Seeing widespread support from the likes of Swedish House Mafia, Tiësto, Laidback Luke and more arriving onto The End, an official follow-up to the mighty predecessor is now fired away from the headquarters of Musical Freedom Records. Building upon a dance-friendly structure, that is reminiscent to The End, Future Folk is engaging the industry as a heavyweight representative of Tiësto’s club-banger imprint. Being an outright headliner of the electro-house scene, his high-end outlet continues to rattle the industry massively. Having scored a storming string of remixes out of Carry Me HomeJona VarkWe Feel Love and Edge Of The Earth, Future Folk is undoubtedly an evenly impressive, if not better, making as the previously named smashes. Like all Musical Freedom outputs, this single from the London residing producer comes served hot off the oven with an infectiously huge drop as an outgrowth to the mysteriously storming build-up and dynamics this track boasts.

Tommy Trash – Future Folk [Musical Freedom Records] – Beatport Link

Sebjak playing the track at Where’s The Party? by Carlsberg in Gothenburg


11 Comments to “Release: Tommy Trash – Future Folk [Musical Freedom]”

  • OUFF, heavyheavyheavyheavy!!

  • This electro-trash or garbage, so his name just fits perfectly


  • så JÄVLA bra!

  • Offtopic fråga; vad heter den där låten som går ”cause this rhytm makes me feel good” också fortsätter den sådär, en svensk DJ med en officiell video.. har glömt bort vem som gjort den

  • Frillex:

    Menar du ‘Alex Lamb feat. Easton Davis – So Good’ ?

  • i’m so sick of electro songs right know, i fuking miss the old house music, now everything is electro – big room – dubstep

  • @mick true words. I dont want this afrojack/steve aoki/tiesto/ tommy trash electro crap anymore

  • @Mick One day it will be back!

  • På tal om ingenting, är det någon som vet om/när Avicii ska släppa sin bootleg/remix på Kings of Tomorrows Finally?

  • cederlindjesper; tack så mycket, det var den jag menade! :)

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