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Fabric present a high-octane tribute to jungle, footwork and techno from rising star Sherelle who, across a killer new mix for the iconic label, rarely lets the tempo drop below 150BPM! 

Including early footwerk pioneers like the late legend DJ Rashad and former  dancer RP Boo, alongisde jungle innovators such as Tim Reaper and Cloud9; it also features New York's AceMo and Kush Jones while Miami is repped by the duo INVT. As you'd expect, Sherelle doesn't let the energy and intensity drop over the entire mix which her characteristic flamboyant, fast and wild mixing style. On the vinyl, the best bits of the mix are presented in their full form.

Special one for me is Dub One's "The Clash" which for me is the very epitome of that hardcore pirate radio sound popularized by Bizzie B and a thousand faceless bedroom DJs across the mid 90s. Nice to see hear including some high powered techno bangers in there too! Big ups Sherelle. 


TRACK LISTING

CD
Cloud9 - You Got Me Burnin’
Dwarde & Tim Reaper - Globex Corp Vol 1. A1
Dev/Null - DarkPhase
Champa B - The Howler
NewKiller - U92 (FFF Remix)
S. Kid - Oasis
Gridzone - The Path (Part 2)
Aphrodite & Nutty Jim - Feel Real
R-Core - Rivers Of Blood (VIP)
Vince Rollin - Greed And Prejudice
SHERELLE - JUNGLE TEKNAH
InnerCore - Pinnacle Part 2
Newkiller - The Dark
Q-Bass - Deepa
Kush Jones - Fuck Off
DJ Rashad - Acid Bit Ft Addison Groove
AceMo - Perpetrator
INVT - SUPER GALACTIC
Neuropunk - Destroy The Matrix
DJ Phil - House Monster Ft DJ Manny & RP Boo
Basic Rhythm - 2 Da Core (RP Boo Remix)
LCY - Bite Off The Hand That Feeds You
Response - Sanity Melting
Worldwide Epidemic & Tim Reaper - Losing Control
Fringe - You Got Me (Sanz Remix)
Aphrodite - Navigator
Dub One - The Clash

2LP
SHERELLE - JUNGLE TEKNAH
InnerCore - Pinnacle Part 2
Dub One - The Clash
LCY - Bite Off The Hand That Feeds You
Basic Rhythm - 2 Da Core (RP Boo Remix)
AceMo - Perpetrator
Cloud9 - You Got Me Burnin’
NewKiller - U92 (FFF Remix)
Fringe - You Got Me (Sanz Remix)
Kush Jones - Fuck Off
Dwarde & Tim Reaper - Globex Corp Vol 1. A1
INVT - SUPER GALACTIC

Immediately signed by XL upon their inception, Overmono have quickly become a dominant force within the UK dancefloor electronics scene. 12"s on AD 93 and Poly Kicks have furthered their credentials with club goers and electronic music lovers alike, leading us nicely to this incredibly well curated and expansive compilation for the enduring Fabric series. Inspired by cold, dark London nights, but celebrating the rich diversity of talent amongst the UK scene the mix takes in dubstep, dnb, techno and the experimental end of electronica. It features spoken word from Benjamin Zephaniah, Foremost Poets and the poetic lyrics of For Those I Love’s ‘I Have A Love’, making this a bold, upbeat, emotionally-moving, post-lockdown dancefloor comp.

Inclusions of Orca’s classic ‘Intellect’ plus Artwork’s iconic white label ‘The Soul’ show the level of influence the brothers have in the scene. Rochdale-via-Manchester-via-Leeds' electronic troubadour Sockethead There's even an appearance from Rochdale-via-Manchester-via-Leeds' electronic troubadour Sockethead, whose self-reflective moments of synthesized ambi-noize, self-induced isolation and heart-spilling honestly were captured brilliantly on an LP for Youth earlier in the year. 


TRACK LISTING

CD
1 Overmono - So U Kno
2 Artwork - The Soul
3 Foremost Poets - MoonRaker
3 Milanese - Billy Hologram
4 Antonio - Hyperfunk
5 Overmono - If U Ever
6 DJ Zank - Pegassans
7 Surgeon & James Ruskin - Sound Pressure Part 3
8 Holy Ghost - 4AM At The Crying Cactus
9 L.B. Dub Corp - I Have A Dream Ft. Benjamin Zephaniah
10 Plastikman - Fuk [Plus 8 Records]
11 For Those I Love - I Have A Love (Overmono Remix)
12 DJ Misjah - Victim
13 Powder - Lost Of Light
14 Overmono - BMW Track
15 LCY - Shhh
16 Vex'd - Pop Pop
17 Robert Fleck - Bromine
18 Anz - Morphing Into Brighter
19 Actress - Caves Of Paradise
20 Remarc - Thunderclap (Dubplate Mix)
21 Equiknoxx - A Rabbit Spoke To Me When I Woke Up
22 Ed Rush & Optical - Bacteria
23 Orca - Intellect
24 Smith & Mighty - Film Score
25 Blawan - Fourth Dimensional
26 Roy Of The Ravers - Erolfa
27 Sockethead - When I Close My Eyes I See Paint
28 1995 Epilepsy - Get 2 Kno

Vinyl:
A1 L.B. Dub Corp - I Have A Dream Ft. Benjamin Zephaniah
A2 1995 Epilepsy - Get 2 Kno
B1 Blawan - Fourth Dimensional
B2 Sockethead - When I Close My Eyes I See Paint
C1 Overmono - If U Ever
C2 LCY - Shhh
D1 Orca - Intellect
D2 DJ Misjah – Victim

Various Artists

Fabric Presents Danilo Plessow (Motor City Drum Ensemble)

    The mix was recorded at the end of 2020 as the planet was struggling with the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. Danilo Plessow, known best for his work as Motor City Drum Ensemble, inserts statements from friends about the meaning of the music to people in these times, reaching globally for inspiration. He plays with a range of eras, locations and genres with an emphasis on instrumentation. The double vinyl format with download card features eleven full length tracks taken from the compilation. It highlights the rarer cuts across the 70s, 80s and 90s many of which have never before been digitally released. It includes ‘Nightfall’ – Danilo’s exclusive composition with jazz instrumentalists Francesco Geminiani and Peter Schlamb and ‘Taxi Mutant’ by Cabaret Voltaire that has been cut to vinyl for the first time here.

    TRACK LISTING

    1. Intro
    2. Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith - Understanding Body Messages
    3. SKUAS - Traversée
    4. Rhythm & Sound W/ Paul St. Hilaire - Music A Fe Rule Part 1
    5. Scientist - In Orbit6. Recloose Ft Dwele – Can’t Take It (Herbert’s Some Dumb Dub)
    7. Moogroove - Dark Room
    8. Jeroen Vink - Waka Wakah
    9. Powder - Random Ladder With 40
    10. Danilo Plessow Ft. Francesco Geminiani & Peter Schlamb - Nightfall
    11. Proxyan - Sky Walkers
    12. Basic Variation - Decay Sustain Release
    13. Ciel - Raindance
    14. Hypnobeat - Can God Rewind? (Part 2)
    15. Cabaret Voltaire - Taxi Mutant
    16. THE ORDER - E.W.R. (Sex)
    17. The Other People Place - It’s Your Love
    18. $tinkworx - Mnemosyne
    19. Roy Davis Jr - Broken Machines
    20. Jonny L - This Time (Carl Craig Mix 2)
    21. Logue - Keep Me From Pain
    22. A² - Rebirth
    23. Sansibar - Absence Of Being
    24. Family Unit - Freak (House Mix)
    25. Iridium - Ill America
    26. Jean-Claude Petit - Stones Of Law
    27. Moonstarr - Detriot
    28. John Kongos – I'm Dreaming (Any Moment I May Wake Up Screaming)

    A1: SKUAS - Traversée
    A2: Scientist - In Orbit
    A3: Jeroen Vink - Waka Wakah
    B1: Moogroove - Dark Room
    B2: Cabaret Voltaire - Taxi Mutant
    C1: Logue - Keep Me From Pain
    C2: Family Unit – Freak (House Mix)
    C3: Iridium - Ill America
    D1: Danilo Plessow Ft. Francesco Geminiani & Peter Schlamb - Nightfall
    D2: THE ORDER - E.W.R. (Sex)
    D3: Jean-Claude Petit - Stones Of Law

    Rising through the queer American DJ circuit, Eris Drew and Octo Octa, co-owners of dance label T4T LUV NRG, share multiple decades between them actively participating within the dance music community and are currently both weekly residents on BBC Radio 1. The 21 track compilation was mixed from all-vinyl in their log cabin home and studio in the woods of New Hampshire, taking in cuts that span house, bassline, UK hardcore, and trance. It's includes exclusive tracks from both Octo Octa - 'River' – a trancey and euphoric house classic, and Eris - 'Reactiv-8' – an electro selection with Eris’s own vocals, as well as many rare 90s house gems previously limited to the collections of vinyl-heads and now available for download. Released alongside the comp is a double vinyl product with download code featuring ten full length tracks from the mix. 

    STAFF COMMENTS

    Matt says: Tasty compilation from a duo that cherish the sprawling umbrella of dance music right across the decades. They certainly know their onions - a thoroughly dug and presented mix which is fun and energetic whilst turning you onto some shit that you most likely haven't heard of - full marks!

    TRACK LISTING

    CD
    1. Project Sound - Sweet In The Morning (Project Sound Mix) [Hardtrax Records]
    2. 515 Connection - Positive & Negative [TDSR]
    3. RM Project - Rock 2 Tha Beat (Greenery Mix) [Smokin’ Rhythms]
    4. Y U QT - Fort Wibbler [Warehouse Raves]
    5. CZR - Structure [Texture Recordings]
    6. D'Menace - I'm Grate-Full [Blackwiz Records]
    7. Octo Octa - River [fabric Records]
    8. Vinyl Blair - Scratch N Sniff (The One Billion Dub Mix) [Hard Hands]
    9. Continous Cool - Automatic [Cyber Records]
    10. Global Method - Good Life (Orbital Mix) [White Label]
    11. DJ Hyperactive - Reptilian Tank [Strictly Hype Recordings / Contact]
    12. Alec Falconer - New Junk City [EXT]
    13. G.O.D. - Watch Ya Bass Bins [Urban Dubz Music]
    14. B-Zet - Everlasting Pictures (Right Through Infinity) (Booker T.'s Everlasting Klub Mix) [Eye Q Records]
    15. X-press 2 - Say What! (London Underground Mix) [Junior Boys Own]
    16. The Two Amigos - Everybody Get Up (Vocal Mix) [Footwork Records]
    17. The Beatfreaks - Boo Dem [Undercover Artists]
    18. Dr Motte & Westbam - Sunshine [Low Spirit]
    19. Marascia - Genetically Changed [No Label Records]
    20. Eris Drew - Reactiv-8 [fabric Records]
    21. Thursday Club - Dis Is Dis [TCR]

    Vinyl
    A1 Project Sound - Sweet In The Morning (Project Sound Mix) [Hardtrax Records]
    A2 G.O.D.- Watch Ya Bass Bins [Urban Dubz Music]
    A3 Continuous Cool - Automatic [Cyber Records]
    B1 Global Method - Good Life (Orbital Mix) [White Label]
    B2 Octo Octa - River [fabric Records]
    C1 Alec Falconer - New Junk City [EXT]
    C2 CZR - Structure [Texture Recordings]
    C3 The Two Amigos - Everybody Get Up (Vocal Mix) [Footwork Records]
    D1 Eris Drew - Reactiv-8 [fabric Records]
    D2 Marascia - Genetically Changed [No Label Records]

    Various Artists

    Fabric Presents Chase & Status - RTRN II FABRIC

      Chase & Status is the sixth instalment in the ‘fabric presents’ series. The mix captures the energy that inspired the trio for their ‘RTRN II Jungle’ album in 2019. It is a debut for the jungle genre in the label’s latest take on compilations.

      There are four exclusive Chase & Status tracks on the hefty 44-tracker, alongside featured artists who are the cream of the MCs of the scene. This homage to the UK’s drum & bass genre brings in the heavyweights like Ray Keith, DJ Rap, Dead Dred and Hype to name a few.

      A slew of recent jungle cuts from renowned label owner Shy FX weave into the high energy comp that charges with a spirit raw and fierce in a time of global uncertainty.

      STAFF COMMENTS

      Matt says: It's been 10 years since that infamous MCR warehouse party (if you know you know) and they've since achieved total world domination. Here the duo continue to ply their love of drum & bass and jungle, throwing in some exclusive and unreleased heat on the way.

