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FabricLive.16 is a DJ mix compilation album by Adam Freeland, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
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Homelands was a British music festival which consisted mainly of dance music, both live acts and famous DJs. The event was held at Cheesefoot Head near Winchester, Hampshire, and was one of the most popular British festivals of this genre. It was run by the Mean Fiddler. The organisers of Homelands were also behind the Home Nightclubs chain including Home Nightclub in London and Sydney.
Back to Mine is a series of mix albums, usually mixed by renowned DJs or composers of electronic music. The compilations usually feature artists other than the artist compiling the album, and are based on what the artist would play in their home after a night out, rather than as part of a nightclub session.
Adam Freeland is an English record producer and DJ. He is also the owner and creative director of the record label Marine Parade, which has released material by artists including Evil Nine, ILS, Alex Metric and Jape. Born in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England, he first began DJing in 1991, originally mixing deep house and later drum and bass. After becoming an in-demand DJ around Britain, he released his first mix album Coastal Breaks (1996) and formed the electronic music duo Tsunami One with Kevin Beber. From 1999 to 2001, Freeland hosted a show on Friday night on London's Kiss 100 FM. In 2000, he released his debut studio album, Now & Them.
Evil Nine are an English electronic music duo comprising members Tom Beaufoy and Patrick Pardy. Their musical style is primarily classified as breakbeat, although it additionally encompasses other influences.
From November 2001 to November 2018, the London nightclub fabric ran a monthly mix compilation series. Mixed by a variety of emerging and established DJs, the two series were entitled fabric and FABRICLIVE respectively. The compilation mixes were released independently by fabric on an alternating monthly basis.
FabricLive.21 is a DJ mix compilation album by Meat Katie, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
FabricLive.26 is a DJ mix album, mixed by The Herbaliser, recorded as part of the FabricLive albums and released on the Fabric label in February 2006.
FabricLive.28 is a mix album by electronic artist Evil Nine. It was released in 2006 on the Fabric label, as part of the FabricLive albums series.
FabricLive.32 is a DJ mix compilation album by Tayo, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
Global Underground 032: Adam Freeland, Mexico City is a DJ mix album in the Global Underground series, compiled and mixed by DJ and producer Adam Freeland, a pioneer of the English breakbeat scene. This is the first Global Underground mix for Adam Freeland. The two disc mix album features a wide variety of genres ranging from electropop to breaks to the glitchy techno of James Holden.
FabricLive.34 is a DJ mix compilation album by Krafty Kuts, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
Illian Walker, better known as Ils or iLS, is an English musician and producer, who has released records on labels including Marine Parade and Distinct'ive Records.
Nu skool breaks is a subgenre of breakbeat originating during the period between 1998 and 2002. The style is usually characterized by more abstract, more technical sounds, sometimes incorporated from other genres of electronic dance music, including UK garage, electro, and drum and bass. Typically, tracks ranged between 125 and 140 beats per minute (bpm), often featuring a dominant bass line. In contrast with big beat, another subgenre of breakbeat, the sound set consisted less of hip hop samples and acid-type sounds, instead emphasizing dance-friendliness and "new" sounds produced by modern production techniques using synthesizers, effect processors, and computers.
"We Want Your Soul" is a song by British DJ and producer Adam Freeland; the song made the top 40 charts in several countries, and resulted in an award-winning music video. It is the first song to which Freeland wrote the lyrics; he describes it as being "about the destructive side of consumer culture".
FabricLive.39 is a 2008 mix album by DJ Yoda. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
FabricLive.38 is a DJ mix compilation album by DJ Craze, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
FabricLive.43 is a 2008 album by Switch & Sinden. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
FabricLive.49 is a 2009 album by Buraka Som Sistema. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
Marine Parade is an independent record label set up and owned by the breakbeat DJ and producer Adam Freeland in 1998. The name of the label originates from the street on which Freeland used to live in his hometown of Brighton, England, United Kingdom.
"How Can I Love You More" is the debut single from British band M People taken from their debut album Northern Soul. It was written by Mike Pickering and Paul Heard, and produced by M People. The single was first released in 1991 peaking at number 29 and then re-released on 25 January 1993 with several new remixes. The song was a bigger hit and peaked at number eight on the UK Singles Chart.