Laura Jones Part Of The Fabric AIRLONDON Takeover
Fabric AIRLONDON takeover Saturday 24th September…
Most ardent party-goers boast a preferred club…Typically a venue which consistently entices the finest and freshest DJ talent to grace their hallowed turn-tables. We love those clubs, by God we need those clubs…Notably so, because of the undeniable inevitability that precedes a great DJ set; that subtle feeling which says ‘Don’t worry, tonight is going to be magic’. Fabric has always been one of those clubs, and this weekend promises to be no different…
On Saturday 24th September AIRLONDON descend upon Fabric’s reputable Room Three… With a powerful line-up boasting the formidable Kate Simko alongside the always deep, tribal and bassline fuelled Anthea (Freak n’ Chic, Cecille, Supplement-Facts and Tuningspork), the spotlight happens to fall-upon the latest addition to AIR LONDON’s growing roll of female mixologists. A talented conqueror of deep bass in its most raw “four to the floor” format, Laura Jones (Leftroom/Visionquest) promises great things from her inaugural set at Fabric. With such astonishing musical talent present in everything Laura seemingly touches, this AIR LONDON ensemble will irrefutably whet the palette of anyone lucky enough to be in attendance.
Add to this the brilliant style of Mr Jamie Jones, who will undoubtedly own the main room with a vengeance, the un-missable flair of Jesse Siminski, better known to you and I as “Heartthrob” and you really do have a night to get rather giddy about. Oh, and just in-case that wasn’t enough to influence where to spend your Saturday session this weekend, techno legend Danny Daze and all-round bad boy Daze Maxim will be making some big noise alongside the legendary residents Terry Francis and Craig Richards.
Thus, in concluding the forecast for this Saturday’s array of musical genius at London’s beloved Fabric, a prior warning from the team at Guerilla Sounds… Be prepared for those unmistakably breath-taking musical moments that will leave you with a beaming smile on your fulfilled face for days to come…
Laura Jones’ Fabric Promo Mix
The last 12 months have seen the unprecedented rise of Laura Jones. Captivating terraces, dance floors, after-parties and beaches across the globe, Laura finds herself back in London this weekend, and ready to deliver some serious deep house to the waiting masses. With a prospective tour of North America alongside the mighty Geddes also on the horizon, it is fair to suggest that Laura Jones is undeniably ‘one to watch’ as 2011 draws to a salubrious close. And so, in-preparation for this Saturday’s Fabric debut I introduce Laura’s exclusive Fabric promo mix…
With deep-house a personal preference of mine, I was inevitably always going be an advocate of this mix. The musicality behind her prowess is almost criminal; a truly funky blend of pure bass, flowing synth and trendy vocals stitched together with so much talent it makes even the most accomplished DJ’s eyes-water. The most prominent aspect of this mix is how effortless it all seems…What Laura achieves is truly a feast for the ears, with some really technical syncopation and genuinely awesome break-downs. Not overlooking the production quality behind that floaty, almost dreamlike sound-style that draws you in and makes time vanish, in conclusion I can only say how ridiculously excitable I find myself becoming at the prospect of Laura’s set at Fabric this Saturday… It really could just be one of the most unexpectedly memorable debuts of the year.
Words: Hector Westropp
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Back To Life London : Massive Weekend
Showing London’s still got a bit of life in her since the crumble of the clubbing scene, with some great nights this weekend….
A number of years ago London was living on the uppers, with great clubs, great nights and wicked music. The last few years has seen a fair deal of of the downers. With the closing of The End, Turnmills, matter, The Cross, The Key, Cargo, AKA and numerous amounts of bars down the drain, London seems to be struggling to hold on to dear life in the underground scene.
But never fear as this weekend seems to be showing a different face with several massive nights kicking off (mainly just south of the river) at Fabric (obviously), Cable, Corsica Studios, Plastic People and Ewer Street Car Park. Showing that the underground scene isn’t completely dead in London!
Friday 24 Sep
Lost present Spacebase @ Plastic People
Lost presents Spacebase : Plastic People, 147-149 Curtain Road, EC2A 3QE.
FABRICLIVE: Playaz @ fabric
DJ Hype (2hr Set)
MCs IC3, Fats, Funsta MC
LTJ Bukem & MC Conrad
Rossi B & Luca
Playaz : fabric, 77a Charterhouse Street, Clerkenwell, EC1M 3HN.
Boder Community @ Corsica Studios
Border Community : Corsica Studios, 5 Elephant Road, SE17 1LB.
Saturday 25 Sep
Drumcode Warehouse Party @ Ewer Street Car Park
Maker & Maker
Russell Smith & Harry McCanna
Russell Bohringer & Paul O’Conner
Steve Norwood & Nick Foster
Drumcode Warehouse Party : Ewer Street Car Park, Great Suffolk Street, SE1 0NR
Buzzin’ Fly @ Cable
Buzzin’ Fly : Cable, 33a Bermondsey Street, SE1.
Socialeyes @ Corsica Studios
Socialeyes : Corsica Studios, 5 Elephant Road, SE17 1LB.
fabric, 77a Charterhouse Street, Clerkenwell, EC1M 3HN.
With all that lined up for this weekend, London should be able to kick up a bit of a fuss. enjoi!
All info from residentadvisor.net
Heny G – FABRICLIVE Promo Mix
One of the most intriguing mixes of lounge Drum & Bass meets dubstep with light elements of soul
Heny G’s produces one of the most intriguing mixes we’ve heard.
Starting with a fusion of lounge Drum & Bass meets dubstep with light elements of soul and blissful vocals, he gradually drifts through this line of music creating a very relaxed ambient mix, which in some respects you would expect to be aggressive with the Drum n Bass / Dubstep fusion. But this mix is very calm and fresh, not like most mixes you are likely to come across. So sit back and soak up a bit of….
Heny G’s FABRICLIVE Promo Mix