Black Atlass teams up once again with fashion photographer Kenneth Cappello for the stark and bewitching “Blonde” music video. As BA croons (“Your lips take me to California…”) over his own minimal, hypnotic piano loops, lingering shots of Los Angeles at sunset build to a fiery climax. “Blonde” immortalizes the pull of this city’s dark side so powerfully—it’s unclear who is seducing who, but we’ll let the love burn either way.
Haunted Paradise, Black Atlass’ debut album on Fool’s Gold, promises even more snapshots of attraction and temptation. Pre-order the LP now on iTunes (out 8/9).
“Screw the fame as long as my cars is wet / my garments pressed, my weed is green, the bond is kept…” Spend a day in North Philadelphia with GrandeMarshall in the music video for My Brother’s Keeper highlight “Never Change.” Dropping jewels and enjoying simple pleasures from the block to the barbershop and beyond, Grande shows off the blue-collar bars and uncommon ear for beats that place him amongst Philly’s finest.
Summer of Sammy! Brooklyn’s resident sax house maestro is back with “BLO,” his funkiest track yet – and the first in a series of singles leading up to SB’s debut full-length LP. This one’s a heater, flipping classic drum machine grooves and New Jack Swing snares for a new generation. B-side “Pal Sammy” keeps it cheeky on the late night tip, making this double-stuffed single a must have on warm weather playlists worldwide.
Grab it now on Fool’s Gold, and celebrate the release with Sammy at Trophy Bar in Brooklyn this Saturday, 7/9 with The Whooligan (Soulection) and more. Check the flyer after the jump!
A-Trak’s feel good, Phantogram-featuring summer jam “Parallel Lines” is already a must-have on any party playlist. But why stop there? The Fool’s Gold founder has enlisted six of dance music’s wildest talents for a “Parallel Lines” remix package programmed like a festival stage in its own right. MSTRKRFT’s triumphant electro revival, Bart B More’s Dutch house, Chris Lorenzo’s new-school bump, Holl & Rush’s big-room muscle, Doobious’ synthy club and BLU J’s futuristic bass… each new spin on “Parallel Lines” deserves to be played as loudly as possible.
Upstart San Francisco producers BLU J turn the dream factor all the way up on A-Trak’s “Parallel Lines,” sending his Phantogram collab straight to future house heaven. Get in your feelings, and get ready for even more “Parallel Lines” remixes on Fool’s Gold this summer.
Straight outta Rotterdam, Holl & Rush flip A‐Trak’s Phantogram collab “Parallel Lines” from a summer breeze to a big‐room house hurricane. Muscular electro basslines, surging chords, and undeniable THUMP make this remix a must hear… check it out along with the other “Parallel Lines” mixes on Fool’s Gold.
Dutch champion Bart B More returns to Fool’s Gold with an appropriately bumping take on A-Trak’s “Parallel Lines” feat. Phantogram. Lasers? Check! Burn the house down with this and all the other “Parallel Lines” remixes dropping on FG.
All the world’s a party for Atlanta BFFs BOSCO & Speakerfoxxx in their new video for “Shooter.” Part ’90s house, part hip hop, and all girl power, the duo manage to turn up everything from tennis whites to donuts. Press play, paint the town pink, and hear more on their Girls In The Yard mixtape, out now on Fool’s Gold.
Rome Fortune’s “Dance” gets taken to the roller rink courtesy of LA-via-Minneapolis funkster Gigamesh. Vintage synths and “Planet Rock” worthy 808s make this reanimated “Dance” a summertime essential. Hear the Kaytranada-produced original on Rome’s debut LP Jerome Raheem Fortune, and check additional flips from Brenmar, Fred Falke, Felon and more on the “Dance Remixes” EP, both out now on Fool’s Gold.
Ape Drums lives up to his namesake with the gorilla-in-the-trunk bump of new Fool’s Gold single LFUTP. The bad bwoy DJ and in-demand collaborator (A-Trak, Diplo) returns to his Houston hometown for this raucous jam featuring Texas MC Rizzoo Rizzoo and reigning rap upstart Lil Uzi Vert. Party tested at Ape Drums shows around the globe, “LFUTP” deserves nothing less than to be played at maximum volume while driving through a residential neighborhood. Listen here.