Australia’s biggest DJ export, Timmy Trumpet, is excited to reach brand new horizons this March. The Sydney born trumpeter, DJ and producer is getting ready to make history by becoming the first live instrumentalist to DJ from space! To celebrate this momentous occasion, Timmy is releasing a brand-new track, High. The enthusiastic effort is a collaboration with Aussie hip hop legends Bliss n Eso and US soul singer Lee Fields.
Since bursting onto the scene, Australian hip hop project Bliss N Eso have racked up millions of Spotify streams for an array of pop and urban infused hits with integral messages of positivity. Their informal and sincere approach to hip hop has translated into multiple ARIA number one albums and gold and platinum records.
As the track will inevitably sky rocket, we look forward to Timmy’s space premiere at the World Club Dome ‘Zero Gravity’ event, made possible by Big City Beats and the European Space Agency. As the part of the project Timmy joins fellow dance music pioneers Armin Van Buuren, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, and Steve Aoki. On the heavily anticipated March 25, Timmy will lift off from France, undertaking 16 parabolic flights each lasting 22 seconds as the vessel bounces off our atmosphere.
“Getting the opportunity to play my music up there is an honour and something that I’ve dreamed of since I was a kid. I’ve loved Bliss n Eso’s work for years and when we started working together I knew this track was something special. I feel like I’m taking a part of Australian music culture on an unforgettable journey, sharing what we have created with the rest of the world.” – TIMMY TRUMPET
Timmy Trumpet – High (feat Bliss n Eso feat. Lee Fields) is out now.
Find out more information from this historic message on the project, sent from the International Space Station.