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Saturday Love – 2 B Free (AJ Christou Remix)

Posted on May 18th, 2022

Saturday Love’s timeless disco anthem “2 B Free” is remix catnip, and all three contenders knocked this one out of the park. The piano-soaked collaboration between Boston beatsmith Kon and New York vocalist Fiorious gets masterfully reinvented by heavyweight Oliver Dollar, recent favorite Baltra and up-and-comer AJ Christou. The only question now is how can you only pick one of these for your set? Listen now!

A-Trak, lllyus, Barrientos – Together At Last

Posted on May 11th, 2022

Hot off his 10 Seconds, Vol. 1 EP, veteran DJ hero A-Trak teams up with Glasgow duo Illyus & Barrientos (Toolroom, Ultra) for a juiced up house anthem with classic diva vocals. Powered by a driving bassline, “Together At Last” will send you straight to the gym or to the dancefloor, depending on the time of day that you listen. Get ready to sweat. Listen here!

A-Trak – 10 Seconds Vol 1

Posted on Mar 30th, 2022

At the height of the Covid-19 lockdown, A-Trak had a musical epiphany. Stuck at home experimenting, he remembered he had a broken E-Mu SP1200 in storage that he’d been meaning to fix for over 10 years. The mythical drum machine with a gritty 12-bit sound was the weapon of choice for so many of the producers who shaped A-Trak’s ear: from Pete Rock to Madlib, from DJ Muggs to Kenny Dope, from Todd Terry to Alan Braxe and DJ Falcon. After a chance repair job, Trizzy taught himself how to use the rare SP, chopped up everything in sight and quickly churned out the rawest house beats he’s ever made. The result is a two-part EP of uptempo head-nodders, stripped down and named after the notoriously short sample time of his new toy. Best served dirty and loud. Listen now!

A-Trak – Spit

Posted on Mar 16th, 2022

At the height of the Covid-19 lockdown, A-Trak had a musical epiphany. Stuck at home experimenting, he remembered he had a broken E-Mu SP1200 in storage that he’d been meaning to fix for over 10 years. The mythical drum machine with a gritty 12-bit sound was the weapon of choice for so many of the producers who shaped A-Trak’s ear: from Pete Rock to Madlib, from DJ Muggs to Kenny Dope, from Todd Terry to Alan Braxe and DJ Falcon. After a chance repair job, Trizzy taught himself how to use the rare SP, chopped up everything in sight and quickly churned out the rawest house beats he’s ever made. The result is a two-part EP of uptempo head-nodders, stripped down and named after the notoriously short sample time of his new toy. Best served dirty and loud. Listen now!

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A-Trak & Wongo – Groove Society

Posted on Aug 27th, 2021

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!

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WEISS & A-Trak “Funk U”

Posted on Jan 29th, 2021

“Funk U” is truth in advertising: WEISS and A-Trak moving your body with insane drums, an iconic sample, and decades of DJ expertise. Marking WEISS & A-Trak’s first official collaboration (following Trizzy’s remix of WEISS & Harry Romero’s “Where Do We Go” and years of sharing the decks in mutual admiration), the chopped-up, feel-good “Funk U” is a multi-generational joy explosion in true Fool’s Gold fashion. Listen Now!

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A-Trak & Ferreck Dawn – “My Own Way”

Posted on Jan 8th, 2021

A-Trak and Ferreck Dawn are back digging in the crates with the soulful stomp of “My Own Way.” These DJ heroes follow up their hit collaboration “Coming Home” (and a year of solo heaters with Defected and Duck Sauce) by crafting a new anthem from vintage samples and timeless house energy. Listen Now!


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The Brothers Macklovitch “I Can Call You”

Posted on Sep 24th, 2020

When A-Trak and Dave 1 of Chromeo teamed up as The Brothers Macklovitch, they set out to channel the sounds of their formative years: countless hours spent digging for records and falling in love with music as funk-hungry Montreal teens. The follow up to their debut single “Give Love To Get Some” (and its Waajeed and Morgan Geist remixes) is “I Can Call You” a cover of a little known 1995 gem by the R&B group Portrait, sped up and jazzed up like it came straight from their parents’ basement: with Dave on vocals Trizzy on the cuts. Listen Now!

The Brothers Macklovitch “Give Love To Get Some (Feat. Leven Kali)”

Posted on May 27th, 2020

Joining a storied lineage of family entertainers like the Isleys, the Allmans, and the Baldwins, Grammy-nominated siblings A-Trak and Dave1 have made their mother happy and finally teamed up as The Brothers Macklovitch. The turntable icon and Chromeo frontman meld funky influences from their formative days (Jamiroquai, Brand New Heavies, Masters At Work) with crisp production and soulful hooks, aided by rising R&B star Leven Kali on debut Fool’s Gold single “Give Love To Get Some.” Listen now!

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A-Trak & Loods “What Can I Do”

Posted on Nov 22nd, 2019

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!

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