Sebastian Ingrosso and Tommy Trash‘s mega-hit known as “Reload” has dominated festivals, nightclubs, and everywhere in between over the past year. Today, it has officially become even bigger as Pete Tong premiered its vocal mix as his Essential New Tune. The tandem call on John Martin to replicate the singing he’s produced on “Save The World” and “Don’t You Worry Child,” taking the title literally for the song’s lyrics.Posted by
It’s inevitable that countdowns will always spark controversy, that’s just the nature of the beast. Some tracks will be snubbed, some overlooked, and some ranked higher than you may have expected. We’ve already gone over our ranking criteria at length but despite our own self-imposed guidelines, 2012 proved to be more difficult to rank than years past. With the EDM explosion officially in full swing throughout the year, the sheer number of releases was mind numbing, and — consequently — nearly impossible to rank. There has been no greater challenge for the editors at Dancing Astronaut than creating the list of the Biggest Tracks of 2012.
With Kaskade back in his KMM swing, we can expect stellar mashups week in and week out. This time around, Mr. Freaks of Nature is dishing out two bootlegs — one downloadable, one streamable — both of which feature tunes from Tommy Trash. The first is Kaskade’s “Empty Streets” vocal upon Trash’s “Cascade,” which can be claimed from SoundCloud. The second, for our listening pleasures only, is Tommy’s “Reload” collaboration laced with the ever famous “Eyes.” Jump below the break and enjoy a Monday mashup on a Tuesday.
Along with selling out shows around the world in record time, Sebastian Ingrosso of Swedish House Mafia has a new track out today with Tommy Trash. “Reload” has been a long time coming, and we’ve known that it would be a bomb since Tommy mistakenly revealed it a few months back (and then told us more in our Behind The Booth video). The melody is made for humming along, and we fully expect this to become a staple in DJ sets for the coming winter festival season. Everything about this track just works: the progression, the effects, the little things added here and there that help justify why it took so long to be released…