Toolroom brings a phenomenal array of established and upcoming talent to two  very special events in February, as the iconic record and events company takes  over the South.  

Toolroom have long been established as one of the most innovative and passionate  champions of cutting-edge, dancefloor-focussed electronic music in the world. The  atmosphere at their events is second to none thanks to a consistently strong music  policy, industry-leading talent, next-level production, and most importantly, a  welcoming and knowledgable crowd. 

Fans of Toolroom – and of quality club nights in general – are in for a treat this  February, as they touch down in London and Brighton for a takeover weekend of  epic proportions.  

Fresh from releasing his debut album Untold Business in 2021, Toolroom founder  Mark Knight will be headlining both the London and Brighton shows. Back touring  the globe after an enforced break due to the pandemic, the time away allowed Mark  to reflect on his musical direction and return with renewed vigour and passion for  the craft. One of the most consistently exciting and technically gifted selectors on  the planet, Mark will be leading from the front and treating the Ministry of Sound  and Concorde 2 crowds to a masterclass.  

The talent doesn’t stop there. Across both events you’ll find some of the biggest  names in electronic music, from established acts like Toolroom stalwarts Leftwing :  Kody and Illyus & Barrientos, to US legend Gene Farris and UK polymathic producer  GotSome and bonafide hitmakers Guz and Chaney, all of whom bring their own  distinctive sound and identity to the lineups.  

One of Toolroom’s biggest achievements over the years – and increasingly so in  recent times due to the success of their pioneering Toolroom Academy – has been  identifying and nurturing new talent. This is reflected in the depth of their lineups,  especially at the London show in February, with emerging artists ESSEL, Carly  Wilford, Danny Rhys and Ryan Spicer given a platform to demonstrate exactly why  they’re held in such high regard.  

For close to two decades, Toolroom have been championing the very finest in tech  house, house and techno, and these events offer the ideal balance of the label’s  heritage while giving a glimpse of what the future holds. Both are guaranteed sell outs, so don’t miss your chance to be a part of Toolroom’s ever-evolving history.  

For more info and tickets to both shows, head to:


Toolroom at Ministry of Sound, London 

Saturday 26 February 2022 

Mark Knight 

Leftwing : Kody 

Gene Farris 



Eden Prince 



Carly Wilford 

Danny Rhys 

Ryan Spicer 

Toolroom Academy DJs A-Z 


Fletcher Kerr 

Lewis John 

Tone Troy 

Toolroom at Concorde 2, Brighton 

Saturday 26 February 2022 

Mark Knight  

Illyus & Barrientos  

Ryan Spicer