Toolroom Records Selector Series: 17 Manuel De La Mare


Returning to the label with the seventeenth volume in the highly successful Toolroom Records Selector Series is Tuscan born DJ & producer, Manuel de la Mare. Since making his debut on the label in 2010, Manuel has been welcomed firmly into the Toolroom family and his impressive production & mixing skills make him a worthy […]

Simon Doty & DJ Dan “Disco Slice EP”


Rising star Simon Doty joins forces with electronic dance music icon DJ Dan for the release of the unstoppable ‘Disco Slice EP’. In a short time, Simon Doty has quickly made an impressive name for himself, winning support from the likes of Richie Hawtin, Dubfire and UMEK. His unique style of house and tech house […]

Toolroom Records Selector Series: 16 The Cube Guys


Delivering the third Selector Series of the year are infamous Italian Tech House DJ’s, The Cube Guys. Delving through the back catalogue, this dynamic duo select their favourite Toolroom hits, remixes and a selection of their own critically acclaimed releases on the label. Featuring 16 tracks from Mark Knight, UMEK, Federico Scavo, Rene Amesz, David […]

Pete Griffiths Feat Cevin Fisher “Chicago”


Toolroom’s very own Pete Griffiths teams up with house music heavyweight Cevin Fisher to bring you ‘Chicago’; a shining tribute to the spiritual birth place of house. Whilst tirelessly pushing the label forward, Pete Griffiths has enjoyed his own success with previous releases like ‘Filtered’, ‘No Soul’, and his recent remix of Doorly’s ‘Rush’, alongside […]

Saytek ‘Live On Cubism Vol. 2′


Joseph Keevill’s alter-ego Saytek drops a live production bomb, melding jazzy and atmospheric house with party four fours and outright foot stomping tech.

Deepfunk & Acidulent ‘Cosmos EP (inc. Boom Merchant Remix)


Quality dubby techno, tech-house business that should serve more than a few record boxes well.

Sid Le Rock ‘Busted With A Bag Of Bliss Remixes 1′


Fairmont, Justin Robertson as The Deadstock 33s, Remain and Space Ranger take on tracks from Mr. Le Rock’s recent album, veering from sleazy electro to techno.

Peru, Like The Country ‘Assassinator Remixes’


Inspired by rock, sounding like not much we’ve heard in a while, techno based on prog rock is obviously a good idea if this package is anything to go by.

The Mole ‘Caregiver’


Canadian underground hero The Mole pops up to deliver his first album in four years, and it’s exactly the smoky, funky, bluesy offbeat tech house we hoped for.

Luke Black ‘Dry Flutter EP’


Quality stuff from Luke Black, who lays the foundations for a great EP of underground, solid, atmospheric but ultimately very danceable tech, make no mistake.