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FABRICLIVE has been refreshed for Autumn 2018

With a vibrant history that spans nearly every genre of underground music, the essence of FABRICLIVE has always been that it is an evolving event series, taking in the shifting dynamics of the UK’s always moving musical world. Rooted in the heart of Drum and Bass, breaks and bass from the venue’s launch in 1999 with MoWax founder James Lavelle, Ali B as residents as well as Andy C’s RAM Records on rotation and DJ Hype’s Playaz 15 year residency, it has grown to be the home of UK underground music. FABRICLIVE has always been a groundbreaking platform for discovering new talent whilst exploring the most exciting elements across Drum & Bass, Jungle, Grime, Hip Hop, Bassline and Techno.

This September sees FABRICLIVE continue in this spirit and step forward with a new booking team, ticket policy and the reopening of Room Three sees us return to a party across all of our three club rooms.

Heading up the booking policy are Jack Robinson and Jules Le Meilleur who we’re delighted to announce have joined with the fabric team. They come with an extensive history and knowledge of music putting on respected events on an international level.

“We regularly attended FABRICLIVE from back in 2001 - this was a Friday night institution and the best place to hear drum and bass and jungle. It was a hub that allowed us to meet like minded people and one of the first places we could hear all of our favourite DJs and labels week in, week out. We soon after started flyering on behalf of fabric and carrying out wider marketing campaigns for the venue through our promotions company Pack London. FABRICLIVE has been a big influence on our musical journey and decision to work in club events right through to putting on the Outlook Festival in Croatia. Now we’re booking the line-ups we feel that our relationship with FABRICLIVE has come full circle.”

The final quarter of 2018 and new phase for FABRICLIVE will see dance music’s best-loved, pioneering forces mix side by side with new talent who will drive Room Three’s policy. These important party crews and labels will be the drivers of the new FABRICLIVE chapter.

We have Goldie’s seminal Drum and Bass & Jungle imprint Metalheadz, long standing label and respected publication Drum&BassArena, Neurofunk purveyors Eatbrain Records, Jungle aficionados AWOL - A Way of Life, UK Hip Hop pioneers High Focus Records, young and upcoming 140 Bass and Grime imprint Tumble Audio, immersive party starters Good Life with their signature venue installations and more.

We’re also excited to put forward a new ticketing policy for the nights starting at just £5. These will be available on first announcement of the room hosts, allowing avid fans a chance to grab cheap tickets to see their favourite brands. These are only available in advance of line-up releases - once these have been announced the tickets will move up to higher priced tiers.

Full line-ups will be announced over the coming weeks.

Limited £5 tickets are on sale now here.



Listings:


14th September


Room One: High Focus Records
Room Two: Technique Recordings
Room Three: Tumble Audio


28th September


Room One: Nero Presents
Room Two: Eatbrain
Room Three: 3000 Bass


19th October - fabric 19th Birthday Weekend


Room One: DRUM&BASSARENA
Room Two: Pretty Weird
Room Three: Addictive Behaviour


26th October - Halloween Weekend


Room One: AWOL
Room Two: One Away
Room Three: Then & Now


9th November


Room One: Goodlife
Room Two: Lord of the Tings
Room Three: SheSaidSo


23rd November


Line-up TBA


14th December


Room One: Metalheadz
Room Two: Dispatch Recordings
Room Three: Flexout Audio


More information & tickets:
www.fabriclondon.com

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