Review: Formed in Camden, New Jersey in the mid-70s, Ingram were a funk/soul band consisting of seven siblings, who released four albums over the course of a decade-long career. Here, Unidisc reissue their 1983 boogie gem 'DJ's Delight' - all shiny 80s synths and squelchy analogue synth-bass - then draft in two house heavy-hitters to remix it. Wisely, Mr Toolroom and Mr Full Intention don't mess around with the track too much, simply beefing up the bottom end and placing it atop tuffer 4/4s that'll make it easier for house jocks to programme/mix. You know what they say about "if it ain't broke..."!
Review: It's that time of year again, when deals are made and stars are born in The City Of Magic. In preparation for Miami's Winter Music Conference, Mark Knight & Co. serve up their hit predictions on Toolroom Miami 2019 - accept no substitute! Across a whopping 62 tracks, there's all you need to hear, right here, across the event's five consecutive days and compiled in three continuous mixes, appropriately titled: The Poolside Mix, The Club Mix and rather appropriately The Afterclub Mix. Highlights not limited to: Illyus & Barrientos swingin' diva antics on "Shout", chief Mark Knight with Danny Howard channeling early noughties tech house on the polyrhythmic "You Can Do It Baby", French bass-house hero Shiba San on the super boompty "Crush That" through to legend ATFC on the epic "Strong 2 Survive" (Dario D'Attis extended mix) and Israeli progressive house expert Khen on the slinky and hypnotic "Pecas" (original mix).