New residents, a series of renewed mixes and, yes, 20 parties to honor 20 years will arrive in 2019.
the fabric is not closing again, despite what the club may have wanted you to think about.
After canceling its online presence and reaching its Charterhouse Street in a confusing acrobatics, the Farringdon office has become clean. As suspected, the fabric is going great for its 20th birthday, with 20 parties, XX fabric nicknamed, planned for the whole year. The first is Lee Burridge's All Dream I Dream party on January 27th, followed by Bonobo on February 24th and Tale Of Us, which will play all night on March 24th.
In April, the East London Fuse party will host a 12-hour takeover on the 7th, before John Digweed will spend the whole night on the 18th and The Martinez Brothers will go all day on the 28th.
The other 14 XX parties will be announced throughout the year. The club's annual birthday party, which usually takes place on the third weekend of October, will last for four weekends this year. the fabric will also bring the show on the road, collaborating with the Ricardo Villalobos club favorite for a party as part of Off Week in Barcelona in July.
In addition, the club is starting this "new chapter" welcoming new residents in the mix. Joining Craig Richards and Terry Francis will be Anna Wall and Bobby. the fabric is organizing a free party for them tonight, and other new residents will be revealed later in the year.
Also new in 2019, the fabric is changing the way it handles its beloved CD mix. After calling the time on the Fabric and Fabriclive series, a new quarterly edition, titled "Fabric presents," will be launched with Bonobo, although details, including if the mixes will be released, are still TBAs.
To end today's announcement, the fabric shares a message to its fans: "We want to thank all those who have participated in this journey for the last two decades … From the celebratory moments to the most difficult moments, it is your support that he built our legacy. "
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Photo credit: Khris Cowley