Karma Kid and Luke Fono have been pushing UK dance sounds forward for a decade, with anthemic cuts like Fono’s “Real Joy” (championed by Annie Mac, The Magician and Calvin Harris) and KK’s in-demand remixes (spanning hitmakers from Dua Lipa to Duke Dumont) never leaving the USBs of your favorite DJs. On their debut Fool’s Gold EP BOSSA, the duo combine forces to go even harder, deeper and weirder: “Life Of The Party” enlists NYC icon Cakes da Killa for a crazy catwalk stomper, “Soul Seeker” brings ecstatic afterparty vibes, and the insanely energetic title track stretches tribal house sounds into unclassifiable new forms.
Grandtheft is an award winning Toronto DJ and producer whose eclectic, muscular approach to electronic music explodes from festival stages and movie trailers alike. After years of remixes and collaborations with some of the biggest names in music (Calvin Harris, Diplo, Katy Perry) and his own hit “Easy Go” with Delaney Jane, Grandtheft returns to his hip-hop roots with the Wild Ways album on Fool’s Gold. Whether he’s giving fellow Canadian trailblazer Jazz Cartier a triumphant homecoming on “B.I.G.,” crafting futuristic bounce with festival superstar Flosstradamus on “Clocks” or masterminding the slow rolling Memphis team-up “What You Wanna Do” with rising star Duke Deuce and Three 6 Mafia legend Gangsta Boo, Wild Ways is a non-stop party that only Grandtheft could put together. Listen Now!
Karma Kid and Luke Fono continue to tease their Fool’s Gold EP, BOSSA, with the ecstatic “Soul Seeker.” Hot on the heels of “Life Of The Party” featuring Cakes da Killa, “Soul Seeker” is another feel good, inventive DJ must-have from two leading lights of the UK scene. Listen Now!
Grandtheft teams with Memphis icons Gangsta Boo and Duke Deuce for “What You Wanna Do,” flipping classic turn-up vibes with his signature electronic textures and DJ-friendly bounce. Break out the footwork and get ready for Grandtheft’s Wild Ways LP, featuring this and many more collabs from the Canadian club champ including “B.I.G” with Jazz Cartier and “Clocks” with Flosstradamus, Kgnogarnett and Dom Vallie. Listen Now!
Karma Kid and Luke Fono are two of UK dance music’s most dynamic producers, and Cakes da Killa is a NYC microphone (and style) icon. Together, they are truly the “Life Of The Party,” mixing up a combustive club cocktail that’s a perfect introduction to the world of KK & LF’s upcoming Fool’s Gold EP, BOSSA Listen Now!
Grandtheft is an award winning Toronto DJ and producer whose eclectic, muscular approach to electronic music explodes from festival stages and movie trailers alike. After years of remixes and collaborations with some of the biggest names in music and his own hit “Easy Go” with Delaney Jane, Grandtheft returns to his hip-hop roots with the triumphant horns and knocking drums of “B.I.G.,” teaming up with fellow Canadian trailblazer Jazz Cartier to pay tribute to (and one up) their rap heroes. Listen Now!
Boston producer/DJ Durkin’s latest Live A Little release channels 80s disco boogie vibes with the mysterious Antenna King on “No Help.” B-side bop “Washed” featuring First Year Project takes us back to the future for even more feel good dance music with a classic Fool’s Gold spin. Listen Now!
DJ hero and Duck Sauce half A-Trak continues a hot streak of house collabs by joining forces with Australian bassmeister Wongo for their aptly titled “Groove Society.” Cheeky cuts and undeniable funkiness make this a perfect Fool’s Gold summer jam, play loud and stay tuned for more from this globetrotting club duo. Listen Now!
Durkin reteams with Maka Oceania for the house bounce of “Walkathon,” the latest drop from his Live A Little series and an anthem for digital divas worldwide. It’s paired with the whispery stepper “Thirty Three,” where longtime collaborator Black El takes the project’s rest and relaxation ethos to absurd lyrical levels. “Are you stressed? You should listen to Pusha T, sipping tea.” Listen Now!
Palmistry is the ever evolving musical identity of singer, songwriter and producer Benjy Keating. His signature take on electronic pop – from dancehall bangers to uptempo club sounds – manages to push the form to futuristic new heights while being deeply vulnerable and palpably human. wyrdo, Palmistry’s debut Fool’s Gold LP, is his first full length since 2019’s Afterlife, branching out into new timelines inspired by a move to California and a year locked down. From the ethereal lullaby of the title track to “fk a deal”’s fractured dance grooves and the smoky, cinematic “Oceanic Healing” (complete with impressionistically beautiful music video), wyrdo is another intimate adventure into the unknown with one of music’s most unique voices. Listen Now!