A-Trak and Zinc enlisted dancehall vixen Natalie Storm to liven up their already-massive cut “Stingray” and the awesome “Like The Dancefloor” was the result. Watch the official music video (live from Notting Hill Carnival in London) and grab the new single – a joint release between Fool’s Gold and Rinse – out today on iTunes, Beatport and everywhere else fine digital music is sold. It comes backed with mega remixes from Shadow Child, Dismantle and JWLS. Drop it down and cop dat! Read More
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
This Sunday (10/7) the crew hits Los Angeles for our first ever West Coast edition of DAY OFF, featuring A-Trak, Danny Brown, Chromeo (DJ Set), Cool Kids, Casey Veggies, Congorock, Oliver, Donnis, Kingdom, Nick Catchdubs and special guests.
The response to our initial Day Off LA announcement was so crazy that we hit capacity on RSVPs only a few hours later! We held some space though, and will be releasing 500 additional RSVPs on the website today at noon PST. (If you’ve already RSVPed, hold tight – venue info will be emailed to you before the event).
For three years running, our annual DAY OFF party has been THE most talked about free music event in New York. The Labor Day extravaganza has featured the likes of Juicy J, A$AP Rocky, Just Blaze, Araabmuzik and the late, great DJ Mehdi. This year’s party was raved about by the New York Times, Village Voice, Pitchfork and countless others. So it’s only right that we transport our hometown insanity to the West Coast for the first-ever Los Angeles DAY OFF on Sunday, October 7th!
Highlights of Cali’s inaugural DAY OFF lineup include performances from FG capo A-Trak and the label’s reigning rap hero Danny Brown, a special DJ set from world class funksters Chromeo, longtime homies and 808 kings the Cool Kids, LA favorite Casey Veggies, and many more of Fool’s Gold’s illustrious artists, including Congorock, Oliver, Donnis, Kingdom, Nick Catchdubs, and special guests. You do not want to miss this one!
Who’s house? FOOL’S HOUSE! We’re keeping heads and doorbells ringing all this month for the Fool’s Gold House Party tour, a trek across the US where A-Trak, Flosstradamus and Donnis will be bringing their patented blend of party rocking to non-traditional venues, DIY spaces and, yes, peoples houses! Venue details and info announced the week of the show, sign up for info at djatrak.com/houseparty.
Check out this new mix from Zinc for Fact Magazine, featuring a teaser of the Natalie Storm version of his A-Trak collab “Stingray,” as well as another new Trizzy collab (with Tommy Trash!) and other expertly bumping tracks.
Tune in to BBC Radio 1 tomorrow night (Saturday, 9/8) for a two hour Fool’s Gold takeover of Diplo & Friends, featuring brand new DJ sets from FG bossalinis A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs. It goes down at 8pm NYC time, 5pm LA time, and 1am (Sunday!) in the UK. If you missed the live broadcast, grab the mixes from these two gents’ Soundclouds after the jump. Read More