NEWS : MON, OCT 7, 2019 at 6:57 AM

Watch Cartel Madras’ Official Video “Goonda Gold,” From ‘Age of the Goonda,’ Their Forthcoming Digital EP

The new track is available worldwide through all DSPs from Sub Pop, with the exception of Canada through Royal Mountain Records.

Cartel Madras (aka Eboshi and Contra) is sharing the official video for “Goonda Gold” the duo’s new single, directed by Bhaveek Makan and Jashan Makan (see CLASH premiere October 7th).
 
The “Goonda Gold” video integrates the Desi influence in the track, compelling visuals, and the fashion of the Goondas. There is tension throughout the video, but at the heart of the song, it is an anthemic party track. 




Eboshi says of the “Goonda Gold” video, “This is a song for the underdog. We are two queer, POC rappers that are actively creating space for ourselves and other artists like us. ‘Goonda Gold’ announces itself and demands your attention. We wanted a video that was true to the nature and the sound of the ‘Goonda.’ We wanted to convey how our audiences feel when they hear this song. ‘Goonda Gold’ captures the danger and excitement of Cartel Madras.” And Contra adds this, “We’ve always imagined the Goonda as someone from different walks of life moving through the world fiercely, readying themselves for a fight. Gold chains on, cut lip; this song is for the baddies.”


The “Goonda Gold” single is available now at all DSPs worldwide through Sub Pop with the exception of Canada through Royal Mountain Records. The track is from Age of The Goonda, the duo’s forthcoming EP, out November 1st, 2019.

Cartel Madras Tour Dates + Ticket Links

Cartel Madras has added a few new Canadian dates to its performance schedule for 2019, which now ends December 13th in Toronto at Danforth Music Hall (supporting Hollerado). New shows include: supporting Sub Pop labelmates Clipping at The Garrison in Toronto on October 11th; A show in Lethbridge, Alberta at Firehall No. 1 on October 26th; And opening for  Fetty Wap in Calgary at McMahon Stadium for the Fusion: Music + Grey Cup Show on November 22nd. There will be U.S. live dates announced soon.

Oct.  11 - Toronto, ON - The Garrison ^
Oct. 26 - Lethbridge, AB - Firehall No.1
Nov. 14 - Peterborough, ON - Red Dog Tavern*
Nov. 15 - London, ON - Rum Runners Music Hall*
Nov. 16 - Oshawa, ON - The Music Hall*
Nov. 22 - Calgary, AB - McMahon Stadium / Fusion: Music + Grey Cup Show **
Dec. 13 - Toronto, ON - Danforth Music Hall*
 
* w/ Hollerado
^ w/ Clipping
** w/ Fetty Wap