With the release of Roman Flügel's very first productions in the early 90s he became part of the legendary German label family of ‘Playhouse’, ’Klang Elektronik’ and ‘Ongaku’ - where he would release almost all his early music. Alongside Ata, Heiko M.S.O. and Jörn Wuttke, Roman would go on to form the spine of the Frankfurt techno scene for a decade or more spawning notable sounds, trends, and more than a few classic hits.
Flügel has played and released under numerous production aliases, the most important ones for him being Eight Miles High, Soylent Green, Tracks On Delivery and Roman IV. His latest partnership has been with key independent German label, DIAL, releasing three albums and a handful of 12”s.
"The club has been incredibly supportive for so many years now! I will never forget our first live performance as Alter Ego during the peak of the success of our single ‘Rocker’ in room one. It was pure mayhem... Also the incredible feeling I had DJing room two for the first time. So intense!" Roman Flügel
fabric 95 champions the sound that Roman Flügel has explored in various forms since the early years - abstract, idiosyncratic and tense at times, but ultimately warm and inviting. Seamless mixing provides a platform for all manner of emotive melodies, vocals and oddities to flourish. The striking moments are Pional’s 2017 remix of ‘Pale Blue – Comes Home’, Randomer’s ‘Juju’ on L.I.E.S and the spectacular ‘Touch Absence (Intimidating Stillness Mix)’ from Lanark Artefax’s recent Whities EP.