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Kid Sister Interview With DJ Enuff

Posted on Apr 4th, 2008 by Mr Goldbar

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Jokers Of The Scene in F2

Posted on Apr 2nd, 2008 by Mr Goldbar

Read about (aboot?) JOTS in F2, the new online-only publication from the team behind The FADER. Sez them: “In 2008, each issue of F2 will focus on how a different classic genre is being reexamined and reinterpreted. The first issue tackles the New Disco and includes two photo essays on Melbourne dance music (featuring Midnight Juggernauts, Miami Horror and cover stars Cut Copy), as well as profiles of Sally Shapiro, Jokers of the Scene, Boys Noize and more.” Download it here.

LA Riots Remix Weezer

Posted on Apr 2nd, 2008 by Mr Goldbar

Check out our dudes LA Riots remixing Weezer’s “Automatic” in this trailer for the latest edition of the Grand Turismo video game. (Fun =W= fact: it’s Pat singing on the track, not Rivers! Take a guess which FG founder owns the first two Special Goodness LPs…)

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Spring Break With Kid Sister

Posted on Apr 2nd, 2008 by Mr Goldbar

Kid Sis was in Panama City Beach for mtvU’s Spring Break and selected some of her favorite videos while she got her nails did – everything from George Michael to “Swing My Way” to Meth and Billy Joel! Check the whole video playlist out here, and watch her live performances from the beach after the jump. Read More

WMC According to Trizzy

Posted on Apr 1st, 2008 by A-Trak

The Fool’s Gold posse flew to Miami last Wednesday for some festivities of the Winter Music variety. When we arrived in fabulous South Beach we were famished so we linked up with our buddies Boys Noize, Steve Aoki, MSTRKRFT and LA Riots who were all about to grab dinner. What we didn’t know was that the MSTR boys had made reservations at the fanciest, strangest, most blog-worthy restaurant in the 305. From the outside this place Prime 112 looked more like a club than anything else. When our turn finally came we realized that from the inside it was actually closer to a hotel in the sense that every party got their own private room with not only a dining table but a TV, a couch, a bed, a bathroom… They served plates that were big enough to be shared by 5-7 people. We ordered the mother of all surf & turfs. The lobster was 4.5 pounds. My girlfriend’s dog is about that size. Read More