Vancouver’s Juelz has been seamlessly combining hip-hop and electronic music as a producer and DJ, making noise on the scene thanks to original productions and collabs with the likes of Josh Pan, Falcons, Promnite and bbno$. His new Shanghai Nights EP on Fool’s Gold has been meticulously crafted over the past year, filled with futuristic hybrids like the Ruby Chase collab “Closure,” “Milo’s Song” with rising R&B star Ye Ali, and much more. Get familiar!
Jesse And The Wolf is a new project from New York DJ and producer Jesse Marco, eschewing trends in search of musical freedom while bringing the cut-n-paste vibes of vintage hip hop and electronica up to speed for a new generation. Hot on the heels of mystery mixtape Free Love and high-powered single “Selecta” featuring Ghostface Killah and Juelz Santana, JATW return to Fool’s Gold with “Talk To Me,” a soulful, irresistible earworm ready to crash into your Chemical Brothers and DJ Shadow playlists. Turn on and turn up!
A-Trak reaches into his trusty disco-house bag for “Work It Out,” a shimmery, harmonized number that will have you driving into the sunset. Promises of being “together, oh! forever” float over a French Touch-inspired bassline that mixes feel good familiarity with new school bounce. This is A-Trak’s sweet spot, a soulful house groove that appeals to beat diggers and beach party crews alike. Turn it up!
“From The Top” is the latest freaked and geeked beat from Fool’s Gold co-founder and NYC DJ/producer Nick Catchdubs, taken from his upcoming UFO LP. It’s a cut-and-paste banger in signature Catchdini fashion, mixing caffeinated bass drops, glitched-out vocals and angelic synth pads for a late night near you. Play it loud!
Vancouver’s Juelz shares more of his high-powered hybrid sound on “Milo’s Song,” a collaboration with “Traphouse Jodeci” Ye Ali. Their track laces R&B melodies over bass-heavy club knock, crafting a futuristic, dramatic cut that’s a highlight of Juelz’ Shanghai Nights EP (out 5/3 on Fool’s Gold). Listen here!
Vancouver producer Juelz has been seamlessly combining hip-hop and electronic music as a producer and DJ, making noise with original productions and collabs with the likes of Josh Pan, Falcons, Promnite and bbno$. His forthcoming Shanghai Nights EP on Fool’s Gold has been meticulously crafted over the past year, melding classically trained chops and futuristic inspirations to create tracks like “Closure” featuring Ruby Chase. Juelz stacks Ruby’s haunting melodies over rave-ready synths and his signature drum work, teasing the neon-drenched vibes the new EP has in store for fans new and old. Listen up now & pre-save the EP here.
New York rapper, artist and entrepreneur Tabby Wakes is a breath of fresh air in her hometown’s musical scene. After making a splash this winter with single and video “Tabby Night” (“A blend of trap, rap, and some catchy pop vibes… an alluring work of art” – Earmilk), she showcases more of her melodic sound with new single “Angel.” Collaborating once again with co-producer Brenmar, “Angel” is a bittersweet bop taken from her forthcoming Fool’s Gold EP, a slow jam about old crushes perfect for late nights and early mornings alike. Turn it up!
Brooklyn-born Tabby Wakes is the latest original voice to take flight on Fool’s Gold, via the irresistible “Tabby Night.” Featuring Brenmar on the boards with Tabby, “Tabby Night” is a candy coated banger with a dark center, teasing all of the unexpectedly catchy sounds Tabby has cooked up for her debut EP, out soon on FG.
Incorporating elements of R&B, dance and pop with a punk spirit, Canada’s HERO has no genre. Describing his approach as “putting familiar sounds through a VHS player,” HERO’s debut Dirty Work EP on Fool’s Gold features six self-produced tracks exploring the underbelly of romance over a darkly catchy, electronic pulse. From the title track (with its striking music video, filmed in Oslo with director Johannes Greve Muskat) to slow jam “Stay the Night,” Dirty Work might be FG’s most cinematic release to date, and the sound of an auspicious new artist merging his influences into one singular vision.