What do you do when you reach icon status? Keep going, if you're UK house artist Mark Knight. His Toolroom Records expands every year, with its subsidiary Toolroom Trax picking up new underground artists - or those who just want to get deeper and darker - as well. But while he's behind the scenes, Mark Knight has maintained his level of output for his own music. Earlier in 2017 there was the collaboration with Green Velvet and Rene Amesz on "Live Stream," and now, there's a new EP eponymous with its tracks. While "Live Stream" delved into the realm of darker techno, this EP returns to Knight's signature space of tech house.
First there's "Move On," and second, there's "Let Me Go," both collaborations to add to Mark Knight's repertoire ranging from Tiesto to Funkagenda. "Move On" was produced alongside fellow Brits The Ragga Twins, equally iconic in their influence on jungle music from the 1990's. We hear this and other worldly influences intersecting with house groove on the EP's first track. Then there's Toolroom favorite Ben Remember, and his contribution to "Let Me Go." A more minimalist track than its counterpart, it's the dark, dank dance floor's best friend.