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Hyroglifics mix ahead of Critical at fabric


Hyroglifics has come correct since stepping out with D&B fringe leviathans, Critical Music, in 2014.

Off the back of a ground-shaking set at Boomtown’s Bang Hai stage to 15,000-strong crowd, the preeminent noisemaker continues to fortify his standing in 2016 with large scale collaborations on Shogun Audio artist Rockwell’s acclaimed debut long-player; being touted for his thunderously UK sound in Mixmag’s ’16 Artists Who Will Make Your Year in 2016′, and tearing up the Critical Sound residency on London’s RinseFM.

His industrious studio ethic bears the forthcoming ‘All Talk’ EP; a mammoth crossover collaboration, carving out a distinctive path for himself well into 2017 and beyond; we can only expect the high-end futuristic freshness to keep flowing from this exciting, young producer.

He joins Mefjus as he prepares to launch his FABRICLIVE 95 compilation at fabric on Friday with Ivy Lab, Emperor, Kasra, Enei, Sam Binga, Chimpo, Foreign Concept, Halogenix for Mefjus vs Critical Sound for more information head here.

Hyroglifics – Delicate
Redders – No Go (Chimpo VIP)
Fixate – Rumours
Sully – Vanta
DJ Flynn – Bristol By Moonlight
Sam Binga & Rider Shafique – Chinchilla
dBridge & Skeptical – Poor & Poverty
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Mister Shifter – Dreada
Hyroglifics – Cheyhboi
Fixate & Skeptical – The Rig Monkey
Eprom – Raw Data
Dolenz – Evesdrop
Sam Binga & Rider Shafique – Highly Blessed (Alix Perez Remix)
Cruk – Cold Top
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LSB – Tripped
L-Side – Holding On feat. Lady Chann
DLR – Docent Make Sense
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Sustance – The Motive feat. Rider Shafique
Survey – Solar Sail
Alix Perez – The Blips
Voltage – Mood Swings
Think Tonk – Ride On
Sam Binga & Rider Shafique feat. Stush – King & Queen
Lorenzo Senni – Win In The Flat World
Shigeto – When We Low

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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