      TRACK LISTING

      2LP
      Chase & Status - Engage [Mercury]
      Dead Dred - Dred Bass [Moving Shadow]
      Chase & Status - Why [Mercury]
      DJ Rap Ft Outlaw Candy - Intelligent Woman (On A Positive Vibe) [Proper Talent]
      Chase & Status - Hardstep [Mercury]
      Wax Doctor - Heat [R&S]
      Chase & Status Ft. Bo Saris - Breathing (fabric VIP Mix) [Mercury]
      Rude & Deadly - Give Me A Dubplate [Smokers Inc]

      CD

      Chase & Status Ft Cutty Ranks - Retreat2018 (RTRN VIP) [Mercury]
      Rude & Deadly - Give Me A Dubplate [Smokers Inc]
      Chase & Status Ft Kano - Duplate Original (VIP) [Mercury]
      Shy FX - Raggamuffin (Potential Badboy Remix) [cult.ure]
      Alix Perez - Black Spirit [1985 Music]
      Taxman - Can't You See [Playaz]
      Chase & Status - Engage [Mercury]
      Dead Dred - Dred Bass [Moving Shadow]
      Chase & Status - Why - DJ Mix [Mercury]
      Traumatize X Profile - Don Dada [Biological Beats]
      Gray – Rubadub [Born On Road]
      Chase & Status - Street Life Ft Takura [RAM]
      Chase & Status Ft Masicka - Weed & Rum [Mercury]
      CLIPZ - Down 4 [Sony]
      Dark Soldier - Dark Soldier (Back In The Day Mix) [Dred]
      DJ Rap Ft. Outlaw Candy - Intelligent Woman (On A Positive Vibe) [Proper Talent]
      UK Apache With Shy FX - Original Nutta 25 Ft Irah (Chase & Status Remix) [cult.ure]
      Upgrade - You Got Me [RAM]
      Digital - Deadline (Dub Phizix Remix) [Function Records]
      Hedex & Bou - Pub Grub VIP [Dubz Audio]
      Chase & Status Ft Bo Saris - Breathing (fabric VIP Mix) [Mercury]
      Chase & Status - Original Business [Mercury]
      Remarc - Menace [Whitehouse Records]
      Chase & Status Ft Kabaka Pyramid - Murder Music [Mercury]
      Chase & Status Ft Kabaka Pyramid & Ms. Dynamite - Murder Music (Shy FX Remix) [Mercury]
      D Double E & Watch The Ride - Original Format [Gutterfunk]
      Tom And Jerry - Air Freshner [Reinforced Records]
      Culture Shock - There For You (LSB Remix) [RAM]
      DJ Hype Ft Ganja Max & MC Fats - Rinse Out [Ganja]
      Chase & Status - Disaster [Mercury]
      Shy Fx Ft Sweetie Irie & Cara Delevingne - Rudeboy Lovesong (Voltage Remix) [cult.ure]
      Chase & Status - Hardstep [Mercury]
      DJ Gunshot & Nico - Wheel N Deal [No U Turn]
      Chase & Status Ft Irah - Program [Mercury]
      Ray Keith Ft Leah - Something Out There (Twisted Anger Remix) [UFO Recordings]
      Top Cat - Ruffest Gun Ark (Chase & Status Remix) [Streetlife]
      Bou - Meditate [Bou] 
      Calibre - Mr Maverick [Signature]
      Breakage - Yeah [Index]
      Origin Unknown - Valley Of The Shadows (Chase & Status Remix) [RAM]
      Chase & Status Ft Natty Campbell - Cool N Crisp [Mercury]
      DJ Rap - Spiritual Aura (94 Mix) [Proper Talent]
      Alex Reece - Basic Principles (2020 Remaster) [Metalheadz]
      Wax Doctor - Heat [R&S]

      Various Artists

      Fabric Presents Maribou State

        The mix is an eclectic mix of soul, funk, disco and electronica from across the decades compiled by Ninja Tune’s Chris Davids and Liam Ivory for the fifth edition in the fabric presents series. Maribou State’s recent sell-out tours across UK, USA and Europe came off the back of 2018’s longplayer ‘Kingdom of Colour’ that hit no.25 on the UK album charts. The mix includes 2 exclusive Maribou State tracks and a Maribou State remix of Radiohead’s Reckoner. It reflects the hours spent before heading to the club; drinks at a friend’s house, the journey into London and the anticipation in the build-up beforehand. They captured and interwove audio field recordings of themselves re-taking the journey to and from the club to reinforce their story

        TRACK LISTING

        CD : 

        1. Intro
        2. Stelvio Cipriani – Mary’s Theme [C.A.M. Srl]
        3. Nick Hakim - Cuffed [ATO Records]
        4. North Downs - Settle Down [Dama Dama]
        5. Art Feynman - Slow Down [Western Vinyl]
        6. Kutiman - Line 5 [Siyal Music]
        7. Risco Connection - Ain't No Stopping Us Now [Risco Connection]
        8. Supersempfft - I See Stars [Wunderwerke]
        9. Kiki Gyan - Disco Dancer [Soundway Records]
        10. Nu Guinea - Je Vulesse [NG Records]
        11. Oriyin - Roll The Dice [fabric Records]
        12. Botany - Wednesday Night Oct 28 2015 [Western Vinyl]
        13. Ekkehard Ehlers - Play John Cassavetes 2 [Staubgold]
        14. Jitwam - Desires [The Jazz Diaries]
        15. Julien Dyne - Hours Feat Ladi6 [Soundway Records]
        16. Long Island Sound - I Still Love You [Signs Of Space]
        17. Shire Tea - Hackney Birdwatch [Dama Dama]
        18. Maribou State - Mother [Counter Records]
        19. Radiohead - Reckoner (Maribou State Remix) [Beggars]
        20. Maribou State - Strange Habits [Counter Records]
        21. Shire Tea - Gentlemen’s Whistle Club [Dama Dama]
        22. Hailu Mergia - Yefkir Engurguro [Awesome Tapes From Africa]

        Vinyl :

        A1 Stelvio Cipriani - Mary’s Theme [Cam Records]
        A2 North Downs - Settle Down [Dama Dama]
        A3 Art Feynman - Slow Down [Western Vinyl]
        A4 Kutiman - Line 5 [Siyal Music]
        B1 Supersempfft - I See Stars [Wunderwerke]
        B2 Nu Guinea - Je Vulesse [NG Records]
        B3 Jitwam - Desires [The Jazz Diaries]
        B4 Julien Dyne - Hours Feat Ladi6 [Soundway Records]
        C1 Long Island Sound - I Still Love You [Signs Of Space]
        C2 Maribou State - Mother [Counter Records]
        C3 Radiohead - Reckoner (MS Remix) [Beggars]
        D1 Maribou State - Strange Habits [Counter Records]
        D2 Shire Tea - Gentlemen’s Whistle Club [Dama Dama]
        D3 Hailu Mergia - Yefkir Engurguro [Awesome Tapes From Africa]

        Various Artists

        20 Years Of Fabric

          Using the platforms of fabric and FABRICLIVE that the London club has nurtured over the past 20 years, fabric Records presents the past and future with 20 artists across 20 original tracks made especially for this release, for the 20th Anniversary celebration of the beating heart of EC1.

          fabric is widely acknowledged to have long supported the underground London house and techno scene. The breadth of talent here displays the far-reaching arms of the night that includes the the melodic techno of Nina Kraviz, the shuddering electro of Steffi and evolving experimental house of Margaret Dygas. New resident IMOGEN drives darko techno whilst Marcel Dettmann’s is a classic late-night sound. Houndstooth’s Call Super takes things down a deep melodic notch and Maya Jane Coles steps up with a playful slice of house. British dance music pioneer Sasha closes out on a euphoric high with layers of building vocal and melody.

          FABRICLIVE represents the finest in dubstep, drum n bass, jungle, breaks and experimental beats. Houndstooth’s Special Request opens in trademark jungle style leading on to drum & bass luminaries Source Direct and J Majik. Shackleton and Pinch & Trim started playing the club during the birth of the UK dubstep scene and give a taste of the evolution of bass music. Daniel Avery and B.Traits show off their dancefloor versatility, while Rupture founder Mantra plants a flag for London’s vibrant musical future. Closing are two of the club’s longest associates Groove Armada and original resident James Lavelle as UNKLE.

          TRACK LISTING

          ‘Fabric’ (LP1 And CD Disc 1)
          Nina Kraviz - Da
          Steffi - Ankertje
          IMOGEN - Bizant
          Marcel Dettmann - Taste 2.0
          Cassy - Joey
          Anastasia Kristensen - Go Getter
          Margaret Dygas - Zeitgeist
          Call Super - Echothread
          Maya Jane Coles - Reason
          Sasha - Comet Chaser

          ‘FABRICLIVE’ (LP2 And CD Disc 2)

          Special Request - Codename
          Turbo Nutter
          Source Direct - Vigilante
          J. Majik - The Lost Tribe
          Shackleton - Drawn And
          Quartered
          Pinch & Trim - That Wasn't It
          Daniel Avery - Whilst We've Got
          Metal In Our Blood
          Mantra - Embers
          B.Traits - Mameya
          Groove Armada - Wesley
          Nightshade
          UNKLE - Catch Me When I Fall
          (fabric Club Mix)

          Kolsch

          Fabric Presents Kolsch

            Fabric presents Kölsch’ is a ten-track journey of exclusive new material inspired by and named after flights from his gig schedule. Drawing from the routine experience of flying from show to show, each track imagines its own sonic world from solitary journeys at 30,000 feet. Rune Kölsch is responsible for developing a leftfield aesthetic now synonymous with the Kompakt label. Employing a tapestry of carefully arranged textures, he levitates his way through 60 minutes of blissful hypnotism. His productions offer a glimpse into a dreamy, visceral world full of transcendent moments. Building on a constant but gentle line of tension, his track selections tread the line between melancholic and uplifting. Microscopic percussive details roll through sprawling backdrops whilst animated glitches form subtle melodic leads.

            STAFF COMMENTS

            Matt says: Fabric don't let loose these solo artist albums very often. Ricardo Villalobos and Omar S both spring to mind - both seminal collections that expossed said artists to new and expanding fan bases. Now Kolsch is invited in by the seminal London label for a showcase of this delicate, fragile and serenely beautifully producer's work.

            TRACK LISTING

            1. US1873
            2. LH479
            3. SK1550
            4. EZY865
            5. VA5641
            6. AC160
            7. KM477
            8. VY3517
            9. UA444
            10. EI3227

            Various Artists

            Fabriclive 98: Dimension

              At the early stages of his career Dimension was already turning heads within both the drum & bass scene and specialist radio alike. A combination of effortless musicality and production prowess caught the attention of producers and DJs such as Andy C, Sub Focus, Chase & Status as well as Skrillex and deadmau5. These days Dimension is receiving mainstream success without deliberately releasing crossover music - striking the perfect balance between club and radio.

              ‘FABRICLIVE 98’ is 56 blazing bass tracks creatively bound with energy and sensitivity. It is a definitive snapshot of drum & bass in 2018, featuring 22 exclusives coming from both bigger acts and underground artists, namely Chase & Status, Sub Focus, Calyx & Teebee, Metrik, Dossa & Locuzzed and Benny L.

