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.
Regular Guests: Regular Guests: Adam Beyer, Âme, Andrew Weatherall, Carl Craig, Cassy, Daniel Bell, Dave Clarke, Dixon, Doc Martin, Eddie Richards, Ellen Allien, Ivan Smagghe, Iz & Diz, Jamie Jones, Jay Haze, Jus-Ed, Luciano, Luke Slater, Magda, Marco Carola, Mathew Jonson, Matthew Dear, Matt Tolfrey, M.A.N.D.Y. Mark Farina, Metro Area, Nathan Coles, Omar-S, Radio Slave, Ricardo Villalobos, Robert Hood, Rub N Tug, Slam, Steve Bug, Swayzak, The Amalgamation Of Soundz, Tiefschwarz, Tobi Neumann.
Regular Nights: Wiggle, Clone, Innervisions, Kompakt, The Nothing Special, Underground Quality, Horse Meat Disco, BPitch Control, Tyrant. Not to mention our latest addition, the 30 hour nonstop disco - On & On…& On.
"Fabric’s Saturday night is highly unpredictable and utterly compelling.
" – The Guardian
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.
Regular DJs: Scratch Perverts, Goldie, Andy C, Skream, Benga, Caspa, Rusko, High Contrast, Commix, Spectrasoul, Noisia, Filthy Dukes, Simian Mobile Disco, Craze, DJ Hype, Grooverider, Fabio, Toddla T & MC Serocee, Alix Perez, D-Bridge, Instra:mental, Ramadanman, Untold, LTJ Bukem, Shortstuff, 2562, Martyn, Tayo, Stanton Warriors, Buraka Som Sistema, Marcus Intalex, Ben UFO, Pangaea, Duke Dumont, Ali B, N-Type, DJ Marky, The Gaslamp Killer, Breakage, Drop The Lime, Starkey, Shackleton, Boy 8 Bit etc..
Guest Nights: Club Autonomic, Marky & Friends, Hessle Audio, Soul:ution, Cool & Deadly, Playaz, Get Familiar, Plump DJs Present Headthrash, Kill ‘Em All, Breakbeat Kaos, The Doctor’s Orders, Adventures in the Beetroot Field and more..
“For excitement and thrills, no other night touches this one. FABRICLIVE just keeps on cutting it.
” – Evening Standard
Sunday nights (and Monday mornings, consequently) in London have been irrevocably changed since September 2007, thanks to the notorious, unstoppable Wetyourself crew
(named - among other obvious reasons – in relation to the original venue for their nights, Club Aquarium, equipped with a pool). Fuelled by their joint desire to bring serious dancefloor hedonism to Sunday nights, yet presenting quality music in an unpretentious way, it’s little wonder that WYS is one of the most loved hot spots on the London circuit. Starting in February 2009, WYS made the move from Club Aquarium to fabric. Since then, the DJs that have performed at their cult-followed night is staggering, a veritable who’s-who of dance music: Miss Kittin, DJ Hell, Sascha Funke, Ben Klock, Dave DK, Martin Buttrich, Marc Houle, Popof, Gaiser, Alex Under, Martinez, Oliver Koletzki, Italoboyz, Argy,to name but a few. The secret behind WYS’ vibrant success lies in its strong alliance: residents Cormac, Peter Pixzel and Jacob Husley are each as powerful on their own as they are synergistically.
More info: http://www.wetyourself.co.uk/