Tale of Us release Fabric 97 mix

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Tale of Us Fabric 97 Mix

Italian techno stalwarts Tale of Us — Armine Conte and Matteo Milleri — officially released their long anticipated mix for London’s seminal Fabric Nightclub. With duo’s roots in Fabric dating back to the most nascent stage of their career, they were an obvious act to chart for the mix series.

“Our techno sound has a certain amount of melody and melancholy” explain the group. “The music we produce and play will always have this. We just like a bit of drama.”

The aforementioned drama has garnered Tale of Us the praise of techno critics and fanatics alike and, at a point of culmination in their storied career as artists, the mix at hand serves as a finale of sorts. The moody, theatric compilation features the expansive soundscapes of Patrice Bäumel, DJ Koze, Fur CoatAdriatique, and Tale of Us themselves, only to name a few.

Tale of Us will be celebrating the launch at a daytime party on Sunday 25th February, with an extended, all-day-long set.

The official mix is available to buy here.

1.          Tom Flynn – Cup Of Joe [Mix Exclusive]
2.          Recondite – Saudade [Afterlife]
3.          Trikk – Metala [Mix Exclusive]
4.          Agents Of Time – Ness [Mix Exclusive]
5.          Mind Against & Aether – Covenant [Mix Exclusive]
6.          Pisetzky – Bakwas [Mix Exclusive]
7.          Efdemin – There Will Be Singing (DJ Koze Remix) [Dial]
8.          Reference – Ghetto Nebula [200 Records]
9.          Marino Canal – Faint Light [Mix Exclusive]
10.       Fideles – Resonant [Mix Exclusive]
11.       Patrice Bäumel – The Hatchet [Afterlife]
12.       Mathame – Lifetime [Mix Exclusive]
13.       Denis Horvat – 4th Wall [Mix Exclusive]
14.       Brian Cid – Plot Thickens [Mix Exclusive]
15.       Fur Coat – Squared Minds [Mix Exclusive]
16.       Adana Twins – Sequence 01 [Afterlife]
17.       Soulholic & 7Options – Memorial Day [MoBlack]
18.       Kevin De Vries – Path To Immortality [Mix Exclusive]
19.       Tale Of Us – Error Error [Mix Exclusive]
20.       Adriatique – Ray [Afterlife]

New London club will open its doors with monstrous 27-hour New Years line-up featuring Âme, Ben Klock, Rødhåd & more

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London is adding a new chapter to its dance music history books with the opening of a new late-night venue over New Years Eve weekend.

E1 London is a former factory that’s been transformed into a vast, world-class music space, simply waiting to host the who’s who in established and emerging talent from the global dance realm.

The new club will be opening on NYE weekend and is boasting a stellar 27-hour lineup in honor of the occasion. E1’s presenting an enticing array of melodic and electronic heavyweights such as Âme, Mano Le Tough, Kiasmos, and Denis Horvat. In the early hours of New Years’ Day, E1 will be moving into a more intense sonic style with the Klockworks boss Ben Klock holding it down, plus a number of fervent sets from Rødhåd, Planetary Assault Systems, and more.

E1 London also promises a state of the art audio experience as it has collaborated with Sound Services Ltd on a new bespoke, integrated Funktion-One sound system for the venue.




Tickets are available here.

H/T: Mixmag


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Winners of the ninth annual Drum&BassArena Awards revealed

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For the ninth year, Drum&BassArena hosted its annual awards ceremony in London to celebrate the best in drum & bass.

On Dec. 5, producers and fans gathered at Brixton Electric to honor artists across 13 categories, including awards for best producer, best song, best album, and more. Andy C once again claimed the best DJ award, and Camo & Krooked stunned with three awards for best producer, best, track and best album. View all the winners and runners-up below, and watch the awards ceremony in its entirety here.


