The #savefabric campaign is releasing 111 tracks as part of a brand-new compilation to support the fight to reopen the nightclub, and it's set to drop next month on 4th November.
“The closure of fabric has seen a reaction that has been completely humbling and overwhelming to all of us on the team,” said fabric's owners. “This response perfectly encapsulates everything the electronic music community represents.
“Both Fabric Records and our artist-led label Houndstooth decided a release that embodies this spirit would be a further powerful way to demonstrate the collective power of our community. We asked artists associated with both labels to donate a track to the cause, needing to act fast we gave a deadline of just three weeks in total, from inception to final master. The brief was simple, we asked for a previously unreleased track, either brand new or an alternative version of an old classic.
“Ahead of the court date which will determine the long term future of fabric nightclub we’d like to present this compilation as a document of this moment in time but also as the perfect embodiment of everything Fabric is and stands for,” fabric concluded.
Featuring music from µ-Ziq, Addison Groove, Clams Casino, FiS, Ikonika, Kuedo, Machinedrum, Mumdance & Logos, Paula Temple, Roman Flügel, Shackleton, Special Request, Untold and Vatican Shadow & Telefon Tel Aviv among others, the digital compilation is set to drop on 4th November.
Show your support and pre-order the compilation from the fabric site or Bandcamp here. Listen to one of the forthcoming tracks by Throwing Snow from the compilation below.