              TRACK LISTING

              Dimension - Intro / Pull Me Under Ft RAPHAELLA [Dimension]
              Culture Shock - Rush Connection [RAM]
              Concept 2 - Cause & Effect (Calyx & Teebee Remix) [RAM]
              The Prototypes - Pale Blue Dot (VIP Mix) [Viper Recordings]
              Dimension - Jet Black (VIP Mix) [MTA]
              Calyx & Teebee - Skank (VIP Mix) [RAM]
              Document One - Uh Huh (VIP Mix) [Technique Recordings]
              Chase & Status - No Problem (VIP Mix) [Chase & Status]
              Dimension - Whip Slap (VIP Mix) [MTA]
              Dimension - Beg & Borrow (VIP Mix) [Dimension]
              Culture Shock - Bunker [RAM]
              1991 - Witchdoctor [MTA]
              Calyx & Teebee - Sawn Off (Dimension Edit) [RAM]
              Dimension - Techno [Dimension]
              SpectraSoul - 4URGH [Ish Chat Music]
              Culture Shock - Lower Frequencies [Culture Shock]
              Metrik - Fatso [Hospital]
              Dimension - Love To Me (VIP Mix) [MTA]
              1991 - Jungle Cats [1991]
              Dimension - Generator VIP [Dimension]
              Sub Focus - Circadian [Sub Focus]
              Chase & Status - Tribes [Chase & Status]
              Dimension - UK (VIP) [Dimension]
              Dimension - UK (Skrillex Edit) [Dimension]
              My Nu Leng & Flava D - Soul Shake (1991 VIP Remix) [My Nu Leng]
              Dimension - Raver [Dimension]
              Bensley - Ascension [RAM]
              Benny L - Low Blow (VIP Mix) [Metalheadz]
              Dillinja - Friday [Valve Digital]
              DJ Fresh Ft Sigma - Cylon [Breakbeat Kaos]
              Sub Focus - Stomp [RAM]
              Chris Lake - I Want You (1991 Remix) [OWSLA]
              High Contrast - If We Ever [Hospital]
              B-Complex - Beautiful Lies [Hospital]
              Rockwell - User [Shogun Audio]
              Fred V & Grafix - Just A Thought (2018 Mix) / Ultraviolet [Viper Recordings / Hospital]
              Deadmau5 - Avarita (Dimension Remix) [mau5trap Recordings]
              Chase & Status - Is It Worth It (VIP Mix) [Mercury]
              Sub Focus - Deep Space [RAM]
              IllSkillz - Directions [Hospital]
              Wilkinson & Dimension - Rush [RAM]
              Wilkinson - Afterglow [RAM]
              Empire Of The Sun - We Are The People (Sub Focus Remix) [The Sleepy Jackson Pty Ltd / Nick Littlemore]
              Dimension - Automatik [Dimension]
              Dossa & Locuzzed - Shag (VIP Mix) [Viper Recordings]
              Turno - The Invaderz (VIP Mix) [Charge]
              Metrik - Want My Love Ft Elisabeth Troy [Hospital]
              Chase & Status - All Crew [Self-Release]
              Koncept - Breathe In [Viper Recordings]
              Commix - Be True [Metalheadz]
              Sub Focus - X-Ray (Metrik Remix) [RAM]
              Tantrum Desire - Pump (Dimension Edit) [Technique Recordings]
              Chase & Status - International (Dimension Remix) [Chase & Status]
              Cyantific - Infinity Plus 1 [RAM]
              John B - Up All Night [Metalheadz]
              Dusky - Ingrid Is A Hybrid (Metrik Remix) [Polydor]

              Various Artists

              Fabriclive 92 - Preditah

                Preditah steps up for ‘FABRICLIVE 92’, his debut mix album, featuring exclusive material from himself, plus DJ Q, and C4, alongside tracks and remixes from Skepta, Wiley, Joker, Swindle, Flava D, Shorty and more.

                The 32 track mix is the sound of Preditah (aka Nathan Gerald) helming the rave, mixing up grime, UK house and garage with all the passion of someone who lives and breathes dance music.

                Born in Birmingham, Preditah’s series of instrumental EPs, ‘Solitaire EP’, ‘Eightsome EP’, ‘Circles EP’, ‘Red Bull EP’, ‘Gears of Grime’, and ‘El Futuro EP’, ensured a growing presence on pirate radio and in the club. His breakthrough track, ‘The Big Wok’, was noticed by JME (Boy Better Know) and this association helped cement a fast-growing reputation.

                Various Artists

                Fabriclive 86 - My Nu Leng

                  Impossible to pigeonhole, Tommy and Jammo, aka My Nu Leng, have stunned critics and fans alike with their diverse and rich output ever since bursting onto the scene. Conscious of their roots in UK bass culture, their re-imagined sound has taken the underground community by storm, as have their energetic and deliberately dark sets. With a sound that offers an insight into grime, dubstep, drum & bass and garage, it is clear that My Nu Leng are firmly rooted in the rich musical heritage of their adopted hometown of Bristol. The duo’s forward-thinking smash record ‘Masterplan,’ was released on trendsetting label Black Butter in 2014 and served as their breakthrough, taking the airwaves by storm and launching the duo into the public consciousness. Now they bring their diverse, incendiary sound to the FABRICLIVE series.

                  "We spent a lot of time collecting music that has shaped our sets over the last year, as well as some classic iconic music that has inspired us. We are huge believers in the UK underground, and much of our mix is made up of every genre coming out of the UK. We wanted to do something that can be listened to over & over again." - My Nu Leng

                  FABRICLIVE 86 serves as homage to the influences that have made My Nu Leng what they are today. With an eclectic mix of underground anthems meshed with new and unreleased material, the album takes the listener through the fascinating and complex workflow of the young duo.

                  Opening with an unreleased collaboration with Kahn, the dark and moody atmosphere of the mix is immediately set, as is the consistent undercurrent of UK bass. Oriental-tinged instrumentation combines with a throbbing middle section before bridging into Klient’s ‘Shelter’ and exploding into the unabashedly anthemic ‘Scylla’ from RL Grime. Transitioning smoothly yet with an urgency attributable to the duo’s reputation for high octane set building, FABRICLIVE 86 takes all the twists and turns that have made the duo their name. Hypnotic vocal samples ring throughout the track selection before the duo introduce their earth shaking collaboration with Flava D - ‘Soul Shake.’ Its frenetic wobbling bass and deep resolve dominating in its clear designation as a floor shaker. The mix then moves into a percussion-focused section with the MTA-released ‘Horizons,’ Negativ’s unreleased ‘Stealth’ and Harry Judda’s ‘Machines’ taking the reigns.

                  Just as the duo takes a break with a special ambient version of ‘Pushed’, a steady 4/4 beat takes over in the form of Myd’s ‘Numero Uno’, before Clientele and Nu-Birth respectively offer upfront and classic tastes of UK garage. Faze Miyake’s ‘Ice Cold’ is ingeniously coupled with the classic jungle snare rolls of Mella Dee’s ‘Keep On’, whilst Randomer’s classic ‘Bring’ adds a splash of underground techno. A VIP version of ‘Set It’, My Nu Leng’s collaboration with FineArt, along with unreleased contributions from Jus Now, T. Williams, Notion, SNØW and Dismantle, ensure that fresh sounds dominate the final stretch of the mix. By the time Indigo’s remix of Synth Sense’s ‘Tomorrow’s World’ registers and settles into its apt heartbeat-like ambience, the listener is at last given time to reflect in what is a fitting and well-adjusted outro.

                  With its multitude of shades and colours, My Nu Leng have created an impeccably curated and timeless mix that demands a permanent place in the musical library of any student of the UK underground.


                  TRACK LISTING

                  01. My Nu Leng & Kahn - Ruins
                  02. Klient - Shelter
                  03. RL Grime - Scylla
                  04. Holy Goof - Cheatin
                  05. Andrew Diggs - The Ghost VIP
                  06. Skapes - Beat On The Drums
                  07. My Nu Leng & Flava D - Soul Shake
                  08. My Nu Leng Feat. Caan - Horizons
                  09. Negativ - Stealth VIP
                  10. Harry Judda - Machines
                  11. My Nu Leng Feat. Detour City - Pushed (Deeper Mix)
                  12. Myd - Número Uno
                  13. Clientele - She Knows
                  14. Nu-Birth - Anytime (Tuff & Jam's Kick Dub)
                  15. Tru Fonix - NRG
                  16. Champion - Cannon (Dismantle's VIP)
                  17. Faze Miyake Feat. Inga Copeland - Ice Cold
                  18. Mella Dee - Keep On
                  19. WxT - Convo
                  20. Randomer - Bring
                  21. Courage - Icarus
                  22. Deadbeat UK Feat. Forca - Certain Beat
                  23. B Squared - Square Root
                  24. Jus Now X T. Williams Feat. Dread MC - Y.E.A.H.
                  25. Moony - Ballin (Dr Cryptic Funky Roller Mix)
                  26. My Nu Leng & FineArt - Set It VIP
                  27. Notion - Massive & Crew
                  28. SNØW X Dismantle - Messy
                  29. L-Wiz - Girl From Codeine City
                  30. Synth Sense - Tomorrow’s World (Indigo Remix) 

                  Various Artists

                  Fabric 86 - Eats Everything

                    Eats Everything has come a long way since he first got his hands on a set of decks. After growing up immersed in dance music, he spent the best part of a decade DJing around various clubs in his Bristol hometown, before a break with a regular job allowed him to start taking production seriously. His big break came with 2011’s Pets Recordings smash ‘Entrance Song’, and as his touring career took off, releases on the likes of Hot Creations, Dirtybird, Crosstown Rebels and Method followed. 2015 proved to be one of Eats Everything’s biggest years yet, with the release of his debut mix album and the launch of his own label and events series Edible, culminating in being named ‘Best British DJ’ at DJ Mag's Best of British Awards.

                    Now, Eats Everything steps up to join the fabric compilation series, having first taken to the club's decks in 2011, and has been returning regularly ever since.

                    "I played a set of what I believe are “fabric records”. Some are old, some are new, some are bangers, some are groovers, some are trippy, some are euphoric but they all have some kind of meaning to me and I have played every one of them at fabric. I really enjoyed putting this together and I hope people enjoy it too." - Eats Everything

                    The result is a musical treat for lovers of all shades of house, from the classic to the modern. Kicking off with a classic Danny Tenaglia edit of The Ananda Project’s ‘Cascades of Colour’, whose echoing, hypnotic vocals prove an attention-grabbing, nostalgia-tinged start to the 75 minutes. Expertly building pace, the mix takes in laidback deep house groover ‘Kaimanawa’ by Cavalier and the darker ‘Nostalgia’ by Peter Horrevorts, before the distinctive flute melody of Lauren Lane’s ‘Diary of a Madwoman’ is teased in. Forthcoming on Edible, it's the first of two special new tracks included on the mix.

                    A ravey, uplifting section of chords, cowbells and vocals keeps the pace up, before the minimal, stuttering percussion and subtle buss-saw synths of the Jeff Bennett remix of Tim J’s ‘Motion’ takes us down a notch into deeper, minimalistic territory. Classic highlights over the second half of the mix also include Booka Shade’s dark, stomping ‘Trespass 06’, and Golden Boy and Miss Kittin’s career-making 2001 hit ‘Rippin Kittin’. Following ‘Baby Talk’, a production that Cajmere created especially for the mix, Eats signs off with the 1996 classic, ‘Galaxia’ by Moonman. A track with real personal significance, its emotion-laden synths and uplifting, spacey chords, it’s the perfect way to round off a diverse mix.

                    Various Artists

                    FabricliveE 85 - Jesse Rose

                      As the owner of two record labels; A-Sided and Play It Down, and a highly regarded international DJ, Jesse Rose is a familiar name, even for those who reside outside of dance music circles. Indeed, having produced for the likes of Hot Chip, mentored artists like Christian Nielsen and Oliver $, and with collaborations with names such as Henrik Schwarz and Claude VonStroke under his belt, Jesse is more than just a DJ/producer, he’s a tastemaker, businessman and a bonafide legend of house music.

                      West London-born, Jesse started DJing in Bristol in the early ‘90s before moving back to London. A run of collaborations with Switch on his Dubsided label soon followed, leading to releases on Derrick Carter’s Classic and Rose’s own imprints, with Jesse forging a reputation for mixing sounds from other genres in his own unique productions. Since then he has produced over 100 tracks on labels including Get Physical, Junior Boys Own and Simple, and recorded over 100 remixes for the likes of Masters At Work, Armand Van Helden, Kevin Saunderson, Underworld and Childish Gambino.

