One of our favorite rising producers, Amtrac, is back with another solid remix for his fans. This time, the Kentucky born artist takes on Alec Metric’s “Rave Weapon,” and if the result were an inanimate object it would be a sparkling disco ball. His remix is funky and comparatively mellow when juxtaposed by Metric’s wonky original but Amtrac does well to keep the groove as righteous as ever. Amtrac’s versatility as a producer continues to impress us and we’re excited to see what he comes up with next.
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