The latest and greatest in the Fool’s Gold catalog is out today in the form of Donnis’ debut single “Gone,” a smoothed out rap anthem from one of the brightest new talents in the scene. Remixes come courtesy of DJ hero (and FG homie for life) Craze, who drops a Miami/ATL bass-inspired uptempo version, and a moody take by acclaimed beatmaker Nosaj Thing.
Dial up these videos and photos from the Telephoned release party last week in NYC. Fun! Buy their EP on iTunes and make sure to cop their free mixtape as well. The duo have also started sharing DJ-length blends from the tape, the first of which you can grab here. Read More
Like wearing white jeans, some things are just too good to be constrained by the calendar. And while the holiday season may have passed FRIED POTATO PANCAKES aka LATKES will never go out of style. To show you how to make this classic Bubbe-inspired Jewish soul food specialty we recruited none other than Fool’s Gold honcho Mr. A-Trak to help out in de kitchen. Don’t be a putz, check this out!
Kid Sister was the guest on renowned Chicago public radio critic-palooza Sound Opinions this past week. Topics include the ups and downs of making Ultraviolet, rap dating, and musical theatre. Yessss! Download the whole show here (right-click and save as) or stream it here. After the jump, some more video from the studio booth. Read More
Now streaming on Vimeo! The Pomp&Clout directed clip is also available for purchase on iTunes (as part of the previously mentioned Scion A/V video collab series), stay tuned for the full Congorock “Babylon” single coming soon.
“Bright Lights Big City” is a collaboration between artist Ryan Stec and Jokers of the Scene from this past October in Toronto: a city wide synesthetic experience using North America’s largest LED lighting system, the CN Tower. Visible from anywhere in the city, citizens needed only to tune into CIUT 89.5FM to participate.