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Following remixes for the likes of Swedish House Mafia, Afrojack, Tommy Trash and Depeche Mode as well as single releases across a wide array of different record labels, Tom Staar returns to the remix front with his take on New Jersey-born Cevin Fisher’s 1998 classic ‘The Freaks Come Out’. Using his signature hard-hitting drum work, Staar replaces the grimy house stylings of ‘The Freaks Come Out’ with a propulsive big room sound that oozes Tom Staar throughout.

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Well over a year after the release of the original version through Chris Lake’s Rising Music label, Tommy Trash’s ‘Monkey See Monkey Do’ returns for round two with a four-piece remix package for Deadmau5’s Mau5trap Recordings.

Calling upon the likes of Tom Staar, Nom De Strip, Zero Hero, and Tommy Trash himself, ‘Monkey See Monkey Do’ is given an extended shelf life courtesy of this eclectic collection of electro-laden remixes.

Out today on Beatport.

Well over a year after the release of the original version through Chris Lake’s Rising Music label, Tommy Trash’s ‘Monkey See Monkey Do’ returns for round two with a four-piece remix package for Deadmau5’s Mau5trap Recordings.

Calling upon the likes of Tom Staar, Nom De Strip, Zero Hero, and Tommy Trash himself, ‘Monkey See Monkey Do’ is given an extended shelf life courtesy of this eclectic collection of electro-laden remixes.

Out March 4th.

Following remixes of ‘Can’t Stop Me’ and ‘African Drop’, Tom Staar returns to Afrojack’s Wall Recordings to aid Style Of Eye’s inauguration to the label with a new original track of theirs.

In ‘After Dark’, we see a different side from what we normally associate with this Swedish-British duo. Rallying strong melodics and a seductive male top line rather than hammering beat work, ‘After Dark’ pays further testament to their ability to master more than one solitary subgenre.

Out today on Beatport.

Following remixes of ‘Can’t Stop Me’ and ‘African Drop’, Tom Staar returns to Afrojack’s Wall Recordings to aid Style Of Eye’s inauguration to the label with a new original track of theirs.

In ‘After Dark’, we see a different side from what we have come to associate with this Swedish-British duo. Rallying strong melodics and a seductive male top line rather than hammering beat work, ‘After Dark’ pays further testament to their ability to master more than one solitary subgenre.

Out February 25th.

Having already remixed the likes of Afrojack & Shermanology and Swedish House Mafia, British producers Tom Staar and Kryder reunite to start off the New Year with a free download of their take on Depeche Mode’s 1990 classic ‘Enjoy The Silence’. Utilizing Dave Grahan’s timeless vocal stylings with acid-esque drops and cheerful synth work, Staar and Kryder’s pulsing beat work play well alongside the melodies and vocals of the original to make for a strong first release of 2013.

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Following up on his collaborative effort alongside Wolfgang Gartner, ‘Evil Lurks‘, renowned Moda wingman Tom Staar makes his Mixmash Records debut with his final release of 2012 in ‘Kingdom’. Further emphasizing his unwillingness to be typecast, Staar flexes his instrumental muscles for a track of chugging chord progressions and bright synths. Though not his best work to date, ‘Kingdom’ sees the British producer add yet another solid original release to his back catalogue en route to 2013.

Out today on Beatport.

With a wealth of positivity surrounding the Dance music industry’s universal union, American tunemonger Wolfgang Gartner returns to aid newfound Mau5trap protégé Tom Staar’s inauguration to Ultra Music with a new original production called ‘Evil Lurks’.

Pitching cacophonic and spooky synth play alongside Gartner’s scattered wobbles, ‘Evil Lurks’ unites old school spirit and new school edge for a surprisingly melodic collaborative effort from two of the globe’s most intriguing producers of late.

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With a wealth of positivity surrounding the Dance music industry’s universal union, American tunemonger Wolfgang Gartner returns to aid newfound Mau5trap protégé Tom Staar’s inauguration to Ultra Music with a new original production called ‘Evil Lurks’.

Pitching conciously cacophonic and fidgety synth play alongside Gartner’s signature wobbles, ‘Evil Lurks’ unites old school spirit and new school edge for a surprisingly melodic collaborative effort from two of the globe’s most intriguing producers of late.

Out December 3rd.

Off the back of a summer season that has had his name written all over it, Tom Staar marks his return with a debut release on Wolfgang Gartner’s recently relaunched Kindergarten Recordings.

Leaping from acid-esque leads that scream nostalgic rave culture throughout to an unexpected segment of vintage House music and beautifully ornamented vocal work, the Ushuaia-premiered ‘Cheyenne’ continues Staar’s onslaught of genre-defying Dance music with unpretentious stamina. Despite the seemingly unfit match, the track is sure to earn the Moda wingman a few more stripes as his follow-up release to his official remix of Swedish House Mafia’s “Don’t You Worry Child” alongside Kryder.

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