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THE metaphorical equivalent of a cool flannel to the sweaty brow of a fevered man, Cable's influence of the flailing London club scene was nothing short of therapeutic last year. In the wake of the demise of Matter and (nearly) Fabric, and not forgetting the temporary closure of Plastic People last summer, London Bridge's Cable stepped up heroically and has remained a beacon of joy ever since. A home for Benji B's Deviation, Ben Watt's Buzzin Fly parties, Chew The Fat, Jaded, Shogun Audio and Metalheadz, Cable keeps things varied, always ensuring there is enough bass to blow the cobwebs out of the corners of this dust-ridden railway arch complex.