Saturday 3rd August

fabric

Saturday3rd August

11:00pm — 7:00am
Eastern Electrics Afters


  • Room 2
  • A-Z :
  • Phil Hartnoll ORBITAL
  • Roman Flügel
  • Wax On Mare Street
Saturday 3rd August
  • Ticket Options
  • £15-£19 advance ticket entry before 12am
  • £10 early bird
  • £17.50-£25 advance tickets
  • £25 door
  • £10 students on the door
  • £10 fabricfirst on the door
  • £10 off after 4am
  • please note an active nus or fabricfirst card is required for student and member discounts
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.

Eastern Electrics descends on iconic London venue fabric for their 2019 after party. Following on from the all-day festival, the London outfit heads to Farringdon for a stacked late-night session featuring artists from the daytime across Room One and Two. Room One welcomes Elvin Zedo, the house and techno alias of a certified UKG veteran, DJ EZ. The London selector is set to showcase the broad expanse of his record collection, firmly reconnecting with his house and techno roots. Joining him in Room One is wAFF. Having released for labels like Hot Creations, Desolat and Cocoon, the UK artist has mastered a gripping style of house geared towards the dancefloor. VIVa MUSiC boss Steve Lawler also brings the modern tech house sound that’s made him a household name in Ibiza and beyond to round off Room One.

In Room Two, we’re joined by one half of seminal electronic act Orbital, as Phil Hartnoll lands. The pioneering duo famously took name from the scene of the birth of the UK’s rave scene, and have remained at the forefront of electronic music for the last three decades. This August, Phil Hartnoll digs through his record box to soundtrack the night in Room Two. Also stepping in is one of electronic music’s true chameleons, Roman Flügel. The German producer has been a stalwart of Frankfurt’s house and techno scene since the late 90s, releasing an acclaimed body of work across labels like Playhouse, Klang Elektronik, and Dial. Over the course of his career his sound has taken in house, minimal, techno, electro, leftfield and a lot more in between, and behind the decks he plays with a similarly embracing flair. Wax On Mare Street finally round things off. Having debuted at Eastern Electrics in 2017, the London-based trio have quickly become one of the festival’s staples, so their appearance at our after-hours session should complete the proceedings in proper fashion.

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