                      Upon completing a 6 year residency at Panorama Bar, Jesse moved from Berlin to Los Angeles some years ago, and he now lives between two cities – Barcelona and LA – when not on tour around the world. He has worked on many collaborative projects throughout the years with artists including the aforementioned Henrik Schwarz, as Black Rose, Ninja Tune’s Seven Davis Jr. and Leon Ware, a former producer of Marvin Gaye. He is currently working on a new project called STAYGOLD with New York house don Junior Sanchez, with their first productions being remixes for Cassius and Mathias Kaden. With all of this under his belt, plus a relationship with fabric stretching to the early days of the club, the time was right for Jesse to step up to the FABRICLIVE mantle, and he more than delivers.
                      "I was in the middle of a six month tour of the world when I was asked to do the mix, so I was constantly finding decks in the middle of the night in these far-flung locations, to have a mix and make sure it had the right feel. I actually ended up mixing the compilation in New Jersey, Los Angeles and Sydney. Although I mixed it in three parts which I later stitched together, it was mixed live as I wanted it to represent how I would play in the club, to sound personal to what I do and not computerised." Jesse Rose
                      Ed Weathers’ cheeky ‘Love The Feeling High’ acapella heralds in prime cuts from Mannheim man Johnny D, ‘90s house icons Urban Soul (with Gerd on the remix), Chicago stalwart Gene Farris and more, sitting alongside the best of Play It Down and A-SIDED from the likes of Berlin producer Sqim, rising Danish talent Christian Nielsen and of course Jesse himself, who gifts an exclusive Dub version of his own ‘Touch ‘N’ Tease’ plus the glorious, hands in the air ‘It’s Not Over’ featuring Seven Davis Jr., included here as a ‘synthapella’. The 12” mix of Steve Silk Hurley’s effortlessly rousing ‘The Word Is Love’ ends proceedings on the same high we started with, a reminder that Jesse Rose – a true house music pioneer – is also one of the best selectors in the game.

                      TRACK LISTING

                      01. Jesse Rose Feat. Ed Weathers - Love The Feeling High (Acapella)
                      02. Henrik Schwarz - Leave My Head Alone Brain (Mix 5)
                      03. Sqim - White Flakes
                      04. Johnny D - Believer
                      05. Eric De Man - For Sunking (Melon's Sex Strip Mix) + Lil' Mark - At That Place (Lilmukkappella)
                      06. Urban Soul - Alright (Gerd Deep Remix)
                      07. Ian Pooley - Don’t You Be Afraid (2015 Edit)
                      08. Shit Robot Feat. Reggie Watts - Where It's At (Johnny Aux Remix)
                      09. Kask - The Right Way
                      10. Induceve - Papillion
                      11. Mathias Kaden - Rawtone (STAYGOLD Remix)
                      12. Jesse Rose - Touch 'N' Tease (Dub)
                      13. Sean Miller - Malabar + 3rd Face - Canto Della Liberta (Acapella)
                      14. Christian Nielsen - Another Day
                      15. Brillstein - How About No
                      16. Claude VonStroke & Jesse Rose - Bare Mountain
                      17. Gene Farris - The Way U Like
                      18. Kyodai - Sin City
                      19. Jesse Rose Feat. Seven Davis Jr. - It's Not Over (Synthapella)
                      20. Steve Silk Hurley Feat. Sharon Pass - The Word Is Love

                      Various Artists

                      Fabric 85 - Baby Ford

                        Baby Ford is one of a few DJs and producers whose name truly encapsulates the word: legend. As a vanguard of the acid house movement, the Bolton born artist has continuously demonstrated a style and an approach to his craft that’s widely revered by electronic music connoisseurs the world over. The release of the influential ‘Oochy Koochy’ 12” back in 1988 might have given the industry their first taste of his production, but Ford’s gone on to steadily amass a vast catalogue of music that straddles every conceivable crevice of the house and techno genres in the years since.

                        To date he’s released four studio albums and a plethora of solo and collaborative efforts – including Minimal Man and his esteemed studio partnership with Thomas Melchior as Soul Capsule – on iconic imprints such as Rhythm King, Force Inc. and Rephlex, as well as his own labels Ifach, Trelik and Pal SL. Over the 27 years since his defining debut (and 10 years since he first played here at fabric) Ford has certainly maintained a stratospheric standard, which permeates the DNA of his long awaited fabric 85 mix.

                        “The mix was recorded at the Ifach studio right here in London. I borrowed an E&S DJR400 rotary mixer from a friend and then I just picked a bunch of my favourite records - some were new tracks, some in-house productions and some classics. Then I pressed record and went for a take; a ‘good luck studio’ type of vibe with me trying to capture the moment in the mix.” – Baby Ford

                        What Ford crafts is a largely unhurried mix of cultish house grooves and exceptional contemporary techno. A rare illustration of the man’s vast experience as a DJ, the 15 track mix perfectly captures his dancefloor dynamic as he interweaves tracks old and new, twisting classics like Pal Joey’s ‘Spend The Night’ and Dimbiman’s ‘Lava’ around epochal modern cuts like Joy Orbison’s ‘Ellipsis’ and Alex Celler’s ‘Haz’. Simultaneously, Ford finds the space to flaunt the quality and design of his own material, opening the mix with his Ifach Collective collaboration, ‘Carpet’ and concluding with his as yet unreleased ‘NYO15’.

                        Rising to prominence on Rinse FM and ruling for a decade at Kiss FM, Logan Sama has been at the forefront of presenting the best grime has to offer since the genre’s inception, lending a helping hand to the careers of such names as Wiley, Dizzee Rascal, Tinie Tempah, Wretch 32, Skepta, Ghetts, Jme, P Money, Preditah and many hundreds more.

                        Early DJ inspirations EZ, Karl Brown, Mike Lloyd and Fonti saw him gravitate from Brentwood, Essex to the capital with a growing obsession with the experimental productions of Oris Jay, Zinc, Zed Bias, Wookie, Steve Gurley and Groove Chronicles transitioning into the earliest appearances of grime. His notoriety on the grime-centric Uptown Records web forum caught the attention of Dugs and Slimzee on Rinse who granted him a prime time slot before Roll Deep on the then pirate station. Stationed alongside legends like EZ, Rodigan, Hype and Hatcha, his celebrated Kiss show broadcast to a dedicated audience, his final show in 2014 witnessed the crème de la crème of grime dropping in to pay due respect. Logan Sama has been a fabric regular over the years, from Run The Road to Playaz nights in room 2, Tropical and Butterz Room 1 takeovers and any number of FABRICLIVE events.

                        Far from a traditional DJ mix, FABRICLIVE 83 is an intricately curated album of exclusive beats and bars featuring contributions from luminaries and future stars of grime. Mixed with the enthusiasm, energy and passion his sets are known for, Logan Sama hasn’t just set the bar high for FABRICLIVE - he’s clean smashed it into orbit. 24 brand new and exclusive instrumentals from the likes of Wiley, Jme, Jammer, Terror Danjah, Rapid, Faze Miyake, Preditah and Kahn & Neek have been blessed in the mix with acapella bars from no less than 66 MCs including Novelist, D Double E, Ghetts, Flowdan, Merky Ace and Scrufizzer (and rarely is this phrase so apt) to name but a few.

                        TRACK LISTING

                        01. Wiley - Sweep The Floor + Vocals By Wiley, P Money, Jendor & Despa
                        02. Footsie - Brake Light + Vocals By D Double E, Footsie, Chronik & Diesle D Power
                        03. Rude Kid - Fabric + Vocals By Rival, Ghetts, So Large & Rapid
                        04. Faze Miyake - Rifts + Vocals By Merky Ace, Shifman, MIK & TKO
                        05. ZXPH XLLXS - XCXD BXMB + Vocals By Ego, Cadell, Scrufizzer, Maxsta, Rocks, Grim Sickers & Nasty Jack
                        06. Jme - The Return + Vocals By Manga, Frisco, Novelist, Jammer & Diesle D Power
                        07. Swifta Beater - War Lord + Vocals By P Money, Jendor, D Double E, Ghetts & Kano
                        08. Sir Spyro - Farda + Vocals By Footsie, Meridian Dan, Bossman Birdie, Milli Major & President T
                        09. Dullahbeatz - Final Stage + Vocals By Kano, Saf One, Mayhem , Deadly, PRessure, Bomma B, Tornado, Flowdan, Killa P, GodsGift, Cadell, Shifman & MIK
                        10. Jammer - Waterden Road + Vocals By Jammer, Discarda, Manga & Killa P
                        11. Rapid - 3rd Eye + Vocals By Roachee, Stamina, So Large, Rival & Maxsta
                        12. Spooky - Cookie Monster + Vocals By Scrufizzer, Blacks, Kozzie, Mez, Snowy & J Dot
                        13. Terror Danjah & P Jam - Crud + Vocals By Hitman Hyper, Jamakabi, Capo Lee & Jammz
                        14. Kahn & Neek - Bucktown + Vocals By P Money, Jammer, Rocks, Saint, Nico Lindsay & AJ Tracey
                        15. Jammz - Contender + Vocals By Jammz, Row D, Capo Lee, Kwam, PK & Big Zuu
                        16. Mystry - Launchpad + Vocals By Saint, Hitman, Jaykae, Choppa, Grim Sickers, Merky Ace, Ego, Chronik & TKO
                        17. Trends - Ambush + Vocals By Jaykae, Bomma B, Tornado, Hitman, Trapz, Kwam & Spitz
                        18. Teeza - West London + Vocals By AJ Tracey, Mez, Kyeza, Snowy & J Dot
                        19. Preditah - Crash Bandicoot + Vocals By D Double E, Discarda, Footsie, PRessure, Deadly, Saf One & Mayhem
                        20. Maniac - Do One You Mug + Vocals By Scrufizzer, Maxsta, Rapid & GodsGift
                        21. Davinche - Kestra + Vocals By Jammz, Novelist, AJ Tracey, PK & Capo Lee
                        22. Teddy Music - Swear Down + Vocals By Bossman Birdie, Milli Major, Meridian Dan & President T
                        23. The Heavytrackerz - Santa's Last Christmas + Vocals By Discarda, Roachee, Stamina, MIK, Merky Ace, Shifman & Kozzie
                        24. Masro - Constructive Mayhem + Vocals By Diesle D Power, Novelist, PK, Kwam, Meridian Dan & President T

                        “The creative freedom I have when working in Ableton allows me to edit, mix and remix tracks in ways you can’t do with turntables or CD players. Tracks are often used as building blocks in the form of loops and samples in order to create something completely new. Tracks are usually stripped down or minimal sounding to allow for layering and mixing with other tracks. The result is a mix that is more than the sum of its parts.” - Joris Voorn

                        Voorn weaves together a sinuous tapestry of deep techno from the mere strands of a staggering 65 tracks, cutting, chopping and editing together ambient cuts by Max Loderbauer and TCF with personal favourites pulled from the dusty rafters of his Amsterdam abode, such as Speedy J’s ‘Fill 17’ and Plastikman’s ‘Consumed’, and contemporary melodic techno cuts from the likes of Cobblestone Jazz, John Tejada and fellow Green artists Roland Klinkenberg and Anton Pieete. Meanwhile, brand new Joris Voorn productions ‘Where Have You Gone? (Part 1)’ and ‘Looks Fake Obviously’ exemplify the harmonic twists and pulsing beats that don’t allow you to take your ears away from this sumptuous mix for a single second.

                        TRACK LISTING

                        01. Sunset Graves - So, Who's Gonna Watch You Die?
                        Application - Front End (Remixed By Pye Corner Audio)
                        BLNDR - Isolate Frequencies 2
                        Lo Grounds - Fatalism
                        02. Deft - Blue Jasmine
                        Ambiq - Loka
                        Ambiq - Toxic Underground
                        Reggy Van Oers - Loctivity
                        03. Plastikman - Consumed
                        The Persuader - Pinnharan
                        Van Bonn - Abroad
                        Arnold Tempo - Quarion Was Digging For Water
                        Donnacha Costello - Grape A
                        Deepchord - DC14 (A1)
                        04. Siopis Feat. Mr Brean - Listen To The Whispers (Jody Hannan Remix)
                        Joris Voorn - Where Have You Gone? (Part 1)
                        Lau Frank - 7am (Dachshund Remix)
                        Audio Werner & Jichael Mackson - Schlamm
                        Roland Klinkenberg - L'Esprit De L’Escalier
                        05. Howling - Signs (Matom Remix)
                        Christian Fennesz - Kae
                        Julien Aubert - Feelmar (Gaspard De La Montagne Remix)
                        Martin Aquino - Red Pavement (Halo & Alex Fuente Remix)
                        Christian Fennesz - Euclides
                        John Tejada - Two 0 One
                        Glacial - Entropy
                        06. Joris Voorn - Fall (Nobody Home Dream Interpretation Mix)
                        Giash - Space Odyssey
                        07. Cobblestone Jazz - Drawn From The Side Of Crime
                        08. Sounds Like Us - Little Helper 163-4
                        Donnacha Costello - Backache
                        Sagat - Body
                        Roland Klinkenberg - Departures
                        09. Monobox - Realm
                        Tadeo - Deep Space
                        Robert Hood - A.M. Track
                        Reggy Van Oers - Mavie
                        10. Joris Voorn - Looks Fake Obviously
                        11. Nasty Habits - Shadow Boxing
                        Anton Pieete - Next Year (Mosca's Skaep Niwt Version)
                        Tom Day & Monsoonsiren - Love Is Rare
                        Tom Day & Monsoonsiren - Dreams
                        Joris Voorn - Left (Roland Klinkenberg Remix)
                        12. Wolfgang Voigt - Empathie
                        Rekord 61 - Sverh (Radio Slave F.Y.M Remix 2)
                        13. Joran Van Pol - Exist
                        Speedy J - Fill 17
                        14. Truncate - Concentrate (Truncate Rework)
                        Robert Hood - Shaker
                        15. Cobblestone Jazz - Northern Lights
                        Dani Labb - Asha
                        Timothy Blake - Squiggles (The Mole Remix)
                        16. Sebastian Mullaert - Direct Experience (Remake)
                        Swann Decamme - Go Away (Dan Bexley & Chad Bostock Remix)
                        Art Of Tones - Unstopped (The Revenge Remix)
                        Awanto 3 - Bubbles Made Me Cry
                        Joris Voorn - Mugged (Anton Pieete Remix)
                        17. Joseph S Joyce - Vedanta (Sebastian Mullaert Remix)
                        Nobody Home - Entheogen
                        18. Tozzy - Anoat
                        Mike Parker - Forward (The 5am Mix)
                        Max Loderbauer - Slowrag
                        19. Application - Front End (Remixed By Pye Corner Audio)
                        Jake Chudnow - Prelude To Shona
                        Stefan Vincent - The Void She Left
                        20. TCF - D7 08 2A 8D 2A 37 FA FE 17 0E 62 39 06 81 C8 A1 49 30 6F ED 56 AD 5E 04

