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Jason Bentley Interviews A-Trak

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Interview: A-Trak

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Interview: A-Trak

Jason Bentley Interviews A-Trak

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A-Trak and Metropolis host Jason Bentley.

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An outspoken and thoughtful leader in dance music and DJ culture, A-Trak stopped by KCRW for a conversation on his evolution as a DJ, producer, and Fool's Gold record label head, as well as his observations on the state of dance music today and what it means to DJ in an EDM world.

A-Trak sat down with Metropolis host Jason Bentley for this insightful conversation between putting finishing touches on the new Duck Sauce album, and his set at HARD Summer Festival.