Falling somewhere within Calvin Harris and Junior Senior, dance-pop singer Tommy Sparks broke through in ’09 2009 using the slick golf club cut “She’s Got Me Dance.” Given birth to in Gothenburg, Sweden, but elevated in Stockholm, Sparks 1st fell deeply in love with hip-hop before gravitating toward the choice rock from the Pixies and Sonic Youngsters. By the finish of his teenagers he fell deeply in love with dance music because of his new preferred group, the Prodigy. When he relocated to London he created the group Vatican DC. After 2 yrs of gigs, singles, and EPs, the group split up, starting Sparks’ solo profession along the way. He surely got to use his idols in early 2009 when he added vocals towards the Prodigy B-side “Crazy West.” IN-MAY he do the same for Filthy Dukes, although this time around “Communications” will be the A-side as well as the centerpiece from the group’s Nonsense at night album. Immediately after, Sparks’ personal hit solitary “She’s Got Me Dance” landed around the Isle label, along with his self-titled debut recording pursuing in August.