Best DJ

Andy C (Winner)

Camo & Krooked



Best Producer

Camo & Krooked (Winner)




Best MC

DRS (Winner)

Dynamite MC

Harry Shotta


Best Vocalist

Tasha Baxter (Winner)


Charlotte Haining


Best Newcomer

1991 (Winner)

Dub Elements

Pola & Bryson


Best Club Night

Hospitality (Winner)




Best Festival

Let It Roll (Winner)

Hospitality In The Park



Best Album

Mosaik – Camo & Krooked (Winner)

Elements – Hybrid Minds

The Wrong Room – Black Sun Empire


Best Label

Hospital Records (Winner)

RAM Records

Critical Music


Newcomer Label

1985 Music (Winner)

Get Hype Records

Mosaik Musik


Best Track

Ember – Camo & Krooked (Winner)

Dominator – June Miller, James Marvel & MC Mota

The Invaderz – Turno


Best Remix

We Got It (S.P.Y Remix) – Metrik Feat. Rothwell (Winner)

Bristol (Break Remix) – Technimatic

Tap Ho (A.M.C Remix) – TC


Best Video

Tentacles – Noisia (Winner)

I Will – DRS Feat. Patife & Vangeliez

Dominator – June Miller, James Marvel & MC Mota


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Muzzy has released his 2017 Liquicity set

Muzzy has released his 2017 Liquicity set

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Just weeks after a huge performance at Liquicity London, British drum & bass producer Muzzy has unleashed his memorable set to the world. The 58-minute set is packed with Muzzy IDs, VIP mixes, and drum & bass heaters from the likes of The Prototypes and Netsky.

Along with playing the iconic festival, Muzzy also released a collaboration with Koven and Feint on Monstercat this month. This year saw him release a fiery EP, Spectrum, and build momentum for 2018 with festival performances and tour dates across the world.

2017 Liquicity Set Track List

Muzzy – ID
Eptic – Watch Yo Back
A.M.C & Turno – Black Jungle
G Dub – Back In Business
Topi – Got To Be
North Base – Third Eye (feat. Harry Shotta)
TC – Get Down Low
A.M.C & Turno – Ice Cold
Muzzy & Protostar – ID
Muzzy – ID
Drumsound & Bassline Smith – Cobra VIP
Muzzy – Crescendo
Hedex – OMG
Muzzy – Crescendo (Headphone Heaven Bootleg)
Drumsound & Bassline Smith – Thug
Muzzy – Lost Forever VIP
Muzzy – Spectrum VIP
A.M.C & The Clamps – Prince Of Darkness
Black Sun Empire & State Of Mind – Until The World Ends (Mind Vortex Remix)
Muzzy – Back To You VIP
The Prototypes & Prolix – Enter The Void
Muzzy – Insignia VIP
Insideinfo – Renegade (feat. Jakes)
Upgrade – Blow
Flite – Ghost In The Shell
Delta Heavy – Kill Room
Andy C – What Bass
Macky Gee & DJ Phantasy – Let It Shine
A.M.C & Turno – Fever
Muzzy – Children Of Hell VIP
High Maintenance – Destiny
The Prototypes – Levelz
TC – Tap Ho (A.M.C Remix)
Tantrum Desire – Grimm
Culture Shock – Pandemic
Mind Vortex – Future Fold VIP
A.M.C – Thor VIP
Muzzy – Break Away
Netsky – Higher (The Prototypes Remix)
Metrik – Fatso VIP
Dimension – Beg & Borrow
TC & Metrik – The Light (A.M.C Remix)
Muzzy – Play (feat. UK:ID)
Erb N Dub & North Base – Punk Rock
Muzzy – Get Crazy
Demo & Cease – Ladies Night (Drumsound & Bassline Smith VIP)
K Motionz – Survive
Turno – Invaderz
K Motionz – Round Ere
Noisia – Tentacles (Teddy Killerz Remix)
A.M.C – Pulse Beam
Snails & Pegboard Nerds – Deep In The Night (Muzzy Remix)
LAXX – Step Three (Hamilton Remix)
DJ S.K.T ft. Rae – Take Me Away (Andy C Remix)
Delilah – Go (S.P.Y Remix)
Muzzy – Outsiders (feat. Charlotte Haining)
Rene Lavice – Back
Koven – Eternal & You (Muzzy Remix)

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Man found guilty of nightclub acid attack in east London

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A man has been found guilty of throwing acid in the east London nightclub Mangle E8 that injured more than a dozen people earlier this spring.