                        After bursting into the spotlight in 2008 with two world tours and numerous heavyweight productions and remixes, Mumdance took a two-year hiatus after finding himself increasingly disillusioned with the scene and sound with which he had become associated. He returned in 2013 with a new, more self-assured style, releasing on labels such as Rinse, Tectonic and Keysound Recordings while collaborating with other forward-thinking artists such as Logos (with whom he is also set to release the club-oriented Proto project this February) and Spyro. 2014’s anthem ‘Take Time’ with South London’s hot property Novelist was followed by the duo signing to XL Recordings.

                        'Fabriclive 80' opens with previously unheard weightless sonics from the likes of Shapednoise, Jefre Cantu-Ledesma and Sculpture, taking a brief detour to early bleep with Sweet Exorcist, before settling into Mite’s ‘Cemetery Séance’. The piercing sounds of Logos’ ‘Glass’ (forthcoming on Mumdance’s Different Circles label) juxtaposes perfectly with Tectonic boss Pinch’s potent ‘Water Bomb’ and forthcoming dubs from Untold and Acre. The middle section of the mix acts as a short production showcase from Mumdance himself; three striking collaborations with Logos feature (‘In Reverse PIV’ is of particular note).

                        The mix enters weightlessness again with tracks from Helm, Wanda Group and Strict Face before Mumdance, Logos & Rabit’s ‘Inside The Catacomb’ acts as a statement of intent for the mix. Two surprise pieces of dancefloor fire emerge next: an exclusive VIP “fabric” treatment of Novelist x Mumdance’s collaboration ‘1 Sec’ and Riko’s version of ‘Take Time’ - an in-demand dub of 2014 in its own right. The final section of the mix jumps back in time to the early 2000’s with ‘Coalition’ from Eastwood & Oddz and Jon E Cash’s ‘Kamikaze’. Mumdance rounds off his Fabriclive mix with some uplifting tracks from the hardcore era that shaped his early musical tastes, by Bass Selective, Fat Controller, Jimmy J & Cru-l-t. The cyclical piano stabs of Ramos & Supreme’s stellar ‘The Journey’ are peaks in a mix that effortlessly summarises a unique musical mind.

                        TRACK LISTING

                        01. Shapednoise - Travels In The Universe Of The Soul
                        02. @c - Ninety-Nine (Remix For Mumdance)
                        03. Jefre Cantu-Ledesma - Untitled
                        04. Fis - Branch Light
                        05. Sculpture - Fabrication II
                        06. Sweet Exorcist - Testsix (Toneappella)
                        07. Mite - Cemetery Seance
                        08. Logos - Glass
                        09. Pinch - Water Bomb
                        10. Untold - Doff (VIP)
                        11. Acre - No Signal
                        12. Mumdance & Logos - Hall Of Mirrors
                        13. Mumdance & Logos - In Reverse PIV
                        14. Mumdance & Logos - Cold
                        15. Helm - Outerzone
                        16. Wanda Group - Piano In The Corner Of The Room
                        17. Strict Face - Rushed
                        18. Mumdance, Logos & Rabit - Inside The Catacomb
                        19. Inkke - Choong (Devil Mix)
                        20. Novelist X Mumdance - 1 Sec (FABRICLIVE VIP)
                        21. Mumdance Feat. Riko - Take Time VIP
                        22. Eastwood & Oddz - Coalition
                        23. Jon E Cash - Kamikaze
                        24. Bass Selective - Blow Out Part II
                        25. Fat Controller - In Complete Darkness
                        26. Jimmy J & Cru-l-t - Six Days
                        27. Ramos & Supreme - The Journey Part 1

                        Various Artists

                        Fabriclive 78 - Illum Sphere

                        It's easy to trace Ryan Hunn (aka Illum Sphere)'s impact on the Manchester music scene. Hoya:Hoya, the night he started with Jonny Dub back in 2008, quickly became noted for its eclecticism and open-minded booking approach, with artists ranging from The Gaslamp Killer to Ikonika and James T. Cotton. Soon spotted by the keen eyes at fabric, the collective were invited to host Room Three in 2011, and following its immediate success they moved to Room Two, where they now hold their quarterly residency. Illum Sphere's skill at bringing together disparate sounds as a DJ is bolstered by a formidable production talent, which has seen him release on a series of respected labels, including Ninja Tune, Young Turks, 3024, Fat City and Tectonic, whilst his remix credits include Radiohead, Martyn, Kuedo and Zed Bias. Constructed in the comfort of his own home, his FABRICLIVE mix is inspired by the sounds one might hear during his DJ sets in Room Two.

                        "I decided to stick to more electronic-based music, from new wave, dub, techno, acid, etc. In terms of range I think the oldest thing is probably late 70s and the newest thing came out this year." - llum Sphere

                        Kicking off in the 80bpm range, EMAK’s spaced out ‘Sein Und Schein’ (a segment of which appears later as an interlude) makes way for dub echo drenched tracks from Soul Syndicate and Carl Meeks. From there the mix explores the many subtle (and not so subtle) facets of electronic music, from the lo-fi experimentalism of Tapes and Powell to analogue synth-driven jams from Musumeci, Streetwalker and Grauzone. Illum Sphere is effortlessly flexible on tempo to the point where the shifts are barely noticeable, with the mix midway pace subtly ramping up into Das Ding’s technicolour ‘HSTA’. From there, spaced out synth textures of Legowelt and Demdike Stare are contrasted with machine-like grooves from Charles Manier and Propaganda. The exceptional ‘Gershwin’ by Actress shifts into Illum Sphere’s own ‘Bullet’, before Nine Circles’ 1982 track ‘What's There Left’ signs off a mix that is engaging as much as it is unexpected.

                        TRACK LISTING

                        01. E.M.A.K. - Sein Und Schein
                        02. Soul Syndicate - Now You’re Gone (Version)
                        03. Tapes - Dungeness
                        04. Powell - Fizz
                        05. Carl Meeks - Danger (Version)
                        06. (Interlude) E.M.A.K. - Sein Und Schein
                        07. Musumeci - Harry Batasuna
                        08. Streetwalker - Ooze
                        09. Grauzone - Film 2 (33 RPM)
                        10. Das Ding - HSTA
                        11. NGLY - Speechless Tape
                        12. Osborne - Bout Ready To Jak (TNT’s Acid Mix)
                        13. Charles Manier - Who Raised These People
                        14. Legowelt - On The Tiger Train
                        15. Kassem Mosse - B3 (Workshop 19)
                        16. Demdike Stare - Repository Of Light
                        17. James T. Cotton - Oochie Coo
                        18. E-Dancer - Pump The Move (Kenny Larkin Mix)
                        19. 2AM/FM - Desolate Cities
                        20. Propaganda - Thought Part 1
                        21. Actress - Gershwin
                        22. Illum Sphere - Bullet
                        23. Vazz - Cast Reflections
                        24. Nine Circles - What’s There Left

                        Various Artists

                        Fabriclive 77 - Erol Alkan

                          London born and bred, Alkan has spent the last two decades building up a reputation as a sonic innovator. From genre-spanning sets at his own legendary Trash club night to regular appearances at Bugged Out, via production credits including Late Of The Pier and Kindness and remixes for the likes of Metronomy, Tame Impala and Justice, his inimitable brand of mutant techno electro and disco has soundtracked a generation.

                          In 2007 Alkan’s burgeoning label Phantasy was born, the springboard for critically acclaimed releases from artists including Daniel Avery, Connan Mockasin and newest signing Ghost Culture, and he last year made his own solo debut with the release of the Illumination EP, drawing praise from the Guardian, Pitchfork, NME and more. With the solo release under his belt the time was right for Erol to step up to the FABRICLIVE mantle.

                          "I certainly didn’t want this mix to be a flyer or advert for me as a DJ. I feel this mix is quite specific to fabric as they are all records I would want to play in that environment. Even though I have had the benefit of playing all 3 rooms on a regular basis, this mix feels like it was designed for Room 1. It's influenced by the sight lines from the perspective behind the decks, the lights, the fact that sometimes all you can see are hands reaching into the booth, as well as those behind you dancing alone in the corners." - Erol Alkan

                          The 20-track mix opens with Jamie Paton’s driving, rhythmic remix of Maurice & Charles before taking in the off-kilter Latin electrofunk of Carisma, Zongamin’s moody Manfredas rework and Alkan’s own percussive, mechanical remix of The Emperor Machine before delving into the Phantasy back catalogue. Recent offerings from Tom Rowlands (Chemical Brothers) and Ghost Culture appear alongside an exclusive airing of Erol’s propulsive, shimmering ‘Sub Conscious’ and a brand new offering from Cowboy Rhythmbox aka Nathan Gregory Wilkins and Richard X.

                          Boot & Tax’s earworm ‘Acido’ refrain segues into Alkan’s own ‘Bang’ and an as yet unreleased Chicago Mix from Michigan’s Todd Osborn while the acid squelch of Claro Intelecto’s ‘Tone’ and supersonic synth euphoria of Daywalker + CF herald a dream sing-out-loud bootleg of Alkan’s ‘A Hold On Love’ and Saint Etienne’s classic Neil Young cover ‘Only Love Can Break Your Heart’. It’s an enthralling mix from a true master of his craft.

                          TRACK LISTING

                          01. Maurice & Charles - Sofa Love (Jamie Paton Remix)
                          02. Cowboy Rhythmbox - We Got The Box
                          03. Carisma - Talento Matemático
                          04. The Emperor Machine - RMI Is All I Want (Erol Alkan's Extended Rework)
                          05. Manfredas - Square Lights (Zongamin Remix Take 2)
                          06. Phreak - Acid On
                          07. Erol Alkan - Sub Conscious
                          08. Andre Bratten - Trommer Og Bass
                          09. Tom Rowlands - Through Me
                          10. Fumes - Jack2000
                          11. Victor Shan - How You Want It (Shan's Warehouse Version)
                          12. Boot & Tax - Acido
                          13. Erol Alkan - Bang
                          14. Ben Jenkins - K3M
                          15. Todd Osborn - Put Your Weight On It (Chicago Mix)
                          16. Voiski - From White To Red
                          17. Claro Intelecto - Tone
                          18. Ghost Culture - Red Smoke
                          19. Daywalker + CF - Supersonic Transport
                          €20. Erol Alkan - A Hold On Love / Saint Etienne - Only Love Can Break Your Heart

                          Various Artists

                          Fabriclive 75 - Elijah & Skilliam

                            Elijah & Skilliam are arguably the foremost ambassadors of grime. Having taken a scrupulous and avant-garde approach to the genre’s output, they have helped raise it to the forefront of the electronic music landscape. Their celebrated Rinse FM show has been representing the best of the scene for 5+ years. Their club nights were some of the first to focus on the talents of the producers, when at the time parties were more about the MCs. Officially returning with a bang last year, their FABRICLIVE residency has brought grime back to the clubs in a big way.

