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Prosumer Mixes Fabric 79



To round off a very good year for Fabric, having only just celebrated their 15th birthday, Prosumer has been placed at the helm of the next instalment of their esteemed Fabric Mix CD. The previous two saw Raresh and Marcel Dettmann delivering some carefully chosen tracks and Prosumer can be fully expected to keep up the raw quality.

Mixed in the comfort of his front room, with nothing but the ducks outside his window for reference, we delve into the mind of Prosumer and can get an insight into song choices and how he chooses them. Drawing upon melancholy and past experiences the German gives us a glimpse of tracks which fly around the world with him, to tracks which are new to him and even cuts that have previously eluded the spectrum of his eye during track selection. You can expect a lot -with everything from Detroit classics to Disco included but why take our word for it? Have a glance at the tracklist for yourself below.

1. George Acosta & Erick Paredes – Time2. Chez Damier – Untitled B23. A Black Man, A Black Man And Another Black Man – I Believe4. The Traxxmen – Emergency (Original 9-1-1 Mixx)5. Wilma – Fabio6. Titonton – Signs Of Inertia7. Earth People – Dance8. Linkwood – Expressions9. Kaptein Kaliber – Oh Ah Ah10. The Knife – Ready To Lose (Tarantism Remix)11. I-F – The Search12. Shinoby – There R No Rules Fear Is Unknown & Sleep Is Out Of Question13. Doms & Deykers – Fonts For The People14. Domu – Something Borrowed15. Crowdpleaser – Silberpfeil16. The Jass Man – Jass Yo Azz Off (Mike’s Mello Groove Mixx)17. The New World Order – The Warehouse DJ18. Murat Tepeli – P.S.A. (Play, Stop, Acid)19. Vice – Ritual20. Francis Inferno Orchestra – Rap Beef21. The Steoples – Nature Of The Soul22. Tuff City Kids – Carden Eden23. Axel Boman – Fantastic Piano24. Tommy McGee & E.R.A. – She’s Got Her E.R.A.

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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