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ΗΧΟΤΟΠΙA – Αύριο Θα Φύγω. Από το album “Χωρίς Ταχύτητα”.
Using the platform of fabric and FABRICLIVE that the London club have lovingly nurtured over the past 20 years, fabric Records present the past and future with 20 artists across 20 tracks, for the 20th Anniversary celebration of the beating heart of EC1.
1999: the beginning of the story. 1,000 weekends and 3,000 events, together with a seminal CD series that wrapped up last year with closing instalments from fabric residents Craig Richards and Terry Francis with club founder Keith Reilly, alongside London underground innovators Burial & Kode9 for FABRICLIVE. This special 20th Anniversary release reflects the history of the club from the very beginning to the current crop of residents. Here you’ll find artists who helped shape the sound of the club, grew up in the club, have been inspired by the club and have become part of the fabric family.
FABRICLIVE represents the finest in dubstep, drum & bass, jungle, breaks and experimental beats. Houndstooth’s Special Request leads the charge in trademark style, opening the floor to Friday night 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 hugely disparate evolution of bass music. Daniel Avery and B.Traits show off their dancefloor versatility, while Rupture co-founder Mantra plants a flag for London’s vibrant musical future. Closing are two of the club’s longest associates Groove Armada and original FABRICLIVE resident James Lavelle as UNKLE.
fabric has been responsible for nurturing the underground London house and techno scene, inspiring and revolutionising the clubbing landscape by confidently proving that you don’t have to book commercial acts to be a success. The breadth of talent here displays the far reaching arms of the night – with an opening spread of melodic techno from Nina Kraviz, the shuddering electro of Steffi, and evolving experimental house of Margaret Dygas. New resident IMOGEN veers things in a darker direction towards Cassy’s pumping house and Marcel Dettmann’s classic late-night techno. Anastasia Kristensen drives ahead while Houndstooth’s Call Super takes things down a deeper notch with a track reminiscent of many a classic night in room 3, 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.
Listen to “Catch Me When I Fall (fabric Club Mix)” by UNKLE.
NEVER NOT MAKING NOISE
The release ties in with anniversary events at fabric with many album artists DJing at parties throughout the club’s traditional birthday month of October. More info in this link
- 1/ A1 – Nina Kraviz – Da [fabric]
- 2/ A2 – Steffi – Ankertje [fabric]
- 3/ A3 – IMOGEN – Bizant [fabric]
- 4/ B1 – Marcel Dettmann – Taste 2.0 [fabric]
- 5/ B2 – Cassy – Joey [fabric]
- 6/ B3 – Anastasia Kristensen – Go Getter [fabric]
- 7/ C1 – Margaret Dygas – Zeitgeist [fabric]
- 8/ C2 – Call Super – Echothread [fabric]
- 9/ D1 – Maya Jane Coles – Reason [fabric]
- 10/ D2 – Sasha – Comet Chaser [fabric]
- 1/ A1 – Special Request – Codename Turbo Nutter [FABRICLIVE]
- 2/ A2 – Source Direct – Vigilante [FABRICLIVE]
- 3/ B1 – J. Majik – The Lost Tribe [FABRICLIVE]
- 4/ B2 – Shackleton – Drawn and Quartered [FABRICLIVE]
- 5/ B3 – Pinch & Trim – That Wasn’t It [FABRICLIVE]
- 6/ C1 – Daniel Avery – Whilst We’ve Got Metal In Our Blood [FABRICLIVE]
- 7/ C2 – Mantra – Embers [FABRICLIVE]
- 8/ C3 – B.Traits – Mameya [FABRICLIVE]
- 9/ D1 – Groove Armada – Wesley Nightshade [FABRICLIVE]
- 10/ D2 – UNKLE – Catch Me When I Fall (fabric Club Mix) [FABRICLIVE]
Taken from upcoming LMG – EP out 11/12/2019
Zodiac Childs is gearing up to release his second EP on his own Zodiac Wax imprint, inspired by The UK’s breakbeat and hardcore legacy. The three tracker is filled with euphoric melodies, crisp percussion, dusty breaks and resounding subs; mesmerising from start to finish.
Apparat ‘Heroist’ taken from the album ‘LP5’ – Out Now on Mute.
Buy/Listen here: https://smarturl.it/Apparat-LP5
Check out also Substance’s remix below:
Today, Jacques Greene releases the video for new single, “For Love,” from his forthcoming album, Dawn Chorus, out October 18th via LuckyMe. “For Love” follows lead single “Do It Without You” and early single “Night Service” (Feat. Cadence Weapon).
Greene approached the making of Dawn Chorus as if he were a band. He lived in the studio for five months this past winter – half the time at home in Toronto, the other half in Hudson Mohawke’s studio in L.A. – and wrote these songs in a sprint to capture this chapter in his life. While samples played a big part in his early output, his creative process for Dawn Chorus revolved around recording a stellar cast of musicians, arranging new parts. As a result, it’s his most collaborative project to date, featuring additional production and instrumentation from film composer Brian Reitzell (Lost In Translation), cello by London’s Oliver Coates, additional production from Clams Casino and original vocal contributions from ambient artist Julianna Barwick, rapper Cadence Weapon and singers Ebhoni and Rochelle Jordan, all sampled, processed and stitched back into the album.
To craft the sound of the record, he thought about the artists he held dear and researched the gear they used as a means of being in dialogue with their emotional tenor. Some of the gear he sourced included the delay that My Bloody Valentine was renowned for, as well as a compressor used by French Touch producers Alan Braxe and Fred Falke. Working with mix engineer Joel Ford (of Ford & Lopatin), he created a rule book for the album’s sonics that saw each part, from the drums to the pads, be processed in a specific way, through guitar pedals and outboard equipment.
Surrounding the release of Dawn Chorus, Greene will play select shows in Europe and the UK before returning to North America.
Directed by Jonas Lindstroem. https://gudurecords.bandcamp.com