The latest instalment in the long-running series arrives in the wake of the club losing its license.
Scuba, AKA Paul Rose, has mixed fabric 90.
Rose looks to techno on fabric 90, which is due out on October 21st. The Berlin-based producer, whose beginnings are in drum & bass and dubstep, splices together more than 40 tracks on the mix, drawing upon work from Ricardo Villalobos, Donato Dozzy, Pearson Sound and Marco Shuttle. A Ben Klock track from 2006, released on BPitch Control, also makes an appearance.
The announcement arrives almost two weeks on from Islington Council’s decision to revoke fabric’s license, triggering backlash from right across the electronic music community. A press release sent out with the mix explains that Rose was the last person to play at the club on August 6th, just before it was voluntarily closed by management following the death of two clubbers. Rose will donate all proceeds from the mix to the #saveourculture campaign raising money for fabric’s legal costs.
Resident Advisor caught up with Scuba about his forthcoming fabric mix. Check it out here.