‘Toolroom Goes Deep’ returns for its third outing, showcasing the deeper side of Toolroom Records though an array of Toolroom favourites and previously unreleased exclusives. The album is packed full of some of the biggest deep house tracks from established and emerging artists.
The album’s tracklisting is deep and melodic with tracks from Hot Since 82 and Hackman to garage-inspired cuts from Vanilla Ace, Prince Club and Bordertown, to techy rollers from Supernova, Doomwork and Tapesh. It contains many exclusives, including Eelke Kleijn’s ‘Onderhuids’, Honey Dijon & Jerome Robins’ ‘Wanting’ and Deep City Groove’s ‘Don’t Want Don’t Need’, alongside Toolroom favourites like Dusky’s remix of Cloud 9’s ‘Do You Want Me Baby’, Mark Knight’s remix of Submotion Orchestra’s ‘Thinking’ and Robosonic’s rework of Johnny Corporate’s ‘Sunday Shoutin’. In total, there’s 40 tracks plus three full-length DJ mixes. It’s out now.