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.
Fabric has announced 13 new residents for its 20th anniversary.
Club stalwarts Terry Francis and Craig Richards will remain at the centre of the London venue, while a host of fresh names are being drafted in.
Friday bi-weekly FABRICLIVE will welcome Cimm, Mark Dinimal, Fish & Sherry S alongside DJ Mag jungle favourite Mantra. Meanwhile Forms, the new in-house party that kick starts every other weekend, now comes with Jaden Thompson, Lindsey Matthews and Tommy Vercetti.
As an advocate for those who dare to be different and someone who strives for inclusivity for ravers from all walks of life, Pillot has been heartened by the resurgence of a punk ethos and attitude throughout the undergound. "It feels like an incredibly exciting moment for dance music [reclaiming] its anti-establishment, punk roots" she says, adding that she thinks the mainstream has, surprisingly, had a considerable influence on the change.
A 60-hour rave is locked for Robert Johnson’s 20th anniversary celebrations.
The legendary 250-capacity German venue in Offenbach, close to Frankfurt, is widely regarded as home to one of the world's finest soundsystems and boasts a relentlessly enviable diary of exceptional house and techno talent.
No line-up has been confirmed as of yet, and there will be no pre-sale tickets available before doors open on Friday 28th June. The beats will stop on Monday 1st July.
The history of club culture is to be chronicled and celebrated in a one-night-only exhibition at London nightclub fabric.
The show, cataloguing the social and political factors which shaped nightlife's counter-culture, is a collaboration between the iconic club, subculture history archivists OurHistory and vape company Logic, and will take place on April 25th.
Fabric have announced Ricardo Villalobos, Ben UFO, Marcel Dettmann and many more for spring 2019.
Striking a balance between fast-rising acts and bigger names, the London club will host seventeen stacked bills across January to March next year.
Kiasmos, Magda, Leon Vynehall, Joris Voorn and Seth Troxler are also among the first names announced. Check out the full current programme below.