I don’t usually post edits, but when I do they are monstrous bangers from Dancing Astronaut favorite Tommy Trash. As if his electro attack on The Aston Shuffle’s “Sunrise” wasn’t frenetic enough, Mr. Trash splices his remix with Tony Romera’s latest original “Pandor” to give the track a brand new, 128 bpm jolt of big room energy. Cooking up originals and edits in his studio like some modern-day Doctor Frankenstein, you can almost hear the long-haired Aussie’s maniacal cackles under the thunderous bass. It’s alive!
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