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Earlier this year, Cayucas, otherwise known as Californian indie-popper Zach Yudin, released his debut album Bigfoot, which luxuriated in some of the same sunny Afropop-guitar vibes that helped get…   Read Story »
Tomorrow, feel good guitar-pop collective Fool's Gold release their second full-length Leave No Trace on   Read Story »
"Wild Window" is the new single from Fool's Gold's second album Leave No Trace. It's not original using "sunny" when describing Luke Top & Lewis Pesacov's crew, but the guys earn the tag once…   Read Story »
L.A. collective Fool's Gold brought unforgettable videos, many remixes, and reverence to Jewish and Afro-pop styles with their debut album. Principal players Luke Top and Lewis Pesacov return with…   Read Story »
"Bang Pop," an especially immediate track on Free Energy's fairly instant Stuck On Nothin', is more than worthy of the collection's bubblegum cover art and its own back-to-school NSFW "Hot For…   Read Story »
With two remixes of Local Natives' "Wide Eyes" (complements of Suckers and Teen Daze) in the can, there would be no need to post yet another. Unless it jacked up the original with The-Dreamy ATL club…   Read Story »
The L.A. collective pull in so many interests and genres, it kinda feels like remixes could go in a million directions. Here's one. This is "Poseidon" redone for the the bonus track'ed edition of…   Read Story »
SXSW heroes Fool's Gold like to have parties in their videos, it seems. Last time it was a sunny swimming pool for "Surprise Hotel," but for "Nadine" the collective (plus many friends) hold a…   Read Story »
Here's a tip if you're going to one of these industry festival type things: If IAMSOUND is having a party, you should attend that party. Just like this past CMJ, the L.A.-based imprint owned their…   Read Story »
When Stereogum first saw Fool's Gold open for Cat Power a little over a year ago, Amrit noted the LA collective's “love for benga (Kenya-based), juju (rooted in Nigeria), and the Congolese genre…   Read Story »