Fabric – one of the jewel’s in Britain’s nightlife crown and admired and loved internationally – has, despite all the fantastic hard work done by so many stakeholders in the last 18 months, been closed pending review.
This is a time for all of us to have our voices heard together – and make sure we are heard. Everything hangs in the balance. An enormous amount hangs in the balance right now and the world’s eyes are upon us all. What happens to Fabric happens to us all.
Please sign the petition here and share across social media including the official hashtags #SaveFabric and #nightlifematters
From Alan Miller, Chairman of Night Time Industries Association:
“We are hopeful and confident that with all the fantastic work done by so many stakeholders across London recently, that Islington Council will find a way along with the Police to ensure that what…
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Romare announces new album “Love Songs: Part Two”(out 11th November on Ninja Tune)+Listen:Who Loves You?Posted in News on August 26, 2016 by E.N.
A taster to celebrate the forthcoming amorous excursions which make up his second album Love Songs: Part Two, Romare presents the single Who Loves You?. Combining a punk-funk b-line, a disco rhythm, a dubbed-out vocal sample and a hundred-and-one subtle elements you’ll barely notice, ‘Who Loves You?’ is that rare thing – a dancefloor filler with real intelligence and a genuine, low-slung sexiness.
Developing and expanding upon the brilliance of his debut Projections (voted LP of year in DJ Mag and supported by likes of Bonobo, Annie Mac and Four Tet), Love Songs: Part Two cements Romare’s reputation as one of the most exciting, confident and distinctive producers in electronic music. His sample sources have changed a little too, moving from the jazz and blues which distinguished Projections to disco and psychedelic. His parents love of Irish traditional folk music, which Romare grew up with have also influenced…
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‘Blinded By The Sun‘ sees Belfast born Phil Kieran create a ten track narrative inspired from over a decade in the electronic dance scene. His fourth album was picked up by Jamie Jones and signed to Hot Creations soon after.
The sun has inspired musicians for thousands of years and Kieran was able to draw a direct metaphor between the burning star and his experiences as a DJ. In an industry with all of it’s supposed glamour and beauty, it is the same industry that burns so many. Kieran didn’t use any samples, rather the focus is on musicians and original sounds. He wrote and produced every track apart from ‘Think Too Much’ where he teamed up with Jess Brien. The album opens up with ‘Solar Storm’ and the listener is met with the enchanting voice of Wilson Magwere, who met Kieran after fleeing for his life…
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