Posted on Oct 22nd, 2012
ATL got a heavy dose of EDM when the first annual CounterPoint festival came to town. We put our own spin on it with Fool’s Gold very own stage, featuring A-Trak, Treasure Fingers, Oliver and Nick Catchdubs doing their thing while Donnis MCed through the night. Check out the recap vid above and some pics after the jump (more galleries on the CP Facebook and at The Untz). Read More
Posted on Oct 15th, 2012
Posted on Oct 11th, 2012
A-Trak and Zinc’s massive, siren-laden raver “Stingray” gets reworked into a proper party starter thanks to dancehall star Natalie Storm. Her seductively catchy vocal turns the tune into “Like The Dancefloor,” a dirty pop anthem out next Tuesday (10/16), featuring brand new remixes from Dismantle, Shadow Child, and JWLS. Pitchfork just premiered the track’s official music video, shot by Charlie & Joe on location at Notting Hill Carnival in London. Light one and check it out!
Posted on Oct 10th, 2012
Canadian purveyors of trapped out trip hop, Purity Ring, have enlisted Danny Brown to add his distinctive Bruiser style to a remix of their track “Belispeak”. Download the mp3 from Purity Ring’s YouTube and stay tuned for more from PR’s forthcoming remix album.
Posted on Oct 9th, 2012
Posted on Oct 4th, 2012
Bruiser Brigade get live in a boxing gym, talking about how they came together in Detroit before Danny Brown and company dismantle a Mike Will beat in the ring. Check it out now (plus a bonus beat after the jump!), and check the Bruiser’s debut “Errthang / Jooky,” out now for free download on Fool’s Gold / Scion A/V. Read More
Posted on Oct 2nd, 2012
Dr Octagon gets his toast on with Elliot Aronow and Food Gold in the kitchen of NoHo eatery The Smile, check it out…
Posted on Oct 2nd, 2012
Posted on Sep 27th, 2012
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.
Check the video now, and stay tuned for the remix single (out Tuesday, 10/2), where Sammy and Maggie’s new wave funk gets cranked to the max by an expert roster of producers: Krystal Klear drops 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 Kutcorners 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. Read More