Joining Kaskade, Hard Rock Sofa, Cazzette and more on the remix duties to R3hab and Swanky Tunes‘ prominent Sending My Love release via Wall Recordings, also starring vocals from Max C, Tommy Trash erupts with a preview of his take on the vigorous original. Unlike the remixes from the aforementioned acts, and any of his previous productions for that matter, the Australian turned London resident with a steady support from the Swedish House Mafia and Tiësto builds elegantly atop the grinding sounds of the original and the colorful vocals of Charles Salter with a set of kickdrums, a joyful piano loop that is fairly reminiscent of the early stuff from Axwell and grumbling electro-house chords to make up another plump club ditty on behalf of Thomas Olsen.

As the remnants of The End, Future Folk and a host of remixes on Alive, Slumber, Carry Me Home, among others, are notably appearing in pretty much every live set of the major pioneers of the club music scene nowadays, Trash has, to say the least, got quite a few pots on the stove.

The first remix package of ‘Sending My Love’ is set for release on December 19th via Wall Recordings.


2 Comments to “Preview: R3hab & Swanky Tunes – Sending My Love (Tommy Trash Remix)”

  • it needs a few listens then its stuck

  • I love swanky tunes lol. this remix is sick.. its just like slightly off the grid enough to make you wanna dance it back on!

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