Every October, the dance music industry heads to Europe to celebrate Amsterdam Dance Event, known more colloquially as ADE. And just like in March, during Winter Music Conference in Miami, labels, management and the like accrue their best and brightest talent ready to show at the innumerable amount of events and parties that take place during the event. Toolroom Records does this in the way many labels do, in expanding beyond these events to those who cannot attend or get to Amsterdam at the time through a compilation release. This year's Amsterdam 2017 will include of course exclusives, including tracks from Tough Love, Catchment, Tenova and our exclusive today Bodhi.
The UK duo has been around the block certainly, releasing multiple EPs in 2017 already including Mitsu and The Nightshift only a few months ago. Today, their original is named "Nine," seemingly for its placement in the compilation's tracklist. But really which came first, the chicken or the egg?
"Nine" is an in your face house track that includes murmurs of techno and tech house. It's a peaktime offering, really, with an addictive style that would fit in in various mixes, prime for ADE. Check out "Nine" above via our SoundCloud page.