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  • xGoatboyx

    Did you realise that your logo is the symbol of an Apocalypse cult around in the 60's/70's or is that just a weird coincidence?

    7 Mar 7:37 Rispondi
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  • fourfourfun

    Christ, are you really 12 years old now? My mum just reminded me that she's got my 1st birthday mug hanging around her house. I need to get a hold of that again! Oh and congratulations on absorbing Mr Booth into your crew, he will be a fabulous addition!

    18 Lug 2012 Rispondi
  • Neilarmius

    Hells Yes. Boards of Canada!

    21 Apr 2011 Rispondi
  • wezg

    Fabric is a great club - I lived in London when it opened and used to go down there regularly... Great soundsystem lovely dancefloor! I'd love to dj there one day... http://djwezg.com

    21 Apr 2011 Rispondi
  • gtmb

    Fabric Sessions: Antonio De Angelis - WYS! Mix 2011 http://r.fm/artist/fabric-sessions/

    21 Apr 2011 Rispondi


fabric's Saturday nights showcase underground DJ talent, internationally-renowned electronic music legends, and accomplished live acts. Its playlists are dedicated to cutting-edge house, techno, electro, disco, dub-techno…and anything else that fits within the confines of the night’s future-forward and ever-evolving programming. fabric’s weekly residents are Craig Richards and Terry Francis every Saturday. Craig is also involved in programming the night, frequently inviting artists from all over the world to perform.

FABRICLIVE is a Friday night soundclash, touring all tempos from hip hop through dubstep and drum & bass to indie and electro. Here’s where you’ll hear the Plump DJs' bleeps and beats; The Filthy Duke's trashy electro rock; Sinden's bass-heavy bumps; Caspa, Skream and Benga’s throttling dubstep and the Perverts' tricks and cuts, alongside the blistering drum & bass of Andy C, High Contrast, Noisia and Goldie et al; next to the future bass explorations from the likes of Ramadanman, Ben UFO and Breakage, often all in the same night. Eclecticism is the key with varied but complimentary line-ups each and every Friday showcasing the best in underground club music.




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