Taken from FABRICLIVE 88: Flava D.
Pre-order CD: http://www.fabriclondon.com/store/fabriclive-88.html | Download: http://found.ee/FABRICLIVE88digi
Flava D launches FABRICLIVE 88 at fabric on 15th July: http://www.fabriclondon.com/club/listing/1290
Darkzy (@darkzyuk) is the alias of Elliot Fisher, an emerging producer and DJ from Nottingham. While he makes music across the bass spectrum, alongside his peers Skepsis and Notion his affinities almost certainly lie closest with bassline. With a recently rekindled interest in the party-ready sound, in our eyes Darkzy is becoming one of the frontrunners of the UK’s urban scene.
His production has been getting a lot of heat of late, too with My Nu Leng rinsing a particularly on point bootleg made by the Nottingham producer’s hand. The drop is more than likely familiar for many of you too – looking back to 2009, Darkzy adds some fierce heat to offer a refreshed take on Skream’s memorable remix of La Roux’s In for the Kill in something of a homage to the seminal track.
With his EC1 debut just around the corner on 28th April and more FABRICLIVE dates slated for the near future, we’re now very happy to offer this up as an exclusive stream to listen to at will.
Darkzy plays FABRICLIVE on 28/04: fabricldn.co/t9l3xf
It's one week away until one of Black Butter Records' most successful protégé’s, Kidnap Kid, links up with UKG demigod, DJ EZ in Room One alongside Friend Within and more. Whilst it wasn't actually that long ago that Kidnap Kid delivered his last promo mix to our doors, if you look at how he has progressed over the past few months then you can kind of understand why we think it's necessary to present the burgeoning artist once more. Opting for a more vocal-laced blend on the last podcast this drop definitely reflects how the producer has grown, delivering a slightly more tripped out and club cut flex this time around...
Tickets / Info >> http://bit.ly/FABRICLIVE1807
Recorded live at fabric 19/09/2015
Archived in promotion of Seth Troxler's return to RM1 on 21/05/2016 where here is set to join Craig Richards DeWalta & Shannon and Voigtmann
Tickets and more info: http://www.fabriclondon.com/club/listing/1265
Slam Feat Mr V. - Take You There (Soma Track Series Vol 2) is out next week on Soma
Catch Slam in RM2 this Saturday night
Today we’re lucky enough to be premiering what someone in the office just referred to as a ‘serious nugget.’ Yeah, OK, so that person was me. And yes, I did say it to myself, in my head, after listening to it over and over again; but the fact remains and it is what it is. The Critical Music signed drum & bass producer, Emperor’s'She Said VIP’ – which will be exclusively available from the Critical store this Monday – is superlatively frenetic, heaving it’s way out of the rousing build up introduction with the sort of lurching industrial bassline that’ll set most dancefloors afire. The full Into Black EP will be released on vinyl and digital this coming Monday, but we’re toasting the publication of the EP’s pre-order link here today because it ties in nicely with the fact that we recently announced the next Critical Sound date (10th July) where you’ll be able to witness Emperor going B2B with The Upbeats.
Advance tickets: http://www.fabriclondon.com/club/listing/1101
As a prelude to the upcoming Soul:ution Room Two takeover on Friday 16th May, label boss Marcus Intalex and one of Manchester’s most reliable renegade emcees, DRS, have bumped consciousness and put together this, their ‘Mid Mic Crisis’ mix. Regular sparring partners in clubs the world over, DRS’ trademark measured Mancuian flow rides perfectly atop on Intalex’s soulful selection with his baritone delivery sitting sweetly and filling out the dynamic range of the rolling selections which reportedly feature, in some form, material from DRS’ forthcoming second album, Mid Mic Crisis.
Basically it’s a glorious and specifically tailored 62 minute mixtape showcase of DRS’ potency as a host, an emcee and a vocalist. But it comes mixed by Intalex which more than hints at the level of quality it contains... two of Manchester's finest in sterling form.
Advance tickets: http://www.fabriclondon.com/club/listing/899
No tracklist needed.
DJ Marky is a proper veteran; both in terms of music and our working relationship. And as such it always feels a bit daunting to really know where to start when introducing him. Sure, he's had chart hits alongside underground smashes but that doesn’t really cut to the core of him. What’s fact is that the Brazilian master has been hosting parties here under the Marky & Friends and (his record label) Innerground banners here for a number of years now and, what's emphatically telling is that he remains one of the most energetic and entertaining DJs we've had the pleasure to host. Committed to putting movement in his music at all costs Marky’s returning to Farringdon next Friday to appear next to Calibre and Nightmares On Wax so he's put together the latest Marky & Friends mix which, with typical sun soaked flair, harbours more than a few handsome drum & bass nuggets…
Advance tickets: http://bit.ly/FABRICLIVE2908
1. Calibre - Windows
2. Break - Natural Progression
3. DJ Marky - Bolkwush
4. Sevin - Sunday Phunk
5. The Invaderz - Doublethinking
6. S.P.Y - Mucky Business
7. DJ Marky - Medusa
8. Noisia - Stamp Out
9. Tyke - Keep Shining
10. Supreme Being - The Horns Of Abel
11. Chromatic - Impact
12. Chromatic - Aspalls
13. Intelligent Manners - All By Myself
14. DJ Marky - Silly
15. Hazard - Death Sport
16. Wilkinson - Dirty Love (TC Remix)
17. Joe Nebula & Rachel Wallace - Twisted World (Silent Code Remix)
18. Simplification & Translate - I Need You