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LOW STOCK LEVEL
1-2 Weeks
01
Spencer Bewley Intro
01 :17
02
Slam (feat. Dot Allison) Visions (Two Lone Swordsmen Remix)
06 :17
03
Sweetie Touch Me (Dub)
04 :14
04
Takeover Sound Together in the Dark
03 :52
05
Depth Charge Honour
03 :54
06
Imatran Voima In/Out
05 :43
07 05 :09
08
Jammin As We Do
05 :06
09
Anthony Rother Die Macht
03 :54
10
Basic Units Explode
04 :43
11
Radioactive Man 'ave That
05 :28
12 04 :28
13
Tim Wright Going Down
05 :10
15
Dirty Hospital Rottenrow
03 :38
16
Disco D (feat. Princess Superstar) F**k Me on the Dance Floor
02 :26
ARTIST
TITLE
Fabric 08
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
FABRIC 015CD FABRIC 015CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
6/2/2006

2002 release. Keith Tenniswood has been behind and upfront on a variety of dance music's most-cherished productions. Growing up he was a Hendrix-head amongst the early '80s electro craze, and as a teenager frequented parties on London's "Drum Club" scene. He'd later meet the Sabresonic and Full Circle crews and begin work as an in-house engineer for Sabres Of Paradise, while working with other members of the tight-knit dance community. He's credited by David Holmes, Beth Orton, The Aloof, Red Snapper, Primal Scream, Jon Carter and Barry Ashworth, testament to an all-encompassing production aptitude and a musical open-mindedness. Partnering Andrew Weatherall in 2 Lone Swordsmen, Keith's alter-ego, Radioactive Man, is an outlet for his solo work. Fabric 08 is techno changing state. Using Detroit's "electro future sound" and the UK's "industrial" movement as very loose inspiration, Tenniswood uses 17 tracks in creating a lava-hot, headstrong trip. Dot Allison's vocals and Sweetie's twisted bliss meet The Swordsmen's edge, Takeover Sound bring Motor City grooves, Depth Charge work the percussion and Imatran Voima plays it straight. Koma & Bones merge frequencies and filters; Jammin drops things deep; Anthony Rother spaces-out; and Basic Unit strip things back. The big bass hit of Radioactive Man's "'Ave That" is rewound then re-thought by Tim Wright before Tim's beat-defying "Going Down" clashes into The Kitbuilders' stealth-pop. Disco D and Princess Superstar stamp all over Dirty Hospital for a head-rushing finish. Spun-back and quickly-cut, this is a thunderstruck blend of spark-inducing electro beats.