FabricLive.59

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FabricLive.59
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Compilation album by
ReleasedSeptember 2011
Genre outsider house
Label Fabric
Producer Four Tet
FabricLive chronology
FabricLive.58
(2011)
FabricLive.59
(2011)
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(2011)
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Pitchfork 8/10 [3]

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, [4] heavily slanted towards UK Garage. [5] Hebden also used field recordings made at the club as part of the mix. [6]

Contents

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Record LabelLength
1."Intro" Four Tet  0:55
2."Immersion Partielle"Michel RedolfiGRM1:05
3."First Born"Crazy Bald HeadsOn-Tick2:46
4."Feel Da Vibe"PersianSame People2:38
5."101112" KH unreleased2:46
6."Pulse X"Youngstar (Musical Mob)Inspired Sounds1:45
7."First Born" (Four Tet Remix)Crazy Bald Headsunreleased4:33
8."Sais" (Dub)Floating PointsEglo2:54
9."Mr Bean"AppleAppsolute2:17
10."Webers" Caribou Leaf 1:10
11."Flav" (Urban Myths Remix)Big BirdNice n Ripe0:54
12."Waiting"GeniusKronik2:37
13."fabric" Four Tet unreleased1:32
14."The Continuing Story Of Counterpoint, Part Nine" David Borden David Borden1:56
15."Dark Energy"STLSomething5:28
16."Percussions One"Percussionsunreleased1:57
17."Angie's Fucked"C++Music For Freaks2:47
18."Street Halo" Burial Hyperdub 5:15
19."Cape Fear"KMAKMA1:53
20."Higher Power"WK7Power House2:01
21."Sieso" Ricardo Villalobos Cadenza1:45
22."Pyramid"Four TetText7:31
23."How I Program"Red Rack'emBergerac0:47
24."Hobson's Choice" (Tune For Da Man Dem)Active Minds white 5:13
25."Blackholes"Aramando Gallop & Steve PoindexterMuzique1:23
26."Outro"Four Tet 0:58
27."Locked"Four TetText8:31

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