Hoodboi is one of LA’s most vibrant electronic producers, bringing emotional depth to club cuts on EPs like Sahara and Breathing Room. On the disco-tinged new single “High Fidelity,” Hoodboi flips those signature sounds into an anthem for his monthly Comfort Zone party, whose slogan says it all: “NO SET TIMES, NO GENRE, NO FILTER. Listen now!
A-Trak and Friend Within are a house music tag team like none other on the soaring, stomping “Blaze.” A-Trak first enlisted the UK club champ to remix his feel good summer single “Work It Out,” and their debut original collaboration is a supercharged sequel. With chunky, funky drum work, ecstatic piano riffs, and an insistent, cut up vocal, “Blaze” keeps A-Trak’s uptempo hot streak going well into the new year.
Grammy nominated DJ hero A-Trak teams up with Australia born, London based producer Loods for “What Can I Do,” a classic, piano driven house cut. It’s the first of several new Trizzy collaborations to release in the coming months, all featuring the instantly catchy, hands in the air funkiness that the Fool’s Gold co-founder has made his signature! Listen Now!
Fool’s Gold co-founder Nick Catchdubs’ alien beats get even crazier on the new UFO RMX compilation, featuring chunky reworks of his UFO LP from international producers like Kastle, Tittsworth, Masayoshi Iimori, Air Credits, Shash’U, Tony Quattro and more. Listen Now!
Da Odd Couple is Rob Swift and Mista Sinista: legendary turntablists, founding members of the X-Ecutioners crew (who collaborated with everyone from Kool G Rap and Cypress Hill to Mike Patton and Mike Shinoda) and, alongside the late Roc Raida, early mentors to a teenage Canadian DJ prodigy named A-Trak. The duo’s self titled EP dropping on Trizzy’s Fool’s Gold label isn’t just a modern day turntable hero paying tribute to his OGs, but an energetic, psychedelic collection of scratch-based beats that (head) nod to the future while embracing the genre’s roots. In true FG fashion, it sounds like nothing else out right now! Listen Now!
HERO shares new tales of of late night creeps and early morning emotions on his raw and addictive new CRY BABY EP. From the title track’s distorted drum machine funk to the warped computer vocals of “ROT IN PIECES,” the multifaceted Montreal producer (who wrote, performed and recorded every note of CRY BABY) continues to expand on the genre-less approach he’s described as “putting familiar sounds through a VHS player.” Listen Now
The mind-bending scratches of “The Reappearance” come courtesy of Da Odd Couple, aka legendary DJs Rob Swift and Mista Sinista. These founding members of the X-Ecutioners were early mentors to a teenage A-Trak during the late ‘90s indie hip-hop heyday, but there’s nothing retro about their new project. Da Odd Couple’s psychedelic cuts point to the boundless potential of scratch beatsand hip-hop’s ageless battle ethos. Listen Now!
“ROT IN PIECES” is an electro-warped cut from HERO’s upcoming CRY BABY EP (out 11/7 on Fool’s Gold). Synthesized computer vocals, dirty slap bass and distorted drum work are among the many reasons why we love this Montreal producer and his addictively dark love songs. Listen Now !
HERO returns with “CRY BABY,” the dark, funky title track from his upcoming EP (out 11/7). His first original music since 2018’s Dirty Work EP marks a new chapter for HERO’s signature sound: sonically and emotionally raw, with blown-out 808s perfect for blacklight dancefloors and after-hours drives alike. Listen now
Hoodboi continues to curate soulful, hybrid vibes on the new Sahara EP. The influential El Paso-born, LA-based producer / DJ took his time crafting a follow-up to 2018’s breakthrough Breathing Room, and it shows. From the title track’s sunrise-worthy piano riffs to the earworm hooks of “Water Runs Dry” featuring Dirty Radio and energetic, club-ready closer “Higher,” Sahara is Hoodboi taking his house-inspired sound to new elevations. Listen Now!