Posted on Nov 26th, 2010
Black Friday-ers: ditch the malls and get your shop on from the comfort of your own couch courtesy the Fool’s Gold Webstore. We’ve got all kinds of FG gems, including new Duck Sauce tees (and the hit rubber ducks!), Fool’s Gold logo slipmats, vinyl, posters and much more. You can even get some free stickers with your order. Whip your Visa back and forth today!
Posted on Nov 22nd, 2010
Remember when Yelawolf murked Fool’s Gold Day Off? Well, Catfish Billy dun done it again on his new record Trunk Muzik 0-60, which you can grab on iTunes and everywhere else starting today. Box chevys, Nirvana samples, and rappin-ass raps: you need it in your life! Give a preview listen to the whole thing pon the MySpace.
Posted on Nov 9th, 2010
Kid Cudi’s Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr Rager is in stores and online today. Pick it up!
Posted on Oct 21st, 2010
The spirit of collaboration between friends is exactly how Fool’s Gold got started in the first place. So it’s great to see projects like Mix The Orb take shape. This cassette-only mix is a labor of love between FG art director Dust La Rock and iconoclastic BK producer/DJ Michna, who linked up to dig through 20+ years of music by their favorite group, electronic pioneers The Orb.
The resulting mix is an awesomely heady trip worth dusting off your tapedeck for. There are 100 hand-numbered yellow Mix The Orb cassettes available now at Turntable Lab (and alongside the Fool’s Gold Vol 1 Compilation at Opening Ceremony boutiques starting next week). Hit the jump for a Q&A with Dust and Michna about how Mix The Orb came together. Read More
Posted on Oct 20th, 2010
Fellow NY indie Dutty Artz (helmed by DJ Rupture and Matt Shadetek) is gearing up to release their New York Tropical comp, a collection of new tunes from like-minded beatheads and musical futurists – among them Kingdom, who remixes DA’s Carribean chanteuse Rita Indiana’s “Los Poderes” with magical results. Check for it November 9th, and preview the compilation with this free collection of .m4r ringtones (!!!) for your iPhone, etc.
Kingdom will be playing a special Halloween edition of his Club Infinity party on 10/29 with Nguzunguzu (who’s “El Bebe Ambiente” is also featured on the NYT comp) and Blackmoth.org, who you’ll remember from her work on the “Mind Reader” music video. Read More
Posted on Sep 28th, 2010
Following the mixtape of the same name (and the “Gone” single, of course), Donnis drops his Fashionably Late EP today on iTunes. Cop that!
Posted on Sep 7th, 2010
Our bros Chromeo have a new LP called Business Casual coming out on September 14th, one week from today. But why wait? Stream it now thanks to NPR, and pre-order the album on the Chromeo website in a variety of gift options. Classy!
Posted on Aug 13th, 2010
Hot off his warmly received, saxed-up version of “Paper Cat,” Sammy Bananas is back with more remix treats for ya. Click here to download his take on “Ghost” by NZ’s Kidz In Space, featuring Dan Black. There is a vocal and a dub version in the zip, so go nuts.
If that’s not enough Sammy for you, head over to TTL’s digital site to cop his remixes of TiTAN’s “Rodeo” and Skinny Friedman’s “Hundred Dollar Salad.”
Catch Mr Bananas on the road now, Telephoned-ing it in on Chromeo’s Business Casual tour. And Nicky Digital just put video footage up from the T’phoned mixtape release party.
Posted on Aug 12th, 2010
After all our Twitter teases, you can now grab the Chromeo “Don’t Turn The Lights On” Remixes on Beatport. Here’s the Aeroplane version to get you in the mood! Download and funk out.
Posted on Jul 28th, 2010
Following his debut single “Mind Reader” on Fool’s Gold, Kingdom returns with a deep and inventive new EP for his Night Slugs crew in London. Grab That Mystic on Beatport, Juno, iTunes and everywhere else digital music is sold.
If that’s not enough new Kingdom music for you, his Mikix The Cat remix is out now on Beatport, and fans of freebies can grab his Restless People remix and No Lay / Silkie refix from XLR8R. There’s even a Waka Flocka edit pon the tweets!
Stay tuned for a new Fact mix and much more…