The End

Album: single release only (2011)


  • The Australian born Tommy Trash struck the heart of the dance music scene when he released this Electro-House influenced track via Downright Records on April 21, 2011. "The End" was his ticket to success, played and supported by almost every DJ in 2011. Mr. Trash quickly become known throughout the EDM community for his signature sound: he mashes progressive drums and pulsing synths with hard energy-driven basslines, along with his unique instrument sounds including anything from bagpipes to croaking basses.
  • In "The End" you can hear a distorted catchy guitar melody that makes you feel almost as if you are somewhere in the Middle East. This unique sounding guitar begins pitch bending with an almost flawless drum-loop, simultaneously you can hear the electro heavy bass creeping in until it drops to nothing but a gritty compressed bass and kick drum. Perfection for any DJ looking to move the crowd.


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