Having scored the essential Ibiza contender of last year, teaming up alongside New York’s Carl Kennedy to climb the charts with the unequal Blackwater under Erick Morillo and camp Subliminal’s prestigious banner, nowadays London-stationed Tommy Trash and his signature sound has been a great asset to the industry. He’s got several prosperous singles from the days back down under under his belt, including his staggering club banger alongside Angger Dimas, Big Fucking House. As highly rated support emerging Trash headquarters in regards of his distinguished The End single, the Aussie producer fell into line, representing his fellow native country’s Onelove Recordings and Neon Records to present remixes for The Immigrant’s Summer Of Love and Grant Smillie’s Carry Me Home, both enacting his creative electro sound. It’s now time to shed light on the eagerly anticipated remix for Gypsy & The Cat’s beautiful Jona Vark, going from the wonderful sounds of the original towards a full-on, bumpy electro beat. We have the honor of having been requested to distribute this rare piece for Mr. Trash to kickstart the celebration of our site turning one year off. We’re pleased to announce that, in a bare year, we’ve established an influential site with over 5000 unique visitors each day and still on an ascent. We have now got some serious tunes lined up to give away as a thank you for your overwhelming support and following over the past year! Go grab yourself a copy of this smash now!