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Dannic To Mix Next Toolroom Knights Compilation

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Hailing from the hometown of Tiesto & Hardwell, Dutch DJ and producer Dannic has forged quite a reputation for himself since exploding onto the scene back in 2009. Quickly recognised as one to watch, his production skills quickly won acclaim from some of the scenes biggest names  with DJ’s such as John Dahlback, Ferry Corsten, Eddie Halliwell, Nicky Romero, Paul Oakenfold, Sander van Doorn and Tiesto  amongst the acts with his tracks in their record bags.. So with such support from some of the industry’s key figures and remixing some of the biggest names in pop music it’s little wonder why Dannic has become a main player in the world of dance music.

His releases have featured on some of the biggest labels in the dance music industry including Universal, Protocol, ROC Nation, Atlantic, Ministry of Sound and Ultra and have received radio support from a host of taste making stations. 2013 has already been a massive year for Dannic and now following the success of his first Toolroom Records release ‘Clobber’ at the beginning of the year, and his recent release of ‘Ignite’, Dannic is welcomed back onto the label to provide you with the next Toolroom Knights compilation in the acclaimed series. Featuring a selection of  some of his favorite tracks from the year so far alongside a selection of mash-ups combining the works of Nom De Strip, Tommy Trash, Steve Angello and Wayne & Woods, a number of Toolroom classics and an exclusive track by Dannic  himself entitled ‘Bring The Funk’ we’re sure it’s a mix that will get toolroom fans excited ahead of its release.

The album delves into a multitude of genres boasting a whole host of well-known names including Prok & Fitch, My Digital Enemy, Sick Individuals, Hardwell, Mark Knight, Funkagenda, Marco V, Muzzaik and many more. Packed with 32 of the biggest tracks alongside a full-length DJ mix, ‘Toolroom Knights Mixed by Dannic’ is a welcome edition to the Toolroom Knights catalogue providing listeners with those same infectious grooves, rolling beats and unique cuts which have seen the label celebrate 10 years of success.

Check out the tracklist and a mix teaser below

Tracklist

01. Dannic – Bring The Funk (Original Club Mix) 02. Mark Knight & Funkagenda – Man With The Red Face (Hardwell Remix)03. Fedde Le Grand – Metrum (UMEK Remix)04. Jewelz & Scott Sparks – Hot Rod 05. Tommy Trash – Monkey See Monkey Do06. Hardwell – Three Triangles (Losing My Religion) (Original Club Mix)07. Steve Angello & Third Party – Lights08. dBerrie – Malfunction09. Dannic – Rocker10. Alex Kenji – Blue Strobe Light (Original Club Mix)11. Nom De Strip – Techno Saturday12. Dannic – Ignite (Original Club Mix)13. Wayne & Woods & Henrix – Jumangee14. Mark Knight, Underworld & Sander Van Doorn – Ten (Original Club Mix)15. Dave Winnel & Will Reckless – Achtung! feat. Will Reckless16. Marco V, Stefano Pain & Alex Guesta – Quake 17. Roberto Da Costa & Daphne Khoo – Excited feat. Daphne Khoo (Sick Individuals Dub) 18. Nicky Romero, Nilson & John Christian – Still The Same Man feat. John Christian feat. Nilson (Original Club Mix)19. My Digital Enemy – Feel It In The Air20. Prok & Fitch – Here Comes The Noise21. Dannic – Clobber (Original Club Mix)22. Antonio Giacca – Calm Down 23. JoeySuki – Kitchen24. Phunk Investigation – Let The Bass Kick (Original Club Mix)25. Cedric Gervais – Flip [Original Club Mix)26. Bobby Rock – Blitz27. The Potbelleez – Saved In A Bottle (Dannic Remix)28. Muzzaik & Dave Martin – Let’s Go (Original Club Mix)29. Antonio Giacca – Alumbra (Original Club Mix)30. Beltek – Eric Goes To Disco (Original Club Mix)31. John Dahlback – Sing That (Original Club Mix) 32. EDX – Touched (Original Club Mix)

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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