DJ Shadow has confirmed plans for a one off show at London venue Fabric.
Arguably one of the most influential turntablists left in the game, DJ Shadow's career has spun into two separate paths of late. Last year the producer oversaw the 'Reconstructed' compilation, which focussed on some personal favourite moments from his career. ClashMusic caught up with DJ Shadow around the time of the compilation, find an in-depth feature HERE.
Alongside this, though, the producer kept pushing ahead. DJ Shadow overhauled his set, resulting in the crate digger being hauled from the decks at a Florida club last year for being 'too future'.
Now DJ Shadow is heading back to the UK. Set to take his All Basses Covered show to Fabric, the producer will join an already impressive bill on July 12th.
Hoya:Hoya and Planet Mu take charge of Rooms 2 and 3, with the likes of Illum Sphere, Jonny Dub, Éclair Fifi, Boxcutter, Ital Tek and more set to take part.
Want a preview? Well, DJ Shadow recently uploaded his 'too future' set, and supplied some text to outline his thoughts.
DJ Shadow’s "All Basses Covered" set has morphed and evolved to incorporate as many different contemporary genres of urban and electronic music as possible. From hardcore rap to footwork and juke and beyond, Shadow has combed the web to curate seamless and dexterous blends of the most progressive sounds bubbling up from the underground. ‘Too hard?’ ‘Too future?’ Or just too raw? As always, DJ Shadow has provoked crucial flashpoints of discussion about the discipline of DJ’ing that have defined our turbulent times.
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DJ Shadow is set to play the following show:
12 London Fabric