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Have a listen to Lifelike’s electro infused remix of The Preset’s “Promises” in anticipation of Modular’s release of the “Promises” Remix EP ( December 4th). If the original is the backdrop to a cool and retro pool party than Lifelike’s remix is perfect for the all-nighter at your favorite club. The incredibly catchy vocals paired with an amped up bass line, electrified beat and Lifelike’s classic French-style synth work make this remix of “Promises” a dance floor bomb.
Also, check out Lifelike’s new single “Don’t Stop” featuring A-Trak
Listen: Lifelike – “Don’t Stop” ft. A-Trak
“The funky nu-disco track has a compellingly feel-good melody, effectively merging classic cosmic disco effects with banging bass and undulating electro-synths. The welcome inclusion of grinding vocals absorbs listeners, creating quite the blissful ambiance, albeit with outstandingly old-school vibes.” – SF Critic
“Starting with a booming kick drum and then leading into an electronic disco inferno, the song is [a] ferociously bombastic dance number.” – Prefix Mag
“Chances are you’ll forego that second (or third) does of caffeine once you hear the new collaboration from like-minded DJs/producers Lifelike and A-Trak. The duo weaves together a future-disco banger with “Don’t Stop,” an appropriate title given the track’s infectious grooves.” – Complex Music
Chicago production duo The Hood Internet dropped the video for ‘Won’t F— Us Over’ which is the first single off their debut album FEAT out 10/2 on Decon Records. Directed by Dan Huiting (Bon Iver videos, etc.) the video shows a bizarre unfolding of a group of kids partying in the wilderness.
UPCOMING TOUR DATES:
- FRI SEP 7 – Wonder Ballroom, Portland, OR%
- WED SEP 12 – Pyramid Scheme, Grand Rapids, MI#
- THR SEP 13 – Mayday, Cincinatti, OH#
- FRI SEP 14 – Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY*
- SUN SEP 16 - Middle East, Boston, MA*
- TUE SEP 18 - Rex Theater, Pittsburgh, PA*
- WED SEP 19 - Canopy Club, Champaign, IL*
- THR SEP 20 - Metro, Chicago, IL*
- WED SEP 26 – Blind Pig, Ann Arbor, MI^
- FRI SEP 28 - The Gramophone, St Louis, MO^
- SAT SEP 29 - The Firefly, Kansas City, MO^
- SUN SEP 30 – Dada, Dallas,TX^
- TUE OCT 2 – Korova, San Antonio, TX^
- WED OCT 3 – Beauty Ballroom, Austin, TX^
- THR OCT 4 – Tricky Falls, El Paso, TX^
- FRI OCT 5 – Bar Smith, Phoenix, AZ^
- SAT OCT 6 - Club Congress, Tucson, AZ^
- SUN OCT 7 – Los Globos, Los Angeles, CA^
- TUE OCT 9 – New Parish, Oakland, CA^
- THU OCT 11 – Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City, UT^
- FRI OCT 12 – Walnut Room, Denver, CO^
- SAT OCT 20 – 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis, MN
- SAT OCT 27 – The Maison, New Orleans, LA$
% w/ A-Trak, Baauer
# w/ My Gold Mask, Oscillator Bug
* w/ Body Language, My Gold Mask, Oscillator Bug
^ w/ Body Language, Kid Static, Oscillator Bug
$ w/ Mannie Fresh
For practically five years running, Brooklyn-based label Fool’s Gold has continued to find new ways to excite and surprise their fans, whether it’s releasing new music ranging from Duck Sauce to Danny Brown, throwing massive free parties like their annual Day Off events, opening a retail store in Williamsburg (home to everything from tie dye logo tees to FG x Members Only leather jackets), or most recently, launching a premium digital subscription service with drip.fm.
The latest multimedia project from the DJ braintrust of label founders A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs is the FOOL’S GOLD CLUBHOUSE, a series of festival stages and free monthly compilations featuring Fool’s Gold artists and extended family. The first Clubhouse stage takes place at New York’s Camp Bisco on 7/14 before taking over music festivals around the globe all summer, and the debut Clubhouse compilation is available starting today on the Fool’s Gold website, with new volumes to follow each month.
