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FabricLive.45 is a 2009 album by A-Trak. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
In a review for AllMusic, Dave Shim proclaims that "A-Trak has released a mix tailor made for dance floor enthusiasts rather than fader-flicking musos." FabricLive.45 brings together older club styles with newer club beats "seamlessly mashed up in jaw-dropping new configurations".
Armand van Helden is an American DJ, record producer, remixer and songwriter from Boston. He is considered one of house music's most revered figures spanning three decades. Van Helden's most well-known singles are "You Don't Know Me", "I Want Your Soul", "My My My" featuring Tara McDonald, as well as "Bonkers" featuring Dizzee Rascal, all of which became #1 on the UK Dance Chart and reached as high as #2 on the Billboard Dance Chart.
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.18 is a DJ mix compilation album produced by Andy C and DJ Hype, as part of the FabricLive series. It was released on 18 October 2004 by the Fabric record label. The album is the second in the series to be produced by DJ Hype, who also produced FabricLive.03.
Alain Macklovitch, known by his stage name A-Trak, is a Canadian DJ, turntablist, record producer, and record label executive. He came to prominence in the late 2000s as an international club DJ and remix artist, known for incorporating highly technical turntable skills and scratching into his genre-spanning work. He is also President of the record label Fool's Gold, which was founded in 2007 and is credited for developing the careers of artists such as Kid Cudi, Danny Brown, and Flosstradamus. Among other collaborative projects, he is part of the DJ duo Duck Sauce with Armand Van Helden and was nominated for a Grammy in 2012 for their song "Barbra Streisand".
FabricLive.38 is a DJ mix compilation album by DJ Craze, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
FabricLive.42 is a 2008 mix album by Freq Nasty. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
FabricLive.47 is a 2009 album by Toddla T. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series. Bell described the album as sounding as "Sheffield sonic stylee – as if a sweaty Sheffield basement was deported to Farringdon for the night."
FabricLive.59 is a 2011 DJ mix album by Four Tet. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series. Hebden's two previous mix albums, for the DJ-KiCKS and Late Night Tales series, contained many different genres of music, but FabricLive.59 featured only electronic dance music, heavily slanted towards UK Garage. Hebden also used field recordings made at the club as part of the mix.
FabricLive.61 is a 2012 DJ mix album by Pinch. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series. The mix signalled a shift away from Pinch's earlier dubstep sound, moving towards house and techno.
FabricLive.64 is a 2012 DJ mix album by English DJ and producer Oneman. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
FabricLive.80 is a 2015 DJ mix album by the electronic artist Mumdance. The album was released in 2015 as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
FabricLive.79 is a 2015 DJ mix album by Jimmy Edgar. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
FabricLive.76 is a DJ mix album by English drum and bass musician Calyx and Norwegian DJ musician TeeBee. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
FabricLive.70 is a DJ mix album by English drum and bass musician DJ Friction. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
FabricLive.83 is a 2015 DJ mix album by English DJ Logan Sama. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
FabricLive.81 is a 2015 DJ mix album by Monki. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
FabricLive.82 is a DJ mix album by English drum and bass musicians Ed Rush and Optical. The album was released in July 2015 as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
Ed Rush is the stage name used by the drum and bass producer and DJ, Ben Settle. Rush has been releasing records since 1992 and primarily with his musical partner Optical, since 1997. Along with Optical he is also the co-founder of the record label Virus Recordings which releases his records along with other drum and bass acts. He is most associated with the aggressive styles of drum and bass music known as techstep, darkcore and neurofunk.
Canadian DJ and producer A-Trak has released seven full-length DJ mixtapes, one EP, and dozens of singles of original music as a solo artist; he has remixed hundreds of tracks as a DJ. A collaborator since the beginning of his career, A-Trak has focused on co-producing music with other artists since the early 2000s and has been part of musical groups The Brothers Macklovitch (2020–present), Duck Sauce (2009–present), Low Pros (2014), DJ crew The Allies (1998–2000), and hip hop crew Obscure Disorder (1997–2000).
Matt Quinn, known by his stage name Optical, is a British musician, producer and DJ. He is co-founder and owner of Virus Recordings, a widely regarded drum and bass record label. He is best known as one half of drum and bass duo Ed Rush and Optical, whose debut album Wormhole has been described as one of the most significant LPs of the drum and bass genre. He is also the brother of Jamie Quinn also known as Matrix.
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