12″ vinyl on the way!)
Posted on Apr 2nd, 2010
Head over to RCRD LBL (or hit the widget below) for the latest installment of Track’s fan-favorite series of “remixtapes” – a combination of his own official remixes for artists from Chromeo to Kid Cudi to Zero 7, alongside unofficial flips of Wale, Kenna and more – most of which feature brand new raps from Track and the rest of his Honor Roll crew.
One of the highlights is “Prime Factors” (which makes it’s debut here), a half time hip hop jam based around the rave piano breakdown from Jokers Of The Scene’s “Baggy Bottom Boys.” And DJ Tap.10 is on the cuts as always!
Cop a physical copy on 4/15, release party details coming soon…