At a time when the DJ sits firmly at the center of popular culture, A-Trak stands out as MVP, the key participant who holds together all facets of the craft.

Very few artists share A-Trak’s mastery of turntablism while also sitting at the forefront of musical innovation, looking keenly to the future with history tucked in his back pocket. A true connector, Trizzy hops effortlessly from colossal festival stages to sold-out concert venues and sweaty underground clubs, building links between hip hop and electronic music while watching genre barriers crumble.

Following a wide-ranging series of collaborations from Duck Sauce’s disco romp to the genre twisting Low Pros project with Lex Luger, Push announces a new chapter of solo material from DJ hero A-Trak. Timeless but still timely, Push melds festival-tested power with anthemic, emotional synth pop (courtesy of vocalist Andrew Wyatt of Miike Snow fame,) resulting in one of this year’s most unforgettable tunes.


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