FABRICLIVE heads on a classic jungle and reggae tip via deep, sub-heavy dubstep and bass. In Room One, we welcome back master junglist Congo Natty. Widely regarded as one of the pioneers of the sound, the UK artist has been one of jungle’s most recognisable figureheads since the mid-90s. For his next date with us, he’s flanked by Kenny Ken and Ragga Twins, who link up for a back-to-back covering their usual blend of classic jungle and D&B. Kahn & Neek and Commodo also bring the heads down 140 vibes, while coveted reggae specialist Don Letts makes his first Farringdon performance. Our own dubstep expert, Cimm, finally rounds off the bill.
We hand the reins to Room Two over to Jungle Cakes, the UK crew known for their love of D&B, ragga and jungle-inclined sounds. Their parties are always a celebration of the heritage of jungle with a future-facing mindset, and their showcase with us is set to head in a similar direction. A number of the team’s close affiliates land for the occasion, including Ed Solo, Deekline and Benny Page. Serial Killaz also return, Jungle Cakes mainstays Jessi G & Acee step in, while our own Fish & Sherry S round things off. Navigator, Rubi Dan and Sye all take on hosting.
Cimm also appears in Room Three, inviting a host of his favourite dubstep authorities to spin for the night’s entirety. Hosted by Jammz & Logan, the bill includes J.Sparrow, the bass champion whose work has appeared on labels like Tectonic and Deep Medi. There’s also a series of back-to-backs lined featuring some of Cimm’s likeminded peers: he links with Mr.K and Sepia, Jack Dat and Trends go head-to-head, and Leftlow and Subtle FM pair up. Glume & Phossa also stop by for what should be another memorable FABRICLIVE session.