Anna Lunoe’s hypnotic solo single “Breathe” is a welcome, futuristic take on classic dance vibes. Having spent years as an in-demand collaborator and skilled festival DJ, Anna’s body-moving bonafides are without question. Yet “Breathe” manages to showcase another side of her as an artist altogether, channeling the emotion of vintage house 12″s and the sweat of MTV’s The Grind while bringing it up to date for a new generation of glowstick-ers. Released on the cusp of Anna’s US tour with alt R&B superstar The Weeknd and a slate of non-stop international touring, we’ll be sure to hear the deep, anthemic “Breathe” ringing out of speakers all year long. Get it now exclusively on Beatport from Fool’s Gold / Ultra Music.
Queens rap collective World’s Fair kick holes in speakers worldwide with their debut album Bastards Of The Party, available now for free download at foolsgoldrecs.com/worldsfair.
The album is a futuristic boom-bap collage from six truly unique crew MCs, seamlessly weaving party-crushing cuts like “B.O.T.P.” and “Get Out” alongside raw-nerve confessionals, late night rollers and straight up BARS. From the anthemic “96 Knicks” to the introspective closer “Blacklisted,” Bastards Of The Party is a self-assured, infinitely listenable mission statement heralding World’s Fair’s arrival as the new New York crew to watch.
Swedish superproducer, ravemeister extraordinaire, and owner of one of the finest haircuts in all of dance music, Carli is back with his second Fool’s Gold smasher, “The Weekender.” Five minutes and six seconds of pure big room ecstasy from the Savage Skull himself, backed by the hands-in-the-air acid workout “Rhythm Doctor.” Both cuts have already been prescribed to festivals worldwide, and now approved for home use by the Fool’s Gold Medical Association. Get it now from Beatport!
FG co-founder Nick Catchdubs busts out with “Bizness,” featuring trailblazing Bay Area MCs IAMSU! and Jay Ant, and ravey remixes from Astronomar and ETC!ETC! Get it now on iTunes, Beatport and everywhere else fine digital music is sold, and stay tuned for more on Nick’s upcoming Smoke Machine LP.
Nick partnered with alt comedy network JASH for the “Business” music video. Directed by Scott Jacobson and starring a hysterical cast from The Mighty Boosh, Strangers With Candy, Nathan For You and Bob’s Burgers, this office space visit takes rap video absurdity to awesome new heights. Your PowerPoint presentation will never be the same…
RL Grime has spent the past few years living up to his namesake, tingling spines of party people around the globe. The High Beams EP is his massive Fool’s Gold debut, coming off two of the biggest “every DJ plays this” remixes of the past year (Kanye & Co’s “Mercy” and Benny Benassi’s iconic “Satisfaction”) and non-stop international touring and festival appearances. The EP features five high-powered, tweaked-out hybrids of hip hop and dance music, including the speaker-busting “Secondary,” a collaboration with LA’s rap hero of the moment, Problem. Get it now on iTunes, Beatport and everywhere else fine digital music is sold. Read More
DJ / production polymath Sinden is a consistently welcome presence in our speakers, connecting the dots between genres, eras and VIBES like none other, year after year. He’s been an extended Fool’s Gold family member since day one, and we are excited to welcome him back to the label with the Ring Around The Moon EP, out today on Beatport! Read More
El P + Killer Mike = Run The Jewels. In case you’ve been living under a rock, rap’s most dangerous duo teamed up with Fool’s Gold for a free album, which you can download today at foolsgoldrecs.com/runthejewels. Ten tracks of speaker obliterating beats and razor sharp verses, laced with searingly honest emotion and pitch black humor. The shit BANGS. And did we mention our limited edition RTJ vinyl and merch? Run ‘em baby. Read More
Vancouver upstart Sleepy Tom makes his Fool’s Gold debut today with The Currency, four tracks of high-powered electro house out today on Beatport!
Yung Sleepy has quickly proved himself a master of all things massive. His hometown parties and DJ sets alongside some of electronic music’s biggest names have earned a rep as Canada’s funnest. His internet incinerating bootlegs and official remixes (including an especially chunky take on Diplo’s “Set It Off”) can be heard everywhere from BBC radio to festival stages around the globe. And now with his first EP, Sleepy Tom takes his taste for overdriven laser riffs, donk’d out kick drums, and all manner of speaker-zapping dance music to an even higher level of OOMPH.