fabric first opened on 21st October 1999; though it started as an idea many years prior to that. The building alone took over three years to convert but the club now stands proudly in the renovated space of the Metropolitan Cold Stores in Farringdon, London.
Simply put, fabric was conceived by people that go to clubs, for people that go to clubs. The club has three separate rooms (two of which feature stages for live acts) which each have their own independent sound systems. Aside from the unisex toilets, a unique feature of the club is the vibrating floor in Room One. Known as a "bodysonic" dancefloor, sections of the floors are attached to 450 bass transducers which emit bass frequencies, allowing clubbers to feel the music through the low end frequencies transmitted into their skeletons via their feet.
The club occupies a total area of 25,000 square feet.
fabric's Saturday night programming showcases underground DJ talent, internationally-renowned electronic music legends and accomplished live acts. Stylistically it’s 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 who play almost every Saturday. Craig is also involved in programming the night, frequently inviting artists from all over the world to perform.
Regular Guests: Adam Beyer, Adam Shelton, Alan Fitzpatrick, Apollonia, Ben Klock, Ben Sims, Dave Clarke, Deetron, Dixon, DVS1, Eddie Richards, Ivan Smagghe, Jamie Jones, Joris Voorn, Joseph Capriati, Kink, Laura Jones, Levon Vincent, Luke Slater, Marcel Dettmann, Marcel Fengler, Mathew Jonson, Matt Tolfrey, Move D, Norman Nodge, Petre Inspirescu, Prosumer, Raresh, Regis, Rhadoo, Ricardo Villalobos, Robert Hood, Seth Troxler, Slam, Steffi, Steve Bug, Subb-an, Surgeon, Tama Sumo, Tobi Neumann, Virginia, Zip and many more.
"Fabric’s Saturday night is highly unpredictable and utterly compelling."
– The Guardian
Our Friday night programming, FABRICLIVE, exists to unite the ever morphing strains of club music. Why? Because music evolves in elliptical circles and, as an art form, it seems to exist completely in cycles. And throughout these new and changing musical manifestations FABRICLIVE has always existed to simply curate and align the best of these new sounds, acting as a respected stamp of approval that unites disparate sounds and scenes under the one roof and often on the same night.
Regular Guests: Alix Perez, Annix, Basement Jaxx, Ben UFO, Calyx & TeeBee, Chase & Status, Daniel Avery, David Rodigan, DBridge, Dillinja, DJ Hype, DubPhizix & Strategy, Elijah & Skilliam, Erol Alkan, EZ, Fabio, Friction, Goldie, Groove Armada, Hatcha, Hazard, High Contrast, Illum Sphere, Jackmaster, JME, Kasra, Kode9, Loadstar, Loefah, LTJ Bukem, Logan Sama, Marcus Intalex, Marky, Monki, Netsky, Newham Generals, Pangaea, Pearson Sound, Rockwell, S.P.Y, Scratch Perverts, Simian Mobile Disco, Skepta, Skream, SubFocus, Tom Shorterz & many more.
“For excitement and thrills, no other night touches this one. FABRICLIVE just keeps on cutting it.” – Evening Standard
Sunday nights (and consequently Monday mornings) in London have been irrevocably changed since September 2007, thanks to the notorious, unstoppable WetYourSelf crew of Cormac, Peter Pixzel and Jacob Husley. Named in relation to the original venue for their club nights, Club Aquarium, which is equipped with its own pool, the WYS! team are fuelled by their joint desire to bring serious dancefloor hedonism to Sunday nights. Presenting quality music in an unpretentious way, they began hosting Sunday nights here at fabric in February 2009 and since then, the DJs that have performed at their cult-followed night is a staggering, veritable who’s who of dance music that includes Miss Kittin, DJ Hell, Sascha Funke, Ben Klock, Dave DK, Martin Buttrich, Marc Houle, Popof, Gaiser, Alex Under, Martinez, Oliver Koletzki, Italoboyz and Argy to name but a few.
For more info on WetYourSelf, visit the WYS! website