Posted on Jan 4th, 2011
Click to download the new Josie Stingray track “Josie,” featuring Trackademicks and 1-O.A.K. on the production tip. Honor Roll!
Posted on Jan 1st, 2011
Posted on Dec 27th, 2010
Posted on Dec 23rd, 2010
This week’s year-end wrapup edition of Washington City Paper features our friend Dave Nada in a front page story about moombahton, the caliente 110bpm subgenre he coined several months back. Check it out and be sure to download Dave’s Foolcast mix from this past March (as mentioned in the article) and grab his awesome, tempo flipping “boombahton” mix of LA Riots’ “Bombah.”
Posted on Dec 16th, 2010
Photo by Paul Gallipeau
Jokers Of The Scene recently made Toronto their home, and to celebrate the move (and the release of their “Joking Victim” single, of course) they’re taking you on a journey this Saturday at The Social, with none other than Andrew Ross of Nacho Lovers on board as co-pilot of this technotheque.
Check Facebook for the party details and pick up the “Joking Victim” single now with remixes by Shit Robot and Vin Sol. As a matter of fact, why don’t you download the Shit Robot remix gratis right now, courtesy our friends at RCRD LBL. Get moody!
For more JoVic vibes, you can also download the latest JOTS mix from their Soundcloud.
Posted on Dec 15th, 2010
Posted on Dec 15th, 2010
Posted on Dec 13th, 2010
Check out Kingdom’s collab with Shyvonne, “Mind Reader” in Pitchfork’s Top 100 Tracks of 2010. Then (if you haven’t already) go download the “blast to the head, powered along by the sheer kinetic force of its many moving parts” on iTunes, Beatport and everywhere else good music is sold (there’s vinyl too!) along with remixes by Todd Edwards, L-Vis1990 and Bok Bok.
For even more Kingdom, grab his Tiombe Lockhart-featuring “Remember” on Fool’s Gold Vol 1 as well as his excellent Night Slugs EP That Mystic (the NS crew has a comp of their own out now), and peep these recent official remixes for Rita Indiana and Sleigh Bells.
Posted on Dec 7th, 2010
NY Mag’s Vulture blog just premiered the Pomp&Clout-directed video for The Suzan’s “Home” – a kaleidoscopic pop adventure featuring four of the coolest girls we know.
There’s a iPhone / iPad app that goes along with it, allowing users to play with the kaleidoscope speed, position, angle and more themselves, while the Suzan knock out their xylophone riffs, surf guitar, and tom tom grooves. Check (and share) the video and free app all in one place at foolsgoldrecs.com/thesuzan.