Published on August 29th, 2012 | by Carole Murray0
Tommy Trash – Trashed Radio 002
Australia’s finest, Tommy Trash, is back again to take us on another hour long journey filled with heavy electro, bootlegs, and the newest released bangers of today. Last month, Trash showcased his personal taste in music when he released his first episode of his monthly radio show “Trashed”. The show was made for Tiësto’s Club Life channel on Sirius XM and has been a huge hit thus far.
“Acid house is back baby,” proclaims Trash, and this months episode displays just that. Trashed Radio 002 features many new hits such as John Dahlback’s ‘Zues’, Hardwell’s – ‘Triangles‘, and Tom Staar’s remix of ‘African Drop‘ by Rob Marmot & My Digital Enemy. The amount of diversity in this tracklist is what makes the ‘Trashed’ podcast truly unique and worth a listen.
01. R3hab & Swanky Tunes feat. Max C – Sending My Love (Tommy Trash Remix) [Wall] w/ Calvin Harris – Flashback [Sony]
02. Rob Marmot & My Digital Enemy – African Drop (Tom Staar Remix) [Wall]
03. Steve Forte Rio feat. Lindsey Ray – Slumber (Tommy Trash Remix) [Musical Freedom]
04. Hardwell – Triangles [Toolroom]
05. John Dahlback – Zeus [Doorn]
06. Zedd feat. Matthew Koma – Spectrum (Deniz Koyu Remix) [Interscope]
07. Tommy Trash vs. Digitalism – Falling (Tommy Trash Remix) [Spinnin]
08. Peo De Pitte – Easy White Boy (Savage Skulls Remix)
09. Heat Maxwell – Uprising [Mau5trap]
10. Galantis – Raveheart [Robotberget]
11. Qulinez – Troll [Size] w/ Tame Impala – Apocalypse Dreams [Modular]
12. Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs – Household Goods [Greco-Roman]
About the Author
Carole Murray Beach girl; college student; and full time EDM enthusiast who travels near and far to keep up with and enjoy the music that lives in her heart. You can find her dancing and jumping around in the middle of the crowd at any show. She is always singing as loud as possible and is constantly losing her voice. Her favorite producer of all time is the master of moombahton, Dillon Francis. Carole's experience of attending the productions of many diverse artists keeps her thumb on the pulse of today's cutting edge sound.