2012 release. When it comes to the dancefloor, the Perlon curated experience is all about the natural human dynamic that makes people dance. The legendary Get Perlonized showcases, which began in 2001 and are still going strong at Panorama Bar in Berlin, feed off the individuality of the label roster, utilizing longer sets and a less structured concepts. On his Fabric 67 mix, Perlon co-founder Thomas Franzmann, aka Zip, manages to keep the after-hours vibe alive. With all the verve and blissful energy of his DJ sets, Franzmann builds his own musical universe, unmasking his mysticism with the revealing reverbed chants and analog stabs of Vedomir's "Dreams." He then veers off into the awkward and sinewy melodic structure of San Proper and Steven De Peven's collaboration, "Pam Pam." The poise of Vedomir's ethereal opener runs into the clipped drums of "Pam Pam" and sets Zip up for further intelligent arrangements. Using these kinds of morphing vocals as a key tool, Zip draws from them on more than one occasion during Fabric 67, using them to slice through the mix, creating these weirdly beautiful moments that serve to mesmerize the listener. Other artists include: Nail, Melchior Productions Ltd, Pluto, G. Marcell, Jovonn, Twin TM, Soul Capsule, Dan Curtin, Sakro, DJ Qu, Scott Grooves feat. Roy Ayers, Terrence Dixon, Kenny Larkin, Armando & Steve Poindexter, Moodyfied, The Sun Of God, and Isolée.