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FABRIC LIVE 61: Pinch


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Kölsch
fabric Presents: Kölsch

Kompakt favourite Kölsch turns in a set of all-new material on his fabric Presents volume. All the tracks here are named after flights he’s taken between shows, and as such there is an intercontinental flavour to the Danish producer’s brand of techno. fabric Presents: Kölsch runs to around an hour of chunky beats and melodious synths - think Âme and Ben Klock.

Bonobo
fabric Presents: Bonobo

Phenomenally successful electronics guy Bonobo has compiled a mix for you. What a nice man. He's put a few of his own tracks on there including an unreleased one but then he's put some fellow travellers on there such as Joey Beltran, DJ Seinfeld, Throwing Snow and loads and loads of people I haven't heard of. 

Kode9 & Burial
FABRICLIVE 100

Here endeth the lesson. The 100th and final edition of Fabric’s Fabriclive CD mix series comes courtesy of two artists who, perhaps above all others, have defined the sound of the London club since the turn of the millenium. Burial’s South London bleakscapes and Kode9’s Hyperdub label have spread their tentacles into nearly every facet of UK club music, and you’d be hard-pressed to argue that any of the other 99 Fabriclive mixes don’t bear their influence in one way or another. Now, as the series rounds out, the pair drop a 37-track mix that shows love to footwork, gqom, jungle, grime and everything in between. Not to be missed.

Tale Of Us
fabric 97: Tale Of Us

The long running Fabric CD series continues with a beguiling set of tracks from Italian duo Tale of Us, following several years after their appearance in the equally celebrated Renaissance mix series. Their trademark take on the dreamier, more melodic side of modern techno and house is presented in style.

Various / Sasha
fabric 99: Sasha

Fabric have reached 99. Time for this long-running series of DJ-led mixes from the world famous London-based club to celebrate; not only do we get a true superstar in the form, but a choice of formats to boot. Whether you opt for the usual mixed CD housed in a metal tin or go for the grand, deluxe 4-LP package what you will get is a supreme and fluid set from a master in the field with an unbelievable wealth of experience. House, ambient and dub-techno meld together to form a blend of the classic and the forward-looking. Included are tracks from Carl Craig, Mathew Jonson, Objekt, DJ Koze and the man known as Sasha.
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Marcel Dettmann / Various
Fabric 77: Marcel Dettmann

Here's the latest Fabric release in a nice tin. Top techno man Marcel Dettman resides over thids compilation plucking the best current techno from his DJ bag. It incorporates unreleased material from his own MDR label, unheard remixes folks and folks like Terence Fixmer and Robert Hood, Ryan James Ford, Monobox, Normon Nodge, Joey Anderson make appearances. 

Roman Flugel
fabric 95: Roman Flügel

Leftfield techno/house/IDM producer Roman Flügel has multiple releases on Dial, Phonica, Hivern, Hypercolour, and many more labels, and has constantly managed to keep rigid genres fresh and invigorating. It was only a matter of time til his FabricLive debut, and he brings an eclectic mix including Psychic TV, Randomer, Eamon Harkin and many more.
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Midland
FABRICLIVE 94: Midland

The rising star has risen - Midland has made it onto the headline slot at Fabric room 1 and here is the Fabriclive mix to prove it. Packed full of tunes from talented folks like Daphni, Beatrice Dillon, LFO, and Kowton, expect things from dank bass-techno hybrids to dancefloor euphoria. Hard work pays off after all.

Daphni
FABRICLIVE 93: Daphni

What's Dan Snaith up to these days? Still raking in the sweet $$ from 'Can't do without you'? Well he's got enough to revive the party-hard Daphni moniker for a Fabriclive mix solely consisting of exclusive new Daphni material that'll have Keiran Hebden blushing with midtempo jealousy. Considering there hasn't been any new Daphni stuff since 2012, this is a treat for Snaithers everywhere.

Special Request
FABRICLIVE 91: Special Request

With that recent snafu over their potential permanent closure apparently resolved, Fabric can get back to promoting and releasing quality music, such as this new mix CD from Special Request, a veteran of the club’s line-ups. FABRICLIVE 91 features thirty tightly-mixed tracks, including several brand new Special Request productions and a little bit of Polygon Window.

Various / Call Super
Fabric 92: Call Super

Call Super has received the call to step up to the mark of Fabric’s legendary mix-CD series, and he’s delivered in full. The idea here was to capture something of the mood that settles into the club just after peak hours have passed, making this mix as well suited for dreaming as for dancing. Features tracks by the likes of Objekt, Photek, and Karen Gwyer.
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Kahn & Neek
FABRICLIVE 90: Kahn & Neek

Bristolian grime producers Kahn and Neek have been set for (grime)world domination since dropping that Percy/Fierce 12” on bandulu in 2012. Creating other guises alongside, such as the dub heavy Gorgon Sound, they are now next in line for the FabricLive mix series. Features a few of their remixes and tracks from The Bug and Mungo’s Hi-Fi.
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Scuba
Fabric 90: Scuba

It feels like Scuba must be going for some kind of record for his installment of the legendary Fabric mix CD series: he flies through 42 tracks over the course of the CD’s running time. That requires wild cutting-together skills as well as a knack for selections: producers here include Pearson Sound, Ben Klock, Patrick Cowley, Regis… and many many more.

Gerd Janson
Fabric 89: Gerd Janson

Gerd Janson steps up to the honoured Fabric decks with the 89th instalment in their crucial mix series. He’s got plenty of killers in his DJ box, with almost every track here being a special remix version: Prins Thomas does Caribou, or Luke Abbott on Todd Terje. Needless to say, all masterfully mixed together into a seamless party whole.

Various
Fabriclive 47: Toddla T


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