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Fabric (London)

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Fabric is a defining force in London’s electronic dance scene.

Established in 1999 by Keith Riley and Cameron Leslie, the Farringdon-based nightclub has since become one of the most iconic clubs in London.

With an undeniable influence on the city’s underground music scene, Fabric mainly plays electronic music dedicated to bass sounds, such as dubset, bassline, drum and bass, and even some grime and breakbeat.

If you’ve ever stepped foot through the superclub’s doors, its labyrinth-like layout, dark rooms and pulsing underground sound is a transformative experience.

Music director and resident DJ at Fabric, Craig Richards, claims that the club was the first of its kind to kickstart the movement of underground music into the world of UK nightlife entertainment.

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