I don't think any artist has had a bigger year than Tommy Trash. I was lucky enough to see him play his first US show at The Music Box in LA, opening for Wolfgang Gartner on 10/22. I was even luckier to be able to meet Tommy Trash backstage and after a little gushing (ok a lot), he invited us upstairs to a little backstage gathering. Tommy Trash is one of the nicest and most humble DJs I have had the pleasure to meet, seeming almost surprised I was such a big fan. He also knows how to party; he was personally DJing the room while we were taking Grey Goose handle pulls until 5AM.
The video below is Mr. Trash himself dunking that monkey above into a cup of pure vodka. Brilliant.
Every time I think to myself, there is no way he can have more releases up his sleeve, Tommy Trash keeps up his vicious release schedule. Seriously, I think he has more releases this year than most artists have unreleased versions they are still working on. Monkey See Monkey Docame out just a few days ago, and his remix of Shave It came out today. Super jelly of everyone who got to see Steve Angello drop it at Escape From Wonderland, but I somehow stumbled upon that video in the wee hours of the morning, so I wasn't too far behind.
Rage past the jump for a small exclusive regarding where Tommy Trash is moving to next year.
Tommy Trash attempting to lick my face. Seriously.
I think I have a bit of awesome news when I tell you that I have heard it from the man himself that Tommy Trash is planning to move to LA in the early part of 2012, which I hope means that next year is going to be even bigger for Mr. Trash.
Of course there's more: his next remix was dropped by none other than Tiesto in Sao Paulo. Steve Forte Rio's Slumber is getting trashier. Look for it off of Tiesto's label Musical Freedom later this month (!!!)