Our last release of 2013 is a doozy: the title track from Sinden’s Ring Around The Moon EP gets remixed by CZ, Mixhell and High Klassified, taking the Mykki Blanco-featuring jam in cosmic new directions. Get it now on iTunes, Beatport and everywhere else fine digital music is sold.
If that’s not enough Sinden-related new new for ya, we’ve also got a bonus remix from Matrixxman for free download: grab his “Mayhem Mixx” of Ring Around The Moon cut “Almost Gone” below!
DJ / production polymath Sinden is a consistently welcome presence in our speakers, connecting the dots between genres, eras and VIBES like none other, year after year. He’s been an extended Fool’s Gold family member since day one, and we are excited to welcome him back to the label with the Ring Around The Moon EP, out today on Beatport! Read More
DJ / production polymath Sinden is a consistently welcome presence in our speakers, connecting the dots between genres, eras and VIBES like none other, year after year. He’s been an extended Fool’s Gold family member since day one, and we are excited to welcome him back to the label with the Ring Around The Moon EP, dropping this Tuesday (7/2) on Beatport.
Ring Around The Moon is a collection of extremely self-assured house and techno cuts that manage to be deep and dangerous at the same (damn) time. The unexpected kinks and textures of “Almost Gone” (premiered today by The Fader) and “Mathmatical” mark new territory for Sinden, while the title track (featuring vocals from underground superstar Mykki Blanco) is a mood masterpiece of hypnotic organ riffs, jacking percussion and sampled baby cries. Turn off the lights and get galactic…
After last March’s inaugural Miami Rap Party and the Holy Ship! edition this January, you know what to expect from FGRP: a welcome break from dance festivals’ non-stop UNTZ UNTZ UNTZ as we bring some of the best DJs in the world to drop boom bap bangers, r&b classics, Real Trap Shit™ and other jammms designed for maximum afternoon enjoyment. And it’s free!
The Echoplex was the place to be last month, with the Fool’s Gold crew taking over the Check Yo Ponytail party for a night of raps, revelry and BRUISER MOTHERFUCKIN BRIGADE! Danny Brown headlined a night that also featured Kid Sister (backed by Sinden and J2K of Flosstradamus), Main Attrakionz, Party Supplies and Thee Mike B. Check out Spin’s gallery of shots by Nathaniel Turner, a bunch of Shadowscene flicks, video of Schoolboy Q coming out for “Blunt After Blunt,” as well as a megacollection of photos and videos from our homie Glenjamn! Peep more from him after the jump.
If that’s not enough, check the party on NBC tonight when Danny makes his network television debut on Last Call With Carson Daly, airing tonight (well, Thursday morning if you want to get technical) at 1:35 am after Jimmy Fallon. Set them TiVOs. Read More
Kid Sis recently got in the studio with Riff Raff to jump on a track produced by Sinden and 5kinandbone5, and you can check the results above. Suffice it to say, they brought the rice out. Stay tuned for Kid Sister’s new EP!
Acronymapalooza! This Saturday (12/18) the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival kicks off at Music Hall Of Williamsburg / Public Assembly (they’re next door neighbors) with a bounty of FG artists and fam on board to rave out with you: Kid Sister, Treasure Fingers, Kingdom, Sinden and many many more. Get advance tickets at Ticketfly; and if you want to test your luck, Nicky Digital is giving away a pair of passes on his blog.
Fool’s Gold’s fresh coast representer Trackademicks is featured on Track #1 of Count & Sinden’s long awaited Mega Mega Mega LP, out this August. The final tracklist was revealed today, and you can check a teaser of their collab “Do You Really Want It” along with snippets of the rest of the LP on this new promo mix.
Get psyched – and while you’re at it, grab the exclusive FG edition of C&S club destroyer “Mega” (with Jokers Of The Scene and Harvard Bass remixes) on iTunes, Beatport, and vinyl.
We’re getting flashbacks to the Screaming Bloody Murder days with the news that Sinden and Jokers Of The Scene are teaming up for some tour dates this month, starting 4/20 (woah) at Czar in Tampa, then hitting Columbus, Bloomington, SLC and Oklahoma City. The shows are FREE thanks to our pals at Scion, and you can RSVP for them here. Franki Chan and DJ Eleven will be along for the trek, don’t miss em.