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Toolroom Join Forces With SW4 Festival



Toolroom Records  have joined forces with SW to Celebrate one of the UK’s favourite dance music events with new compilation10 Years Of SW4’  setting out to capture the very best of the festival’s history & diversity with a selection of tracks from its most iconic artists, hand-picked by the organisers themselves.

 Having started as a small backyard party back in June 2001  which rapidly grew over the next couple of years, SW4 was born on Clapham Common in August 2004. The first ever headliners included Erick Morillo and Sasha, and with an extra three stages of acts helped SW4 become a huge sellout. As the festival progressed,  the crowds increased and the line-ups grew bigger and stronger than ever before. In 2010, popular demand turned the festival from a one-day event into a two-day extravaganza with Carl Cox hosting the indoor arena with headliners such as  Pendulum and Underworld, and seen standout sets delivered from the likes of Magnetic Man, Above & Beyond, Richie Hawtin and Laurent Garnier.

So with such an illustrious history of bringing some of electronic music’s biggest names to the capital over the past decade it seemed inevitable that SW4 would present fans with a compilation to document as much as celebrate the events rise to the top of the festival circuit.

Highlights include tracks from this year’s headliners Armin Van Buuren, Afrojack, Nicky Romero, Mark Knight, Eric Prydz, Adam Beyer, Steve Aoki, Groove Armada and Dillon Francis as well as a selection from past line ups including Fatboy Slim, Sub Focus, Pete Tong, SBTRKT, Maya Jane Coles, Layo & Bushwacka!, DJ Fresh, Redlight, Loco Dice, Wretch 32, Ferry Corsten, Delta Heavy, Ben Sims and M.A.N.D.Y. The album showcases a variety of electronic genres ranging from House, Techno and Trance to Dubstep, Electronica and Drum & Bass presented as 2 full length mixed CDs showcasing the culmination of a brilliant ten years which is now strongly cemented in the UK dance calendar. Here’s to the next ten!

Check out the sample mix and tracklisting below

CD 01:

01 Maya Jane Coles – What They Say02 The 2 Bears – Work (Franky Rizardo Remix)03 16 Bit Lolitas Feat. Lucy Iris – Na Na Nahana (Wehbba Remix)04 Loco Dice – Detox05 Layo & Bushwacka – Love Story06 Joris Voorn – Goodbye Fly07 Claude VonStroke – Who’s Afraid of Detroit?08 Oliver Lang – Dying To Live09 Pryda – Power Drive10 M.A.N.D.Y. vs Booka Shade – Body Language (Tocadisco Remix)11 Fatboy Slim V Koen Groeneveld – Rockafeller Skank12 Fedde le Grand – Metrum13 Mark Knight – Your Love14 Modeselektor – Maik The Chicken15 Cirez D – Thunderstuck16 Nicole Moudaber & Adam Beyer – Take Hold17 Ben Sims – Riots In London (Alan Fitzpatrick Remix)18 Adam Beyer – Remainings III (Original Jesper Dahlback Remastered Remix) 

CD 02:

01 Groove Armada ­ Pull Up Feat. Slarta John (West Norwood Cassette Library Remix)02 Crookers – That Laughing Track Feat. Style Of Eye & Carli (Sona Vabos Remix)03 SBTRKT – Pharaohs Feat. Roses Gabor04 Herve Feat. Ronika – How Can I Live Without You (Make It Right)05 A-Trak & Tommy Trash – Tuna Melt06 Armin van Buuren & W&W – D# Fat 07 Richard Durand – Radical08 BT – Flaming June (Jaytech vs. James Grant Remix)09 Ferry Corsten – F The Bull$h1t10 Afrojack & Steve Aoki – No Beef Feat. Miss Palmer (Vocal Mix)11 Dillon Francis – Masta Blasta (The Rebirth)12 Wretch 32 Feat. Josh Kumra – Don’t Go (DJ Fresh Remix)13 Freestylers – Cracks Feat. Belle Humble (Flux Pavilion Remix)14 Redlight – Get Out My Head15 Rusko – Somebody To Love (Skream Remix)16 DJ Fresh – Hypercaine (Nero Remix)17 Loadstar – Refuse To Love18 Ms. Dynamite – Neva Soft (Nu:Tone Remix)19 Mark System – Hold It Feat. Youngman20 Sub Focus – Rock It21 Delta Heavy – Get By (Delta 174 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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