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Call Super readies fabric 92



London born JR Seaton aka Call Super has been announced by fabric records as the person who has mixed fabric 92 compilation, which will be released on 17th February. 

As one of the brightest new lights on the DJ landscape, his rise has been steady and remarkable, reinforced at every stage with music that draws on a panoply of influences. “The fabric mix series has played an influential role in my learning of my craft. As influential to me as the club itself. The discs recorded by Ellen Allien, Craig Richards, Robert Hood, James Murphy and Pat Mahoney all taught me quite distinct things about track selection and pacing that I think about to this day. The John Peel one became an elegy that I still remember him by as much as his radio shows that I used to listen to. 

Because of this I wanted my mix to do a few things. Primarily I wanted it to be highly personal, a snap of my way of mixing records. Because my own technique has been influenced by other discs in the series, I had to capture the way I sometimes play in a club.” 

The mix features tracks from Objekt, Photek, Carl Craig, Yves Tumor and a selection of cuts from Call Super himself, check out the full tracklist below.

Track list 

1. Beatrice Dillon and Rupert Clervaux – The Same River Twice [Paralaxe Editions] 

2. M:I:5 – Maßtab 1:5/11 [Profan] 

3. Jan Jelinek – Tendency [Faitiche] 

4. Dresvn – Untitled B1 

5. Objekt – The Stitch-Up [White label] 

6. Two Full Minds – No Smoke [Plank] 

7. Photek – T’Raenon [Art] 

8. Don’t DJ – Pornoire [Berceuse Heroique] 

9. Flanger – Spinner [Nonplace] 

10. Carl Craig – A Wonderful Life (Epic Mix) [Planet E Communications] 

11. Call Super – Acephale I [Houndstooth] 

12. Call Super – Acephale II [Houndstooth] 

13. Marco Bernardi – Demonia [Frustrated Funk] 

14. Jega – ZX82 [Skam] 

15. Shanti Celeste – Strung Up [Future Times] 

16. Bitstream – Incubator [Signal] 

17. Bruce – Sweat [Hemlock] 

18. Convextion – Niche [Matrix] 

19. Karen Gwyer – Hippie Fracca [Opal Tapes] 

20. Thomas Ankersmit & Valerio Tricoli – Plague #7 [Pan] 

21. Walter Brown – Keep On Walkin’ [L&R] 

22. Yves Tumor – The Feeling When You Walk Away [Pan] 

23. Max Loderbauer – Giant Hug [Non Standard Productions] 

24. Speng Bond – Cutbacks [Reality Shock]


Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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