Duck Sauce - Radio Stereo (Bingo Players Remix) by 3BEAT published on 2013/10/03 15:54:27 +0000 http://twitter.com/DuckSauceNYC http://www.facebook.com/ducksaucenyc http://www.3beat.co.uk http://www.twitter.com/3beatmusic http://www.facebook.com/3beatmusic http://www.youtube.com/user/3BeatProductions http://www.soundcloud.com/3beat Duck Sauce, the crazy coupling of superstar DJs A-Trak and Armand Van Helden, are back with a new single “Radio Stereo”. The track is a typically infectious Duck Sauce reworking of “Radio”, a chart-topping track from 1982. An Australian hit for UK punk act The Members, “Radio” was produced by legendary late 70's/early 80's punk and new wave Brit producer Martin Rushent, who also produced for the Human League, Altered Images and Buzzcocks. The original chorus, “We listen to the radio! It’s better than the stereo” is looped over Duck Sauce’s trademark driving, funky bass and playful sampling. Duck Sauce’s last single “It’s You” was well received by tastemakers such as BBC Radio 1’s Zane Lowe (he made it his ‘Hottest Record in the World’), B-Traits, Alice Levine and Phil Taggart. Sara Cox was also a supporter as were Greg James and Danny Howard who both played the track on Radio 1’s Dance Anthems Shows. “It’s You” was also well supported at Juice FM, climbed to number 2 in the Music Week Cool Cuts Chart and was play listed by MTV Dance. The video – a psychedelically hair-raising affair – has racked up 4 million views on Vevo alone. Since joining forces as Duck Sauce back in 2009, Armand Van Helden and A-Trak have delivered a string of fresh club and chart tracks. Amassing millions of views on YouTube as well as Top 10 successes across the world the duo has remained resolutely individual whilst continuing to create some of the most singularly fresh and catchy house music around. Duck Sauce also plan to shake things up with the album Quack, coming later this year. Not your typical dance album - Quack pushes the boundaries of house music and sampling into an absurdly visual listening experience, interwoven with skits, scratching and irresistible loops. Expect much, much more from this pair of New York prankster pioneers.