A-Trak Releases 2nd Annual DJ Mix, ‘Cut It Out 2’!

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As one of the most renowned DJs in the world, A-Trak has given us a gift with the second edition of his annual Cut It Out DJ Mix!

Since his early days spinning straight vinyl and winning the coveted DMC World DJ Championship to running Fool’s Gold Records and playing festival all over the world, A-Trak has received accolades in the industry throughout his career. Having recently performed on Holy Ship!, he recorded Cut It Out 2: A 77 Minute DJ Mix that blends genres and shows off his skills as not just a DJ, but a diverse tastemaker as well.

Bringing you tracks ranging in genre from house and drum & bass to hip-hop and electronic soul, this 61 track DJ mix from A-Trak is definitely one that is perfect for any music lover. Artists featured in the mix include Jamiroquai, Duke Dumont, The Magician, and so many more. Of course, it wouldn’t be an A-Trak mix without some quality mash-ups too, so keep your ears tuned for those as well.

“I recorded this during a day off on Holy Ship. I wanted to include a bunch of music I listen to but don’t get to play enough in my sets. I like to sway between genres…don’t get seasick.”

– A-Trak

Stream A-Trak’s Cut It Out 2: A 77 Minute DJ Mix on SoundCloud:

Cut It Out 2: A 77 Minute DJ Mix – Tracklist:

  1. Louis La Roche – Speakers Response
  2. Eprom – Pineapple
  3. Lafa Taylor & Aabo – Already Found (Mikos Da Gawd Remix)
  4. Sine One – The Bad
  5. Roska – Abrupt
  6. ZGTO – Band Man
  7. Sumthin Sumthin – Lotus
  8. Bleaker – Hype (Funk)
  9. Hagan – FWD
  10. Sente – Medusa
  11. LV & Joshua Idehen – Imminent
  12. Motu – Red Devil
  13. Revazz – Liquid Rubber
  14. Alt-J x A$AP Rocky – Live Dead Love Crush (A-Trak Mash)
  15. ROJAS ft. Insomniac Rarri – I Get It
  16. Sinjin Hawke – Don’t Lose Yourself To This
  17. J.I.D – Hasta Luego
  18. Geotheory – Cleopatra
  19. Vintage Lee – Lean Lean
  20. WIZE – All I Know
  21. Beat Sampras x Diemantle – Hood Mimosa (ft .O’Billz & Sha Hustle) (Nick Bike Blend)
  22. Roni Size & Reprazent ft. Bahamadia – New Forms
  23. KDA ft. Tinashe – Just Say (KDA Junglism Dub)
  24. Amber Mark – Lose My Cool
  25. SOHN – Falling
  26. Jamiroquai – Feels Just Like It Should (Sa-Ra Remix)
  27. Moon Boots vs DJ Khaled & Rihanna – Wild Boots (A-Trak Mash)
  28. Fatnotronic – Gueto De Gent
  29. Snap Dogg – WYA
  30. Two Another – Keeping Me Under
  31. Hiroshi Sato feat. Windy Mathews – Say Goodbye
  32. San Proper – It’s Here
  33. Mono/Poly – Punch The Troll In The Neck
  34. Arona Mane – Patch Work
  35. Washed Out – Get Lost
  36. Boys Ride Bikes – Somagwaza II
  37. Tchami – Zeal
  38. Chromeo – Juice (Purple Disco Machine Remix)
  39. Jesse Rose x Christian Nielsen – Everyone
  40. Joe Goddard – Home (Morgan Geist Remix)
  41. Jad & The – Underground Real Shit
  42. Josu Mämmi – Privilege of Analyzing
  43. Eli Escobar – Happiness Reprise
  44. Jim-E Stack – I Did The Best I Could
  45. Zomby – ZKITTLEZ
  46. Duke Dumont – Street Walker
  47. Normaling – Orcaz Fighting
  48. Qrion – Quick Turn
  49. Charles Ramirez, Luca M & JUST2 – Up & Down
  50. BS1 – Kick It
  51. Romanthony – Bring U Up (Jasper James Remix)
  52. The Magician – Slow Motion (Boston Bun Remix)
  53. Bad Company UK – Tetris
  54. Freek – Cobalt 60
  55. BassBrothers – Badboy
  56. The Upbeats & Ivy Lab – Pharaoh
  57. Roc Marciano – Better Know
  58. Myd – All Inclusive
  59. Migos Gallagher – X-Ray T-Shirt (A-Trak Mash)
  60. Knxwledge. – ntgnnatakeitslow_[at.all]
  61. George Duke – Funny Funk

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