“Our friends and peers are having a very exciting and prolific moment right now,” says Nick Catchdubs. “As the world goes crazy for all things ‘EDM,’ its important to showcase the diversity that’s out there in dance music on all levels, and curate these songs and stages with the Fool’s Gold touch. A-Trak and I really get to be fans ourselves as we put these together, thinking about how good it’s all going to sound when it’s played loud.”
Download: Fool’s Gold Clubhouse – Vol. 1
1. His Majesty Andre & Elisa Bee “Cargobum”
2. XXXChange “U My Fantasy”
3. Peo De Pitte & Jay Robinson “The Bagger”
4. Oscar Luweez “Festa Festa”
5. Meech “Somethin”
6. Donovans “House Of God”
7. Sammy Bananas “Feel House”
8. Anna Lunoe “Up & Down”
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“They have a synth-pop sound that just makes you want to dance, whether you’re at a dance party, in you car, or in your office cubicle and bursts with energy.” – CBS Chicago
“If you like to, you know…dance, we think it’s a pretty safe bet, since this three-piece electro-indie dance band is on a mission to make you move.” – Refinery 29
Gemini Club, consisting of Dan Brunelle, Tom Gavin and Gordon Bramli, is a three-piece indie-electronic dance band hailing from Chicago, Illinois. Their unique live shows have been tearing up the scene for the last two years, and commencing dizzying dance parties in every city they go! Far from the conventional live performance, Gemini Club have a specially designed rig that allows for on-the-fly remixing of their own songs meaning each Gemini Club show is different from the last. As a result, Gemini Club has been asked to the support the likes of Chromeo, A-Trak, Two Door Cinema Club, Who-Made-Who, DJ Falcon and Chateau Marmont.
Their first single, “Ghost” came out hot in the blogosphere, resulting in remixes from Hey Champ, Barretso, Golden Bug and Only Children. The track has since been picked up for airplay from BBC Radio 1′s tastemaker show “In New DJs We Trust.”
From the mid-west to the Orient, Gemini Club’s own remix chops are in demand online and across the globe. Their remix for Australian band The Vanish went straight into the top ten of Hype Machine’s charts. The band’s spin on Hey Champ’s “Cold Dust Girl” entered the same top ten charts on five different occasions within a month – and their remix for Shinichi Osawa has been a mainstay on the iTunes dance charts in Japan. Most recently, the gents of GC’s remix of Chilly Gonzales song “You Can Dance” premiered on the RCRD LBL blog as the most downloaded track of the week.
When Martin Solveig’s live performance of ‘The Night Out’ at Radio 1’s celebration of Pete Tong’s 20 years at the station prompted the veteran disc jockey to ask for a copy pronto, it gave a clear indicator that the record – written, produced and performed by Solveig – had a very bright future.
Several months on, and having contributed heavily on Madonna’s latest studio album, ‘MDNA’ – including the lead single ‘Give Me All Your Luvin’ featuring Nicki Minaj and MIA – Solveig’s focus returns once again to his ‘SMASH’ project. ‘The Night Out’ E.P is packed to the seams with a raft of remixes and bonus material that’ll cater to all fans, both new and old.
The A-Trak remix set the ball rolling having topped the Hype Machine as well as receiving full support from both Annie Mac and Pete Tong over recent weeks. Always keen to exploit up and coming talent, Solveig also welcomes in newcomers TheFatRat for what will be a firm favourite in big arenas, as well as new duo Maison & Dragen.
Martin’s own take on A-trak’s remix makes for great aural pleasure, and then comes the inclusion of ‘Can’t Stop’ into the package, providing another slab of pure pop fun from Martin Solveig & Dragonette. Throw in a truly awesome instrumental version of Ready 2 Go (Initial SHE version), a Don Diablo take on ‘Hello’ with the rapper iSH (Why Are We Whispering remix) AND finally the Les Bros remix of ‘Big in Japan’ and the realisation will dawn that this is indeed one hell of an E.P.
