A-Trak: What Brought A 'Nice Jewish Boy' To Dance Music : Metropolis The man born Alain Macklovitch found time between finishing his new Duck Sauce album, and performing at HARD Summer Festival to sit down with Metropolis host Jason Bentley for an insightful conversation.
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Jason Bentley Interviews A-Trak

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Jason Bentley Interviews A-Trak

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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.