A-Trak and The Magic 8 Ball Tour Invade Denver (sorry...Englewood)-Review

This past Monday superstar DJ A-Trak and his Magic 8 Ball Tour made a stop in Denver (Englewood to be exact).. As many of you know A-Trak is my favorite DJ in the world as a matter of fact I expressed my admiration in a tweet before his show and asked him what he was gonna bring this night he simply replied "i'm gonna tear shit up"....

Before we get to A-Trak let's talk about opener Gaslamp Killer, this was my first time hearing him spin and I guarantee it won't be my last.  He had the crowd going by playing a mashup-dub-electro-hiphop-rock infused nectar of sound.  He managed to include everything from Easy E to Radiohead in his set.  With a huge emphasis on a Los Angeles sound GLK had the Mile High crowd head bobbin' and dancing during his whole set.

As the curtains unveiled A-Traks new stage set-up it took me back a few weeks to Coachella and made me realize I should have stayed for his whole set.  Having established himself as a bonafide DJ, A-Trak manages to create an all unique sound that separates himself from the competition, wether it's collaborating with Kanye West or simply dropping a Yeah Yeah Yeah's remix, he commands the respect of the crowd from the opening drop of the needle. Leaving the banter for the beginning of the set A-trak rocked the Gothic crowd for almost two hours without a hint of interruption, playing remixes from the likes of Daft Punk's "Robot Rock" to Wiz Khalifa's hip hop anthem "Black and Yellow, A-Trak saved his best for last as he dropped Duck Sauce's (when are we gonna see a tour?) "Barbara Streisand" as you can see in the video below.