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fabric 80 - fabric-products

fabric 80 - fabric-products

It’s a musical trip that continues all the way through Capriati’s take on fabric 80. From the opening purred drone of Lurka’s Mix of Clap! Clap!, Capriati gradually draws us into a house tempo, techno vortex. The Saturday night bump ‘n’ grind continues ap

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fabric nightclub, london - Never Not Making Noise

fabric 78 Raresh

fabric 78 Raresh

fabric 78. Bacau-born artist Raresh. Starting his career as a resident at Zebra Club on his home turf before meeting the Sunrise Crew Rhadoo and Pedro at the venue and forming the [a:rpia:r] outfit, arpiar. heavily endorsed by, Ricardo Villalobos.

fabric 79 - fabric-products

fabric 79 - fabric-products

The opening of the mix takes the listener for a ride through the heyday of America’s urban underground. Skilfully weaving through definitive house tracks of the late ‘80s and early ‘90s before expanding into ever groovier and deeper cuts from the world ov

fabric 83 - fabric-products

fabric 83 - fabric-products

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

fabric 84 - fabric-products

fabric 84 - fabric-products

fabric 84 was recorded during Mathew’s live show at fabric’s 15th Birthday. The stand out set of the night, it was clear to the fabric team that they wanted to release this as part of the mix series. Starting things off with Cobblestone Jazz’ ‘Northern Li

fabric 87

fabric nightclub, london - Never Not Making Noise

fabric 54 - fabric-products

fabric 54 - fabric-products

With fabric 54, Damian demonstrates his immense talent as a club DJ, with his offering to the series acting as a snapshot of what an archetypal Damian Lazarus set at fabric can be. With releases from the Wolf + Lamb assoc

fabric 55 - fabric-products

fabric 55 - fabric-products

fabric 55 is a timely record of Shackleton's electric live performances, recorded in the studio but directly inspired by the fabric floor. The mix features partly new and unreleased original material - as well as tracks that have previously appeared on

fabric 53 - fabric-products

fabric 53 - fabric-products

Flicking easily from the heavy, sheets of sound produced by his old school contemporaries, Surgeon fuses the old with the new on fabric 53, creating connections between the oppressing and the minimal that have never been as simply decoded. Honing in on

fabric 61 - fabric-products

fabric 61 - fabric-products

The meditative ‘Wasteland’ from Tin Man commences this almost supernatural journey, urging you to relax and sit back for the ride. Throughout the subsequent seventy minutes, Visionquest sweep gently from light atmospherics through into warm grooves and hy

fabric 62 - fabric-products

fabric 62 - fabric-products

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 rec

fabric 63 - fabric-products

fabric 63 - fabric-products

What better way to showcase Levon’s work and the group of like-minded producers around him than to present their forthcoming productions for the year? Here Levon selects a number of his compatriots’ unreleased material, as well as seven of his own cuts. A

fabric 68 - fabric-products

fabric 68 - fabric-products

Petre’s recent and newfound love and appreciation of classical music permeates the deep structures and rhythms of fabric 68. Everything about the music that makes up the mix is long and liquid, silky and sinewy, with myriad different bass, instrumental a

fabric 70 - fabric-products

fabric 70 - fabric-products

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 early in 2013. The mix includes fresh cuts from the likes of The Mole on his n