Flosstradamus became club kings by breaking new sounds around the world, from their earliest DJ blends to high-energy hybrids like last winter’s Jubilation EP, featuring Danny Brown, Kid Sister and all manner of juked-out 808 madness.
After setting SXSW and WMC on fire with a crazy new live set, them Floss boys are back to reclaim the throne once more with Jubilation 2.0, featuring remixes from Lunice, JWLS and Sich Mang, and the brand new burner “Rollup” (which you can listen to below). Grab it now on iTunes and Beatport!
“Lift Off” is the new single from LA Riots, who just got back from rocking two straight weekends of Coachella. In fact, Riots have been a main stage mainstay from day one, dropping high octane bangers from festival stages and megaclub DJ booths around the globe while remixing everyone from Lady Gaga to Lana Del Rey. On “Lift Off,” all those years of road tested electro know-how are distilled into seven minutes of ecstatic buildups, bodyrocking kickdrums and one monster of a riff.
The tracked comes backed by the equally large “Nuggets Adventure,” a hypnotic house weapon thats going to rattle your skull all summer. It’s time to start a riot… get these tracks now on Beatport, iTunes and everywhere else fine digital music is sold. Read More
St Mandrew’s thundering remix of Jokers Of The Scene’s “Black Mountie” came our way right after the original J0T5 RMXD EP dropped. But after getting tons of play from A-Trak and other DJs around the world, it was only right that we’d give it an official release. Download the new mastered St Mandrew mix on Beatport now, and check out the Jokers’ originals here.
“Shout out to Walgreens, CVS and thank you to my plugs…”
A-Trak teams up with Juicy J and Danny brown for the new single “Piss Test,” out today on iTunes. Download now – don’t worry, we won’t tell any potential employers. More from the FG rap compilation Loosies coming soon…
This Tuesday hit iTunes and grab “Piss Test,” a speaker-detonating slice of gleefully antisocial Parental Advisory rap from A-Trak, Juicy J and Danny Brown. It’s the first teaser off Loosies, the upcoming Fool’s Gold hip hop compilation. Play this at high volume, preferably in a residential neighborhood.
Peep the latest moving pictures from Danny Brown’s acclaimed opus XXX in this “Radio Song” video (directed by Alex/2tone), then go cop the deluxe edition of the album on iTunes, featuring three brand new tracks (“Baseline,” “Witit” and “Shouldn’t Of”) produced by Skywlkr. Vinyl heads, we got you too: XXX is out on a special Record Store Day 2xLP set on white vinyl with a limited bonus 7″ of “XXXapellas” only included in the RSD pressing, on sale 4/21.
Check Danny on a newsstand near you on the cover of The Fader and XXL this month, see him on tour with Childish Gambino, and stay tuned for more music…
Out today on iTunes is “Voices,” the FG debut from rising electronic star NT89.
It’s a hypnotic burst of chopped club music: echo chamber snare hits, endlessly rolling tom toms and the craziest vocal-as-synthesizer since Ferris stole a Ferrari to the tune of Yello’s “Oh Yeah.” But Bueller never jacked his body like THIS! “Voices” comes backed by the pulverizing “Hot Signal” (imagine “Voices”‘ chain smoking, Gesaffelstein-loving older brother), and the dreamy thump of “Decoder,” making for one of FG’s most exciting and techno-friendly releases to date.
But don’t take our word for it, hear all three tracks from this release in action on NT89′s latest promo mix, and see what some of our friends had to say about it… Read More
If you consider “pop” a dirty word, Telephoned are the filthiest act you’ll hear all year. Somehow, frontwoman Maggie Horn and producer / DJ Sammy Bananas still manage to turn even the guiltiest of radio pleasures into indie-approved party jams we can all be proud of. Ring Ring is their first EP of originals on Fool’s Gold, harnessing the good-time energy of the group’s cover-heavy mixtapes and live sets to fuel three brand new songs that gleefully hopscotch from new-wave inspired r&b (“Last Time”) to shuffling funky house (“The Vow”) and the title track’s roller rink disco vibes. There is a smoke machine. Get involved and grab it now on iTunes.
Telephoned will be celebrating the release tonight with a live performance at Hotel Chantelle in NYC, showing off the moves they honed opening Chromeo’s sold-out Business Casual tour, and the infectious stage presence Pitchfork called “the most fun thing we saw at SXSW.” Win Win (Vice) and Skinny Friedman will also be DJing the party, and it’s free with RSVP. Read More
Li’ll Bo Tweak is the nom du beat of UK house heads Trevor Loveys and Chris Belsey. Their chunky, funky productions for the likes of Made To Play and Loungin have jacked bodies for years as the “secret weapons” of discerning DJs around the planet, including A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs of Fool’s Gold, who commissioned a Li’ll Bo Tweak remix of Alexander Robotnick’s “Obsession For The Disco Freaks” back in ’09 (and to this day insist it’s one of the most slept on jams in the label’s catalog.)
The FG crew always hoped to drop a full Tweak release one day, and got their wish in the form of this brand new Snap Crackle N Pop EP. Here, Loveys goes solo under the LBT moniker and cranks the Tweak factor even higher. From the title track’s bassbin funk to the dancehall crunch of “The Beat Goes” and the facemelting disco madness of “Lost And Found,” these are not your everyday dancefloor weapons, kiddos. It’s time to get freaky…
Grab LBT’s latest on iTunes, Beatport and everywhere else fine digital music is sold.
The Jokers Of The Scene one-two punch continues with the release of J0T5 RMXD. It’s a companion piece to last week’s J0T5 EP, and features the sterling remix work of some of electronic music’s finest: Daniel Avery (aka Stopmakingme), Shadow Dancer (BNR), Hrdvsion (Wagon Repair), Savile & Olin, Cosmic Kids (Throne Of Blood), Gingy & Bordello (Turbo) and Babe Rainbow (Warp).
From Hrdvsion’s slow, funky take on “In Order To Trance” to Daniel Avery dropping breakbeat science on “Black Mountie” (already a favorite of Andrew Weatherall and more), this remix EP offers the Jokers’ peers and contemporaries a chance to launch dance satellites of their own into the duo’s enjoyably unique orbit. Check it out on iTunes, Beatport, and everywhere fine mp3s are sold. Read More