Toolroom enlists the services of Mendo and Sllash & Doppe to mix up 60 plus of the biggest and best tunes for the Amsterdam Dance Event 2019
We live in the most productive time ever for House & Techno. It’s genuinely hard to keep up with the churn of top quality tracks and this is where albums like Toolroom Amsterdam 2019 come in.
69 full length, unmixed tracks, 2 full length mixes that span everything from straight up House to booming Techno and everything in-between- from current floor burners to future favourites, it’s all here!
Among the whopping 69 tracks are gems like Mendo’s ‘Lemonade’, sampling 1989 classic ‘Just Let Go’ by Petra & Co and making great use of those evergreen Inner City style synths.
The album serves plenty in the way of hot current and upcoming material, all tried and tested by the Toolroom DJs on the radio and in the clubs. From top tracks by Weiss, Eli Brown, Maxine, David Tort and Danny Howard to excellent outings from the likes of Jacky (UK), and Ben Remember, there’s plenty of memorable and instantly recognisable weapons here.
Another great aspect of this comp is the sheer variety, you may (like this writer) be a tech house fan but tracks like Silash & Doppe’s 80s inspired ‘Gingobah’ and the shimmering 90s Prog/Trance of Dezza and my Friend’s ‘Dream Weaver’ are sure fire winners as is the deeper techier shades of Piemont’s ‘The Random’
For pure House & Garage, feast your ears on fine contributions from Jinadu, Junior Sanchez & MANT. For funky/jacking/disco, try Cashio’s massive ‘Dancing (with me) and for still the dominant genre, tech house, this ADE VA is stacked with a huge selection of tracks from Marck Jamz & Cassimm, Max Chapman & George Smeddles, Mr. Kavalicious, Seige, Jamie Roy & Jay De Lys, Alex Twitchy and more!
There are tunes that sit between genres and fixed tempos like the enigmatic offerings from Mark Jenkyns & Mizbee and Martin Ikin. Techno bangers are in ample supply thanks to Alan Fitzpatrick, Mark Reeve & Umek and US style Bass/Tech House is represented in style by NiQW and OMNOM.
We would be remiss not to mention further quality contributions from Will Clarke, Martin Badder, Wheats, Hector Couto and a huge roster of fresh talent.
When the productivity game is as on point as it is right now, respect is due to brands like Toolroom and the DJs and tastemakers who curate albums as good as this one!
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