Dutchman Dannic’s mix for the ‘Toolroom Knights’ series this year signified his wider ascension into the EDM big league, with all signs showing he’ll shortly be joining his countrymen Hardwell, Nicky Romero and Dyro on the main stages.
“I guess that is the direction I am heading,” he told DJ Mag. “I’ve released a lot of records on Hardwell’s Revealed Records label, and this has definitely taken my music to a wider audience. For me it’s really important to be unique and get my sound out there. Coupled with playing at the bigger festivals and clubs this year, it’s also helped my profile grow significantly.”
His mix for Toolroom Records saw him flexing his main stage muscles over 33 tracks of EDM madness, and he says it’s a great representation of his sound. “Not only of my productions, but also what one may expect from my DJ sets. I tend to keep my tracks danceable and a little bit groovy. I am really pleased with how it came out, and it feels like a landmark release for me.”