The Alive original, released late July, is firmly considered one of 2011’s most conductive anthems with its notable sound dynamics and the silky vocals from Sydney-based beauty, Kate Elsworth. Still standing with both feet at the very heart of clubland, it was just a matter of time before this unprecedented banger was given the remix treatment. As a live-recorded sample of the next single, Walking Alone, out of Phazing and Dirty South just surfaced, Dirty South and Thomas Gold welcome the outstanding Tommy Trash aboard the unequal march of Alive. Scorchingly hot off the back from the very recent remix on One Last Ride, the Australia-bred electro-house icon pulls out another punchy piece from the roaster. Having a squadron of releases this year, recurringly spun by the likes of Swedish House Mafia, Tiësto, Laidback Luke, Dirty South among many others, Trash remixes the cushy chords of Alive into a floor-destroying electro cut, promptly on its way towards the clubs. With the follow-up to The End, Future Folk, coming up on Musical Freedom and topical with the forthcoming remix on Falling Out Of Love, the seethingly warped beats of his latest offering waves the industry as it unremittingly troops towards a release on September 28th via Phazing Records, have a listen!


One Comment to “Preview: Dirty South & Thomas Gold – Alive (Tommy Trash Remix) [Phazing]”

  • Trash is killing it again, have been waiting for a remix on this one!

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