Arthur Collins, 25, was convicted of carrying out the attack which took place at a Lovejuice Warehouse Party in the early hours of April 17. Collins’ friend, Andre Phoenix, 21, who had also been accused of taking part in the assault, was found not guilty on all charges.

Collins admitted throwing the bottle of the highly acidic fluid over clubbers, although he claims he had not known it was acid. Collins said he had thought the liquid was a “date rape drug” which he claimed in court he had taken from two men after “overhearing them planning to spike a woman’s drink.”

According to the Metropolitan Police, 22 people were injured in total. 16 of those individuals suffered serious burns, three sustained serious eye injuries, one of whom mentioned in court that their eye remains blurry. Another victim suffered horrendous third-degree burns to the left side of his face, ear, neck, and shoulder area.

The attack took place following an altercation between Collins — who claimed in court he was there to celebrate the pregnancy of his then-girlfriend, The Only Way is Essex star Ferne McCann — and a group of men shortly before 1a.m. CCTV footage shows him arriving near 9 a.m. and spraying the bottle several times shortly after the confrontation at 1 a.m. Collins was arrested shortly after the incident in Northamptonshire on April 22.

Collins was found guilty of five counts of grievous bodily harm with intent to harm and nine counts of actual bodily harm. He will be sentenced on December 19.

H/T: Resident Advisor, The Guardian

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Pendulum will play a three-hour set at Fabric on Oct. 27

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This Halloween, London’s iconic Fabric nightclub will be graced with the return of drum & bass legends Pendulum.

Paul Harding (“El Hornet”) disclosed a special note on the group’s Twitter page, revealing that they will be doing a special three-hour DJ set at the nightclub, alongside friends like Friction, Ed Rush & Optical, 1991 and Skankandbass.

Advanced tickets for the sure-to-be-legendary event are sold out, but information on the event page promises there will be more available at the door. More information can be found here.

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Fabric donates $80,000+ of ‘leftover fundraising cash’ to charity

Fabric donates $80,000+ of ‘leftover fundraising cash’ to charity

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Fabric is celebrating its 18-year anniversary this weekend, but this time around the London-based nightclub is giving rather than receiving.

After the venue’s closure in September, Fabric fans made a collective effort to reboot the club, raising money to support Fabric’s then potential re-opening. Fabric owners would eventually strike a deal with Islington Council and police officials to reinstate the club, allowing Fabric to open its doors once more several months thereafter.

The efforts of those that rallied for Fabric’s re-opening generated more than £330,000 ($388,919 USD). Left with £68,000 ($80,000+) of leftover fundraising cash, Fabric has donated the remaining funds to a variety of charities including The Loop, NTIA, Music Venue Trust, Centrepoint Midi Music Company, Make-a-Wish UK, Nordoff Robbins, and YUAF. The nightclub has erected a donor board in Room 2 of the club that displays the names of each person that contributed to the original fundraiser to benefit Fabric, an authentic addition to the nightclub’s sleek design.


H/T: DJ Mag


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Sasha unveils dates for two additional ‘Refracted: Live’ UK shows, releases new single, ‘True’

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After witnessing sell out success at London’s Barbican Hall in May, Sasha has announced two UK shows for 2018. The producer is bringing his ‘Refracted: Live’ series to The Roundhouse London on Saturday, February 17 and at Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall on Sunday, February 18. Bridgewater Hall is the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra’s primary venue, rendering Sasha’s upcoming performance all the more noteworthy.

“The moment we walked off stage at the Barbican we were saying — we have to do this again. We didn’t really have a plan in place. We had no idea the response to those shows was going to be so amazing. So this is [the newly announced dates] Round 2, and we’re getting to perform at two more iconic UK venues. We are looking to change the show slightly to incorporate some new music and make these shows as special and unique as the Barbican ones in May. We can’t wait!” – Sasha

Sasha has announced his intention to include new music and surprise guests as integral “Round 2” additions.

