As part of the promo tour for his anxiously-awaited album on Perlon, historically elusive Horror Inc. will be hitting none other than Room 1 at our beloved Fabric London on July 6th – alongside Deadbeat, Craig Richards and Ricardo Villalobos. In anticipation of the date, the legendary London club caught up with Leclair to talk about Thoreau, growing old and an undying love for treehouses.
Next Saturday sees Matthew Burton hitting the decks of the great Fabric London. Part of a night that’ll be sure to wear more than one out –Derrick Carter is also headlining in Room 1- Burton will be playing alongside Mark Pavitt and Jay Shepheard, who will be presenting his new LP. Londoners, you’ve been warned.
On the occasion of Fabric London’s newest installment in its mix series, the club has featured an entry on its website with various artists singing the praises of the man behind Fabric 67: Zip.
San Proper, Dan Curtin and our own Akufen (among others), whose music appears in the 73-minute mix made by Dimbiman himself, took some time to talk about his influence on the underground music scene and their impressions of the German DJ. In the feature, Akufen discusses how Mutek brought him and Zip together for the first time, how they immediately hit it off and why his Perlon label has become such an important platform for an entire crop of artists. “Without a single doubt in mind, joining Perlon was the most significant experience in my career”, states Leclair, who also goes on to describe Thomas as “a visionary” and express his gratitude for having him refuse his music.
All in all, a thoroughly enjoyable feature to accompany a well-crafted mix. Congratulations Zip!
You can read the full feature on Fabric’s website here.
Just ahead of his live set in Fabric London’s Room One this Saturday, the club’s wordsmiths managed to catch up with Danuel Tate for some quickfire questions on his music, time off and traveling from Canada to Berlin. Tate chats about how he’d what’s in store for Cobblestone Jazz, his new dub track with Deadbeat (“Lazy Jane”) and why working with Mat Jonson is so great (“he’s a complete maniac”). Listen to “Lazy Jane” and read the full interview here.
Enjoy this great track by our Danuel Tate before his Fabric gig on Saturday.