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Erol Alkan mixes FABRICLIVE.77

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fabriclive77.jpgSonic innovator Erol Alkan is set to join the ranks of renowned electronic artists who’ve showcased their skills behind the decks for the FabricLive mix series.With 20 years of DJ-ing experience under his belt, his own club Trash, remixes for the likes of Tame Impala and Justice, plus his label Phantasy – which has seen releases from Daniel Avery and Connan Mockasin – Alkan certainly had a reputation worthy of FabricLive. Then with the release of his debut solo effort, the Illumination EP, last year, the deal was sealed.

Alkan shows off his superior selection, offering up tracks from Jamie Paton, The Emperor Machine, Victor Shan, Boot & Tax, Ghost Culture and Tom Rowlands of Chemical Brothers.FABRICLIVE.77 is set for release September 22nd, with a launch party at Fabric scheduled for Friday September 12th, featuring Rub N Tug, The Emperor Machine (Live), Dark Circles and Clek Clek Boom joining Alkan in Room 2. Tickets are available here.

Listen to Alkan’s ‘A Hold On Love’, which features on the album, and check out the tracklisting below:Tracklisting:

01. Maurice & Charles – Sofa Love (Jamie Paton Remix) 02. Cowboy Rhythmbox – We Got The Box 
03. Carisma – Talento Matemático  04. The Emperor Machine – RMI Is All I Want (Erol Alkan’s Extended Rework) 05. Manfredas – Square Lights (Zongamin Remix Take 2) 06. Phreak – Acid On 07. Erol Alkan – Sub Conscious 08. Andre Bratten – Trommer og Bass 
09. Tom Rowlands – Through Me 10. Fumes – Jack2000  11. Victor Shan – How You Want It (Shan’s Warehouse Version)  
12. Boot & Tax – Acido  13. Erol Alkan – Bang  14. Ben Jenkins – K3M 15. Todd Osborn – Put Your Weight On It (Chicago Mix) 16. Voiski – From White To Red  17. Claro Intelecto – Tone  18. Ghost Culture – Red Smoke 
19. Daywalker + CF – Supersonic Transport  
20. Erol Alkan – A Hold On Love
 + Saint Etienne – Only Love Can Break Your Heart 

 

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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