Shifted and Sigha will showcase their respective Avian and Our Circula Sound labels at Fabric on May 18, and we have a pair of tickets and mix CDs to give away.
For a collective whose productions defined the tone of post-minimal techno, a mix CD seems like an inauspicious end. Then again, Sandwell District was never given to following convention. In part, they rose to prominence because they didn’t play the live tweeting, photo-sharing game that techno has succumbed to, something that they observed when they called time on the label via a blog post on the fascinating Where Next? tumblr site. Of course, Sandwell District would have meant nothing were it not for their music and the sum of the production talent that Regis, Function and Silent Servant brought to the collective.
Surgeon and Peter Van Hoesen are playing Fabric next month, and we have tickets to the event as well as a handful of Fabric mixes to give away.
Fabric have announced the full details of techno collective Sandwell District’s entry into the London club’s long-running mix series.
Levon Vincent and Marcel Dettmann will be appearing at Fabric on Saturday March 9, and we have a pair of tickets to give away to one lucky reader.
Scuba, Blawan, Barker & Baumecker and more will be playing Fabric on February 2, and we have tickets to the night and a clutch of Scuba gear to give away.
If there’s one thing that pretty much everyone can agree on, from critics to fans to artists alike, it’s that Ben Thomson is one of the good guys. Few contemporary DJs could find themselves on Rinse FM and Beats In Space within the space of a week; his importance in the breaking down not just of genre boundaries, but genre prejudices – especially as co-curator of Hessle Audio – should not be underestimated.
Houndstooth, the new in-house label from London clubbing institution Fabric have offered a preview of their first release, from Berlin based producer Call Super.
Cupp Cave will be making his Fabric debut soon as part of Sonic Router’s Room Three takeover on Friday January 11, and has created a fine mix to mark the occasion.
London clubbing institution Fabric have announced plans to start a new label, with Berlin based artist Call Super providing the maiden release.
The nature of Perlon chief Thomas “Zip” Franzmann’s entry into the Fabric mix canon has been revealed, with the German DJ compiling a 17 track selection featuring material from Vakula, Terrence Dixon and Kenny Larkin.
Berghain resident Ben Klock will be the next person to enter the Fabric mix hall of fame, and we have a copy of the CD, as well as a pair of tickets to the launch to give away.
London clubbing institution Fabric will be celebrating its 13th Birthday this October, and we have a pair of tickets to the huge celebration weekend to give away.
Full details of Daniel Avery’s Fabriclive mix have been revealed, with the London DJ featuring material from Simian Mobile Disco, Forward Strategy Group and Kassem Mosse alongside a healthy sprinkling of his own productions.
We have tickets to give away to Untold’s forthcoming appearance at Fabric, along with vinyl copies of his Change In A Dynamic Environment series.
The details of Ben Klock’s Fabric mix have been revealed.
Fabric are celebrating the August bank holiday with a line up that includes Dixon, Joy Orbison, Shackleton and Pinch, and we have a pair of tickets to give away, along with a package of Fabric CDs.
Oneman, the Rinse FM DJ who retains a towering presence in UK electronic music circles, will mix the 64th instalment in the Fabriclive series.
The manner in which an artist tackles a Fabric mix reflects – to an extent – what they’re like as a character, much like the often uncanny resemblance shared between dog owners and their pets. Some go down the conceptual route (Four Tet, Surgeon), while the likes of Ricardo Villalobos, Shackleton and Omar S choose to fill their mixes solely with their own material - a sign of supreme confidence in one’s own ability, any pop psychologist will tell you. Levon Vincent has chosen to pepper his entry into the Fabric canon with a mixture of his own tracks alongside material from the New York-based contemporaries he holds so dear, and it says a lot about the man.