British DJ & producer Tom Staar has accomplished quite a lot in his glorious career, and his Tomorrowland 2017 set at the Axtone Arena may have topped it all. Known best for bringing to popularity bigroom house with a groovy twist alongside Kryder in 2014, the man seems to not be able to stop continuing setting trends and innovating in the fast-paced world of dance music.
His hour-long Tomorrowland set contains a plethora of classics as well as brand new music, from both himself and his label Staar Traxx. His latest release on Cartel Recordings called ‘Itsa Trumpet Thing’ serves as a massive opener, and is followed by an upcoming release on his imprint, as well as his hit rework of Robbie Rivera‘s ‘The Funkatron’. Tom continues to set the tone with classics from his label and himself, including his and Kryder’s remix of ‘Ping Pong’, Micha Moor‘s ‘Kwango’, and the Jebu remix of ‘We Are’.
The second half of the set is mostly comprised of Tom’s own releases, many of which are forthcoming in the near future. His massive collaboration with Kryder called ‘Storm’ makes the cut, as well as his upcoming heater on Smash The House later this year, amongst a few others. The brilliant set closes off with Tom’s latest on Size Records called ‘Drift’, marking the end of one of the best sets of the festival weekend.
Check out the full set below and let us know what you think!