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|Fabric Mix Series chronology|
Fabric 08 is a DJ mix compilation album by Radioactive Man, a pseudonym of Keith Tenniswood, as part of the Fabric Mix Series.
Fabric 03 is a DJ mix compilation album by Jon Marsh, as part of the Fabric Mix Series.
Fabric 09 is a DJ mix compilation album by Slam, as part of the Fabric Mix Series.
Fabric 19 is a DJ mix compilation album by Andrew Weatherall, as part of the Fabric Mix Series. It was released on 15 November 2004.
Fabric 20 is a DJ mix compilation album by John Digweed, as part of the Fabric Mix Series. It was whittled down from a five-hour set based on Digweed's time at Fabric.
Fabric 21 is a DJ mix compilation album by DJ Heather, as part of the Fabric Mix Series.
Fabric 24 is a DJ mix compilation album by Rob Da Bank, as part of the Fabric Mix Series.
FabricLive.21 is a DJ mix compilation album by Meat Katie, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
Keith Tenniswood is a British DJ, producer, and remixer.
Ross is the ninth studio album/compilation released by American singer Diana Ross in 1978 on the Motown label. The album was a mixture of older tunes Ross recorded and newer recordings, side A consisting of four tracks recorded in 1978 and Side B of material recorded between the years 1971 and 1975, but remixed and/or extended by Motown in-house producer Russ Terrana specifically for the Ross album. Ross peaked at number 49 on the US Pop Albums chart, and number 32 on Black Albums. The album failed to chart in the UK. Its final US sales figures stood at around 150,000 copies. The cover illustration was by Rickey Ricardo Gaskins. A different album also titled Ross was released on the RCA label in 1983.
FabricLive.31 is a DJ mix compilation album by The Glimmers, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
FabricLive.33 is a DJ mix compilation album by Spank Rock, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
Fuck Me I'm Famous is a series of electronic dance music compilation albums by the French DJ David Guetta. His now ex-wife Cathy Guetta collaborated in the production. The first album in the series was released in 2003. The albums have traditionally been released during the summer months of their respective years.
Tritonal is an American music duo from Austin, Texas consisting of producers and DJs Chad Cisneros and David Reed. They are also known for hosting the Tritonia radio show, broadcasting on Sirius XM BPM channel 51.
Gary McCann, known professionally as Caspa, is a dubstep music producer from West London.
FabricLive.49 is a 2009 album by Buraka Som Sistema. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
Nero are a British electronic music trio composed of members Dan Stephens, Joe Ray and Alana Watson. On 12 August 2011, they released their debut studio album, Welcome Reality, which reached number one in the UK Albums Chart. In August 2012, "Promises" received a Gold certification in the United States. On 10 February 2013, Nero won a Grammy Award for their collaborative remix of "Promises" with Skrillex. Their second studio album, Between II Worlds, was released on 11 September 2015.
Stadiumx is a Hungarian progressive and future house DJ and production duo, comprising Dave and Sully.
Kitbuilders are an electro-duo from Cologne, Germany. Their style is a mixture of Electro, New Wave and IDM. Benway played in the Band "Les Immer Essen" before he founded Kitbuilders in 1997 with Ripley. They are influenced by bands like Suicide and Chris & Cosey. Kitbuilders pioneered the Electroclash/ Electropunk-movement. Kitbuilders released on labels like Electrecord, World Electric, Ersatz Audio Television, Breakin´ Records, Vertical, Art Of Perception, Play It Again Sam many more. Kitbuilders received Radio airplay from DJs like Dave Clarke, Laurent Garnier, DJ Hell, Larry Tee, John Peel, Andrew Weatherall and others. Kitbuilders worked with artist Eric Parnes and contributed a track to the soundtrack of the Loveparade-movie Be Angeled.The Kitbuilders album “You Trashed My Tracks” features remixes by Terrence Dixon, Bolz Bolz, Bob Humid, Ascii Disko, Falko Brocksieper, Keith Tenniswood aka Radioactive Man, Salz and others. In 2020 they contributed to the Carebots compilation. Kitbuilders played gigs in London, New York, San Francisco, Oslo, Berlin, Madrid, Brussels, Helsinki, Istanbul, Tel Aviv and on Festivals like Roskilde-Festival, Sónar, Arvika, Benicassim, Fusion Festival, Eurosonic, Dedbeat Weekender and in clubs like Tresor, Fabric, Distillery, The Egg and many more.
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.
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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