A-Trak and Zinc preview their new single, out December 13th on Fool’s Gold.
Duck Sauce explains the experience shooting their recent video smash, “Big Bad Wolf”.
All I can say about this is “wow”. A-Trak and Armand Van Helden’s new video just might be the most talked about thing on the internet within the next month, and at the time of this posting, it only has 329 views. Just when you think they can’t take it any further, they do. Nice [cont.]
This promo for How To Make It In America season 2 remixes “Barbra Striesand” into a theme song for the illustrious Luis Guzman.
Fool’s Gold, the Brooklyn-based label and record store, has been bridging the gap between hip-hop and electronic music since 2007. Over Labor Day, 2011, NYC’s Fool’s Gold crew put on a free hip-hop and DJ event in Soho. Last year’s Day Off brought in Yelawolf and other MCs; this year’s Day Off celebration features performances [cont.]
The Fool’s Gold crew of A-Trak, Chromeo, Craze, Breakbot, Kavinsky, Nick Catchdubs, and Rogerseventy Two geat up for their Paris tour at Grande Halle De La Villette on July 8th. This should give you a taste of what to expect – included herein is the new Duck Sauce super-banger “Big Bad Wolf”. Owooooooooooo! Sidenote: Check [cont.]
I had the honor of spinning with A-Trak this past weekend at my regular residency, XS Las Vegas. I thought it might be a good idea to dig up this unreleased joint A-Trak did for HipHopSite.Com with his old group, Obscure Disorder, way back in 1997. We had planned to release some kind of mix [cont.]
Here’s the promo spot for Tryst and XS Memorial Day weekend. Along with Jermaine Dupri, Manufactured Superstars, DJ Spider, A-Trak, Afrojack, Deadmau5, Feed Me, of course the local residents DJ Pizzo, Warren Peace, Derrick Anthony will be holding it down. I’ll be playing with A-Trak.
EIKNARF and Asian Dan in collaboration with Media Contender & KLOUD had the opportunity to be invited into Alain’s apartment/studio to get a candid view into how he got to where he is, what it took to get there and where he is going.
Allindstrom.com sits down with DJ Atrak to discuss his independent label Fools Gold. For those that don’t know, Fools Gold was the home for KiD CuDi, The Cool Kids, Donnis, and a slew of other acts from different genres. In the first part of the interview, Atrak talks about how Fools Gold tows the line [cont.]
A-Trak’s label celebrated it’s third anniversary at the Brooklyn Bowl last night, with a surprise appearance from Kanye West. More video will surface from this, but here’s the first one….
Here’s a new record from A-Trak featuring GOOD Music recording artist CyHi Da Prince… “Ray Ban Vision” is off of the upcoming “Fools Gold Vol. 1″ compilation… Blazin’ hot electro-hop, check it out!!!! A-Trak feat. CyHi Da Prynce – Ray Ban Vision (MP3)
A-Trak’s Fool’s Gold imprint will release Fool’s Gold Vol. One via Itunes and all fine digital retailers on October 25th. CD versions will be available at Opening Ceremony and other boutiques. 1. Treasure Fingers f. Haley Small – Keep Up 2. Vega – No Reasons (Tensnake Remix) 3. Sammy Bananas – Move Your Body 4. [cont.]
Duck Sauce “Barbra Streisand” from Mr Goldbar on Vimeo. Duck Sauce, the eminent producer duo comprised of A-Trak and Armand Van Helden, are primed to drop their second official single, “Barbra Streisand” on October 12th. If 3 million YouTube views of last year’s debut “aNYway” are any indicator, the official release of “Barbra Streisand” will [cont.]
New Duck Sauce cut that’s been making noise since Winter Music Conference in Miami finally seeps out. Afrojack played a ridiculous remix of this at XS over Labor Day Weekend. LISTEN: Duck Sauce (A-Trak + Armand Van Helden) – “Barbara Streisand”
The Electro Wars Final Trailer from Stephen Alex Vasquez on Vimeo. Trailer for dope looking documentary about the current shifts and fusions between hip-hop and electro house music. In depth interviews with A-Trak, DJ Premier, Laidback Luke, Steve Aoki, LMFAO, and more.
Shepard Fairey has taken over the frontpage – first the Sage Francis review, now this. This shit ain’t hip-hop!?!?!? All jokes aside, A-Trak is killing shit on his new Dirty South Dance Vol. 2 mix CD, which finds him mashing crunkapellas with electrofresh beats. 1. Intro 01:08 2. Trizzy Turnt Up 03:26 3. How Low [cont.]
Belvy documents Donnis, A-Trak, & Nick Catchdubs at Coachella. Directed by 13thWitness.
As the first single from A-Trak’s long-awaited Dirty South Dance 2, he remixes Travis Porter’s “All The Way Turnt Up” over his own concoction of bouncy house beats. The new volume is set to drop any day now, with artwork by Shepard Fairey. If you missed out on the first one in 2007, google it [cont.]
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