As it was literally just revealed that a Tommy Trash interpretation on Swedish House Mafia and Knife Party’s Antidote will be accompanying the original in the sought-after release package coming out early 2012, the Australia-originated Tommy Trash discloses a teaser of a new remix to the dance music act from down-under that is Pnau. After releasing Tim Mason and Adrian Lux & Blende remixes of Solid Ground, a second single from Pnau’s fourth album gets remixed, now by the electro-house icon of the moment among others. While the graceful vocals from Nick Littlemore slickly hover atop what could best be described as the calm before an inferno of filthy, weird and absolute stunning sound combinations, Trash shows indications of what looks to be another signature belter from the Aussie turned London resident. Joining in on the discography alongside The End, Future Folk and blinding remixes on One Last RideAliveEdge Of The Earth and Slumber, this remix of Unite Us is certainly not due to march successfully by itself.

The remixes to ‘Unite Us’ are due out February 5th via Ministry Of Sound’s etcetc Music.


12 Comments to “Preview: Pnau – Unite Us (Tommy Trash Remix) [etcetc]”

  • Tommy Trash is the new afrojack, same booring drops over and over again. Never something new.

  • .. at least his remixes

  • But it is still good.

  • Hey Tommy, maybe you change saw in your drop for once?

  • ugly

  • If you don’t like Tommy Trash’s ”boring drops”, why even listen to his music? If he’s enjoying making this kind of music, why not keep on doing that?

    Tired of you complaining in every post

  • Tommy Trash, Y U NO CHANGE DROP?!?!?

  • I’m a big TT fan but I do agree, his drop is very similar in a lot of his remixes/originals.

  • Well, isnt that the point? To find a signature sound. That is what everybody is reaching for i guess. I think his songs have enough variety. Like his remix of ”Slumber”. One of the best electrosongs I have heard this year. And its nothing like this!

  • you can have your own style, don’t mean you have to make the same sound everytime the point is to make some new fresh song while keeping your signature.
    That chainsaw like bassline is a bit boring, like r3hab’s song in my opinion.

    ps : sry for bad english

  • People do like to criticize these days.. Don’t like it, don’t listen to it. You’re not gonna watch a movie when you know it is’nt you genre/style.

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