A clutch of our closest family members land for an extended Saturday through Sunday 20th birthday session. In Room One, Call Super and Objekt link up for a six-hour set running through Saturday afternoon. The UK duo are one of electronic music’s most celebrated DJ partnerships out there today, known for their dynamic sets traversing techno, house, electro and much more in between. We also have a tight relationship with the pair: Call Super has long been a mainstay of our sister label Houndstooth, while both artists cut their teeth behind the decks playing early gigs with us at FABRICLIVE nights like Hessle Audio. This November, they return to Farringdon together for the first time to showcase their unparalleled synergy in the booth. Joining them are another of our favourite duos, Craig Richards and Nicolas Lutz. The two DJs are beloved within our four walls, and having forged a close bond in our space over the last few years, their regular head-to-heads are now among the most anticipated dates in our calendar. Two of the deepest selectors we’ve ever heard, their joint sets present an encompassing vision of electronic music woven together with an unparalleled flow and energy. Expect supreme techno, electro and IDM unearthed from the depths of their expansive record collections. Margaret Dygas also returns. The Perlon staple is another friend of ours: before she’d relocated to Berlin to join Zip’s label camp and start her residency at Panorama Bar, she was honing her craft playing regular sets in our Room One booth. She’s now been playing with us for 15 years, always displaying her deep, dubby sound with the flair of an expert. Rounding things off is one of our fresh faces who’s been killing it this year with us, on the wider festival circuit and via his much-loved Needs label, Bobby.
Room Two goes in at the harder end. Making her debut with us is VTSS. The Polish selector has had a rapid ascent this year, gripping dancefloors across Europe with her abrasive, no-holds-barred style of techno and EBM. It’s a relentless approach she’s shown through releases on labels like Repitch and Haven, and one that’s quickly taken her to the genre’s forefront. IMOGEN also steps in. Through her recent appearances at some of the world’s best techno parties, the London DJ has garnered attention from all corners of the scene, firmly sealing her place in electronic music’s future. She’s released records with the help of Mumdance and Sunil Sharpe, while her DJ appearances show her love of uncompromising techno, electro and other dark dancefloor sounds. Having joined our ranks officially earlier on this year, it’s a sound we’ll be hearing from her a lot more in the future. We also welcome Faux Naïf. There aren’t many selectors who have a better knowledge of EBM and new wave, and we’ve long been fans of the London talent’s singular take on these styles. She completes the bill on a very special 15-hour session marking our 20th birthday.
fabric. London EC1 since 1999: never not making noise.