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|Fabric Mix Series chronology|
Fabric 34 is a DJ mix compilation album by Ellen Allien, as part of the Fabric Mix Series.
Ellen Fraatz, known professionally as Ellen Allien, is a German electronic musician, music producer, and the founder of BPitch Control music label. Her album Stadtkind was dedicated to the city of Berlin, and she cites the culture of reunified Berlin as one of the main inspirations for her music. She sings in both German and English. Her music is best described as a blend of IDM and Techno music, which is dance-floor oriented and has noticeable experimental elements. She lives in Berlin.
Matthew Dear is an American music producer, DJ and electronic avant-pop artist.
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.
FabricLive.10 is a DJ mix compilation album by Fabio, as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
Sascha Ring, better known by the stage name Apparat, is a German electronic musician. He was previously co-owner of Shitkatapult records. Starting out with dancefloor-oriented techno, he shifted focus towards ambient music, becoming "more interested in designing sounds than beats".
Modeselektor is a German electronic music duo consisting of Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary.
Tomas Andersson is a Swedish DJ.
Orchestra of Bubbles is a collaboration album by Ellen Allien and Apparat. It was released through BPitch Control on 17 April 2006.
Stadtkind is the debut album by German experimental techno musician Ellen Allien. Released on Allien's own label, BPitch Control in 2001, it was an homage to the city of Berlin, whose post-reunification culture inspired the work. The album's title means "city child" in German.
Global Underground 031: Dubfire, Taipei is a DJ mix album in the Global Underground series, compiled and mixed by DJ and producer Ali "Dubfire" Shirazinia, one half of progressive house duo Deep Dish. Dubfire's release follows that of his Deep Dish collaborator, Sharam's solo mix, Global Underground 029: Dubai. Previously, Deep Dish have mixed Global Underground 021: Moscow and Global Underground 025: Toronto, along with Afterclub Mixes. With Taipei, Dubfire sought to make the album about more who he is, as opposed to Deep Dish.
"Pop the Glock" is a single by French-American recording artist Uffie. The re-released single was released as a 12" vinyl on November 30, 2009. "Pop the Glock" was Uffie's first single and an international underground hit. It was originally released in early 2006 by Ed Banger Records on the Pop the Glock/Ready to Uff EP.
Berlinette is the second studio album by German experimental techno producer Ellen Allien, released in 2003 by Allien's label, BPitch Control. It was generally critically acclaimed, with a very high rating of 8.9 from Pitchfork.
FabricLive.45 is a 2009 album by A-Trak. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
Paul Kalkbrenner is a German musician, producer of electronic music and actor. Because he breaks down his tracks into elements that are reassembled onstage, Kalkbrenner is considered a live act, as opposed to a DJ. He is most known for his single "Sky and Sand", which sold over 200,000 copies, went platinum, and was highly charted in countries such as Belgium and Germany. He is also known for portraying the main character Ickarus in the movie Berlin Calling, written and directed by Hannes Stöhr, which ran for several years at Kino Central in Berlin.
Fabric 46 is a 2009 album by Claude VonStroke. The album was released as part of the Fabric Mix Series.
Feadz is a French music producer, DJ and songwriter currently signed by French music label Ed Banger Records. He combines the genres of hip hop, electronic, techno and French house in his music and frequently collaborates with label-mate and former girlfriend Uffie.
FabricLive.57 is a DJ album by Jackmaster. It was released in 2011 as part of the FabricLive Mix Series.
Fabric 59 is a 2011 mix album by Welsh DJ Jamie Jones. The album was released as part of the Fabric Mix Series.
Aérea Negrot is a Venezuelan singer, electronic musician and remixer. She lives in Berlin, Germany. Her name is inspired by her fascination about travels and planes and her admiration for the voices of Toña La Negra and Olga Guillot. Her music is a pastiche of electronica, techno, cabaret and pop. She's also part of Hercules & Love Affair, and sings on several tracks of their second album Blue Songs. Her debut album, Arabxilla (2011), was released on BPitch Control.
Marcel Dettmann is a German DJ, producer, and record label owner whom commentators have called "one of the most influential proponents of contemporary techno." Dettmann is a resident at the well-known Berlin nightclub Berghain. He used to work at Berlin's legendary record store Hard Wax.
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