Posted on Nov 3rd, 2010
Posted on Nov 2nd, 2010
Posted on Oct 27th, 2010
We celebrated three years of Fool’s Gold by closing out Pitchfork #Offline at Brooklyn Bowl on Saturday, October 23rd 2010. It was a crazy evening of anniversary revelry, starring our friends and fam new and old: A-Trak, Treasure Fingers, Donnis, CyHi Da Prynce, The Suzan, Kingdom, Araabmuzik on the MPC, and guest appearances by GZA of the Wu Tang Clan and this Kanye West fellow you might have heard of. OUR CHAIN HEAVY! Read More
Posted on Oct 25th, 2010
The first full-length albums on FG are available for download today on iTunes and everywhere else fine digital music is sold. Stop what you’re doing and grab Fool’s Gold Vol 1 (featuring new music from the whole fam) and Golden Week For The Poco Poco Beat this second!
Posted on Oct 20th, 2010
Posted on Oct 20th, 2010
Posted on Oct 19th, 2010
Check A-Trak and a bunch of our buds in LA next weekend for Hard Haunted Mansion. Busy P & Brodinski are among said buds, and they also happened to put together a promo mix for the party (featuring Duke Dumont’s awesome “Thudding Like Elmer” remix of LA Riots’ “The Drop,” out now on FG) that you should download immediately.
If that’s not enough seasonal revelry for ya, check Chromeo, Trizzy, Kid Sister and Theophilus London in Chicago for “Freaky Deaky 2″ at the Congress Theatre in Chicago on Oct 30th. As Jim Jones might say: SPOOKY!
Posted on Oct 15th, 2010
Like we always do at this time…
Come celebrate three years of Fool’s Gold next weekend as we close out the Pitchfork #Offline festival at Brooklyn Bowl with an evening of anniversary revelry starring our friends and fam new and old: A-Trak, Treasure Fingers, Donnis, CyHi Da Prynce, The Suzan, Kingdom and even Araabmuzik on the MPC. Not to be missed!
It all goes down on Saturday, October 23rd – just in time for the release of the compilation album and The Suzan’s Golden Week For The Poco Poco Beat two days later – and all info on tickets (just $10!) and the rest of the fest can be found on the #Offline website.
Posted on Oct 14th, 2010
Just because A-Trak has become an international dance superstar doesn’t mean he can’t throw down pure hip-hop bangers with the best of them. So for his contribution to Fool’s Gold Vol 1, Trizzy goes straight for the subwoofers with “Ray Ban Vision,” enlisting G.O.O.D. Music upstart CyHi Da Prynce (who you last heard stealing the show on Kanye’s “So Appalled”) to drop extra-fly couplets on top of all the scratched-in synths and atomic kick drums. Grab it at RCRD LBL and check for the rest of our comp when it drops on 10/25.
For more CyHi, download his new Royal Flush mixtape, which also premiered today.