We’re excited to announce the FOOL’S GOLD CLUBHOUSE series of festival events and more, with a Clubhouse stage at HARD Summer in Los Angeles the first to be unveiled. Curated by label heads A-Trak & Nick Catchdubs, the Clubhouse will include some of the most exciting names from the FG roster, extended fam, and beyond.
The HARD lineup will include A-Trak, Danny Brown, AraabMUZIK, Action Bronson, Craze, Nick Catchdubs, Mr. Muthafuckin Exquire and Jim-E Stack. Check the HARD blog for an interview with Nick Catchdubs and an exclusive Clubhouse mix, which you can stream and download below.
Telephoned’s Maggie Horn is well into a fundraising drive for the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America, to help fund medical research into these ailments (you can read more about it here), and to encourage people to support the cause, the band is releasing a new cover of fun’s “We Are Young” that you can download in exchange for a donation to the fundraising drive. Sez Telephoned: “We’re trying to see if we can use our craft (making music!) to drive money towards a good cause. Listen to the song snippet, donate today, and share this project with friends!”
To celebrate the release of his debut EP So Complete (out today!) our longtime bud DJ Fashen whipped up this mix of disco house heatrocks direct from his LA lab. Check it!
Subscribe to the Foolcast via iTunes or your favorite RSS reader at the main Foolcast page, where you can also download the download the mix directly (right click and save-as). Full tracklist (and So Complete previews) after the jump. Follow Fashen on Twitter if you know what’s good for ya…
If you’re in NYC this week, there’s two very different ways to get your Party Supplies fix. Tonight, he’s featured at CNNCTD’s +100 launch at New Museum – not performing, mind you, but in the form of a custom Playbutton featuring exclusive music alongside buttons from Pharrell, Cindy Sherman, Santigold, Spike Lee and other New York notables. On Friday, however, he’s bringing his MPC you know and love over to the Mishka store in Williamsburg for an intimate live performance, check flyer after the jump. Read More
Check our bro Dave 1 guesting on the new Punks Jump Up single, with a lil message out there for the workaholics. Peep the video above, and grab the track on iTunes, Beatport and everywhere else fine digital music is sold, backed by remixes from the upstanding gentlemen Oliver, Gigamesh and Mickey.
Danny teams up with UK producer Darq E Freaker for “Blueberry,” a public service announcement that’s decidedly not for your mum. Check out the video above and grab the single on iTunes along with a bevy of remixes from Sinden & 5kin&Bone5, Star Slinger and more.
The Fool’s Gold Artist Series in-stores give us a chance to turn our store into a gallery, show off some new work and exclusive items from talent curated by FG art director Dust La Rock, and invite everyone to come and hang.
Following exhibitions from Cody Hudson and JK5, Daniel Albrigo, HAZE and Grotesk (you might have seen the last one pop up on your television), the next takeover of our wall will feature new multimedia work from none other than New York’s infamous Irak crew. You don’t want to miss this one…
Come through to the opening on Friday, May 4th from 7-9pm at the FG store on 536 Metropolitan Ave in Brooklyn. Artists will be in attendance, refreshments will be served, and limited edition shirts will be available (we’ll have them on the webstore too, act fast). Read More
Flosstradamus are gearing up for the 5/8 release of their Jubilation 2.0 EP on Fool’s Gold (preview “Rollup” here) with a ton of internet goodies for you. Check out their two hour BBC Radio set from “Diplo And Friends” on Mixcloud, download their collab with North Carolina’s Deniro Fararr over at Rolling Stone, check their 5 favorite remixes at Pigeons And Planes, and watch J2K rock out at home to new creation “Lana’s Theme” on YouTube after the jump. Read More
MTV just posted up all the Matt Pinfield-helmed interview segments from Danny Brown’s recent appearance on 120 Minutes, check out what he had to say about Jack White, ghettotech, Rick Rubin and more. Read More