                            “The mix doesn't necessarily represent how we would play in the club, but it does feature many of the people that you would hear and see playing at a Butterz night at fabric. It was more focused on making a great mix. If you want to hear how we play in a club, come to fabric.” - Elijah & Skilliam

                            Brushing off pressure to represent the whole of the scene, Elijah & Skilliam have created something that is current, but not necessarily based on the big tracks of recent times. And with less than a third of the tracks at the typical 140bpm grime tempo, the mix showcases just how wide their sets can go without diluting their identity and their sound. The mix is peppered with exclusive studio collaborations and VIPs. Royal-T and Swindle built the Intro and Outro from scratch, adding live audio cuts from previous fabric parties; while MCs Newham Generals provided a couple of special versions – a grime fan’s equivalent of spending a couple of hundred on a rare record according to Elijah. Club favourites ‘Twinkle’ by Swindle & Silkie, Darq E Freaker’s ‘666 Sauna’ and Swindle’s P-Funk-esque studio jam ‘Good Stay Bad’ are among a host of tracks that remained unreleased.

                            Various Artists

                            Fabriclive 74 - Jack Beats

                              It’s fair to say that Jack Beats have a longstanding relationship with fabric, and it’s one that’s infiltrated a long and hugely successful career for the duo, perhaps better known as Niall Dailly and Ben Geffin. Even before they formed - just as the blog scene exploded, taking the pair on a heady ride of fidget house and bass-heavy beats - Dailly and Geffin were winning accolades through their former lives as DJ Plus One of the Scratch Perverts and Beni G of The Mixologists respectively. Widely recognized as some of the most technically gifted DJs around - Dailly winning the DMC World Championships as proof - Jack Beats have refused to stand still, their sound remaining one step ahead of the curve, and with one resident’s foot firmly placed in fabric throughout. With Niall in Scotland and Ben in London, their stories are the same as any other 90s kid: an insatiable appetite for a melting-pot of music, spearheaded by the early rave scene, ultimately led them both to turntablism. Using DJ competitions to showcase their skills and fuel bookings, it wasn’t long before Dailly and Geffin became Jack Beats, initially throwing themselves into the blog culture ’du jour’: remixing. Tackling pop behemoths from Beyoncé to Example with their own very unique brand of bouncy bass, Jack Beats have come a long way since, releasing on Cheap Thrills and Sony / Colombia, before settling at their current home, Skrillex’s OWSLA. It’s been a jam-packed ride, and one that Jack Beats only see continuing as they give you just a taste of what to expect in 2014 with their FABRICLIVE 74 MIX.

                              As Jack Beats attest, FABRICLIVE 74 is a 70 minute snapshot of their 2014 sonic landscape. Weaving from the freshest producers such as Taiku & Nulight featuring AC Slater ‘Doing It’ and Luxury ‘J.A.W.S.’ through to Duke Dumont on ‘Street Walker’, Jack Beats always keep the energy high and the pace fast with big, crunchy basslines, peppered through with recent and upfront tracks. There aren’t many DJs who can swing from the house leanings of Breach and Dusky through to HARD’s Destructo, but Jack Beats do it with ease, gluing the mix together with their own takes on Rudimental, A-Trak and Circus boss, Flux Pavilion, as well as their own upfront cuts on mix opener ‘Beatbox’ and ‘Ill Shit’. Technically skilled with an undeniable ear for what works, Jack Beats prove time and time again why they consistently remain a major player in dance music, and one of our strongest ever UK music exports.

                              Various Artists

                              Fabriclive 73 - Pangaea

                                With the last few years having inarguably paid witness to the most transitional, and potentially divisive period in the history of the UK's much fawned-­over hardcore continuum, Kevin McAuley has become a voice synonymous with a singular brand of off-­kilter, sub-­heavy dance music. Under the name Pangaea, he has released on some of the most reputable labels to emerge in recent times, as well as the Hessle Audio imprint that he helms alongside long-­time friends, and fellow FABRICLIVE contributors, Pearson Sound and Ben UFO. As a trio they've been at the forefront of a scene that's accelerated at an unprecedented rate as of late, making their enviable ability to stay ahead of the curve all the more impressive with a roster that boasts the indisputable talents of James Blake, Peverelist, Blawan and more.

                                Having grown up in a rural area of the South West of England, it was a move to Leeds that was to see McAuley's early interest in music develop into something far more substantial, becoming engrossed in the emergent sounds of dubstep and co-­founding the city's first ever night to be dedicated to the genre.

                                In 2007 he helped establish the Hessle Audio label as a means with which to draw together original and boundary-­pushing music that wasn't being represented elsewhere, and after appearing as the imprint's sophomore release he has gone on to craft eight more critically acclaimed EPs, including appearances for the esteemed Hotflush and Hemlock Recordings, as well as his own more recent Hadal series.

                                It's here, four years after his first appearance in fabric's third room, that he steps up to deliver a mix that's as visceral as we've come to expect from the prodigious youngster, and one that exemplifies the fiercely unique approach he's taken towards his work thus far.

                                With his productions having traditionally shared an affiliation with the darker end of the sonic spectrum, it comes as no surprise to find the confrontational palettes of Psyk and Shifted sitting alongside the gauzy textures of Lee Gamble and distressed junglism of Pev & Kowton, over the course of a compelling 76 minutes

                                Various Artists

                                Fabric 70 - Apollonia

                                  Apollonia - Parisian trio, Dan Ghenacia, Dyed Soundorom and Shonky - mix the next instalment of the acclaimed fabric compilation series: fabric 70.

                                  Vibe brothers in the studio, DJ booth and life, Apollonia have cultivated a creative synergy that sees them connect and work as one artist. Seamlessly weaving through house and techno, their sets are a hypnotic experience; three different minds, bodies and souls intuitively working together, focusing on their shared musical passion: grooves to make your body move.

                                  Apollonia formed officially in 2012, although the trio have been friends and working together for more than a decade. Originally meeting at Ghenacia’s revered Parisian Sunday morning afterhours, ‘Kwality’, held on a boat in Paris, Dyed and Shonky released their first EPs on Ghenacia’s former imprint, Freak n’ Chic, a label which encouraged new talent to grow and reach from the echelons on France. After the label’s demise in 2011, the logical progression for the Parisians was to start a joint musical venture, and here Apollonia began - both the band aspect and as a record label, to release their own productions and those of carefully chosen contemporaries.

                                  It’s an unmistakable energy Apollonia have brought to creating fabric 70, which was completed over an intense six-week lock down period in the trio’s Berlin studio earlier this year.

                                  The mix includes fresh cuts from the likes of The Mole on his new Maybe Tomorrow imprint, Dyed Soundorom’s buzzing re-rub of Daze Maxim’s ‘Farbfilm’ (a recent addition to the Apollonia catalogue), two new Apollonia releases from the boys themselves, made especially for the mix - ‘Trinidad’ - smooth deep house that incorporates the male spoken word and ‘Visa Americain’, a swirling, trippy excursion packed full of multi-layered drums and fizzy sonic effects, both due out on Apollonia later this year.

                                  Reaching back to the 1990s, the atmospheric pads of Nail’s ‘I’ve Been There’ is included from 1997, the uplifting summery grooves of Mood 2 Swing feat. John Ciafone ‘Ohh’ from 1996 and Callisto’s ‘Need Ur Love’ – a track close to the hearts of Dan, Dyed and Shonky - concludes the mix, standing as a solemn homage to the DJ/producer who sadly recently passed.

                                  It proved a challenge to license, but they finally pulled it off, and what’s more hold plans to re-press it on the label later this year. True to Apollonia form, fabric 70 is also a work with its share of twists and turns - the deftly talented trio knowing pleasure comes from contrasts and thus the energy levels are constantly manipulated up and down with masterful precision - the energy and intensity of their live performances injected into the mix. Always focused on the groove…

                                  Various Artists

                                  Fabriclive 67 - Ben UFO

                                  In a world where illegal downloads, cracked software and sync buttons are helping to create swarms of young DJs with bottomless libraries of digital music they’re vaguely familiar with, you might question the role and relevance of the specialist DJ in today’s musical landscape. Not everyone possesses the talent, care and breadth of taste required to project their personality through other people’s records, or to create narratives which transcend dancefloors; Ben UFO is someone who does. Over the years Ben has increased in confidence and proficiency, and in devoting himself to the pursuit of highlighting shared characteristics of 2-step garage, dubstep, classic house and techno, he has learned to expertly navigate and bridge tempos and genres in as natural a fashion as possible, allowing tracks from disparate areas to co-exist and function comfortably alongside one another to form a unique and well-defined aesthetic.

                                  In 2007, after finishing university, alongside David Kennedy (Pearson Sound) and Kevin McAuley (Pangaea), he started Hessle Audio. The label was formed with the idea of providing a platform for the release of Pangaea and Pearson Sound’s own records, but its scope quickly expanded, resulting in the release of genre-defying records by Objekt, Untold, Cosmin TRG, James Blake, Blawan and more. In May 2009 they started their residency at Fabric, which has been ongoing ever since. The club night reflects what they do as a record label and as DJs, showcasing expansive, varied lineups and drawing connections between artists as diverse as Kassem Mosse, Kode 9, Livity Sound and Randall.

                                  The primary purpose of this Fabriclive release is to represent exactly what Ben does as a DJ, and to give him the opportunity to showcase the different aspects of the music that he stands for. Accordingly, it is not a straightforward mix of house, bass music or techno; neither is it filled with exclusives or unreleased material. It is an indicator of where we are at and where we have come from, and a statement of intent. It is a considered and highly textured mix consisting of 28 tracks and traversing multiple styles.

                                  Emerging from the moody introversion of Mix Mup’s “Before (Dub),” the mix starts in earnest with an aggressively distorted cut from Delroy Edwards, which bleeds into the off-kilter rhythms and sub-bass intensity of an exclusive from Pev & Kowton. From there we’re thrown into the bizarre future-tribal world of DJ Sotofett remixing Tim ‘Love’ Lee’s “The Tortoise” and onwards through tracks and decades, as Chicago Skyway’s “It’s OK” combines with K-Hand, Fluxion, Jam City, Pearson Sound and Mr. Fingers. There are truly inspired transitions here: the acid tones of “Zug Island” by Kyle Hall & Kero drip languidly over Shackleton vs Kasai Allstars’ “Mukuba Special”; the shattered percussion of A Made Up Sound’s “Malfunction” is pulled into line by the loop-driven techno of Grain’s “Untitled”; the dissonant bassline drone of Pangaea’s “Release” swallows up and consumes whole the kick-drum barrage which defines Blawan’s “And Both His Sons.”

                                  With Hessle Audio releases represented heavily alongside labels such as L.I.E.S., Hinge Finger, Night Slugs, Hemlock and Eglo, there are clear indications of a tightly-knit community working collectively to push things forward. Ben is central to this movement, and with this mix he manages to communicate not just who he is and what he does, but ultimately where we are at.


                                  TRACK LISTING

                                  01. Mix Mup - Dub
                                  02. Delroy Edwards - Feelings
                                  03. Pev & Kowton - Raw Code
                                  04. Tim 'Love' Lee - The Tortoise (Sex Tags Mania NYC Mix)
                                  05. Elgato - Zone
                                  06. Gesloten Cirkel - Twisted Balloon
                                  07. Chicago Skyway - It's OK
                                  08. K Hand - Project 5 (Untitled B1)
                                  09. Fluxion - Pendoulous
                                  10. Minimal Man - Consexual
                                  11. Jam City - Club Thanz
                                  12. Herbert - Take Me Back
                                  13. Lowtec - Looser
                                  14. Pearson Sound - Clutch
                                  15. Mr. Fingers - I'm Strong (Instrumental)
                                  16. Shackleton Vs Kasai Allstars - Mukuba Special
                                  17. Kyle Hall And Kero - Zug Island
                                  18. Circuit Breaker - Ping
                                  19. Osborne - Bout Ready To Jak (Shake Remix)
                                  20. Juniper - Jovian Planet
                                  21. A Made Up Sound - Malfunction (Despair)
                                  22. Grain - Untitled
                                  23. Bandshell - Perc
                                  24. Blawan - And Both His Sons
                                  25. Pangaea - Release
                                  26. Joe - Studio Power On
                                  27. Floating Points - Danger (Locked Groove)
                                  28. Grown Folk X Main Attrakionz - ICE (Kuedo Remix)

                                  Various Artists

                                  Fabric 65 - Matthias Tanzmann

                                    Matthias Tanzmann crafts fabric 65 into a chunky and mesmerizing episode of the definitive compilation series. Featuring classics (Silicone Soul ‘Right On, Right On’ Tanzmann remix) alongside current cuts (Maya Jane Coles ‘Not Listening’) entwined together in his own unique style, the mix is an insight into a longstanding hero of the house music community.

