deadmau5, Skrillex, more feature on Dimensions’ 56-track ‘FABRICLIVE 98’ compilation
The mix is out 25th May, with a special launch party at Fabric 11th May…
deadmau5, Skrillex, Chase & Status and more artists are set to be featured on the upcoming ‘FABRICLIVE 98’ mix compilation from drum & bass artist Dimension, scheduled for release 25th May. Ahead of the release, Fabric will host a special launch party 11th May featuring Dimension, Metrik, TC, Turno, 1991, Kove and special guest Friction, with a second room hosted by Hospital Records offshoot imprint, Med School.
Dimension’s ‘FABRICLIVE 98’ mix explores the drum & bass and bass genres across 56 tracks. The compilation also features 22 exclusive tracks from Skrillex, deadmau5, Chase & Status, Sub Focus, Calyx & Teebee, The Prototypes, Culture Shock, and many others who created music specifically for the album. The mix also features exclusive music from Dimension himself, including his ‘Whip Slap VIP’.
Hailing from London, Dimension, born Robert Etheridge, is a fast-rising act in the drum & bass scene as well as the larger electronic community. His early supporters have included genre giants Andy C, Sub Focus and Chase & Status, who signed Dimension to their MTA Records in 2014. His 2015 track ‘Whip Slap’ for MTA Records was the best-selling drum & bass track of the year on Beatport, reaching the Top 20 on the digital music retailer’s main overall charts. Dimension has also performed at top festivals like Glastonbury, Parklife, Creamfields, Reading & Leeds, EDC Las Vegas, and We Are FSTVL, in addition to tours across Europe, South Africa and Australia and a residency at Amnesia in Ibiza. Most recently, Dimension launched his debut, sold-out UK tour at the start of 2018, with additional festival dates at Creamfields, Pukkelpop, We Are Electric, Boomtown, Electric Forest, and Love Saves The Day confirmed for this summer. He’s also set to relaunch his Amnesia Ibiza residency this summer.
Stream Dimension’s ‘Whip Slap VIP’, and check out the full ‘FABRICLIVE 98’ tracklist below.
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