Houston producer Wheez-ie huffs and puffs his way into the Fool’s Gold Clubhouse with “Deadbolt,” a frantic collision of head-twisting drums and cascading rave riffs that make for one of the freakiest tracks we’ve ever released.Footwork rave? Breakbeat bouillabaisse? Whatever you wanna call it, this Clubhouse cut is a must-inhale. Grab it now at foolsgoldrecs.com/clubhouse.
Last week Danny Brown stopped by NYC’s Power 105 to chat with the Breakfast Club. Watch the interview above and buy all the DB merch you want at the FG store now. Also stream the new Ghostface Killah and badbadnotgood track “Six Degrees” featuring a verse by Danny Brown below.
The 2014 Made In America line-up in Philadelphia has just been announced and FG’s very own Danny Brown as well as our funk brothers, Chromeo will be jumping onstage along side the likes of Kanye West, Pharrell Wiliams, YG, Holy Ghost!, Destructo, DJ Cassidy and more. Made In America is August 30 and 31 and you can buy your tickets now. See you there and god bless the red, white and blue and GOLD!
Banana Seat set aside the New York vs Boston rivalry with “Pump Dance”, a true bumper of a Clubhouse tune. BK’s Ghostdad and Beantown’s Durkin stuff Technotronic-worthy throwback synths and next level club thump into their bicycle shorts before grinding all up on you and stealing your heart forever. Play ball! Get it now over at foolsgoldrecs.com/clubhouse.
DaVinci and Sweet Valley are back with more grimy rhymes over Nintendo-in-the-trunk beats on “Dog Meat.” Check their run in with 5-0 in this new video, and peep their acclaimed Ghetto Cuisine mixtape for even more THC trunk rattlers featuring guest appearances from 100s, Main Attrakionz and more over at foolsgoldrecs.com/ghettocuisine
If you are in San Francisco this Friday (5/23) be sure to swing by the Mishka SF store for the music video premiere party, complete with all the beer and junk food that your stomach can handle. Read More
Last night A-Trak joined The Roots on Jimmy Fallon to perform their latest single “Never.” For those of you who missed it live, watch it now and experience Trizzy and the world famous Roots crew do their thing. For more scratchin’ action, catch A-Trak on the Gold Gone Wild tour, dates and tickets here.
When DJ superhero A-Trak joins forces with vanguard production duo Milo & Otis, lock up your stereo equipment… NO BASS IS SAFE. Their irresistibly anthemic collaboration “Out The Speakers” is the first official team-up from these two festival forces (following M&O’s beloved remix with Skrillex and Kill The Noise of Trizzy’s Duck Sauce single “NRG”). They slow down the BPMs to make a speaker-bursting, apartment-evicting monster constructed from screwed rap vocals from ATL’s Rich Kidz, twerked out drums, and what is perhaps mankind’s first recorded “burp drop.” If that’s not enough, festival freaks Caked Up provide a rave-ready uptempo remix, while LA duo Vindata sneak in R&B finger snaps and drum programming worthy of the So So Def Bass All-Stars. Tweeters beware!
Sleepy Tom is Canada’s latest homegrown hotshot putting a unique stamp on modern day dance music. He’s back with a follow up to his debut The Currency with the awesome new Jobless EP, another forward-thinking collection of hybrid club tunes already supported by A-Trak, BBC DJ Annie Nightengale and more. Stay woke! Get Jobless now on Beatport.
A-Trak chats wit Vlad TV about his upcoming Federal Reserve EP with Cam’ron, how the collaboration came about, and how grilled meats can make any studio session better. For a taste of Federal Reserve watch the Cam’ron & A-Trak “Dipsh*ts” music video now and stay tuned for more.
Fool’s Gold’s very own Nick Catchdubs put together a special mix entitled “Homies” for Serato’s Seratocast series, dedicated to music by his friends (Brenmar, Jubliee, Black Dave) and the FG family (Flosstradamus, Oliver, Brillstein). It opens with A-Trak + Milo & Otis’ new banger “Out the Speakers,” heads right into gLAdiator’s “Weekend,” and throws in Nick’s own “Bizness” for good measure. Stay tuned for more Catchdubs music soon! Read More