Jokers of the Scene have been close to the Fool’s Gold family ever since their debut release “Y’all Know the Name” back in 2008. They recently dropped a new album End Scene, which dives into a deeper vibe and sound than their past releases. Check it out now, and be sure to grab their last FG single “Killing Jokes” and a gang of other FG JOTS tracks here.
100s speaks with Passion Of the Weiss in an in depth interview about his musical influences and sound, how he caught malaria while living in the Ivory Coast and of course his impressive hair. “Hunnids” breaks down what went into making IVRY with its fresh funk sounds that would make Rick James and Dre Dog proud. Make sure to cop the 8 tracks now over at foolsgoldrecs.com/100s
Kid Gloves unleash their 1-2 punch combo entitled Third Round, a brand new 3 track EP by the London producers and studio mad scientists, Anu Pillai and Roy Kerr. The title track premiered last week on Entertainment Weekly along with a Q&A and the entire release is up for purchase on iTunes now. Listen to the EP below including the full out R&B summer jam “Wish I Never” featuring Tawaih.
Crack TV catches up with Danny Brown backstage in London at this years Field Day. Cop a 4xLP Vinyl version of Danny Brown Old featuring instrumentals of the album all on 180 gram vinyl and in a collectible box with a full poster of the artwork.
Los Angeles is home to some of the most innovative young club producers in the nation, and Hoodboi may be the most exciting of the bunch.
It’s easy to peg this internet hero as “mysterious,” though we prefer to say that he simply lets the music do the talking. With tracks as exuberantly melodic as they are straight-up banging, Hoodboi’s tunes feel equally at home in a Jersey basement or a Pokemon bonus level. It’s an all-in approach to dance music that’s won him early praise from like-minded artists (Diplo, Ryan Hemsworth, Cashmere Cat) and fueled his rapid ascent from Soundcloud to Coachella in a matter of months.
Fresh from a sold-out Asian tour with A-Trak and a fan-favorite remix of Chromeo’s hit “Jealous,” Hoodboi officially joins the Fool’s Gold family with a new EP due later this year. Meanwhile, get a taste of his signature sound right now with “Bugaboo,” twisting Destiny’s Child’s TRL gem into three minutes and twelve seconds of pristine, futuristic club music that will warm your emoji heart. Check out DJ Hooboi live in July, dates below.
A-Trak joins this years Paper Magazine Music Issue as one of “The Most Powerful DJs in The Music Business” alongside RL Grime and Flosstradamus. Read the article now and learn about how Trizzy connects the dots in the music world and peep photos of him in some fancy boys’ digs.
“Quack” in all its vinyl glory is upon us. Let’s see how warm the duck can sound on 180 gram orange colored vinyl, housed in a full-color gatefold jacket with 12 page illustrated liner notes and download card. Buy the “Quack” Orange Colored Vinyl.
Kid Gloves is the 1-2 punch of producers Anu Pillai and Roy Kerr. These UK studio wizards have amassed one of the coolest discographies on the planet, whether they’re behind the boards for the likes of Lana Del Rey and London Grammar, or flying solo as Freeform Five and The Freelance Hellraiser. Yet when they combine forces as Kid Gloves, these two studio masters manage to knock out their freakiest dance tracks yet.
“Third Round” (Premiered on Entertainment Weekly along with a Q&A) is the most muscular take on the Kid Gloves sound to date, a six-and-a-half minute collage of electrocuted disco cuts and distorted synthesizer glory. The guys get even funkier on “Stay The Same,” changing tempos while charging into soulful house and garage territory, prepping ears for revelatory EP closer “Wish I Never,” a timeless R&B summer jam where Kid Gloves channel their inner Jacksons over slowed-down rave breaks and the smoky pipes of London diva Tawiah. Leave your genre tags in the locker room and step in the ring.