New York-based group Duck Sauce is back with another remarkable track. Consisting of A-Trak and Armand Van Helden, the duo is always in the thick of things in the scene.
A-Trak, or Alain Macklovitch, is known by many for his first place in the 1997 DMC World Championship in Canada at the age of 15; this accomplishment was the launching point for his career in the world of electronic music. With creative tracks like “Disco Nap,” his indie dance/nu disco style is prevalent throughout his productions. Greatly noted for his remixes of tracks like “Heads Will Roll” and “Trying to Be Cool,” A-Trak is never afraid to step outside his comfort zone and try something new.
A-Trak’s Routine on “Ghosts and Stuff”:
Armand Van Helden is also an important figure in the EDM scene. With house records like “I Want Your Soul” and “Bonkers,” his individualistic approach to house always prevails.
Armand Van Helden’s “Bonkers:”
Duck Sauce, although not as widely known as its individual members, has been blowing up the house scene as of late. “Barbara Streisand” and “The Big Bad Wolf” are some of their hits, but “Radio Stereo” is the newest track that they released on their Essential Mix.
Combining both of their styles of production, “Radio Stereo” will amaze any listener with its incredibly funky groove. The catchy vocals, in combination with a disco-style house beat, make for one seriously impressive track that proves that quality over quantity is what Duck Sauce is all about.