The entire world has sung along to Duck Sauce’s international breakout hit “Barbra Streisand” released in the US on Fool’s Gold/Downtown Records. The song charted at #1 in over 12 countries and racked up 65 million YouTube views with arguably the biggest viral video of all time, a quirky, star-studded homage to New York’s downtown scene. “Barbra” landed placements in Glee, How to Make it in America and countless ad campaigns. Continuing its assault, it is now nominated for a Grammy for Best Dance Recording. A-Trak’s partner in Duck Sauce, the legendary Armand Van Helden, is no stranger to the Grammys himself, having been nominated for Remixer of the Year in 1998. The video for the duo’s current single “Big Bad Wolf” has already shaken up the internet, heralded across the board as the best video of 2012 and sitting at 6 million views after just a few weeks of release.
This year has seen DJ A-Trak conquer every festival from Coachella to Hard Summer in America, Sonar and Creamfields in Europe, Parklife in Australia and Ultra Brazil all while bridging the gap between hip hop and electronic music. His groundbreaking label Fool’s Gold has had its biggest year to date, opening their own flagship store in Brooklyn over the summer and online store last month. A-Trak is set to perform at Madison Square Garden with fellow Grammy nominees Swedish House Mafia on December 16th.
Duck Sauce is currently preparing the release of their first full-length album in 2012!!!
After some serious time in the studio working on her next full-length album, Kid Sister is releasing a new EP, Kiss & Tell, on November 29th on Fool’s Gold Records. The MC born Melisa Young not only spent 2011 tearing down shows all over North America – from the Magic 8 Ball tour with A-Trak to NYC’s 80,000 deep Electric Zoo festival – but managed to bring that boundless on-stage energy to sessions with some of today’s most exciting producers.
The EP offers four of Kid Sister’s latest tracks with a diverse crew of collaborators. “Mickey” is a club workout from heavy hitting DJ/producer duo Nadastrom (Dave Nada and Matt Nordstrom who are currently helping pilot Skrillex’s sold-out Mothership tour), while “Hide N Seek” pairs Kid Sis with rap absurdist Riff Raff and bass maestros Sinden & 5kin&Bone5. Hip-hop hero Scoop Deville (Snoop, Game, Fat Joe) mans the boards for “Cliq Claq” (as featured in Stella McCartney‘s recent runway shows) as well as a brand-new remix of “Gucci Rag Top,” now featuring a guest verse from fellow Fool’s Gold rapper Danny Brown.
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KISS & TELL TRACK LISTING:
1. Mickey (Produced by Nadastrom)
2. Hide & Seek feat. Riff Raff (Produced by Sinden & 5kinandbone5)
3. Cliq Claq (Produced by Scoop Deville)
4. Gucci Rag Top (Remix) feat. Danny Brown (Produced by Scoop Deville)
Two years after its release via French label Record Makers, Sebastien Tellier’s Sexuality still garners praise from around the globe- and now there’s the release of the official Sexuality Remix album on September 10th!
German producer-extraordinaire Boys Noize also delivers a unstoppable Eurodance mix pf “L’amour Et La Violence,” while A-Trak does it D-I-S-C-O on “Kilometer.” Other gems from Midnight Juggernauts, Breakbot, Arpanet, Donovan and Danger round out this brilliant remix album, the only way Record Makers knows how.
Download the A-Trak remix of “Kilometer” here
Check out the video for "L'amour Et La Violence" Boyz Noize Remix
Tracklisting for Sexuality Remix
01. Sexual Sportswear (SebastiAn Remix)
02. Kilometer (Aeroplane ‘italo 84′ Remix)
03. Roche (Kavinsky Remix)
04. L’Amour Et La Violence (Boys Noize Euro mix)
05. Kilometer (A-Trak Remix)
06. Fingers Of Steel (Hypnolove Remix)
07. Kilometer (Moulinex Remix)
08. Divine (Midnight Juggernauts Remix)
09. Roche (Breakbot Remix)
10. Fingers Of Steel (Penguin Prison Remix)
11. Kilometer (Arpanet Remix)
12. Elle (Kasper Winding Remix)
13. L’Amour Et La Violence (Floating Points Remix)
14. Fingers Of Steel (Lazy Flow Remix)
15. Divine (Danger Remix)
16. Sexual Sportswear (Donovan Remix)*
17. Video – L’Amour Et La Violence (Boys Noize Euro Mix)*