Tommy Trash launches record label Milky Wave
GRAMMY-nominated dance music export Tommy Trash has launched his own record label, Milky Wave.
Trash has been on a three-year musical hiatus. During this time, he said he’d been reevaluating music, life and his purpose on the planet.
He said he’s wanted to launch a label for a long time, but was waiting for the perfect record to do it with.
Milky Wave’s first release will be Trash’s new single ‘Satisfy’, out today. The track draws heavy inspiration from the artist’s global travels and is said to be the perfect introduction to the sound of his new imprint.
“‘Satisfy’ is the very first release from my new imprint, Milky Wave, and it feels like a good taste of what’s to come,” he said. “I’ve been on such a huge journey these past few years, both personally and in my career, and I’ve been rediscovering a lot of great house music along the way.
“This record really captures everything I love about house. It’s a bona fide club jam and the sort of music I’m excited about putting out on Milky Wave.”
The label will aim to be a “home for forward-thinking productions “and “an inviting space for house music across the globe”.
“Serving as a new exciting home for out-of-the-box sounds, new artists and house music that surprises and excites , Milky Wave is the freshest new label on the scene,” the new label said.