Laidback Luke Added To Fool’s Gold Cinespace Takeover!

Posted on Nov 18th, 2008 by Mr Goldbar

We already shouted out the JOTS / Trackademicks show at Cinespace in LA tonight (11.18), but gotta remind you once again now that Laidback Luke has been officially added to the show! Don’t be a dummy, roll out for this…

Pete Tong Loves Fool’s Gold

Posted on Oct 18th, 2008 by Mr Goldbar

You might have noticed Pete Tong dropping Laidback Luke & A-Trak’s “Shake It Down” on his show last month, and now on his latest show he’s gone and made it an Essential New Tune! Dropped the LBL remix of Treasure Fingers’ “Cross The Dancefloor” in the set as well.

Nick Catchdubs XLR8R Podcast

Posted on Oct 2nd, 2008 by Nick Catchdubs

Bunch of new and old stuff for an exclusive mag mix. Grab it here, info and tracklist after the jump. Read More

Daily Exclusives on RCRD LBL’s “Fool’s Gold Week”

Posted on Oct 1st, 2008 by Mr Goldbar

We just sent you fine people over to RCRD LBL to grab the new Kid Sister single, but we’re doing it again because the FREEBIES DO NOT STOP.

They’ve decided to make this week “Fool’s Gold Week,” and to celebrate we’ve given them a different exclusive download or stream for every day. It started off with a Nacho Lovers megamix showcasing all the tracks off their forthcoming “Acid Life / Go On” single, continued with a promo download of Sammy Bananas’ “Ladies” off his Braids & Fades EP, and today we dropped a preview stream of A-Trak and Laidback Luke’s massive team-up “Shake It Down.” Tomorrow the Surkin remix of Nacho Lovers’ “Acid Life” (off our Scion comp) makes its debut, and then we close the week real big with another megamix, this time featuring tracks off Jokers Of The Scene’s long awaited Acid Bagg EP.

Pete Tong Plays “Shake It Down”

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2008 by Mr Goldbar

Check out Tongy dropping A-Trak and Laidback Luke’s “Shake It Down” on his latest BBC show. Don’t let that “white label” talk fool you though, the single is officially dropping on Fool’s Gold in a few weeks with a particularly crazy remix. Stay tuned…

Another Weekend, Another Continent

Posted on Aug 22nd, 2008 by A-Trak

I don’t even know what time zone I’m in anymore. I just know I have a couple of pictures from last weekend that I wanted to post, so that warrants a blog post. Read More

Treasure Fingers’ Debut Single “Cross The Dancefloor” Out Now!

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.

2×12″ gatefold vinyl will be here any day now is available now, and you can also purchase it digitally on all online stores: TTL, Juno, iTunes, Beatport and everywhere else.

More Canadian Fools

Posted on Jun 30th, 2008 by Mr Goldbar

We already mentioned Ottawa’s FG-related Canada Day festivities, but what about our pals in the T-Dot? The fine folks at Guvernment have got you covered tonight (6.30) with a massive, multi-room party featuring our own LA Riots and Treasure Fingers, as well as pals like Laidback Luke, Klever, Kill the Noise and many, many more. Check the full-size giant rave flyer (remember the folding joints?!) here and see full line-up and ticket info here.

Trizzy Does Europe

Posted on Jun 12th, 2008 by A-Trak

Time for one of my long-winded tour novelas. I recently wrapped up a European tour that spanned the whole month of May, one which I arbitrarily named the Upper Crust Tour at the last minute, in honor of that beloved chain of sandwich shops found in almost all train stations. After doing a whole bunch of tours with other people — the Fool’s Gold fam, Mehdi, Kanye, etc — I felt like going off to clubland (Europe) and back to raw DJing practically every night for 4 weeks. Of course I wasn’t literally by myself the whole month. In most cities I was sharing bills with friends from either continent. But it did feel like a pilgrimage to the land of the DJ, and on off-days I would often link up with other producers and work on music. I loved it. I started a Flickr page towards the beginning of my trip so you can catch my full set of pics here. Let’s dive into it. Read More

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