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Boomkat Product Review:
We can't believe it's taken this long for Fabric to mobilise Zip into delivering a mix for their banner series. Here it is, anyway, and the Perlon co-founder's forensically detailed, keenly swung house sound is coming over as fresh and effective as ever. He was one of the true architects of noughties minimal, but to his credit, and wisely, he's always shied away from the limelight, happy to be known as the DJ's DJ; as such he's never really grown tiresome in the way that some of his peers and proteges have. Fabric67 starts out tougher than you might expect, with the stripped EBM-lite of Vedomir's 'Dreams' and San Proper's deadly stepper 'Pam Pam', and it doesn't really let up. There are some proper classics woven into the mix, like Nail's evergreen '96 jacker 'Til The Feeling's Gone', as well as the expected contributions from Perlon crew (Melchior Productions, Soul Capsule); the likes of Isolee, Kenny Larkin, Terrence Dixon and DJ Qu also feature on a mix that feels very "now" in its scuffed, US-heavy housiness, but also very honest and very durable.