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fabric presents SHERELLE

SHERELLE

Drum & Bass - Released November 26, 2021 | Fabric Worldwide

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Drum & Bass - Released November 26, 2021 | Fabric Worldwide

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JUNGLE TEKNAH

SHERELLE

Drum & Bass - Released November 3, 2021 | Fabric Worldwide

fabric presents Overmono

Overmono

Electronic - Released July 16, 2021 | Fabric Worldwide

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fabric presents Overmono

Overmono

Electronic - Released July 16, 2021 | Fabric Worldwide

fabric presents Danilo Plessow (MCDE)

Motor City Drum Ensemble

House - Released May 28, 2021 | Fabric Worldwide

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Is Danilo Plessow not the perfect DJ for a Fabric compilation? Fabric is a London club/label which is set apart from the competition by its decision to allow its DJs free rein to pursue their creativity as they see fit. And given Plessow's eclecticism and adventurous spirit, Fabric fans have been eagerly awaiting a collaboration with him. He has a renowned nose for "digging": searching away in Detroit, New York and Chicago, he found the right vibe for Berlin, is worshipped in the UK, and is sufficiently laid-back to play Ibiza. MCDE is an open-minded, curious DJ, who creates unpredictable mixes that run the gamut from northern soul to acid techno. In the German's 2011 contribution to DJ-Kicks, another major compilation series, he let rip with funk, soul, afrobeat and free jazz. But here, he places electronic music firmly in centre stage.The substantial tracklist starts off with the dub flavours of Rhythm & Sound with Tikiman on the microphone, before moving swiftly into the 90s house revival with Scientist, a Deep House gem from Ray Castoldi, the founder of the New York label X-Ray. Then, a trippy remix of the English genius Herbert on Can't Take It by Recloose. As is par for the course with Fabric compilations, MCDE throws in two unreleased tracks, the electro / jazz hybrid Nightfall with saxophonist Francesco Geminiani and vibraphonist Peter Schlamb; and Decay / Sustain / Release made under his alias Basic-Variation, which gives one the impression that he has set up a TB - 303 in a steam room.The remainder of the album is a veritable mine of forgotten diamonds: don't miss the hypnotic Broken Machines by Roy Davis Jr; Power by Random Ladder With 40, coming straight from the jungle; and above all, be sure to catch the incredible Stones of Law, which was released in 1980 by the French master Jean-Claude Petit, with André Ceccarelli on drums. If you start hearing voices as you play this record, do not be alarmed: it's just Danilo Plessow asking his friends what music meant to them during a pandemic. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz
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fabric presents Danilo Plessow (MCDE)

Motor City Drum Ensemble

House - Released May 28, 2021 | Fabric Worldwide

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Family Unit

House - Released May 19, 2021 | Fabric Worldwide

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If U Ever

Overmono

Electronic - Released May 12, 2021 | Fabric Worldwide

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Danilo Plessow - Nightfall

Motor City Drum Ensemble

Electronic - Released April 6, 2021 | Fabric Worldwide

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fabric presents Octo Octa & Eris Drew