                                    “The first records I bought were 90s techno from German labels like Harthouse or EyeQ. Later in the mid 90s I discovered house when I listened to stuff like St. Germain ‘Boulevard’ or Matthew Herbert's ‘Around The House’. Especially listening to Matthew Herbert performing live with Dani Siciliano - that blew my mind.” - Matthias Tanzmann

                                    Tanzmann embeds elements from these influences into his own musical personality. An atmospheric mix, it retains a solid drive throughout from the steady pace of Monkey Maffia’s deep and melodic ‘Sources From The Past’ to the mischievious groove of ’Butt’ from Jeff Moore & Jamie Lie A Kwie. Gathering speed as the story unfolds into the hypnotic and sultry tones of Alexis Cabrera’s ‘Everything’ before the percussive explosion of Just Be’s ‘Rain Come Down’ makes a climactic end.

                                    “fabric is one of the greatest clubs with one of the best sound systems in the world. Playing there to me is always a pleasure and honour and compiling a CD even more. In my mix I wanted to show music that touches me right now, and at the same time won’t be so popular that it will be out of fashion after this year. I would like the CD to be enjoyable for many years to come.” - Matthias Tanzmann

                                    STAFF COMMENTS

                                    Philippa says: Another strong techy house mix CD from Fabric.

                                    Various Artists

                                    Fabriclive 64 - Oneman

                                      There are DJs that are heavily tied to styles, people who go on to become figures synonymous with a certain sound or a particular approach to mixing; and then there are DJ’s DJs - a different breed of people who manage to make the whole process of blending records from disparate genres look (and sound) seamless. Often, it’s not just about beat matching perfectly, it’s as much about capturing a mood and evolving it through your record selections as it is locking on to a consistent rhythm and that’s something that Streatham bred DJ, Steve Bishop, has proven himself to be mightily adept at over the years. As much as his sets under the Oneman moniker may have started turning heads by melding old school UK garage with DMZ style dubstep, he’s proven through his regular presence on London institution Rinse FM that he can do so much more than just marry classics with current beats.

                                      Oneman has rightly become an essential part of the station’s roster, broadcasting his own agenda for two hours every Sunday night. He’s already known for his flawless mixing, his impeccable selection and his old meets new school mergers - that’s why he’s already a lot of people’s favourite DJ - but his FABRICLIVE mix manages to cement all of the above in an incredibly understated way. The selection bounds through choice cuts from the last couple of years by Joy Orbison, Fis-T, SBTRKT, Grievous Angel and Mosca to current productions from Pearson Sound, Lando Kal, Teeth and Thefft, all the time peppered by garage classics from Nu Birth, Steve Gurley, Tuff Jam and Youngstar.

                                      STAFF COMMENTS

                                      Philippa says: Wow! A proper UKG / future beats set that really makes you feel like dancing. 24 tracks mixed to perfection, while losing none of the 'live club' edge.

                                      Various Artists

                                      Fabriclive 63 - Digital Soundboy Soundsystem

                                      Launched in 2005 by original ‘90s Jungle pioneer, Shy FX, Digital Soundboy quickly established itself as one of the UK’s most exciting labels, its quality over quantity ethos making it a standard bearer for the UK’s world leading bass music scene. With a back catalogue that includes some of the biggest club hits of the past ten years, including tracks from Skream, Benga, Redlight and Jess Mills, and a reputation for throwing the biggest parties around, Digital Soundboy’s position in dance history is assured. Today the label’s roster of Shy FX, Breakage, B.Traits, Youngman, Dismantle and Stamina MC are all successful artists in their own right, but first and foremost Digital Soundboy remains a family, one that plays, parties and produces together and together continues to break new ground.

                                      The first officially released Digital Soundboy mix, 'Fabriclive 63' perfectly captures the carnival spirit of the label and its parties. From drum n’ bass to dubstep, dancehall to garage, via excursions into house and beyond 'Fabriclive 63' showcases the Digital Soundboy crew’s ability to bring together myriad genres and styles in the freshest way possible and create a pure party-starting selection. Mixed by Shy FX, B.Traits and Breakage, each separately choosing their favourite tracks before working on the mix together in the Digital Soundboy studio, 'Fabriclive 63' features a mix of exclusive dubs and upcoming releases from the Digital Soundboy family; tracks such as Zed Bias’ ‘Heavy Water Riddim’ and Dismantle’s ‘Warp’, classic anthems like Shy FX’s ‘Original Nuttah’, and the unexpected such as MANDY vs Booka Shade ‘Body Language’. An inspired selection that will put a smile on many a face and a bounce in your step, 'Fabriclive 63' ducks and weaves its way across the musical spectrum, and like the label itself, refuses to be pigeonholed.


                                      STAFF COMMENTS

                                      Philippa says: 49 (forty nine!) track mix CD taking in UK funky, dubstep, dancehall, jungle, house, grime, breaks and more - a proper floor-filling soundsystem mix-up!

                                      TRACK LISTING

                                      01. Nina Simone - Funkier Than A Mosquito's Tweeter
                                      02. Bloodfire - Gumbai
                                      03. Zed Bias - Heavy Water Riddim
                                      04. MANDY Vs Booka Shade - Body Language
                                      05. Justin Martin & Ardalan - LEZGO
                                      06. Roska - The Oracle
                                      07. Seiji - Face Up
                                      08. Artwork - Red
                                      09. Baxta - Do Without You
                                      10. Pangaea - Hex
                                      11. Tickles - Grinding
                                      12. Youngstar - Formula 2
                                      13. Bok Bok - Silo Pass
                                      14. Nightdrugs Feat. Moona - Higher (Skanky Remix)
                                      15. Skream - Wobble That Gut
                                      16. Breakage - Telepathy
                                      17. The Others Feat. Rod Azlan - Total Recall
                                      18. North Base - Fright Night
                                      19. Dismantle - Warp
                                      20. Breakage - Higher
                                      21. Clare Maguire - Ain't Nobody (Breakage's Suck It Up Mix)
                                      22. Roska - 480 BC
                                      23. Skream - Filth
                                      24. Dismantle - Displaced
                                      25. Redlight - Source 16
                                      26. Dismantle - More Funk
                                      27. Baxta - Baby Girl
                                      28. Dark Sky - Neon
                                      29. Die & Mensah - Firing Line
                                      30. Buraka Som Sistema - Hangover (BaBaBa)
                                      31. Skream - Daim
                                      32. Breakage Feat. Newham Generals & David Rodigan - Hard
                                      33. Breakage Feat. David Rodigan - Together
                                      34. Die & Break Feat. MC Fats & Bugsy - Peace & Dub
                                      35. Shy FX Feat. Kano, Donae’o & Roses Gabor - Raver (Shy’s Guinness Punch Mix)
                                      36. Musical Youth - Pass The Dutchie
                                      37. Mighty Diamonds, Mr Williamz & Yellowman - Pass The Kouchie
                                      38. Die & Break - Grand Funk Hustle
                                      39. Benny Page - Turn Down The Lights
                                      40. A-Sides - One DJ
                                      41. DBridge - Little Things
                                      42. Breakage Feat. Roots Manuva - Run Em Out
                                      43. Die & Break - Tear Down VIP
                                      44. Breakage Feat. Jess Mills - Fighting Fire (dBridge Remix)
                                      45. Dub Phizix & Skeptical Feat. Strategy - Marka
                                      46. Dizzee Rascal - Jus' A Rascal (Soundboy Special)
                                      47. Gyptian - Hold You (Shy FX & Benny Page Digital Soundboy Remix)
                                      48. Rene LaVice - Headlock
                                      49. Shy FX & UK Apachi - Original Nuttah

                                      With over 20 years of DJing and more than 20,000 records in his vinyl collection, one of the world’s most talented house heroes, DJ Sneak, lends his tune selection, deck wizardry and pure love of house music to fabric 62. Born Carlos Sosa in Puerto Rico, Sneak was raised to the rhythms of salsa music, before moving to Chicago in 1983, and becoming captivated by the sounds of jazz, funk, soul, disco and of course house music. Originally a graffiti artist, Sneak soon became involved in selling music, starting his own label Defiant and working in the city’s infamous Gramophone record store, where he met artists and industry players, all the while developing his unmistakable jacking style. Releases on house music institutions such as Strictly Rhythm, Classic and Relief, as well as his burgeoning DJ reputation, led to Sneak’s international career blossoming in the 90s and early 00s, with tracks such as ‘You Can’t Hide From Your Bud’ and ‘Fix My Sink’ widely attributed classic status. Now heading up three of his own labels (Magnetic, Oomph and Sneak’s Classics), Sneak remains as relevant as ever, with artists from Ricardo Villalobos to Riva Starr queuing up to DJ and produce in collaboration with the house music legend.

                                      Sneak’s mix is ripe with carefully selected contemporary house nuggets with echoes of Chicago and the jacking house sound he loves, drizzled with elements of techno and dusted with overtones of big band swing, mixed to perfection. Sneak performed and recorded the mix live without the use of any computers, taking a transatlantic trip to bring together bumping Chicago grooves with muscular European techno.


                                      STAFF COMMENTS

                                      Philippa says: He eats steak for breakfast and plays funky house records at night; it's the one and only DJ Sneak, with an 18 track mix CD for Fabric.

                                      TRACK LISTING

                                      01. Strip Steve & Das Glow - Calcium
                                      02. Markus Homm & Philipp Gonzales - Got To Make It
                                      03. Basti Grub Feat. Agent! - Walking In My Blues
                                      04. Yeshua Murillo - I'm Gonna Make You Mine (Joss Moog Mix)
                                      05. Arturo Garces - Light It Up
                                      06. Tripmastaz - No Turning Back
                                      07. Mike Jules - Crack Ass
                                      08. Hector Couto - Creampie (Darius Syrossian Remix)
                                      09. Mendo - Old School
                                      10. Alex Tepper - In, Out, Life
                                      11. DJ Sneak - My Love (Ramon Tapia Remix)
                                      12. Sir James - Special (Ramon Tapia Remix)
                                      13. Christian Burkhardt & Einzelkind - Cooper
                                      14. Luca M - Funk My Sax
                                      15. Muto - Wait A Minute
                                      16. DJ W!ld Feat. Hector Moralez - Take A Trip
                                      17. Willie Graff & Tuccillo - To The Music (Tato Remix)
                                      18. Cause & Affect - Beware Of The Swingers

                                      Looking back on the myriad of ways that the genre now known quite loosely as ‘bass music’ has mutated, one of the key figures in its evolution would have to be Bristol’s Rob Ellis, better known simply as Pinch. His fascination with what the outer limits of the dub sound can achieve has made him a distinct figure within the fluid group of like-minded dubstep musicians that defined the so-called Bristol sound.

                                      In 2003, a Kode9 set became the stepping-stone that was his initial contact with dubstep at London’s seminal FWD>>. This inspired him to start the first pure dubstep night outside of FWD>>, Subloaded, in his hometown of Bristol. With the city’s love of dub and long musical lineage, plus Pinch’s dedication to the importance of the actual sound, it quickly formed a dedicated community and became a yardstick by which other nascent events were measured. This had all been driven by a key moment in his own musical evolution which as he explains, “I lost interest in D&B and started buying minimal Basic Channel style techno, garage, grime and electronica instead - trying to mix them up together,” pre-empting the dominant sound of 4/4 dub-techno embraced by today’s crop of young producers, like Hessle Audio, who regularly cite the Bristol sound as a big influence.

                                      His Fabriclive offering comes hot on the heels of mixes from Pearson Sound and an artist with whom he’s just recently released a collaborative album on Honest Jon’s, Shackleton. These are all producers who work in a similar vein, that is, impeccable attention to sound detail, continual experimentation with rhythm whilst always maintaining a definitive ‘sound’ which can be traced throughout all their productions.

