TOOLROOM TV EPISODE IV
Hot on the heels of episode 3, Toolroom TV returns with the 4th installment of your unequivocal dance music digest. There’s a backstage pass to the TK6 tour, as well as an exclusive slice of takeover TV by Holland superstar Hardwell, as Toolroom goes Dutch in the spirit of ADE!
Firmly focusing on the Dutch domination of the EDM scene, Hardwell presents Toolroom TV to explore the infamous city before the carnage of the country’s annual dance event descends upon it for 3 days. Touring his favorite Holland hangouts – from the Blue restaurant atop the Kalvertoren shopping centre, to the Patta sneaker store & Club Home (the birthplace of the first Revealed Recordings party) – Hardwell showcases why ADE is such an important event in the EDM calendar. Newcastle is next up on the trailblazing Toolroom TV agenda, as Mark Knight takes the camera on the road with him to capture Toolroom Knights’ 6th Birthday tour first hand. You’ll get to experience the lifestyle the house music head honcho leads as the tour tears up Tyne & Wear, Ministry of Sound in London and Castle Clvb, Edinburgh — and that’s only half of it (stay tuned for episode 5 for part 2)! Global Gathering is next up, as regular Toolroom TV presenter Pete Griffiths gets up close and personal with Stefano Noferini on the release of his latest Toolroom Knights compilation, limbers up on the tour bus with Friendly Fires, and gets under the hood of Hospital Records hot talent S.P.Y, talking about his Total Science Toolroom collaboration and more. Finally, concluding a Dutch-themed edition, Toolroom TV gets back to Amsterdam to attend the premier of brand new DJ documentary ‘Dutch Influence’. Director Hatim el Khatib gives the lowdown on the aim of the movie, and an insight as to why he was inspired to get behind the camera to detail the Dutch’s rise to fame in the world of electronic music. Keep it locked to find out!
Once again set to the freshest beats about, episode 4 is your ticket to be transported behind the scenes and granted an access all areas pass. Keep tuned into Toolroom TV, the ONLY channel you need to get ahead of the game in the worldwide dance music scene!