Octo Octa

House - Released November 27, 2020 | Fabric Worldwide

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Both individually and as a duo, Octo Octa and Eris Drew had become two of clubland's most acclaimed DJs by the end of the 2010s, thanks to their euphoric sets which affirm the dancefloor as a place for healing and spiritual enlightenment. After delivering solo mixes on their T4T LUV NRG label and launching a joint residency on BBC Radio 1, their first commercially issued mix together appeared in late 2020 as part of London institution Fabric's ongoing series. Recorded in the pair's remote cabin in New Hampshire, the all-vinyl set draws from the extensive history of rave music, connecting the dots between house, techno, hardcore, and garage while focusing strictly on uplifting vibes. The duo effortlessly zip between deep obscurities from the '90s (with Orbital's extremely scarce remix of Global Method's Inner City-sampling "Good Life" being a definite highlight) and newer tracks which could easily be mistaken for them, such as 515 Connection's electro breakbeat workout "Positive & Negative" or Y U QT's dead-on speed garage flashback "Fort Wibbler," complete with time-stretched vocals and radioactive bass. Other high points include X-Press 2's celebratory "Say What! (London Underground Mix)," laced with Afrobeat-inspired horns and loudly clanging bells; the unmistakable rave ecstasy of the Two Amigos' piano-driven "Everybody Get Up (Vocal Mix);" and the Love Parade trance of Dr. Motte & WestBam's "Sunshine." The DJs each contribute an original production. Octo Octa's "River" is appropriately titled for a track which flows between acid and breaks, going with the current rather than building to a definite peak. Eris Drew's vocals and electro boom-tics give "Reactiv-8" a bit more of a synth pop flavor than her usual, breakbeat-heavy output, with robotic voices, slick acoustic guitars, and levitating bass figuring into the mix. As revealed by the unmixed tracks included with the digital release, the duo pitch many of the records up in order to ensure that the energy level remains at a constant high. It's impossible not to envision the two of them constantly rocking out to the music and embracing each other the way they do during their club sets. Even without an audience, the pair channel the communal spirit of raves, demonstrating that the right tracks and the right energy can be equally transportive outside of a club setting. © Paul Simpson /TiVo
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fabric presents Octo Octa & Eris Drew

Octo Octa

House - Released November 27, 2020 | Fabric Worldwide

Both individually and as a duo, Octo Octa and Eris Drew had become two of clubland's most acclaimed DJs by the end of the 2010s, thanks to their euphoric sets which affirm the dancefloor as a place for healing and spiritual enlightenment. After delivering solo mixes on their T4T LUV NRG label and launching a joint residency on BBC Radio 1, their first commercially issued mix together appeared in late 2020 as part of London institution Fabric's ongoing series. Recorded in the pair's remote cabin in New Hampshire, the all-vinyl set draws from the extensive history of rave music, connecting the dots between house, techno, hardcore, and garage while focusing strictly on uplifting vibes. The duo effortlessly zip between deep obscurities from the '90s (with Orbital's extremely scarce remix of Global Method's Inner City-sampling "Good Life" being a definite highlight) and newer tracks which could easily be mistaken for them, such as 515 Connection's electro breakbeat workout "Positive & Negative" or Y U QT's dead-on speed garage flashback "Fort Wibbler," complete with time-stretched vocals and radioactive bass. Other high points include X-Press 2's celebratory "Say What! (London Underground Mix)," laced with Afrobeat-inspired horns and loudly clanging bells; the unmistakable rave ecstasy of the Two Amigos' piano-driven "Everybody Get Up (Vocal Mix);" and the Love Parade trance of Dr. Motte & WestBam's "Sunshine." The DJs each contribute an original production. Octo Octa's "River" is appropriately titled for a track which flows between acid and breaks, going with the current rather than building to a definite peak. Eris Drew's vocals and electro boom-tics give "Reactiv-8" a bit more of a synth pop flavor than her usual, breakbeat-heavy output, with robotic voices, slick acoustic guitars, and levitating bass figuring into the mix. As revealed by the unmixed tracks included with the digital release, the duo pitch many of the records up in order to ensure that the energy level remains at a constant high. It's impossible not to envision the two of them constantly rocking out to the music and embracing each other the way they do during their club sets. Even without an audience, the pair channel the communal spirit of raves, demonstrating that the right tracks and the right energy can be equally transportive outside of a club setting. © Paul Simpson /TiVo
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fabric presents Octo Octa & Eris Drew

Octo Octa

House - Released November 27, 2020 | Fabric Worldwide

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River

Octo Octa

House - Released November 18, 2020 | Fabric Worldwide

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fabric presents Chase & Status RTRN II FABRIC

Chase & Status

Drum & Bass - Released October 30, 2020 | Fabric Worldwide

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Chase & Status

Drum & Bass - Released October 30, 2020 | Fabric Worldwide

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Reactiv-8

Eris Drew

House - Released October 14, 2020 | Fabric Worldwide

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Engage

Chase & Status

Drum & Bass - Released September 17, 2020 | Fabric Worldwide

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fabric presents Maribou State

Maribou State

Dance - Released March 27, 2020 | Fabric Worldwide

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Roll The Dice

Oriyin

Electronic - Released February 11, 2020 | Fabric Worldwide

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