Category: Releases

KISSEY “Unplug”

Posted on Dec 2nd, 2016

KISSEY is the newest live wire generating sparks under the Fool’s Gold umbrella. This Stockholm-raised, New York-based creative is keeping the details of her debut release under wraps for 2017, but with a live performance on deck this Saturday (12/3) at the official FG afterparty for Scope in Art Basel, it’s a perfect time for KISSEY to tease “Unplug,” produced by Sean C and LV.

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Promnite feat Denzel Curry, Nell, J.K. The Reaper & Twelve’len “Gunsmoke”

Posted on Nov 30th, 2016

Promnite is a master of moods. From futuristic house and hip-hop to throwback funk and r&b vibes, this LA-based producer and DJ has a catalog of slaps for every occasion, both solo and in collaboration with like-minded explorers Mr. Carmack, Djemba Djemba and his own Athletixx squad.

“Gunsmoke” is the first taste of Promnite’s new Fool’s Gold project and a fitting curtain call for 2016: heavy vibes taking listeners over the ledge and leaping into an unknown future. With new school rap hero Denzel Curry getting righteous on the mic (returning the favor for the Promnite-produced “Story: No Title” on his acclaimed Imperial) alongside Nell, J.K. The Reaper & Twelve’len, “Gunsmoke” cranks the feels (and the snares) to 11, setting a tone for Promnite’s most vivid and personal collection to date.

Leaf “Plate”

Posted on Nov 21st, 2016

Leaf is ready to heat up the holidays—and beyond—with her new single “Plate,” out today on Fool’s Gold / RPM MSC. Keeping the momentum rolling from summer bangers “Money” and “Nada” (feat Lil Yachty), “Plate” might be Leaf’s bass-iest, bossiest moment yet. Crank it up, cut yourself a slice, and stay tuned for more on Leaf’s debut Trinity LP out early next year.

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Tommy Trash “Group Chat” EP

Posted on Nov 18th, 2016

Tommy Trash’s newest Fool’s Gold project is a family affair like none other. The electro emperor’s Group Chat EP was assembled during the “Gold Gone Wild” tour, which paired Tommy with some of FG’s newest and truest talents, from label founders A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs to LA young guns Madeaux, Kittens and Gladiator. From the moment that first drop hits, you can tell that this project was created with the previous night’s set still ringing in the collaborators’ ears; Group Chat ain’t no quickie collage, however. Tommy’s lifetime of dance music expertise serves as a masterful spirit guide for the anything-goes experimentation, connecting the dots between A-Trak’s pop smarts and and Catchdubs’ cut-n-paste hip hop chops, adding extra oomph to Kittens late-night breakbeats and Gladiator’s trap symphonies, and polishing Madeaux’s industrial-strength darkness into a techno gem far greater than the sum of its parts. Teamwork makes the dream work… text this one to a friend near you! Read More

K$ace “Treadmill”

Posted on Nov 17th, 2016

20 year old K$ace (pronounced like Donatella and Gianni) is a new New York legend in the making. After spending his summer grabbing the aux cord and taking over parties from GHE20GOTH1K to Fool’s Gold DAY OFF — and taking over billboards nationwide as the face of YouTube Music — this street style prankster is set to run the rest of the year with “Treadmill,” his uber-melodic new single. It’s a wavy mission statement from one of FG’s most charismatic new recruits, play loud and run your bands up. (Then ROFL at the workout plan-worthy vid!) Read More

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Callie Reiff “Shadow Dancing” EP

Posted on Nov 10th, 2016

Callie Reiff brings the party everywhere she goes, and her new Shadow Dancing EP is a perfect snapshot of this teenage NYC DJ/producer in motion: hybrid bass, uptempo breaks, and boundless energy. The title track bangs alongside “Jawbreaker,” an equally high-powered collab with KANDY, and three brand new “Shadow Dancing” remixes from Lil Texas, JSTJR and Havok Roth. Hit the lights and hit the floor!

Drunken Masters feat Portugal. The Man “Louder”

Posted on Nov 4th, 2016

Drunken Masters have lived up to their name with party-ready remixes and Waka Flocka-sampling bootlegs currently blasting in a festival tent near you. But now, in a most excellent plot twist, the Bavarian DJ duo use a song titled “Louder” to show off their softer side (There’s got to be a German word for that.) With psych rockers Portugal. The Man providing woozy melodies over a hypnotic, finger-snapping drop, Drunken Masters trade in their 4am ragers for a pleasant all-day buzz. Prost!

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