Posted on Jan 18th, 2010
Posted on Jan 12th, 2010
Like wearing white jeans, some things are just too good to be constrained by the calendar. And while the holiday season may have passed FRIED POTATO PANCAKES aka LATKES will never go out of style. To show you how to make this classic Bubbe-inspired Jewish soul food specialty we recruited none other than Fool’s Gold honcho Mr. A-Trak to help out in de kitchen. Don’t be a putz, check this out!
Full recipe after the jump!
Posted on Dec 29th, 2009
Check this handy guide to everywhere the Fool’s Gold family will be rocking on NYE, from dueling Macklo Bros in Los Angeles to the Suzan in Tokyo to Congorock in warm and sunny Toronto. Bring on 2010! MMX is a damn fine Roman numeral. Read More
Posted on Dec 23rd, 2009
Posted on Dec 16th, 2009
A-Trak’s smash reworking of the YYYs anthem “Heads Will Roll” is out now in a limited-edition white-label vinyl pressing. Grab it at Turntable Lab while you can!
Posted on Dec 10th, 2009
The first ever FG euro tour wraps up with a bang this Saturday (12/12) in Paris at Nouveau Casino, a two-room extravaganza featuring A-Trak, Nick Catchdubs, Jokers Of The Scene and Congorock alongside local heroes Surkin, So-Me and Arthur King. Don’t miss it!
Posted on Dec 8th, 2009
Hit up URB Magazine’s “Best Of The Decade” survey to vote for Fool’s Gold as “Label Of The Decade” and A-Trak as “Artist Of The Decade” – lofty titles, to be sure, but hey!
You can also vote for A-Trak as “Artist Of The Year” and “Electronic Artist Of The Year” – as well as casting a ballot for Infinity +1 as “Compilation Of The Year” – in their 2009 Year End Readers Poll.
Posted on Nov 23rd, 2009
Our very first European label tour kicks off this week in Hamburg, then continues across the continent with A-Trak, Jokers Of The Scene, Congorock and Greenmoney forming like rave Voltron from city to city. If we skipped your town on this inaugural run, don’t worry, there’s more where this came from (plus – the limited Dust La Rock-designed tour tees will be up on the FG webstore for everyone to cop, regardless of locale).
Posted on Nov 13th, 2009
Photo by Al Meyers
In case you missed em: download A-Trak’s costumed set from “The Boo Over” right here, and a recording of his I Love Techno set at Annie Mac’s blog. And if you’d like to hear our bud talk with more than his hands, check out this East Village Radio show where Trizzy pontificates on the state of independent labels with the heads of Glassnote, DFA and French Kiss.