Saturday 25th March


Saturday25th March

11:00pm — 8:00am

Saturday 25th March
£21 advance tickets (priority entry before 1am)
£23 door
£27 advance ticket + cd
£16 students on the door
£15 fabricfirst on the door
£10 off from 4am
fabric is an over 19s venue. Please make sure you have valid ID with you. Strictly no ID, no entry.
fabric operates a zero tolerance policy to drugs. Anyone found with illegal drugs will be banned from the venue and reported to the police. Our entry policy is here.

Room One awaits the return of George FitzGerald. An artist who came up through London’s bass music community of the mid 2000’s, FitzGerald made moves into four four in more recent stages of his career. These days you can find him comfortably drawing from a pool of warmed melodics just as much as from the bass informed house cuts he made his name on. Alongside him we await the acidic 303 fusions of one of electronic music’s most raw edged and vital live acts: Paranoid London. They’ll be bringing their full hardware set-up to Farringdon to showcase their take on acid house with a special live performance. Also joining the bill is the Phantasy Sound producer Ghost Culture presenting his refined take on techno. Room One is rounded off with the return of our esteemed selector and master in versatility, Craig Richards.

Over in Room Two, we prepare for a full showcase from one of the UK’s most established and longest-running house labels - 20/20 Vision. Label head Ralph Lawson brings his leading edge sound that has defined the seminal imprint throughout its history alongside some of his closest cohorts. Joining him is one of electronic music’s most engaging live acts Premiesku as the Romanian duo touch down for a special headline set. Recognised for their blend of grooves and twisting hooks, the Romanian trio bring their enigmatic sound that’s come to define today’s thriving minimal movement. Also locked in is the bewildering Acid Mondays who are sent to bring their hallucinogenic house and techno, with Bobby Pleasure completing 20/20 Vision’s takeover.

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