Next up in Toolroom Records Anniversary Remixes series is Mark Knight and Funkagenda’s huge ‘Man With The Red Face’, which has been reinterpreted by Dutch producer Hardwell, Toolroom regular Rene Amesz and longstanding house DJ/producer ATFC.
Toolroom Records recently released their latest big track, Quivver Feat Angel Hart ‘I Don’t Wanna Wait’, with remixes by Ben Delay, David Penn and Pammin, with and a video shot in Miami. Quivver, who has gained support for his various club releases from A-list DJs such as Sasha, Pete Tong, Paul Oakenfold and John Digweed, has also garnered a loyal fanbase through his productions and continues to deliver lots of top productions.
Sander van Doorn and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s ‘Project T’, the track that launched the official Tomorrowland 2012 after-movie, finally gets its release on September 2 via Dutch label Spinnin’ Records.
With Wookie’s debut release, ‘Battle’, and his underground track ‘Scrappy’, plus his remix of Sia’s ‘Little Man’, Wookie quickly emerged as one of the key players in the UK Garage scene. So it’s no surprise that the current resurgence in bass-lead, funk inflected tracks has found the East London resident being name-checked by the likes of Disclosure and Rudimental.
Out this week on Toolroom Records, ‘10 Years Of SW4’ captures the very best of the festival's history and diversity with a selection of tracks from its most iconic artists, hand-picked by the organisers themselves. Having started as a backyard party in June 2001 and growing in number over the next couple of years, SW4 was born on Clapham Common in August 2004. The first ever headliners included Erick Morillo and Sasha, with an extra three stages of acts helping SW4 become a huge sellout.
Compiled and mixed by Defected’s Any Daniell, ‘Bargrooves Ibiza 2013’ was released this month, capturing the Balearic house spirit of the White Isle. Comprising 30 full-length, unmixed tracks that take in both current and classic Ibiza vibes, the release also includes two bonus mixes for an uninterrupted Ibiza experience.
Since 1967, Pacha has been exerting its reign of dance music and clubbing all over the world from Barcelona and Ibiza and nowadays you can find a Pacha nightclub in America, Brazil, Austria, England, Australia, Morocco, Russia, Germany, Portugal, Egypt and Argentina. With many top album releases over the years, this month Pacha gets set to release its latest compilation, ‘Pacha Ibiza Deep House’, which showcases some of the coolest sounds in the scene right now.
Written and produced by Kevin Saunderson and featuring the vocals of Paris Grey, ‘Good Life’ was released in 1988 and went on to become one of the defining tunes of its era, maintaining “classic” status ever since. Some 25 years later, the latest producers to deliver their renditions for the first batch of 2013 remixes are Pig & Dan, Markus Lauc, Matt Smallwood, Ian O’Donovan and Dantiez Saunderson & White Chocolate.
London-based solo artist G.Logan continues to establish himself with his productions. Boasting previous production credits for the likes of Kelis, Jay Sean and Craig David, his latest release, ‘How Did We’, on Defected Records acts as further evidence of his talent.