Kill The Noise has released a new collaborative track titled “Louder“ with Australian producer Tommy Trash. The song highlights the duo’s sound design expertise and versatility learned over a decade of production and touring experience, blending sounds from different genres throughout electronic music. The two will be complimenting each others varied musical styles on their co-headlining 8-date North American tour throughout May, hitting New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Montreal, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, Chicoand Costa Mesa.
Canadian dance master Tiga’s contagious house single “Bugatti” more than piqued the interest of listeners when Pusha T jumped on the remix. It successfully bulldozed any facades of genre separation as “Bugatti” subsequently went on to go platinum on the internet with over 1 million plays to date. As if that wasn’t enough to celebrate, Tiga unveiled his iconic Storm Thorgerson style music video (man on fire at the end) by director Helmi in conjunction with Division Paris for the song which quickly grew into a worldwide phenomenon resulting in gifs and stills shared across social media platforms. Co-signed by Diplo, “Bugatti’s” fire continues to spread with a brand new remix package released today via Mad Decent.
The first official remix released from the package last week was the Boys Noize Acid Mix. The project also includes a scorching Jauz remix and a host of club assault-ready versions by the likes of Tommy Trash, Zed Bias, Eats Everything, and Torren Foot. Check out Tiga’s “Bugatti” remix package as he prepares to embark on a world tour including US and Canada dates (below).
TIGA TOUR DATES:
February 1st Igloofest, Montreal, Canada
February 5th Sub Club, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
February 6th Y Plas Cardiff, Wales UK
February 20th Coda, Toronto, Canada
February 22 EDC, Puerto Rico, USA
February 26 Bardot, Miami, USA
February 27 Salon Chablis, Medellin, Colombia
February 28 BAUM, Bogota, Colombia
Kicking off the first in a brand new series of full-length compilation records, Ministry of Sound’s ‘Inspired’ series looks to the bold sounds of Australia’s dance music maverick Tommy Trash. Backed to the hilt by some of the world’s finest in Tiësto, David Guetta and Swedish House Mafia, Trashenjoyed a vastly successful 2013, performing on the main stages at an array of internationally acclaimed festivals including Tomorrowland, Coachella and Creamfields, as well as summer appearances at Departures in Ibiza.
With high-profile remix work for the likes of Zedd, Empire Of The Sun and Steve Aoki already under his belt, a US Grammy nomination for his remix of Deadmau5’s ‘The Veldt’ and a Swedish Grammy nomination for his platinum selling collaboration ‘Reload’ featuring John Martin and Sebastian Ingrosso, Tommy Trash is a natural choice for the inaugural transmission in the ‘Inspired’ series.
The compilation series itself looks for artists to tell their own story through records, documenting those that have inspired their respective journeys to the top and thus giving each edition a uniquely personal feel that other, full-length offerings fail to deliver. “For me, it was all about the concept that Ministry of Sound came to me with. I really loved the idea of giving my fans an insight into what really influenced and inspired me”, Tommy explains.
Due for release on March 16th, his 29 ‘Inspired’ piece spans over two CDs, with the first covering ‘Past Inspirations’ and the second ‘Present and Future inspirations’, exploring a fully comprehensive mix of styles and sounds. “Most of the tracks on the first disc were from around 2001-2007, which was a real time of discovery for me … There were some producers that I had to include on there too – Stuart Price, Deadmau5, Eric Prydz and Booka Shade to name a few.”
To compliment the fusion of old and new, Trash has also chosen to include three fresh and exclusive tracks, including an extraordinary bootleg of Cascade vs The End. “These two tracks were crucial for my career going to the next level. I still love playing them out and get big reactions from them but I really wanted to give people something new for this compilation, a twist on a classic as it were.” The full track-lists, to be released in the weeks leading up to release, are sure to be hotly anticipated.
High-energy and with all the dance floor heat you’d expect but still perhaps most significantly, deeply personal, Tommy Trash’s ‘Inspired’ joins the dots between great music and a great concept. “It’s really good to take a step back and look at what music informed the tracks myself and probably quite a lot of my peers make today. I think it’s healthy for people’s understanding of what they’re listening to.”
2014 Tour Dates
February 28 – 79 Paris, Paris, France
March 1 – Cream, Liverpool, UK
March 1 – Gatecrasher, Birmingham, UK
March 3 – Duel Beats, Naples, Italy
March 6 – O1NE, Abu Dhabi, UAE
March 7 – Colours, Glasgow, UK
March 8 – Ziggodome, Amsterdam, Netherlands
March 10 – Flex, Vienna, Austria
March 13 – Tunez Festival, Tel Aviv, Israel
March 14 – Hands Up/Mach 1, Nuremberg, Germany
March 15 – Ministry of Sound, London, UK
March 16 – Academy, Dublin, Ireland
More dates to be announced…