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fabric saturday 23rd april

room one.
Craig Richards, Steve Bug, Jamie Jones.

room two.
Andrew Weatherall, Slam (Live), Andy Blake.

room three.
Hot Natured: Subb-An (Live), Russ Yallop, Richy Ahmed.

Long-serving German DJ, Steve Bug responsible for Poker Flat, Dessous and Audiomatique, as well as a slew of benchmark mixes including NRK & Green & Blue will be teasing the last drops of sweat out of Room One this Saturday alongside multi-talented Rebel Raver Jamie Jones. From Jones’ debut single ‘Amazon’ and the subsequent dancefloor anthem ‘Summertime’ to his underground aliases of Electric Jones, Jones/Mizrahi (with Gadi of Wolf + Lamb fame) and of course the hugely in demand Hot Natured (alongside Lee Foss), Jamie’s unique sound continues to win him worldwide audiences.

Carving the signature sound for techno royalty in Room Two is Glasgow’s legendary outfit, Slam who left heads spinning at Time Warp’s techno marathon a snippet of which you can catch over on our blog. Also in the mix will be Two Lone Swordsman’s Andrew Weatherall, well-known as the producer of Primal Scream’s groundbreaking Screamadelica and remixer of New Order and Bjork, he is also the label head for Rotters Golf Club label which combines everything from soul to rock and techno.

Over in Room Three, the tempo is dropped slightly as house and disco connoisseurs, Hot Natured takeover Room Three with the hotly-tipped Russ Yallop and Richy Ahmed performing alongside plus a live show from rising star Subb-An who has releases on US imprint Culprit, Hot Creations and Spectral Sound. We’re not ones to spoil a surprise but make sure to keep your ears and eyes peeled this week for a very special Hot Natured blog takeover rammed full of exclusive interviews and hedonistic mixes.

Check the Andy Blake mix he did exclusively for fabric here:

DOWNLOAD: Andy Blake House + Techno Mix for fabric

What does a typical day in the life of Andy Blake involve?
During the week its mainly watching films, making music in my studio, some writing for magazines and websites, doing mixtapes and interviews for various websites, a bit of admin work and emails, hanging out with my girlfriend, our cat and a few close mates, and a bunch of early nights. The weekend is usually pretty much the opposite of that with two or three gigs, lots of partying and not much sleep. Read the full interview and here

Jamie Jones interview:

Do you keep a tight work schedule for gigging, music making the creative things? In other wordshow to do produce and party all the time!
Its a secret I’ll let you in on. About 3 years ago I met this man in Antwerp. We got on well and ended up at an afterparty. It was in this art gallery. After several hours of drinking he told me he wanted to show me his secret lab, and I agreed of course, who wouldnt? In there he showed me a way I could clone myself, so that there would be two of me, and I could enjoy the luxury of half the work and double the rewards. The only warning he gave me was, “make sure you dont play two gigs the same time, and get tagged on Facebook.” Read the full interview on fabric’s blog here


tickets: www.fabriclondon.com

11pm – 8am.

77a Charterhouse Street, London, EC1M 3HN