Find us on Google+



Entries in A-Trak (4)


"Heads Will Roll" - Yeah Yeah Yeahs (A-Trak Remix) [Kid Kamillion Trap Edit]

I love when new subgenres blow up. A new one means that old favorites get a new, trendy reworking, and once again, they become relevant. Both the original "Heads Will Roll" and the A-Trak remix are classics as far as I'm concerned, but I am never one to turn down a new and interesting remix, especially if it's this amped up. Everything seems to be getting the Trap treatment of late, and, as we know, not all Trap is created equal, but on this particular track, Kid Kamillion manages to add a more modern feel to an old favorite, and for that, he gets two thumbs up from me. Turn up your sub and have a listen -- you won't be disappointed. 

Free Download

By Sara Landry

Follow me on Twitter: @SaraLange922


"Tuna Melt" - A-Trak & Tommy Trash (Grandtheft Remix)

"Damn son, where'd you find this sandwich?" is the perfect way to describe Grandtheft’s Trap remix of A-Trak and Tommy Trash's "Tuna Melt." I’m not really sure what kind of sandwich Grandtheft ate before producing this, but it must've been pretty good. The first time I cranked this on my headphones, it blew them out. Seriously, I’m not joking. We’re talking EPIC amounts of bass here; the kind of bass that makes your ears ring after listening to it. Combining that overload with lots & lots of hi-hats and snares makes Grandtheft’s ‘Tuna Melt’ remix an on-point Trap banger. Check the free download below and be extra careful about the next tuna melt you eat: you never know what you might find in it.

On a side note – to anybody kind enough to send me a new pair of headphones, please hit me up on Twitter (@lazyflexxx). You will receive some super sexy KANDI in return.

By Jack Ulrich


"Money Makin'" - A-Trak & Dillon Francis (Oliver Twizt Trap Mix)

Oliver Twizt puts the trap in our hands with a remix of "Money Makin," an already amazing A-Trak and Dillon Francis collaboration. OT veers away from his typical electro house style with this track, enabling him to tap into his inner OG. Twizt implements a lot of hi-hats and playful drum work on the breakdowns to add color to the hard bassline, while preserving a lot of the original indie and glitch hop leads that suggest a Fool’s Goldproduction. Oliver's recently been involved with eminent Dutch producer Laidback Luke, as he collaborated with Sandro Silva on “Gladiator,” which was released on Luke’s imprint Mixmash Records. He was also featured in the stellar Super You & Me show that LBL headlined on Governor’s Island in NYC. Twizt is now showing greater prowess as a producer as he broadens his electro horizons to the Traposphere. Watch out for this one, it's sure to make waves!

By Kiren Srinivasan

"Spectrum" - Zedd (A-Trak & Clockwork Remix)

Zedd astounded his fans yet again with another "Spectrum" remix preview, this time a diverse collaboration production between Fool’s Gold labelhead A-Trak and LA-based Dim Mak newcomer Clockwork, who first captured the world’s eye with his viral "Levels" remix.  A-Trak’s whacky funk chord play and progressive basslines mesh harmoniously with Clockwork’s harder electro elements and churning builds. This Spectrum EP is starting to shape up to comprise of an extremely stacked producer lineup, as Mr. Zaslavski continues to surprise listeners with new remixes closer and closer to the EP release date. First covering trance (with Armin & Arty's Remixes), then Funk-Electro, what can be next? Drumstep? Keep tabs on Zedd’s Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube channel for new remix updates, we expect even more!

By Kiren Srinivasan