The latest friend of FG to hit the road for Scion A/V’s free, monthly radio tours is Style Of Eye, who will be hitting Atlanta, San Diego, New Orleans and Chicago later this month along with Drop The Lime, Gina Turner and Franki Chan. RSVP here and go party with ’em.
“Homeless,” SoE’s collaboration with Slagsmålsklubben, is out now on Fool’s Gold with some crazy remixes from Busy P & Neus and Canblaster. You need it in your life!
Todd Edwards chopping Kingdom into jack-your-body heaven? Check. Boy 8 Bit kinking out Jokers Of The Scene’s “Revolting Joks”? Yep. CFCF vs Nacho Lovers in a Canadian icicle synth showdown? We got you. Make merry and check the full lineup after the jump. Read More
Sike, our Vancouver pal has more of a home than ever, now that he just relaunched his website with all kind of treats – including this new Fall mix featuring a homemade, supercharged version of one of our recent releases all up in the tracklisting. We’re happy to share that same “Homeless” edit with you today as a standalone DJ treat!
The latest Foolcast comes to us courtesy of Style Of Eye, who put together this mini-mix of groovy, quirky jams to go along with his newly-released single (in collab with Slagsmålsklubben) “Homeless.” There’s some SoE originals and remixes, appearances from FG family and friends, and surprises. Dig in!
Just when you thought it was safe, the FG releasemania continues…
“Homeless” is the unexpected collaboration between techno trailblazer Style Of Eye and synth maniacs Slagsmålsklubben. The two forces came together to craft one of the most intoxicating dance records in recent memory, stacking electronic riffs Jenga-style atop layers of shuffling, stomping tribal percussion and spaced-out chants. As experimental as it is undeniably funky, “Homeless” comes backed by an appropriately mind-bending package of remixes: Ed Banger chief Busy P and Neus link up for a “cadavre exquis” version “remixed for the girls by Busy P and tweaked for the clubs by Neus,” while rising young producer Canblaster contributes a hyperactive, video-game inspired remix, complete with it’s own announcer! All three tunes sound like nothing else out there, making it only natural that “Homeless” would find its home on Fool’s Gold.