The Welsh producer appeared on stage alongside members of his production team, Charlie May (“Spooky”), Dennis White (“Thermal Bear”), and Dave Gardner during the Barbican shows. An 8-piece string section, live vocalists, and a percussionist rounded out the group, as Sasha played the piano and an assortment of other instruments, electronic and otherwise. The legendary performances have since been released on Blu-ray.

The additional shows would be good news on their own, but Sasha sweetened the deal pairing the announcement with a new single. Sasha’s latest is dubbed “True” and is currently available to stream ahead of its Friday, October 13 release. Featuring the London-based trio Dems, “True” is a minimalistic record whose richness lies in its otherworldly vocals and instrumental layering.

Tickets to the ‘Refracted: Live’ February shows will be available for purchase on Friday, October 13 at 10 AM.

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Martin Garrix, Calvin Harris, The Chainsmokers, more among MTV’s 2017 EMA nominees

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MTV’s European Music Awards is ringing its 23rd annual award ceremony on Nov. 12 and is set to be held at The SSE Arena in Wembley, London, UK. The award ceremony typically celebrates the career success of global pop-stars with European crossover appeal.

Among the electronic music category nominees are the mainstays of commercial EDM: Calvin HarrisDavid GuettaMajor LazerMartin Garrix and The Chainsmokers.

Leading the 2017 nominations is Taylor Swift in six total categories, including best artist and best video, followed by Ed Sheeran and Kendrick Lamar with four nods each.


Best Song

Clean Bandit, “Rockabye” f. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie
DJ Khaled, “Wild Thoughts” f. Rihanna, Bryson Tiller
Ed Sheeran, “Shape of You”
Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee – “Despacito” (Remix) f. Justin Bieber
Shawn Mendes, “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back”

Best Artist

Ariana Grande
Ed Sheeran
Kendrick Lamar
Miley Cyrus
Shawn Mendes
Taylor Swift

Best Look

Dua Lipa
Harry Styles
Rita Ora
Taylor Swift

Best New

Dua Lipa
Julia Michaels
Rag’n’Bone Man

Best Pop

Camila Cabello
Demi Lovato
Miley Cyrus
Shawn Mendes
Taylor Swift

Best Video

Foo Fighters, “Run”
Katy Perry, “Bon Appetit” ft. Migos
Kendrick Lamar, “Humble”
Kyle, “iSpy” f. Lil Yachty
Taylor Swift, “Look What You Made Me Do’”

Best Live

Bruno Mars
Ed Sheeran

Best Electronic

Calvin Harris
David Guetta
Major Lazer
Martin Garrix
The Chainsmokers

Best Rock

Foo Fighters
Royal Blood
The Killers

Best Hip Hop

Kendrick Lamar
Post Malone

Best Alternative

Imagine Dragons
Lana Del Rey
The xx
Thirty Seconds to Mars

Biggest Fans

Ariana Grande
Justin Bieber
Katy Perry
Shawn Mendes
Taylor Swift

Best Push

Hailee Steinfeld
Jon Bellion
Julia Michaels
Kacy Hill
Noah Cyrus
Petite Meller
Rag’n’Bone Man
The Head and The Heart

Photo courtesy of Vittorio Zunino Celotto, Getty Images for MTV

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Fabric to throw 30-hour party for its 18th birthday

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Fabric will soon be of legal age.

Come October, the London based nightclub will celebrate its eighteenth birthday in “adult” fashion with a thirty-hour party. The extended event will commence on Saturday, October 21 at 11 PM and will continue into the wee morning hours on Monday, October 23rd.

As is usually the case of birthdays, Fabric will be commemorating its eighteenth anniversary with some friends. Ten acts have been confirmed for Fabric’s birthday event thus far, including Ricardo Villalobos, Jay Clarke, and Raresh. More performers will be added to the marathon’s lineup as the event approaches.

Fabric was unfortunately unable to host a birthday event for its seventeenth year last year due to being shut down a week prior by authorities and having its license be revoked for drug and crime related reasons. Therefore, the institution is sure to make up for the time it lost last year in this year’s festivities.

Via: Resident Advisor


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