A-Trak closes the Electric Zoo Fool’s Gold Clubhouse in style: five tracks you need to know
After playing host to some incredible artists on day two of Electric Zoo, the head honcho of Fool’s Gold finally stepped behind the tables of the packed Riverside Clubhouse. The tent featured 3D visuals on the massive LED screens across the entire stage, for those who had previously picked up special glasses earlier in the day. For those who hadn’t done so, the light show was still impressive and when paired with A-Trak’s deftness on the decks, the overall experience was something epic to behold.
In signature A-Trak style, he scratched his way through a blistering set, including everything from big room electro house bangers to minimal tech house, to new hip-hop tracks and trap remixes. He played some of his own classic remixes with a twist, including his remix of “Heads Will Roll” by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and the Kid Kamillion Trap Edit of the track. He of course also played his remix of Martin Solveig‘s “The Night Out,” and Duck Sauce‘s “Big Bad Wolf” (and the Dada Life Remix as well), but one of the better mashups of the set included Roscoe Dash & Soulja Boy’s “All The Way Turnt Up” combined with Dillon Francis‘ “Bootleg Fireworks (The Rebirth).”
Mr. Macklovitch certainly enjoyed himself, and the crowd grooved right along with him. Although no one was aware that the festival would not have a day three, A-Trak’s set was a proper sendoff for day two, and the two days that Electric Zoo 2013 lasted. Here are some of the tracks that really stood out from his funky high-octane set.
1. Duck Sauce – “It’s You” (DJ Snake Remix)
2. Tracques – “Click Track”
3. Sleepy Tom – “The Currency”
4. Kavinsky – “Odd Look” (A-Trak Remix)
5. Garmiani – “Behind You (Rumble)”
Listen to A-Trak’s entire set from Electric Zoo here: