In charge of the impossibly infectious Boney M.-sampling party anthem “Barbra Streisand,” Duck Sauce will be the side task of Boston superstar DJ Armand Van Helden and Montreal turntablist A-Trak. Vehicle Helden is among the most effective artists around the industrial dance picture, having released six studio room albums, a U.K. number 1 with “YOU DO NOT Understand Me,” and many iconic remixes including Tori Amos’ chart-topping “Professional Widow.” A-Trak, aka Alain Macklovitch, younger sibling of Chromeo’s Dave One and co-founder of Fool’s Platinum Information) was Kanye West’s personal tour DJ, and provides produced information for Child Sister and Lupe Fiasco. Truck Helden and A-Trak teamed up in NY in ’09 2009 to make a dancefloor-friendly sound that included filtered disco, old-skool hip-hop, funk, electro, and past due-’90s French home, and frequently sampled ’70s performers such as for example debut one “In any case,” which lent the melody from Last Edition’s “I COULD GET IT DONE.” Following discharge of their Ideal Hits EP, their second one, “Barbra Streisand,” which sampled Boney M.’s “Gotta GO BACK HOME,” became one of the primary tracks on the Miami Wintertime Music Meeting and continued to reach number 3 in the U.K. by the end of 2010. In 2012 they released the one “Big Poor Wolf,” which was included with a video aimed by Keith Schofield offering the shocking launch of something known as “crotchfaces.” The video was nominated that season for an MTV Video Music Award. The group agreed upon to the Fool’s Yellow metal label in 2013 and released the one “Radio Stereo system,” while 2014 noticed the discharge of their debut record Quack.