Released 10 Years Ago: Steve Aoki – Ladi Dadi (Tommy Trash Remix)

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Released 10 Years Ago: Steve Aoki – Ladi Dadi (Tommy Trash Remix)

If we were debating about the best remixes of the past decade, most electronic dance music fans would argue that this exact remix should be in the discussion. Taking the original track and flipping it on its head, Tommy Trash delivered a mesmerizing remix to Steve Aoki‘s ‘Ladi Dadi’ which some may say is better than the original itself. Built around an energetic rolling bassline that few have been able to master production-wise and combining it with a creative and infectious melody made for a wonderful result. This remix proved to dominate the dance music scene with Swedish House Mafia playing it during their synonymous tour in 2013.

One of Australia’s biggest dance music exports over the past decade, Tommy Trash, recently returned after a 2-year hiatus with his recent collaboration with Peking Duk ‘Lil Bit’, and his epic voyage of a remix for deadmau5 & Kiesza‘s ‘Bridged By A Lightwave’. His newest collaboration with Peking Duk, ‘Lil Bit’ is a veritable earworm that showcases once again why he is one of Australia’s most exciting electronic artists. With previous releases including his massive hit ‘Reload’ and the GRAMMY-nominated remix of deadmau5’s track ‘The Veldt’, Tommy Trash’s production talents are not bound to any genre or time constraints, and recent singles highlight once again that he is one of the world’s most important dance music progenitors.

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