                                      "I am a supporter of the sound of vinyl and the cultural associations I make with this format so it was important to me - even if I do ultimately end up abandoning my beloved format one day - to stick by my guns and record the mix like this. I also made the whole mix start and finish in the same spot - meaning that the entire DJ mix can work as a loop if you put it on repeat. I really like the idea of certain kinds of music existing in its own infinite context and setting up the mix to loop like that was playing entirely into that idea." - Pinch


                                      TRACK LISTING

                                      01. Distal - Venom (Part 2)
                                      02. F - Slow Down
                                      03. EQD - Equalized #005B
                                      04. Henry & Louis Feat. Prince Green - Love Like (Pinch Remix)
                                      05. Pinch & Shackleton - Rooms Within A Room
                                      06. Deleted Scenes - Natural Law
                                      07. Pinch & Quest - In Dreams
                                      08. Boddika & Joy Orbison - Swims
                                      09. DJ G - Uncertain
                                      10. Roly Porter - Hessra
                                      11. Photek & Pinch - Acid Reign (Pinch's Dubplate Version)
                                      12. Pinch & Loefah - Broken
                                      13. Emika - Double Edge (Pinch Remix)
                                      14. Roska - 480 BC
                                      15. Addison Groove - This Is It VIP
                                      16. Goth Trad - Mach
                                      17. Distance - Blue Meanie
                                      18. Jakes - Get Serious
                                      19. Jakes - A Case Of The Bleeps
                                      20. OM Unit - Pressure
                                      21. Illum Sphere - Promise A Secret
                                      22. Distal - Venom (Part 1)

                                      Jamie Jones has become a household name and created an accessible brand for a new generation of dance music fans with his Hot Natured guise and Hot Creations label. His Fabric compilation comes as he rides the crest of a tidal wave of popularity for him and his Crosstown Rebels and Visionquest crew that are forming a new cluster of stars. Original and addictive, his timeless journey is typically charged with energetic loopy grooves, defining his personal influences and showcasing exclusive material from his army of talent.

                                      The mix starts with Hot Natured ‘Time Intro’, giving a nod to the recent Hot Natured smash single ‘Forward Motion’ and offering a hint of Jamie’s future projects with Ali Love and Kenny Glasgow of Art Department fame, before diving headfirst into a funk electro remix of the classic Sebastian Tellier ‘La Ritournelle’ reworked by pop’s newest heroes Metronomy. There’s not much room to exhale from there forward with Jamie’s own special reedits of Coat Of Arms and Karen Pollock, as well as some defining staples from his heart-winning DJ sets such as Cajmere featuring Jamie Principle ‘God Sent’ and Felix Da Housecat ‘Madame Hollywood’, an essential track from the early moments of his career. What sets this mix apart is an acute attention to the energy in the ride. Jamie Jones tackles dance music as a rock or pop star would, making it accessible and playing with the frequencies to continually keep it enjoyable.


                                      Hot on the heels of his well-received "Impermanence" artist album, the French techno figurehead Agoria presents one of the most diverse and meticulous sets to hit the fabric series to date. Jazz greats such as Ella Fitzgerald, Sun Ra and Tony Allen drift almost imperceptibly into and out of house and techno from the likes of Carl Craig, Cottam, and of course Agoria himself. Layers and snippets of each track are interwoven throughout the duration, making "Fabric 57" as much an orchestral composition as it is a DJ mix.

                                      TRACK LISTING

                                      01. Vainqueur - Ranges - Theme / Ensemble Economique - Real Things / Zodiac Free Arts Club - Ein Lied Für Popol Vuh
                                      02. STL - Silent State / Blacmale - Golden Day
                                      03. Moritz Von Oswald / Tony Allen - Ole Remix / Ella Fitzgerald With The Buddy Bregman Orchestra - Night And Day
                                      04. Sydenham & Joe Claussell - Rhythm
                                      05. Clara Moto - Deer & Fox (539.6 East Street DOP Remix) / Lil Tony - Treehouse (Lil Tony Remix)
                                      06. Canyons - Blue Snake
                                      07. Agoria - Heart Beating (Argy Tension Remix)
                                      08. DJ Kaos - Horny Morning Loop (Drdunkskaoticmix) / DJ Tazz - Unrestrained
                                      09. Eisbär - Subspace Two
                                      10. Space Dimension Controller - Mercurial Attraction
                                      11. Agoria Feat. Carl Craig & La Scalars - Speechless (Whisper Dub) / Sun Ra And His Mythic Science Arkestra - Somebody Else's Idea
                                      12. Agoria Feat. Carl Craig & La Scalars - Speechless (Radio Slave Panorama Garage Remix Feat. Tom Gandey)
                                      13. Infiniti - Game One
                                      14. Cottam - Cottam4 - Side A
                                      15. Mark E - Belvide Beat
                                      16. Cottam - Sunrise Sunset
                                      17. José James - Blackmagic (Izmabad 118 Remix)
                                      18. Carl Craig - Dominas (Carl Craig Mix)
                                      Versus Carl Craig - Dominas (Ruff Mix)
                                      19. Various - Fabric 57 Puppets
                                      20. Ella Fitzgerald With The Buddy Bregman Orchestra - Night And Day

                                      Various Artists

                                      Fabriclive 53 - Drop The Lime

                                        Pigeonholes are gracefully obliterated, and Drop The Lime's signature all-in-the-box DJing style encompassed, on the thrilling, adventurous "Fabriclive 53". As with all DTL mixes, the most unlikely beats and artists suddenly make perfect sense alongside one another: the raw 303s of Maurice introduce acid to Untold's future bump, Drop The Lime's own housey summer hit "Sex Sax" steps and twirls to the swing of Bill Haley & His Comets, and the glittery synth pop of Little Jinder fades into the melodic grace of Reso's dubbed-out ambience. Filled with teasings of Drop The Lime's newest work, and of course his unmistakable vocals, overall the mix is every bit as rare and passionate - and unpredictable - as the charismatic artist himself.

                                        Various Artists

                                        Fabric 50 - Martyn

                                          As an artist whose music has always defied classification, it comes as no surprise that Martyn’s Fabric mix tiptoes, straddles and stomps over the notion of genre. "Fabric 50" is a thrilling, unpredictable portrait of today’s all-embracing and cross-pollinating music scenes. Powered only by the common link of bass culture, Martyn fuses the deep impact of 2562 and Kode 9, the funky step of Roska and Uncle Bakongo, wildly imaginative creations from Hudson Mohawke and Joy Orbison, and the cerebral trip of Werk Discs’ Actress. Also glittered with his own 3024 label creations, this is a definitive snapshot of any pulsating, incandescent dancefloor taken over by the Martyn sound.


                                          TRACK LISTING

                                          1. Hudson Mohawke - Joy Fantastic (Feat. Olivier Daysoul)
                                          2. Alec Wizz - Drummin’ (Louis Benedetti Drumminpella)
                                          3. Nubian Mindz - Bossa Boogie
                                          4. Maddslinky - Lost On Tenori Street
                                          5. Altered Natives - Rass Out
                                          6. Zomby - Little Miss Naughty
                                          7. Uncle Bakongo - Afar
                                          8. Zomby - Light Cycle
                                          9. Deepgroove & Jamie Anderson - The Clock (Ben Klock’s Timepiece)
                                          10. DJBone - We Control The Beat
                                          11. Detachments - Circles (Martyn's Round & Round Mix)
                                          12. Joy Orbison - Brkln Clln
                                          13. Cooly G - Feeling You
                                          14. Martyn Feat. DBridge - These Words (Roska's Speechless Mix)
                                          15. Kode9 - Oozi
                                          16. Roska - Without It
                                          17. Martyn - Friedrichstrasse
                                          18. Levon Vincent - Air Raid
                                          19. Martyn Feat. Spaceape - Is This Insanity?’ (Ben Klock Mix)
                                          20. Martyn - Seventy Four (Redshape Mix)
                                          21. Actress - Slowjam
                                          22. Zomby - Mercury’s Rainbow
                                          23. 2562 - Flashback
                                          24. Martyn - Vancouver
                                          25. Jan Driver - Rat Alert
                                          26. Dorian Concept - Trilingual Dance Sexperience

                                          Various Artists

                                          Fabriclive 48 - Filthy Dukes

                                            Not so much crossing boundaries as erasing them completely, coupling pulsating kick drums, with dreamy melodies, the Dukes meld song-writing sensibilities with an ability to turn a dancefloor upside down. Throw down your preconceptions and discard your notions of the sounds of a fabric main room - this is the Filthy Dukes, and this is how they Kill 'Em All. The mix ducks and dives through styles and sounds without a moment's respite – setting the pace from the off with their own gloriously synth-laden stomper "This Rhythm", they move through "Beat The Clock" by the legendary Sparks, Aeroplane's disgustingly brilliant Italo remix of Sebastian Tellier – straight out the book of Daft Punk, and even manage to drift in and out of Aphex Twin's classic "Windowlicker" before the close.

                                            Tracklisting
                                            1. Phenomenal Hand Clap Band - You'll Disappear
                                            2. WhoMadeWho - The Plot (Discodeine Remix)
                                            3. Hockey - Learn To Lose (Filthy Dukes Remix)
                                            4. Sparks - Beat The Clock
                                            5. Alan Braxe & Fred Falke - Most Wanted
                                            6. Sebastien Tellier - Kilometer (Aereoplane Mix)
                                            7. 80kidz - Miss Mars
                                            8. Filthy Dukes - Twenty Six Hundred (Album Version)
                                            9. POPOF - Serenity (Noob remix)
                                            10. Audio Soul Project - Reality Check (Vincenzo Remix)
                                            11. Mujava - Township Funk
                                            12. Dataworx - Control (Original Mix)
                                            13. Noob & Brodinski - Peanuts Club
                                            14. Joakim - Watermelon Bubblicious
                                            15. Zombie Nation - Worth It Part 1
                                            15. Aphex Twin - Windowlicker
                                            16. Tiga - What You Need (Proxy Remix)
                                            17. Daft Punk - Robot Rock (Soulwax Remix)
                                            18. Mr Oizo - Pourriture 7
                                            19. Jack Peñate - Tonight's Today
                                            20. Lifelike - Sequencer
                                            21. Filthy Dukes - Messages (Filthy Dukes Kill Em All Remix)

                                            Various Artists

                                            Fabric47 - Jay Haze

                                              Jay Haze stands out as a visionary in the world of techno and house, a true nonconformist within these often blinkered scenes. But his work stands as testament to his highly revered stance, as an exceedingly prolific producer, DJ, live performer, collaborator and label owner. Here he delivers a delightfully assembled collection of tracks that thump with charm and eccentricities, and with an airtight flow throughout, "Fabric 47" is a wondrous family portrait of Jay Haze' musical clan. Not only does it showcase the all-embracing artists he works with on the imaginative labels he manages, it's also a glimpse into the soul-fuelled, future sound they've collectively mastered.

                                              Various Artists

                                              Fabriclive 43 - Switch & Sinden Present Get Familiar (Mixed By Sinden)

                                                On "Fabriclive 43", the ever-unstoppable Sinden provides a bumping representation of the no-holds-barred mindset Switch & Sinden bring to their bi-monthly club night Get Familiar. On this mix you can see why the pair's DJ sets are so popular, as it brings together loads of different genres, from Bmore to dubstep, electro to fidget house, hip hop to nu-rave (including a handful of Switch & Sinden exclusive refixes), all slammed together quick-mix style. Massive basslines, the fattest breaks and the dirtiest grinding synths are the order of the day here. Deep? Subtle? Melodic? Noooooo, let's save all that 'til we need a comfy chair and slippers. In the meantime, let's just jump up and down and wave our arms about! Includes tracks by Yo! Majesty, Mujava, Mixhell, Skream, Buraka Som Sistema, Scottie B, Joker, Zomby, Piddy P, Machines Don't Care, Kudu, M83 and more.

                                                Various Artists

                                                Fabric 38 - MANDY

                                                  MANDY are Patrick Bodmer and Philipp Jung who are, along with Booka Shade (Walter Merziger, Arno Kammermeier & Peter Hayo) and DJ T (Thomas Koch), co-founders of Get Physical Records. Here they move "Fabric 38" between electrohouse, sub-disco and minimal techno, from subtle reflective inner visions to sheer dancefloor delights. Includes tracks by Yello, Minz, Guillaume & The Couto Dumonts, Quarion, Gui Borrato, Mark Henning, Decimal, Lucio Aquilina, Booka Shade, DJ Yellow & Astrid Suryanto, Dubfire, Robag Wruhme, DJ T, Basic Soul Unit, MANDY and many more.


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