Ever consistent London-based producer Throwing Snow will release his new EP on Fabric’s Houndstooth label this Friday 18th May.
‘Myriad / Minotaurs’ is the third release on Houndstooth from the prolific producer this year, following the brutal bass driven ‘Simmer / Subtitles’ and ‘Trébucher / Tantrum’.
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.
‘FABRICLIVE 98’ (exclusives in bold)
Out 25th May
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Jeff Mills has given his thoughts on the future of music, among other things, in a new, in-depth interview with London’s Fabric nightclub.
Craig Richards addressed his current Fabric residency in a new statement, in which he outlined his changing position at the famed London nightclub.
In a personal letter posted to the Fabric blog, Richards spoke about the future of his residency, which will see him performing less frequently to focus on other projects and endeavours. The news comes after announcing last year that he would be stepping down from his weekly Fabric London slot in 2018.
Maceo Plex has been locked to mix the forthcoming ‘fabric 98’ compilation. The 22-track effort will be available as a CD and digital download on 20th April.
The compilation is an expression of Plex’s many styles and production aliases, starting off with an excursion in deep electro before introducing the 4x4 kick drum, new wave and techno.
Dance music is now a global business, with almost all corners of the globe tuned into the scene. Yet for voters in our annual Top 100 Clubs poll, Europe’s dominance is clear. European venues made up 6 of the top 10 clubs in last year’s poll.
Voting in this year’s poll is open now, but before you cast your vote, check out Europe’s highest ranked clubs from last year’s ranking…
Call us masochists, gluttons for punishment, or just people that don't know when to take a break. Either way, despite the collective gout following a festive season of red wine, cheese, and copious parties, it's time to look ahead at the finest sessions the UK has to offer in the coming weeks.
London and the South has plenty to distract you from impending credit card payments. Tesselate hits the capital's beloved Corsica Studios with two of Berghain's best, Nick Höppner and ND_Baumecker, which should be more than decent.
Clearly, the concept of copyright doesn't really exist in China as a nightclub sporting the same name and logo as famed London nightclub fabric has been spotted operating in the country.
The club was spotted by a Dutch DJ and promoter Bram van Ravenhorst who runs Chongqing club Echo Bay and took some pictures of the club's exterior, sporting fabric's iconic logo, which have since gone viral.
The club is located in the Beibin Lu area of downtown Chongqing and clearly is trying to cash in on fabric's world-renowned brand.
Fabric will be launching a new fortnightly event series in early 2018 dubbed Forms. Skream headlines the series’ debut party on 19th January.
Forms will run on alternating Fridays with the long-standing FABRICLIVE party. The series promises to bring “fresh new energy to the long, dark January nights”.
Yousef, Monki, Michael Mayer, &ME and Christoph are among the talents confirmed to perform Forms during the first three months of 2018. A number of special guests will be revealed as the dates near.
Fabric will be hosting a Saturday series of all-night back-to-back events during 2018. The first wave of artists includes Ricardo Villalobos, Nicolas Lutz, Boddika and The Martinez Brothers.
The series commences 13th January with Adam Shelton and Subb-an. The 27th January set from The Martinez Brothers is currently the only solo all-night set to be announced.