ARIA Award-nominated Tommy Trash is one of dance music’s rising stars. Since bursting onto the scene less than five years ago, Tommy has dominated charts and dance floors alike with over 45 originals and remixes, quickly establishing himself as one of Australia’s most talented and prolific artists. Now London-based, Tommy has his sights set firmly on world domination.
Tommy’s latest single, “The End”, was his most successful to date. A European summer anthem championed by international superstars Tiesto, David Guetta, Swedish House Mafia, Afrojack and Laidback Luke, “The End” put Tommy firmly in the international spotlight.
Prior to “The End”, Tommy’s Australian hit “All My Friends” spent a whopping six weeks at the top of Australia’s ARIA Club Charts. Now re-released by Ministry Of Sound in the UK and Germany, “All My Friends” hit number 11 on the UK Cool Cuts chart.
Tommy’s had tunes on a bevy of top dance music labels across the world, including Ministry Of Sound, cr2, Great Stuff, Stealth, Toolroom and Subliminal, and has upcoming releases on Dim Mak, Musical Freedom, Mixmash, Rising and Pinkstar. He’s collaborated with producers including John Dahlback, Moguai and Angger Dimas, and when not busy writing his own hits, can be found remixing artists such as Armand Van Helden, Kaskade, Green Velvet, Gypsy And The Cat, Ou Est Le Swimming Pool and EDX.
Tommy has also mixed a handful of Ministry of Sound Australia’s iconic compilation albums, including the 2011 Annual, which achieved the number one position on both the iTunes Album Chart and ARIA Compilation Chart, as well as Sessions Six, Seven and Eight and Electro House Sessions One and Two.
Outside of the studio, Tommy has built a reputation as a highly skilled and much loved DJ. Curls flying, Tommy plays a crowd-pleasing collection of his own originals, remixes, edits and bootlegs, and is an unquestionable draw card for club nights and festivals across the USA, Europe, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. From Privilege and Ushuaia in Ibiza to Sanky’s in Manchester and Stereosonic in Australia, Tommy’s sets are not to be missed.