Fabric discography

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The interior of fabric nightclub in Farringdon, London, circa 2009
fabric mixtapes100
FABRICLIVE mixtapes100
fabric presents mixtapes7
fabric podcast episodes35

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. [1]


In May 2018, fabric announced that the fabric series would end "in its current form" with its 100th instalment; in October 2018, fabric revealed the final fabric compilation would be a triple-disc set, mixed by two of the club's residents—Craig Richards and Terry Francis—as well as its founder, Keith Reilly. [2] In August 2018, the club announced that the FABRICLIVE series would also end with its 100th instalment, and would be mixed by Kode 9—founder of the celebrated underground electronic music label, Hyperdub—and Burial—a pioneering UK dubstep producer. [3]

In January 2019, fabric announced a revamped quarterly mix series, titled fabric presents, coinciding with the club's 20th anniversary celebrations. [4] The inaugural mix of the new series was released in February 2019 — compiled by UK electronic musician, producer, and DJ, Bonobo. [5]

fabric series (2001–2018)

The albums in this series generally feature music in the techno, house, electronica, and tech-house genres. The mixes in the fabric series reflect the kinds of music typically showcased at the nightclub's Saturday night events. [6]

FABRICLIVE series (2001–2018)

The albums in this series generally feature music in the UK bass, drum & bass, grime, and hip hop genres. 'Live' in the series' title does not in fact indicate that the mixes were recorded live. The mixes in the FABRICLIVE series reflect the kinds of music typically showcased at the nightclub's Friday night events. [6]

fabric presents series (2019–present)

fabric podcast series (2007–2010)

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