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21 Mar 11
Review: David Kennedy, aka Ramadanman/Pearson Sound - one of the most talked about electronic artists of recent times - steps up with his highly anticipated mix, marking the 56th instalment of the fabriclive series. Amongst the almost exorbitant 30 track selection are 10 of Kennedy's own, signposted by explorations into dubstep, post-dubstep, house, funky, techno, grime, juke and all the unmapped areas in between which blend so perfectly to colour the Pearson Sound. Despite the brevity of time allowed for each track, the overall effect is not hurried. Essential!
01 Mar 13
16 Jan 12
Review: Having arguably kick started Bristol's love affair with dubstep via his Context and Dubloaded parties and Tectonic label, Pinch has since proven himself to be one of the most astute and open-minded producers in the bass music scene. It's perhaps fitting, then, that he should get the honour of mixing the latest volume in the acclaimed FabricLive series. It's also fitting that FabricLive 61 sees him at his most versatile, mixing up a range of bass music flavours, from atmospheric dubstep slow burners and dreamy soundscapes (his brilliant collaboration with Quest, "In Dreams") to acid-tinged 4/4 bangers (Joy O and Boddika's anthemic "Swims"), snappy future garage from the likes of Roska, and even a dash of bombastic footwork courtesy of Addison Groove.
19 Nov 12
Played by: DJ Nova (Rodon Fm 95)
Review: Since first bursting onto the dubstep scene in 2005, Bristol producer Rob 'Pinch' Ellis has gone on to be one of the sound's leading lights. An early adopter - indeed, he put on the first ever dubstep parties in his home city - he revolutionized the sound with his brilliant 2007 debut full-length Underwater Dancehall. Now a major player, here he revisits his early days with a collection of obscure B-sides and remixes. Naturally, there's plenty to enjoy, from the crystalline electronics and dubwise rhythms of "Motion Sickness", to the dubstep-techno fusion of "30HZ Mutate(d)", madcap IDM of "Attack Of The Giant Killer Robot Spiders" and spooky goodness of "Qawali VIP".
28 Jan 13
Review: It's about time Plastician stepped up to Tempa's Dubstep Allstars series. A long-time ambassador for all flavours of the ever-developing and mutating scene, this has been a long time coming. Naturally he's risen to the pedigree the mix series has achieved over the years with a selection of wide-eared grooves that stretch from the soulful vocal VIP opener "Brap" to deeper, more techno inclined dubstep (Jaydrop's "Blind Run") via haunted-house dungeonstep (Commodo's "Axis") and savage grime-hook ups (Merky Ace's "Greaze"). Curated by one of the scene's most respected selectors, this one's been well worth the wait.