Having successfully practiced a quite monotone and fierce electro-house sound throughout last year, 2012 has thus far indicated to be the year Aussie turned London resident Tommy Trash boasts his more versatile side. Following the synth-tinged remix for ‘Ladi Dadi‘, Thomas Olsen’s acid-oriented remix for the newest single from fRew is another testament to Trash’s flexible production knack, taking us back to the years the Roland TB-303 synthesizer became a revolutionary instrument for producers across the globe. Borrowing merely just the original’s radio-friendly vocal lines on behalf of John Dubbs and Honorebel, the latest indication to Trash’s relevance to all things electro-house builds further on the saying that 2012 will be the year acid-house returns to the forefront.

The Tommy Trash remix of ‘Wicked Woman’ is released March 16th via Onelove Recordings.

fRew feat, John Dubbs & Honorebel – Wicked Woman (Tommy Trash Remix)


9 Comments to “Preview: fRew – Wicked Woman (Tommy Trash Remix) [Onelove]”

  • bringar som vanligt

  • Love it! it gives me Future folk vibes!

  • TUNE!

  • for those who say hes doesnt change his drops. hes got EDM on his back GOOD STUFF all the time

  • yuck, not a fan

  • Love it! RetroAcid! _o_

  • asså hur fan gör denna snubben sina mixar, vafan använder han för super program

  • helvedeeeeeh, han har sånt sjukt tryck i mixen!

  • pooohh… Only Americans use the term EDM.

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