Catchdini & B.I.C. go DIY for “Wuts That,” laying rhyme book doodles over rapid-fire raps for one thoroughly lifted music video. Get “Wuts That” on iTunes now and stay tuned for even more cut-n-paste fun on Nick’s Smoke Machine album, out 4/28 on FG.
Sports! While you get yer Super Bowl on this Sunday, keep an eye open for the bugged out new Mountain Dew Kickstarter commercial, soundtracked by A-Trak and Milo & Otis’ megajam “Out The Speakers.” Watch the clip now and grab the song on iTunes (complete with Caked Up and Vindata remixes).
Before designer Pilar Zeta worked her magic on Brenmar’s Award sleeve, we hit up Jason Aston at Wonder Mob to make a body scan of the DJ/producer. Watch how a hacked Xbox Kinect controller takes Brenmar into the matrix. Wavy! Pre-order Award now to get instant tracks (and the whole thing on 1/20). Read More
Dance music crown holder A-Trak adds another jewel to his catalog of boundary-pushing music videos with “Push,” premiering today on TheFADER.com. Director Ramon Ayala creates a truly surreal, decadent world that flips “party” scenes inside out. “My approach to dance music has always been a bit left, so the last thing I wanted was one of those sparkler bottle ‘lets make this night live forever!’ videos,” says A-Trak. “Instead, I wanted to make something with the opulence of a rap video, but shot like a renaissance painting. It’s kind of like Eyes Wide Shut meets Burning Man.” Starring ATL producer TM88 (808 Mafia), a cast of European semi-nude models, and a tiger, “Push” is audiovisual indulgence like none other. Watch it immediately and get “Push” now on iTunes!
As we look back on the highs and lows of this rollercoaster 2014, one of the funkiest peaks still belongs to our bros Chromeo with the release of their fourth full-length, White Women. The boys just dropped a documentary on the making of the album, featuring studio sessions with Toro Y Moi, Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend, Solange, and Fool’s Gold’s own Oliver. Check it out and grab the album (if you haven’t already) on iTunes and everywhere else fine music is sold.
We closed out our biggest year of DAY OFFs yet in Miami during Art Basel, with a whole crew of heavy hitters taking the stage. A-Trak, Danny Brown, DJ Mustard, Milo & Otis, Trippy Turtle, Giraffage, Nick Catchdubs, Flat White, Shash’U, The Outfit TX, OG Maco, Key!, Heroes x Villains… suffice it to say, the turn up was real. Peep photo galleries and coverage from Miami New Times, Showskii, THUMP, Rony’s Photobooth and Revolt TV. We selected our favorites after the jump. Check out more recaps at FGDAYOFF.COM and we’ll see you in 2015! Read More
Giraffage’s chopped up electro pop jam “Tell Me” gets a suitably tweaked music video, featuring a canine cast like you’ve never seen before. Donuts, emotions, childbirth… the circle of life! Hear this and more on Giraffage’s Fool’s Gold EP No Reason (on iTunes now) and get tickets for his North American tour kicking off in January. Read More
Scratch champs Enferno and Shiftee combine forces as E.A.S.Y. and bust out an insane new routine to A-Trak’s “Push” – complete with wigs! Watch the clip above and check more “Short Cuts” scratch routines here. Get the full Push EP on iTunes now!
Do Androids Dance just premiered the music video for Smalltown DJ’s ace Clubhouse collab with Lisa Lobsinger, “See Thru.” Watch the bittersweet adventures of a helmeted couple above and get “See Thru” on iTunes now with remixes from Thugli, Astronomar & Wuki and more.