Tommy Trash Bio

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Tommy Trash bio

Thomas Olsen, known by his stage name Tommy Trash, is an Australian DJ, record producer, and remixer, mainly working on the Electro house genre. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California and signed to Ministry of Sound Australia, subsidiary of Ministry of Sound. Bundaberg prodigy and son of the famous Nev and Nev, Tommy and his signature curls first came to people's attention with his debut single, “Slide.” A funky electro house fusion, “Slide” earned a slot on the holy grail of Australian dance music, the Ministry of Sound Annual 2007. His peak time began in mid-2011, thanks to one of his most recognizable tunes, titled "The End." This made him quickly noticed by high-profile DJs such as Tiësto, David Guetta, Swedish House Mafia, Afrojack, and Laidback Luke. "The End" pushed Tommy further into international fame. Before "The End," he launched "All My Friends" in 2010, collaborating with Tom Piper and Mr. Wilson on the vocals, who has already lent his voice in Tommy's song, “Need Me to Stay,” a song nominated by the ARIA Awards as a Best Dance Record in 2009. "All My Friends" managed to peak six weeks straight on the ARIA Club Charts. Due to its success, it was re-edited and remastered by Ministry of Sound in the UK and Germany, and peaked at 11 in the UK Cool Cuts chart. Tommy also launched his music on worldwide labels, such as Ministry of Sound, CR2, Great Stuff, Stealth, Toolroom Records, and Subliminal, and with future works on Ultra, Dim Mak, Musical Freedom, Mixmash, Rising Music, and Pinkstar. He has collaborated with other producers such as John Dahlback, Moguai, and Angger Dimas, and he has made remixes for artists like Armand Van Helden, Kaskade, Green Velvet, Gypsy & The Cat, Ou Est Le Swimming Pool, Dabruck & Klein, and EDX. In 2012 he produced “Cascade,” launched under the PinkStar label, and his collaboration in the album "Mpire" of German producer Moguai, in the track titled “In N' Out.”

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