Fabric nightclub has announced its long-running Friday night series FABRICLIVE will no longer take place every week.
Although the venue will reopen with a FABRICLIVE night on Friday 6th January, following its successful battle to regain its licence over the past few months, the club announced via its blog that FABRICLIVE will then only be held on the last Friday of the month, along with "a bunch of Bank Holiday specials and other one offs".
On other Friday nights, Fabric will instead play host to "a new series of one off stand out shows and curated events".
"Artists who we trust to deliver storied sets on every visit, some of the most important labels in electronic music and promotional partners whose work we admire will be taking over the reins on selected Friday nights," the club explains.
FABRICLIVE has been a breeding ground for bass genres such as drum & bass, grime, jungle, garage and dubstep (along with house and techno), offering a much-needed regular home to styles often overlooked elsewhere.
Fabric also announced that Saturday programming will remain unchanged, playing house and techno.
The club has also launched a new separate Facebook page for FABRICLIVE.
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