Posted on Sep 25th, 2008 by Mr Goldbar
FCZ x PT’s single (named after the raucous Sing Sing party they created in Seattle) reinvents the party record for the skinny jeans/big sneaker generation with a collection of gloriously stoopid Jock Jam riffs, gigantic drum fills, and looped-up chants, all with DJ-friendly extended intros and accapella outros for mixing. Sammy’s EP is the follow-up to last year’s High Top Fades, upping the ante conceptually (every track is a cleverly reworked tribute to a different 90s female r&b anthem, hence the Braids & Fades title) while showing off Sammy’s rapid growth as a producer. His sound is more funky than fidget, ditching trendy production tricks to craft a genuinely refreshing take on club music that’s pure pop satisfaction! Turntable Lab has you covered:
Posted on Aug 6th, 2008 by Mr Goldbar
The long-awaited debut from ATL producer turned BK neighbor Treasure Fingers is finally out, and we are psyched.
“Cross The Dancefloor” has been turning out dancefloors all year long as a pre-release, and this official, newly mixed and mastered version knocks extra hard. We’ve gone and backed it with huge remixes from Laidback Luke, Lifelike and Curses!, along with a handy “Shake-A-Pella” for all your mixing needs. “MASSIF CHUNES!” as they say.
Posted on Aug 6th, 2008 by Mr Goldbar
Sorry, we had to film this as soon as we got the wax in the office. Hypnotize minds! As previously teased, we are proud to bring you Kavinsky’s Blazer EP, a limited-edition release (only 1,000 of these bad boys!) for North America, featuring the bangers “Testarossa Autodrive,” “Dead Cruiser,” “Grand Canyon” and the previously unreleased “1986,” all wrapped up in glorious picture disc artwork from Dust La Rock on thick, LOUD vinyl. The video clip doesn’t do justice, so grab it at Turntable Lab and anywhere fine records are sold. We’ll have more from our undead friend on the blog very soon…
Posted on Jul 17th, 2008 by Mr Goldbar
You can grab Kid Cudi’s new mixtape “A Kid Named Cudi” (a Plain Pat and Emile production) right here. Come out to the Red Bull Space on 40 Thompson St in NYC tonight (7.17) for the release party, featuring a performance from Cudi and DJ sets from Nick Catchdubs, Plain Pat and 88 Keys. RSVP and get there early!
Posted on Jul 15th, 2008 by Mr Goldbar
This Thursday (7.17) in NYC, come check out Kid Cudi and celebrate the release of his new mixtape A Kid Named Cudi at the Red Bull Space in NYC. 10.Deep pressed up physical CDs and made some limited edition shirts to go along with the mix, Heineken and Belvedere brought the beverages, Nick Catchdubs, Plain Pat and 88 Keys will be providing the tunes, and Cudi will be performing. RSVP here, check out the rest of the flyer, tracklist, and shirt after the jump. Read More
Posted on Jul 10th, 2008 by Mr Goldbar
Posted on Jun 30th, 2008 by Mr Goldbar
While Kid Sister was away at the BET Awards (pics on her MySpace) and performing at Glastonbury, we figured it was time to drop this vinyl-only remix EP, featuring brand new versions of “Control” by JFK of MSTRKRFT and our own LA Riots, as well as “Pro Nails” mixes by SMD (aka Simian Mobile Disco) and DJ Gant-Man. You can purchase it at Turntable Lab and fine vinyl emporiums worldwide. But that wasn’t enough! We didn’t want to leave our record player-less friends high and dry, so we decided to give away promo mp3s on our RCRD LBL page, starting with JFK’s “Control.” Grab it here and stay tuned for more!
Posted on Jun 25th, 2008 by A-Trak
Dudes! You’ve known since this post that I was about to come out with a record for all your jogging needs. This is essentially my first record — can you feel the excitement in my blogging style today? Anyway it’s out now and you can cop it on iTunes. It’s available all over the world but our North American friends also get a 5 minute “behind the scenes” style video shot in my
studio living room.
Posted on Jun 10th, 2008 by Mr Goldbar
We alluded to it back in March, now Pitchfork is officially spilling the beans about Running Man, A-Trak’s take on Nike+’s successful series of original workout jamz from the likes of LCD Soundsystem and other upstanding citizens. Running Man features 45 minutes of original music (and serves as A-Trak’s full-length production debut), Kid Cudi pops up for a guest spot, Dust provides exclusive digital booklet illustrations, and you can cop the whole thing on iTunes on June 24th.
Posted on May 1st, 2008 by Mr Goldbar
Ladies and bros! Run over to your local Best Circuit Nobody Beats The Virgin Megastore this week, head directly to the CD racks, and – lo and behold! – right after Kid Dynamite’s Shorter, Faster, Louder and Kid Rock’s American Bad Ass, it’s Kid Sister’s luscious green Pro Nails – Super High Shine Edition! This reissue of her hit “Pro Nails” single features new remixes from Bag Raiders and DJ Gant-Man and marks the first Fool’s Gold release available as a retail CD. Hot damn! Super High Shine is also up on iTunes and all other digital retailers for all you cutting edge mp3 types. (What’s the future like, Elroy?)
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