W&W, Timmy Trumpet & Will Sparks Team Up For ‘Tricky Tricky’ Rehash

Will Sparks has teamed up with fellow Australian Timmy Trumpet as well as recruiting label heads W&W for a massive collaboration that the people have been demanding for months now.

The record is a cover of the already successful remix of ‘Tricky Tricky’ by Sequenza, that is why you see him featured. Will Sparks joined W&W’s re-branded label Rave Culture with his hit ‘My Spine Is Tingling’ and is now back, this time with the bosses.

The track itself is a hard hitting anthem with each artists sounds heard through the production. With signature Will Sparks synths and a killer psy-trance drop, this is the perfect record that represents all the artists. Timmy’s Trumpets are heard in the second lead, up to the massive second drop.

This is the first time these artists are not just collaborating together, but no two of them have released before. Timmy Trumpet and Will Sparks did release a free download 4 years ago however but nothing official. After we saw W&W and Timmy Trumpet team up for a special back to back at AMF, this is surely the first of many collaborations from the group.

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