A Great Big World – Say Something (Tass Reboot)


A Great Big World – Say Something (Tass Reboot)

Australian DJ/Producer and Neon Records A&R Tass is releasing his brand new Reboot of A Great Big World’s #1 single “Say Something” as a free download today. Hurry on over to his Facebook page to grab it before it’s gone!

Having already supported international acts Axwell & Sebastian Ingrosso (Swedish House Mafia), Adam K, Afrojack, Basement Jaxx, Bob Sinclar, Deadmau5, D.O.N.S., Hardwell, Ian Carey, Kid Creme & Junior Jack, Morgan Page, Prok & Fitch, Ron Carroll (to name a few) including vocal divas Inaya Day, Julie McKnight, Robin S & Terri B, there’s no questioning Tass has earned a high level of respect.

In the height of his success, Tass packed his bags for a series of international appearances in 2010 and 2011. Pacha London to Ibiza with Pukka Up’s Original Sunset Boat Party including four shows in the El Salon at the infamous Space Ibiza for The Revolution Continues ft. Carl Cox on Tuesdays and Come Together on Thursdays.

His natural progression from music player to music producer lead to an official release and ARIA Club Chart #3 remixing “Hear Me” on Onelove Recordings for Jono Fernandez and ARIA Club Chart #6 remixing “A Million Lights” on Neon Records for Grant Smillie (TV ROCK), young prodigy Walden and Queen of clubs Zoe Badwi. EDM.com recently premiered Tass’ fiery mix of Ivan Gough, Walden & Jebu’s “Home” (feat. Penelope Austin), clocking up over 55,000 plays and claiming the top spot on House.NET’s Top 10 tracks.

Debut collaborative single “It’s Not Over” with 6 Fingers and vocalist Mitch Thompson (X-Factor/ The Voice) swiftly earned anthem status… rallying over 5000 plays in 5 days, receiving regular spins on stations The Edge and Nova 96.9, not to mention international supports from the likes of Morgan Page, Paul Oakenfold, Nari & Milani, Promise Land, Marco V and more.

Popular amongst the people for his cleverly infectious and melodic sound, there is no doubt Tass has a big future in the music industry.