fabric is an institution.
The London venue opened 20 years ago, and has survived to become a global landmark in club culture.
Along the way there have been too many historic nights to mention - it's a citadel for electronic music, a place where reputations have been made, and lives changed.
Turning 20 this year, fabric have pieced together a new compilation, a cross section of just some of the names who have passed through those doors.
'20 years of fabric' lands on December 6th, featuring 20 tracks that move from the house and techno fabric side to the bass culture inclined FABRICLIVE.
UNKLE's James Lavelle was an original FABRICLIVE resident, and he's enjoyed a long, healthy relationship with the club.
Contributing to the new compilation, 'Catch Me When I Fall (fabric Club Mix)' is a brand new track tailor-made for the fabric crowd, and it exemplifies the approach he took to those seminal DJ sets.
The full video incorporates footage from an UNKLE live set at fabric, a salute to the enduring power of James Lavelle's project, and to the position the club itself holds.
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