London pub The Lion & Lamb are throwing a Christmas rave to raise money for homeless charities.
Taking place on the 20th December, Signal: End Homelessness will run from 6PM until 2AM, in aid of national charity Crisis, and Centrepoint, a UK-based charity providing accommodation and support to homeless people aged 16 to 25.
Fabric residents Terry Francis and Anna Wall will both play at the event, alongside Ceri, Georgio Oniani, Robert Cary, and Wall's The Bricks label affiliate, Thoma Bulwer. 100% of the proceeds will go to both the selected charities.
London Music Conference (LMC) has confirmed its first speakers for the 2020 event, including panelists from FMLY, BBC Radio 1, Beatport, PRS for Music, DAZED, Point Blank Music School, as well as artists like Scuba, Ben Pearce and Stefano Riterri. Steven Braines of He.She.They, Firas Waez from Waze & Odyssey and Alex Warran aka Kiwi will all be giving their input across panels, workshops and talks over two days in January 2020.
Maya Jane Coles will feature on the newest compilations from London clubbing institute fabric.
Entitled '20 Years of fabric', featuring artists from both fabric and FABRICLIVE, the double-vinyl/CD package from fabric Records will capture "the present the past and future with 20 artists across 20 tracks, for the 20th anniversary celebration of the beating heart of EC1."
Anetha will feature on the upcoming fabric presents mix, compiled by Amelie Lens.
The fourth in fabric's latest series, following from selectors Bonobo, Kölsch, and The Martinez Brothers, DJ, producer and Lenske label-head Lens has tapped up her producer peers for 74-minutes of unreleased tracks.
fabric have announced a special two-part compilation which forms part of their mammoth 20th anniversary celebrations.
The London club is hosting 17 events in celebration of two decades in operation. Several of the artists on the compilation will also play at the parties, which take place throughout October.
'20 Years of fabric' is split across two releases; 'FABRICLIVE' and 'fabric', dedicated to the Friday and Saturday night programming respectively, Friday's being drum & bass, dubstep and breaks focused, with Saturdays honing in on house and techno.
Amelie Lens will oversee the next instalment of the 'fabric presents' mix series.
Her set, which is the fourth 'fabric presents' mix, following its launch earlier this year, takes in 19 unreleased tracks from a number of up-and-comers and peers from the world of techno including Anetha, Pär Grindvik, Nur Jaber, Regal, Hadone, Setaoc Mass and artists on Lens' Lenske label such as Farrago, AIROD and Milo Spykers. There's also a new track of her own featured.
The next installment of 'fabric presents' will be mixed by The Martinez Brothers.
Out September 27th on fabric’s label, the mix features three exclusive tracks by the New York-born brothers, as well as cuts from Dan Curtin, Louie Vega, Kai Alce, Funky People, Varhat, Sangre Voss and more.
London Music Conference is returning to the capital for 2020 at new venue fabric. Taking place on January 30th till February 1st, the conference will cover panels, workshops, networking and opportunities for all aspects of electronic music culture. The three-day event will also host a Festival Program, with nighttime events across the weekend and city.
The iconic Technics SL 1210 is the deck that changed it all.
At the launch of the SL 1210 Mk7 at fabric London, DJ Mag spoke with five legendary vinyl DJs about why the 1210 is still vital for the future of DJing.
Thanks to Micky Finn, Matt Jam Lamont, DJ Marky, DJ Prime Cuts and Low Steppa, who all performed at Technics SL 1210 Mk7 launch at fabric in July 2019, for the insight and to Technics for the event.
Fabric has announced the full line-up for its 20th anniversary celebrations.
The London nightclub, which first opened its doors in 1999 and has since hosted 3,000 events, will run a two-month programme throughout October and November.
The opening weekend begins on Thursday the 3rd October, with a live performance from James Lavelle, who presents the UNKLE’s AI concept. He also curates Friday night's party, and will be joined by the likes of Laurent Garnier, Roni Size and Mantra. Craig Richards, KiNK (Live) and Midland are all slated to perform on the Saturday.