Tommy Trash can’t keep his foot off the pedal. This guy keeps pumping out remixes and original productions faster than Tyrese could drive a car in Fast And The Furious LXXXII: Australian Acceleration (I made this up, but seriously how many movies are they going to make?). The icy vocals from Pnau set the stage for Tommy to unleash what we like to refer to as the ‘corkscrew sound.’ Many people get fed up with unoriginal sounds – good news for these folks is that Tommy keeps creating new stuff. Do you believe that Tommy is the hottest producer out there currently? Of course you believe it, because your mother didn’t raise a fool when she raised you.
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