a-trak

A-Trak gets by with a little help from his friend, Yeezus.
Nick, you're obviously a hometown favorite - what's it like to have seen Electric Zoo mushroom over the past few years? Aoki
I don't know anything about drugs. Never tried them. Yet as I write this, I am trying to sign a group with a song called "Bath Salts" and an album titled "D.R.U.G.S.". Danny Brown, my record label's marquee artist, calls himself the Adderall Admiral, openly does interviews high on Molly and raps: "it's a miracle I'm living." I happen to think he is one of the most enthralling artists out. How do I reconcile my respect for Danny and the fact that so many of his wildly creative and entertaining songs revolve around drug usage?
After being profiled as nothing more than a button masher who can't stand other DJs who plays songs he likes, Swedish producer
The nation's hippest folks descend on Austin each year for South By Southwest, a three-pronged festival that aims to bring
In person, however, Kavinsky (born Vincent Belorgey -- he changed the name because he didn't think it fit the whole zombie
Reactions from the Electronic Dance Music corner of the ring are mixed. "I think the handful of rock bands that are kvetching
As the DJ moves from club booths to festival stages, the equipment has become increasingly varied. And as the lines continue to blur between a DJ who mixes and a producer who presses play, questions of authenticity have been raised.
It seems like only yesterday Skrillex was being followed around the MSC Poesia like an EDM pied piper -- and the whole 'Holy
There is usually one band you can look back on and think "these guys raised me, they remained the definition of cool throughout the years, I wanted to be like them and studied everything they did." For me, and for many others across generations, that was the Beastie Boys.