Fabric are reportedly at advanced stages of talks with Islington Town Hall aimed at agreeing licensing conditions that would allow the club to reopen.
A deal is said to be possible ahead of fabric’s appeal hearing, which is currently set for Monday 28th November, if lawyers for both parties can get a judge to rubber-stamp the licensing agreement, according to Islington Tribune.
NYC, are you ready to party with one of the most notable resident DJs from London’s world-famous club, fabric, this Thanksgiving weekend?
On Friday, 25th of November, Craig Richards will perform at Brooklyn’s House of Yes in promotion of fabric’s #saveourculture campaign. In an effort to raise awareness among NYC clubbers — since the recent decision by the Islington Council to revoke fabric’s license — House of Yes and The Selectors have joined fabric’s #saveourculture.
Nina Kraviz is the next superstar selector to turn in a mix for fabric's renowned compilation series — she'll be taking the reins on the club's upcoming 'fabric 91' mix.
Tipped to include a bunch of unreleased music from the Siberian producer, the mix will also feature previously unheard tunes from Aphex Twin’s AFX moniker, Pete Namlook and Swedish producer, Frak.
“This mix is of course where I am as a DJ and record collector, but it’s also where I am as a listener and it’s what makes me groove at the moment,” says Kraviz of the mix.
This Thursday 10th November, we'll be streaming UK snooker legend Steve Davis DJing live from our basement club in Angel, London.
Earlier this year it was revealed that the ex-champion had been living a double life as a techno DJ, making appearances at BLOC Weekend and Glastonbury in 2016. He'll be joined by revered Fabric resident Terry Francis.
Entry is free but this is a guestlist-only event and capacity is very limited. To get on the guestlist email names to RSVP@djmag.com — see you on the dancefloor.
A judge has reportedly ruled that the Metropolitan police should not be able to keep the identity of the undercover police officers that investigated fabric nightclub ahead of its closure a secret.
The Metropolitan police sent a request to district judge Robin McPhee, arguing that a loss of anonymity for the officers involved with Operation Lenor, which produced a report that was used heavily in the licensing hearing that saw the Farringdon venue closed, would put their safety at risk.
fabric’s #SaveOurCulture campaign has announced the final line-up for the trio of events at London’s Great Suffolk Street venue, which take place on Saturday 15th October, Saturday 3rd December and Saturday 10th December. All profits from the parties will go towards fabric's fundraiser campaign.
Ricardo Villalobos, Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Craig Richards, Nina Kraviz, Alan Fitzpatrick, Ben Klock, Terry Francis and Rødhåd are all set to perform, as they show their solidarity with the #SaveOurCulture campaign.
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.
fabric nightclub has been forced to vastly reduce its staff base as the Farringdon venue awaits its hearing to appeal Islington Council’s decision to revoke their license last month (September).
Khan & Neek are set to join the long list of esteemed producers who've delivered a mix for the long-running FABRICLIVE compilation series.
Stalwarts of Bristol's rich dubstep, grime and soundsystem scene since the mid-noughties, the pair have put out both solo and collaborative (under Khan & Neek and their joint Gorgon Sound moniker) releases for Pinch's Tectonic imprint, Punch Drunk, Idle Hands, Deep Medi Musik and even Warp Records.