Toolroom Records recently announced the lineup for their one off event at Liverpool’s Hangar 34 on 29 February. Taking to the decks will be Amine Edge & DANCE, Endor and GW Harrison. Amine Edge & DANCE have received support from DJs such as Carl Cox and Solomun and had many releases since the start of their DJing and producing careers.
Endor is responsible for possibly the track of the summer with ‘Pump It Up’. He’s a young house DJ/producer who's come a long way in a short time. Emerging a couple of years ago with a bootleg of La Roux's ‘In For The Kill’, his remixing talents have since been sought out by artists as varied as Roger Sanchez and Leona Lewis. His most recent hit ‘Pump It Up’ shot up music charts around the world and even entered into the top 10 of the National UK chart.
Completing the lineup is GW Harrison, an English DJ/producer that picked up his first club residency at the young age of just 13. George is a resident at the Abode events, regularly playing at their London and Ibiza shows, and even hosted ‘GW Harrison & friends’ at Space Ibiza during its final year.
ToolRoom Records, which is headed up by DJ/producer Mark Knight and his brother Stuart, was established in 2003. Growing a fan base of professional and aspiring DJs from across the world, the label became synonymous with credible house and tech house music.
In recent years Hangar 34 has apparently grown to become one of the favourite music venues in Liverpool. At the heart of the Baltic Triangle, the versatile venue is enjoyed by hundreds on a weekly basis and has seen a star studded calendar of guests and acts through its doors since its opening, as well as a range of daytime events.