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Philippe Cam LFO Drive
04 :14
02 02 :14
03
Cabanne Karashik
01 :27
04 02 :44
05
Pantytec Alabaster
04 :40
06
Kalabrese Set Me Free
01 :20
07
The Rip Off Artist Little Tiny Eight Inch Jack
02 :48
08
Señor Coconut Smoke on the Water
03 :54
09 01 :24
10
Wighnomy Brothers & Robag Wruhme Bobb
04 :17
11 05 :32
12
Ultrakurt M'Gell
01 :53
13
Herbert Close to Me
05 :17
15
Crackhaus Ample Slacks
03 :50
16
Mossa Bucolik
04 :22
17
Luciano & Serafin Yaki Soba
02 :59
18
Soul Center Funky Sterling
05 :26
20
Jeff Milligan In My Life
02 :36
21
Stephen Beaupré My Old Lady
04 :51
ARTIST
TITLE
Fabric 17
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
FABRIC 033CD FABRIC 033CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
10/4/2004

2004 release. Every so often, techno throws us a truly classic album, made by an artist with bags of personality and character. Akufen's My Way (Force Inc., 2002) was one; a heart-stealing blend of gorgeous, glitchy soundscapes, created in self-imposed isolation by -- of all people -- a former butcher. Fabric presents his first-ever DJ mix CD, showcasing some of the sharpest new record labels and producers. Fabric 17 was meticulously planned, and recorded in one take, using two turntables and a mixer. Akufen records for Perlon, and Musique Risquee, and has remixed Richie Hawtin, Massive Attack, Cabaret Voltaire, and Yello. Fabric 17 is a minimal house tour-de-force, bursting with energy, excitement, and invention. The 21 tracks perfectly describe Fabric's new 4/4 ethic -- keep it clever, catchy, and brilliantly detailed -- and are beautifully mixed in an extremely individual style. Akufen's love of Henri Mancini, and all things quirky, bleeds from the grooves; check The Rip Off Artist's hymn to poverty meeting Señor Coconut, or the drug-addictive Crackhaus for evidence. Other artists include: Philippe Cam, Matthew Dear, Pantytec, Cabanne, Krikor, Ark, Kalabrese, DUB.E.US, Wighnomy Brothers & Robag Wruhme, S-max, Ultrakurt, Herbert, Freaks, Mossa, Luciano & Serafin, Soul Center, Horror Inc., Mike Shannon, Jeff Milligan, and Stephen Beaupré.