Grab a bundle of five CDs from our back catalogue for £10

FINAL DAY of the offer is today Thursday 13th December, ending at 5pm GMT. We'll be looking to do a similar deal in the new year. Peace.

Our beloved fabric and FABRICLIVE series recently reached its century. With all the nostalgia we've had looking back on its history, we recently picked out ten cherished but often overlooked titles from the series to and reminded ourselves of their allure. If you fancy listening to any of them or any others from our 200 strong back catalogue, now’s the time to hop onto our Xmas bundle offer, where you can pick up 5 titles for just £10 (or £9 for all you fabricfirst members). Stocking fillers sorted.

FABRICLIVE 12: Bugz In The Attic
November 2003

Fresh thinking on drum & bass, house, soul, techno, dancehall and breaks brought to you by a collective of nine west London musos.

March 2004

DJ Spinbad is one of New York’s legendary scratchers. His mix is classic hip hop blasting with energy, packed-full of hooks, bursting with bass, smooth, fast and fun.

FABRICLIVE 31: The Glimmers
January 2007

The Glimmers rose to fame with their unique genre-blurring nights in a Ghent factory, where Eskimo underwear was once produced. Reggae, electro and breaks span the length of FABRICLIVE 31.

FABRICLIVE 33: Spank Rock
May 2007

A unique combination of hip hop and the bass-driven sound of Baltimore house, filtering filthy raps into deep electro and furiously quick BPM's. The intro and outro feature secretly-recorded dialogues from Spank Rock’s performance on the Jimmy Kimmel show.

FABRICLIVE 54: David Rodigan
November 2010

A pioneering broadcaster, nightclub disc jockey, and victorious veteran of countless sound system clashes, David Rodigan is one of the best-known reggae DJs in the world. Listeners will get a sense of reggae's intense evolution in this mix serving up hot reggae nuggets for a contemporary audience.

fabric 30: Rub-N-Tug
October 2006

A friend's acquisition of a Chinese "Rub N Tug" massage-palace-cum-loft-space sparked a series of raucous parties and the name of this duo. fabric 30’s shuffling disco and roaring house beats guarantees a happy ending for which you don’t get charged any extra.

fabric 34: Ellen Allien
June 2007

Ellen Allien’s early disillusionment with hip hop gave way to a fascination with techno and fashion. "Electech" is the word she used herself as she managed to find pop sensibilities in the most unpopular ideas.

fabric 38: M.A.N.D.Y.
February 2008

Over 25 tracks, Patrick Bodem and Philipp Jung tenderly tell a story that swells between moments of poetic ache and voracious hunger spanning deep, ethereal techno, glitchy staccato and bass-heavy machine funk from the crème of the Get Physical crew.

fabric 47: Jay Haze
August 2009

fabric 47 is a charismatic portrait of Jay Haze’s musical clan showcasing his family of labels. It’s teased throughout with samples from his Fuckpony track Lady Judy - a song dedicated to our own fabric promoter, Judy Griffith – and a nod to the Daniel Bell classic, Baby Judy.

fabric 84: Mathew Jonson
October 2015

fabric 84 was recorded during Mathew’s live show at fabric’s 15th Birthday. The stand out set of the night, it was clear to the fabric team that they wanted to release this as part of the mix series featuring dancefloor MJ classics like Decompression and Learning to Fly.

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