16th April 2016
Room 2 – BANJAX
Marc Powell // Antony Davis // Ollie Higgs // Shauny P // Stimpy Mås // Lee Downes
Room 3 – Best of Bristol Takeover
Luke Langson [EQ, Prominence] // Matt Langson [Liquid] // Mark Davis [Chicago] // Stuart Wilkinson [Empathy] // Old Skool Scott-E [Werk] // Link [Werk] // Darren C [Whomp]
With a stellar line-up, an event of this magnitude deserves support from some of the biggest names on the Bristol scene. You can be sure that the soundtrack will be of the highest standards from Banjax as they celebrate their 4th Birthday. And to top it all off – What better way to party than with some of the biggest promoters and resident DJs from Bristol over the last 10 years. Room 3 is a who’s who of the Bristol clubbing fraternity and you know they’ll deliver the tunes to get you grooving..
If you have even the smallest knowledge of house music then you’ll be familiar with the name ‘Toolroom’. Probably one of the most influential and acclaimed labels in the world. The brain-child of Mark Knight himself a household name nowadays, Toolroom’ reputation precedes and really needs no introduction. Toolroom Records are known internationally as one of the most innovative major brands in dance music. After over a decade in the music industry, they are known for their passion for quality House music, and a close connection with the community of fans.
Over the past ten years, they’ve signed and discovered some legendary artists; they’ve led the way in an ever-changing industry, developing artists and even evolving themselves – and this is just the beginning. Toolroom have also diversified beyond a traditional record label model. They have successfully expanded into events, with Toolroom residencies and festival appearances all over the world. Moving towards other media platforms, Toolroom Radio, hosted by Mark Knight, is an overwhelming success with over 16 million listeners per week, and Toolroom TV, a unique half-hour programme celebrating dance culture, found a home on Sky TV. The event will be recorded in association with Evermix ’Where the music lives on’