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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.
Electronic music is music that employs electronic musical instruments, digital instruments and circuitry-based music technology. In general, a distinction can be made between sound produced using electromechanical means, and that produced using electronics only. Electromechanical instruments include mechanical elements, such as strings, hammers, and so on, and electric elements, such as magnetic pickups, power amplifiers and loudspeakers. Examples of electromechanical sound producing devices include the telharmonium, Hammond organ, and the electric guitar, which are typically made loud enough for performers and audiences to hear with an instrument amplifier and speaker cabinet. Pure electronic instruments do not have vibrating strings, hammers, or other sound-producing mechanisms. Devices such as the theremin, synthesizer, and computer can produce electronic sounds.
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.
Fabric is a nightclub in Farringdon, London, England. Founded in 1999, it was closed down by authorities in 2016. Fabric began a campaign to save the club on 16 September 2016. Fabric was later allowed to be reopened under strict laws.
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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.16 is a DJ mix compilation album by Adam Freeland, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
Simian Mobile Disco are an English electronic music duo and production team, formed in 2003 by James Ford and Jas Shaw of the band Simian. Musically, they are known for their analogue production. Ford is also known for his production work.
Fabric 29 is a DJ mix compilation album by Tiefschwarz, as part of the Fabric Mix Series.
"Banquet" is a song from British band Bloc Party's debut album Silent Alarm. Originally released on a double A-side single along with "Staying Fat" in May 2004 by Moshi Moshi Records, it was re-released as a regular single in the United Kingdom by Wichita Recordings on 25 April 2005. It was their first single to chart on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks where it came in at number 34, and is often credited as their breakthrough single in North America. It was also featured in the song "Bloc Party" on the Fort Minor Mixtape: We Major. It was #31 in NME's top 100 tracks of the decade, and was number 54 in Triple J's Hottest 100 of all time. It peaked at #13 on the UK singles chart. In 2011, NME placed it at number 20 on its list "150 Best Tracks of the Past 15 Years".
FabricLive.32 is a DJ mix compilation album by Tayo, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
Attack Decay Sustain Release is the debut album from Simian Mobile Disco. It was released on June 18, 2007 on Wichita Recordings and reached #59 in the UK album charts.
"Innocence" is a song written and recorded by Icelandic singer Björk. The song was released as the second single from her seventh full-length studio album, Volta. It is co-produced by record producer Timbaland and his protégé Danja. The song was premiered on Björk's MySpace profile on March 19, 2007 as part of the fan contest to submit ideas for the music video. The single was released exclusively as a digital download on July 23, 2007.
Modular Presents: Leave Them All Behind 2 is the 2007 double-disc follow-up to Modular Recordings' well-received 2005 dance-rock compilation Modular Presents: Leave Them All Behind. Similar to that compilation, Disc 1 is mixed while Disc 2 is unmixed.
"Cherry Blossom Girl" is a song by French electronic music duo Air. It was released in February 2004 by Virgin Records as the first single for their third studio album, Talkie Walkie (2004).
FabricLive.41 is a 2008 mix album by Simian Mobile Disco. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
Kitsuné Maison Compilation 3 is the third compilation released by the French label Kitsuné Music. It was released on 11 December 2006. Pitchfork Media gave the album a mixed 6.0/10 review, describing the tracks by Simian Mobile Disco, Freeform Five and The Whitest Boy Alive as highlights.
Gary McCann, known professionally as Caspa, is a dubstep music producer from West London.
"Cruel Intentions" is the second physical single from Simian Mobile Disco's second album Temporary Pleasure. It was co-written by Beth Ditto, who also sings on the track.
"Blind" is the first single from the eponymous debut album by Hercules and Love Affair.
"Hustler" is a single from Simian Mobile Disco's debut album Attack Decay Sustain Release. It features Char Johnson on lead vocals. It was featured in DJ Hero 2 as part of the "Electro Hits" DLC pack, mixed with "Pump Up The Jam" by Technotronic.
This Is Radio Soulwax is a DJ mix album which was compiled and mixed by Belgian electronic band Soulwax, released in February 2006 as a covermount CD in that month's issue of Mixmag magazine in the United Kingdom. It also features a song by Jackson & His Computer Band, who became known later in the year for their song "Utopia" being featured in an advertisement for O2.
Welcome To Sideways is the fifth studio album by British electronic duo Simian Mobile Disco, released on 11 November 2016.
"Where's The Revolution" is a song by English electronic band Depeche Mode from their fourteenth studio album Spirit. It was released as the album's first single on 3 February 2017, on the 20th anniversary of "Barrel of a Gun". The cover art was designed by Anton Corbijn. The single was premiered on the Polish radio Trójka - Polskie Radio Program III at midnight on 3 February.