Fool’s Gold’s resident dance pop duo Telephoned slow down the BPMs for “Last Time,” a swirling end-of-summer jam built on jumprope melodies and Aqua Net synth lines that you’ll be humming well into next year. Get it now on iTunes!
Sammy and Maggie’s new wave funk gets cranked to the max by an expert roster of remixers: Krystal Klear drags the song into proper New Jack Swing territory (complete with Seinfeld-ian slap bass!), Amtrac turns up the tempo with his club-ready disco house mix, while Kutkorners provides a closing credits-worthy boogie slow burner. Major Lazer’s buddy JR Blender even shows up to the party with a sweet lover’s rock version of Telephoned’s “The Vow,” serving as a perfect postscript to this must-listen remix collection. We’re giving up the Krystal Klear remix as a free download to get you in the mood…
Cardo is the peerlessly funky young producer who has provided smoked out soundbeds for a literal Who’s Who of rap’s new generation. After helping craft Wiz Khalifa’s sound on the beloved Kush & OJ and Taylor Allderdice mixtapes, and lacing everyone from Freddie Gibbs to Mac Miller with his signature grooves, Cardo reaches new musical heights on his debut EP, Everything I$ Gold. Get it now on iTunes!
It’s equal parts gangsta soul music, futuristic synthesizer trips, and unstoppable 808 bump, an awesomely region-less hybrid inspired by DJ Quik and Pimp C classics but rightfully belonging to one dude alone… Cardo on the beat! (For even more tracks, check out his Foolcast mix featuring two hours of Cardo’s production for other artists.)
The boys of Sweet Valley are back with more tripped out beat action on Eternal Champ, their follow-up to Stay Calm. The release is debuting as a free download for a limited time on the group’s Bandcamp, so grab it now, nod yer head, and take a spiritual journey deep into the 16bit astral vortex of your choosing! Then go catch SV on tour with GZA and Killer Mike all this fall, tourdates after the jump. Read More
Two giant A-Trak collabs get the vinyl treatment, on snazzy split color clear wax to boot! Grab it now from the Fool’s Gold webstore or our retail HQ on 536 Metropolitan Ave in BK (and if you hate awesome physical products, you can still cop mp3s on iTunes, Beatport ‘n all that).
Trizzy and Dillon Francis’ ATM anthem “Money Makin’” is up first, with the wobble rap banger “Piss Test” featuring Juicy J and Danny Brown on the flipsde (complete with vinyl only acapella!) You need this one in your life, cop now (and after the jump, check some flicks of how it all came together at the vinyl pressing plant at United in Nashville). Read More
Ever since Crookers first burst onto the scene with their uniquely muscular, totally tweaked take on dance music, they have been a fixture in the international scene, whether remixing gigantic pop stars, collaborating with underground heroes as Dr Gonzo, or plain ol’ rocking every festival known to man with a pair of USB sticks and an appetite for destruction. For the new Bowser EP on Fool’s Gold, their first original release as Crookers in almost two years (!!!), the duo returns with a brand-new take on the chunky club cuts that made you fall in love with them in the first place. From the title track’s tear-out techno madness to the stadium buildups of “Trillex” to the atomic hip-house of “Turn The Lights On” (a collab with Philly fast rap master STS), Crookers once again redefine “bangers” in their own image. Go crazy with ‘em! Read More
Donnis takes club rap back to the future with his Break Hundreds & Hearts EP, a new-school bass masterpiece from an ATLien who grew up listening to the South’s legendary Dungeon Family lyricists and 2 Live Crew party starters in equal measure. Grab it now on iTunes!
From the floor-ratlling “Money Maker” and “Hello Kitty” to the insane strip club chant “Dog On The Floor,” wildly catchy sing along “Every Damn Day,” and pure rhyme workout “Absolutely” (featuring like-minded young MCs IAMSU and Jay Ant – peep the video above!), Break Hundreds & Hearts shows off new dimensions of Donnis’ signature sound. Pop the trunk, turn up the bump, and keep Freaknik alive… Read More
A-Trak and Dillon Francis are back with a crazy remix package for “Money Makin’,” their fan-favorite summer anthem (complete with a beloved, dancing cash machine music video that put the ATM in EDM.)
Oliver Twizt’s “trap mix” leads it off, a massive bass monster that has been a highlight of A-Trak and Dillon’s DJ sets at HARD Summer, Camp Bisco and countless other dance events this year. New hotshots Barjo & Alban Lipp crank things up waaaay louder with a stomping, heavyweight mix. And hip hop legend (and hip house pioneer!) Mark The 45 King brings it all home with a joyful breakbeat collage on his “Bonus Beats Mix,” transporting the festival rave back to the park jams where it all began. Grab it now on iTunes and Beatport!Read More
Style Of Eye is one of the most trustworthy names in dance music: each new release is as on point as the last, managing to surprise with new sounds and dependably BANG in nightspot and festival settings alike.
His newest for Fool’s Gold, “Ray Dee Oh” is a perfect synthesis of pop piano riffs, synthesizer zaps and gigantor rave drums, with Gina Turner’s chopped up, warped disco princess vocals helping tie it all together. The cheekily titled AM and FM mixes (along with the relentless club version) offer something for everyone, with “Norway” providing the perfect chill-out-room closer to this EP. Tune your dials to SOE and lock in for this one – grab “Ray Dee Oh” now on Beatport!
Sweet Valley’s tripped out debut beat tape Stay Calm is out today! We’re proud to introduce the new project of brothers Nathan (aka Wavves) and Kynan Williams to the world, grab it on iTunes, Beatport and everywhere else fine digital music is sold.
Head over to Beatport and pick up the latest and greatest from our buds at Slow Roast, the Roots Remixed EP from Kill The Noise! Brillz, Codes, Torro Torro, Will Bailey, Kastle, and KTN himself all work their magic on the tracks (which many of your favorite DJs have already been spinning worldwide). Grab em! If you still need convincing, check out these snippets on Kill The Noise’s SoundCloud.