Canadian producer Ryan Hemsworth has been setting the internets on fire like none other with his unique, emo take on trunk rattling beats. He’s a been a favorite of FG for a minute (we just enlisted him to remix Bruiser Brigade!) so we’re proud to present this mix of some of his biggest bootlegs, where he reworks rap favorites from Top 40 mainstays and underground kingz alike, turning them into woozy digital bangers in his signature, lushly chopped-up style.
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Ryan will be dropping a DJ set at the Fool’s Gold Five Year Anniversary Party this Saturday at Music Hall Of Williamsburg. It’s free all night, come thru at 9pm and check the man in action alongside Ghostface Killah, A-Trak, Flosstradamus and more. Read More
You know why the drop says “Cardo on the beat”? BECAUSE CARDO IS REALLY ON THESE BEATS FOOL! The tireless funkster has been in the studio night and day, whipping up cuts like this new one for King Chip, complete with baby noises woven throughout. Check it! Cardo’s instrumental EP Everything I$ Gold is out now on Fool’s Gold, and you can also get wavy to a two-hour Foolcast mix of his productions for other artists.
If you’re tryna rock and roll this week in NYC, The Suzan have you covered! Check our gals tonight (10/16) at Public Assembly in Williamsburg for Permanent Wave’s “Party Down” event, tomorrow (10/17) at Webster Hall’s Marlin Room for the “Surprise Attack!” showcase, and Saturday (10/20) at Tom Tom Magazine’s CMJ Afterparty at Free Candy in Brooklyn. More info + details on the Suzan’s blog.
Vol 3 kicks off with Baxta’s awesomely shuffling “Whateva” and proceeds to bounce everywhere from high powered house tracks like Mason’s “Get It Together” and Vin Sol’s “Sensuous Blaqq,” to half time chunkers like Mr Mitch’s “Zippo” and 813′s apocolyptic trunk rattler “Sanctum,” and totally unclassifiable, thoroughly awesome cuts like Astronomar’s “Hacksaw.” Dig in to these jams now, and stay tuned for the next ones…
(Grab Vol. 1 and Vol.2 now on iTunes, Beatport and all other digital retailers for big tunes from Flosstradamus and Baauer, Wax Motif, Starkey, XXXChange, His Majesty Andre, Anna Lunoe and more!
If you liked chef / raconteur Eddie Huang’s guestappearances on Food Gold, you’ll love his new show for Vice, Fresh Off The Boat. Peep the first episode, featuring guns, rabbits, and more, and stay tuned for more real eats and real talk.
The latest edition of The Fader‘s excellent Beat Construction series (penned by none other than rapp guru Noz) features a chat with Cardo, who talks about the roots of his gangsta boogie, working with Wiz Khalifa, Pepto Bismol, and more. Check it out, and get Cardo’s debut instrumental release Everything I$ Gold, out now on FG!
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!
Fool’s Gold is gettin’ grown! Our annual anniversary bashes are the stuff of legend, and the fifth one takes place on Saturday, October 20th as part of the ongoing Converse Rubber Tracks Live series of free concerts at Music Hall Of Williamsburg.
The showcase will feature performances from A-Trak, Flosstradamus, Nick Catchdubs, Donnis, World’s Fair, and Troy Ave (all of whom have recorded at the Converse Rubber Tracks studio, and have music featured on our upcoming hip-hop compilation, Loosies). And in true Fool’s Gold fashion, the night will be headlined by rap iconoclast Ghostface Killah. WHAT?!?!? It’s another can’t-miss night out with music’s golden boys…. we’ll see you there! Read More