Fabric On. w/ Ricardo Villalobos, Dinky, Modern Deep Left Quartet (LIVE), Slam, Swayzak. Was On Saturday, August 21st. @ Fabric, 77a Charterhouse St, Clerkenwell, EC1M 3HN, 11pm - 2pm Sunday afternoon
ROOM ONE: ON...
Dinky, Modern Deep Left Quartet (LIVE)
ROOM TWO: ON...
ROOM THREE: ON...
Swayzak, Baby Ford
**nb. 11pm saturday til 2pm sunday. 15 hours nonstop.**
We are very pleased to announce that for our next addition of On this August, Euro-Chilean star, Ricardo Villalobos will be in charge of turning your night and day upside down. For those of you who were lucky enough to witness the sound-obsessed DJ at our fabric 10th birthday, where he joined us on a thirty hour journey of dance, music and sleep deprivation, he’ll be re-creating some of that rare dancefloor magic for you over the course of the fifteen hour melodic meltdown. Joining him will be his close friend, Chilean born spinstress Dinky, who has a penchant for avant-garde electronic music from Prince and Depeche Mode and since being introduced to the likes of Villalobos, Dandy Jack and Luciano in the mid 90s, her obsession with the minimal surge has not stopped. Also on the bill is Canada’s best electronic musicians, Mathew Jonson, Colin the Mole, Danuel Tate and Tyger Dhula aka The Modern Deep Left Quartet who will be fusing improvisational jazz with a dance-floor aesthetic, LIVE.
Over in Room Two, founders of Soma Records and Scottish godfathers of techno, Slam will be confirming their status as one of a handful of artist who has truly shaped the genre over the past twenty years. Having remixed everyone from Daft Punk to Underworld and even mixed an early classic in our series, fabric 09, we can’t wait to welcome the boys back into our hallowed walls this weekend.
Embracing the musical landscape in full swing over in Room Three will be UK duo, Swayzak, mixing up the electric to the eclectic in a spinning vortex of dub laced techno and house. With five albums and over thirty releases on show, the musical direction they can take during any given set are virtually endless. They’ll be joined by one of the founders of U.K acid scene, Baby Ford who has gained recognition from major players Ron Trent, Armando, and Larry Heard and will pumping his big room sounds into the music hub of Room Three.