Hey kids, physical media! The people asked for Catchdini’s album IRL and we obliged. (We’ll let the man himself take it from here…)
About a year ago I put out my album Smoke Machine, and people kept hitting me up about pressing it on CD ever since. So in place of a cake, we’ll celebrate with twelve tracks on compact disc, along with the More Smoke remix EP as a bonus, extra illustrations from cover artist Niv Bavarsky, and some shout-outs and hidden messages. Get your copy now at the FG store, and geek on some liner notes while you’re at it! Read More
Rogerseventytwo’s insanely catchy “You Take Me Higher” continues to make new fans (HI WOLFGANG!) thanks to its infectious vocal loops and boundless sense of joy. Ministry Of Sound re-released the track in Europe earlier this year along with some remixes, including this chunky version by our bud Proper Villains. Check it out…
Word is still spreading about our afterparties in Austin this year with iheartcomix, Past Yo Bedtime. Dancing! Sweating! Raving! In a damn shopping mall!
We put together two nights of revelry featuring A-Trak, Treasure Fingers, Nadastrom, Just Blaze, Brodinski, Drop The Lime, Kastle, Flosstradamus, Nick Catchdubs, Franki Chan, Proper Villains, Jackie Chain, Penguin Prison, Sammy Bananas and more. Check the recap video for a taste of the vibes, and some of our favorite photos (by Trevor M. Banta and Jenni Westbrook) after the jump, full gallery here. There’s also a gallery of gumball machine portraits by Tommy B here. Read More
BK record spinner (and FG co-founder) Nick Catchdubs has been in the lab working on a gang of new musical projects, two of which are out for public consumption this week. First up is a collab with Proper Villains remixing the Cataracs’ “Club Love,” which premiered today on RCRD LBL.
Nick’s mix of dancehall detonator “Click Mi Finger” dropped Tuesday as part of a brand new Erup remix EP featuring Porier, Grahamzilla and Lunice (word to being the only non-Canadian remixer, USA! USA! USA!) that you can stream over at The Fader and purchase on iTunes and wherever else fine digital music is sold. More goodies out shortly…