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As premiered by BBC Radio 1’s Danny Howard, Tommy Trash breaks his silence on the remix front with his take on Sub Focus’ latest single, ‘Endorphins’. Driving deeper into the rich melodic properties of his tough yet elegant sound, Trash goes in a similar vein as his remixes of ‘Ladi Dadi’ and ‘The Veldt’, bringing the burly Electro House vibes that have sealed his name to the big-time with notable success.

Subtle piano play in the breakdown segments of the remix give space for Alex Clare’s infectious vocals to breathe before croaking bass and that classic Tommy Trash sound emerge and take a u-turn on Sub Focus’ drum and bass stylings.

Out today on iTunes

Sebastian Ingrosso and Tommy Trash’s acclaimed collaboration ‘Reload’ was undeniably one of the leaders among last year’s Progressive House anthems. In its original form, those captivating synth lines and creaseless breaks made for one of the essential moments of any reputable DJ set, marking that Ingrosso and Trash was a match made in heaven as far as the club floor was concerned.

Close to six months down the line from its instrumental release, ‘Reload’ is given an extended shelf life courtesy of the vocal talents of famed Swedish House Mafia vocalist John Martin. Officially premiered as an Essential New Tune on Pete Tong’s Essential Selection, the new, sing-along friendly version of ‘Reload’ is sure to be music to the ears of those who craved a vocal cut or simply missed it first time around.

Out today on iTunes.

As premiered by BBC Radio 1’s Danny Howard, Tommy Trash breaks his silence on the remix front with his take on Sub Focus’ forthcoming single, ‘Endorphins’. Driving deeper into the rich melodic properties of his tough yet elegant sound, Trash goes in a similar vein as his remixes of ‘Ladi Dadi’ and ‘The Veldt’, bringing the burly Electro House vibes that have sealed his name to the big-time with notable success.

Subtle piano play in the breakdown segments of the remix give space for Alex Clare’s infectious vocals to breathe before croaking bass and that classic Tommy Trash sound emerge and take a u-turn on Sub Focus’ drum and bass stylings.

Update: The release date is set for May 12th.

Sebastian Ingrosso and Tommy Trash’s acclaimed collaboration ‘Reload’ was undeniably one of the leaders among last year’s Progressive House anthems. In its original form, those captivating synth lines and creaseless breaks made for one of the essential moments of any reputable DJ set, marking that Ingrosso and Trash was a match made in heaven as far as the club floor was concerned.

Close to six months down the line from its instrumental release, ‘Reload’ is given an extended shelf life courtesy of the vocal talents of famed Swedish House Mafia vocalist John Martin. Officially premiered as this week’s Essential New Tune on Pete Tong’s Essential Selection, the new, sing-along friendly version of ‘Reload’ is sure to be music to the ears of those who craved a vocal cut or simply missed it first time around.

Update: The release date is set for May 10th.

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.

Back on full effect after releasing ‘NYMSN’ through Cr2 Records, German producers Jewelz and Scott Sparks reunite to release their unofficial version of Tommy Trash’s ‘Truffle Pig’ free of charge.

Using their minimalistic, peak-time sound scope, the German duo swap the bass-heavy drops of ‘Truffle Pig’ for standalone lead play and heavy kicks while maintaining it’s haunting melodic break-downs.

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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 March 4th.

Outside of his part in whacky House tag-team Duck Sauce, Montreal’s A-Trak is not only the DJ’s DJ, but an impressively outgoing asset of musical differentiation. Joined by Tommy Trash, GTA, Galantis, and Oliver, Alain Macklovitch follows up his remix of ‘Misunderstanding‘ with a diverse four-track EP titled ‘Tuna Melt’.

With a sound scope ranging from the chugging chord play of title track ‘Tuna Melt’ to the trap stylings of ‘Landline’ to the pitch-defying leads and burly low-end riffage of ‘Jumbo’ and ‘Disco Nap’, the ‘Tuna Melt’ EP marks not only a collection of some of the most interesting collaborations of late, but an unorthodox shot of hope for the dance music scene.

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Celebrating by far his loudest year on the beat with his usual guise of originality, Australian Electro monger Tommy Trash follows-up his recent debuts for Axtone and Refune alike with the long awaited solo outing ‘Truffle Pig’.

Premiered by David Guetta earlier this Fall, his latest studio venture brings together a coherent fusion of chunky beats, French touch filters and the grinding lead work that Tommy has consistently wielded throughout his recording career. With forthcoming collaborative duties alongside Albin Myers and A-Trak still to be released and gleaming reputation for dance floor deliverance behind him, Tommy drops the meat headed fuzz factor to prove that there is still creative integrity found within the realms of peak time festival fuel.

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An increasingly prominent player among American club land, LA Riot’s Hot Mouth follows on from a year of integral club mongering by taking on the defining stylings of Tommy Trash and last year’s single ‘Blair Bitch Project’.

Unveiled on the latest episode of Trashed Radio, Jon Pegnato dark and synth driven rework drives a tight and quality sense of fresh energy to the already accomplished offering from Australia’s premium Electro export. By far one of the most distinguished remixes to Peganto’s industry belt this year, upfront Electro without the repetitive commodities is evidently still at the forefront of Hot Mouth’s promising push forward.

Out soon on Dim Mak.

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