toolroom miami 2019

After celebrating 15 years of Toolroom last year, the iconic label has unleashed over 60 tracks for their latest compilation Toolroom Miami 2019!

Can you feel it in the air? That’s right, it’s almost time for electronic music lovers to descend upon Miami once again for another week full of stunning shows, pool parties galore, and those beats that make your booty bump right along with them. To help get you in the groove, Mark Knight and Toolroom Records have a present for you with the release of Toolroom Miami 2019.

Featuring a grand total of 62 tracks, Toolroom Miami 2019 is packed with quality tunes that will keep you dancing all day long and deep into the night. Artists featured on this year’s edition include Sonny Fodera & Gene Farris, Dateless, POPOF, and Eelke Kleijn, giving listeners a range of tastes to choose from throughout.

Related: Want a deeper look at the history of Toolroom? Check out our in-depth chat with Mark Knight!

Other tracks that stand out on the compilation come from artists like Chus & Ceballos and Fabio Neural, Max Chapman and Pirate Copy, Dosem, Shiba San, and Weiss and Eli Brown. Additionally, there are three mixes to soak in as well that are perfect for the Poolside, Club, and Afterclub, so check them out and get ready to get your groove on!

Take a listen to Toolroom Miami 2019 on Spotify below, download or stream it on your preferred platform, and let us know which tracks you loved the most in the comments!

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Toolroom Miami 2019 – Tracklist:

  1. Illyus & Barrientos – Shout
  2. Weiss & Eli Brown – Push It Up
  3. Wheats – U N I
  4. Mark Knight & Danny Howard – You Can Do It Baby
  5. Kideko – Give It Up
  6. Sonny Fodera & Gene Farris – We Work It
  7. Franky Rizardo – Cart Wheel
  8. Shiba San – Crush That
  9. Ben Remember – EF2MOZ
  10. Max Chapman & Pirate Copy – Call The Police
  11. MDE – Organ Damage
  12. Mousse T. feat. Cleah – Melodie (Mousse T’s Extended Disco Shizzle Remix)
  13. Thomaz Krauze – Giving Up
  14. Mat.Joe – Repeat
  15. Denney – Messin My Head
  16. Siwell & Lucky Vegas – Butterfly
  17. Dale Howard – Rogue Keys
  18. David Tort – A Day In Life
  19. Frederick & Kusse – Reach Out
  20. Wilson, Smallwood & Ingram – Perfect Sunrise 2019
  21. Jack Back – Grenade
  22. Dosem – Unfolding
  23. Themba – Better Days
  24. Gorge – Don’t Stop
  25. Dateless – Just A Feeling
  26. Del-30 – WHP
  27. Huxley – Unison
  28. Chus & Ceballos, Fabio Neural – Santanera
  29. Mike Newman – Gimme Tonight
  30. Groovebox, Paralyze Idea – The Rise
  31. Eelke Kleijn – Lost Souls feat. Ost (Extended Mix)
  32. Siege – Kengo
  33. UMEK & Matt Sassari – Dica
  34. ATFC – Strong 2 Survive (Dario D’Attis Extended Mix)
  35. Martin Ikin (feat. Hayley May) – Following
  36. Jay de Lys – Just A Feelin’
  37. Sllash & Doppe – Aguella
  38. Angelo Ferreri – We Wanna Do
  39. Anderblast – Dinamica
  40. Mr. Kavalicious – What You Think
  41. Nhan Solo – Akira
  42. Saison – Moments
  43. Roger That (UK) – Sneaky Girl
  44. Allen (IT) – Real One
  45. Ruze – Low Batz
  46. David Tort & Markem – You Hear That
  47. Mihalis Safras – Lacid
  48. MANT – Bonbon
  49. Another Ambition – Don’t Cry For An Empty Sky
  50. Marsh – Black Mountain
  51. Khen – Pecas
  52. Nihil Young, Wlady – Teonanacatl
  53. Last Vision, Omar Labastida – Milk Your Sister’s Cat
  54. Linier – Ritual
  55. Space Food – Just Beat
  56. Lexer – Just For Tonight
  57. Metodi Hristov – Sofia
  58. POPOF – Hooker
  59. Manuel De La Mare – Skin
  60. Mihai Popoviciu – Flux (Pornbugs Remix)
  61. Sloud – Acid Mondays
  62. Transcode – Dying Light
  63. Various Artists – Toolroom Miami 2019 (Continuous DJ Mix 1)
  64. Various Artists – Toolroom Miami 2019 (Continuous DJ Mix 2)
  65. Various Artists – Toolroom Miami 2019 (Continuous DJ Mix 3)

Toolroom Miami 2019

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