Tommy Trash continues his unbelievable spree. Momentously releasing one monstrous track after another, all within a few weeks of each other, previews are just the cherry on top that keep listeners juices flowing for his next enormous release. As we said on WMHA , remixing is a fearless task for Tommy. Tracks like “One Last Ride,” “Falling Out of Love,” “Edge of Earth,” and “Alive,” are just a few examples to back that up. Even if it’s music that is already great, Trash often manages to make it even better. This time, Trash generously previews his remix to one of the biggest influences in the electronic music world—Moby. Tommy Trash’s remix to “After” maintains Moby’s dark classic melodies and vocals, yet is filled with Trash’s signature juicy bass lines, and filthy electro drops. The release is set for October 17th, which is excitingly right around the corner!
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