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Boomkat Product Review:
Fabric 74 is in the safe hands of Dave Moufang aka Move D for a cherry-picked 15 tracks selection spanning House music vintage and up-to-the-minute. As you probably all well know by now, Move D is a one of the most cultishly adored European Deep House DJs and electronic producers in the world. Since the early '90s he's amassed a massive stockpile of eclectic releases on his own Source label, based in historic Heidelberg, South West Germany, including 26 albums with the late ambient music pioneer, Pete Namlook, beside countless other collaborations and solo productions strafing the lines between Jazz, Electronica and House music. More recently he's been practically deified due to his deeply-informed DJ sets of classic American and European House, most notably at the annual Freerotation chum-off, which, if you believe the hype, are akin to spiritual experiences. For Fabric, he's picked 15 nuggets running the gamut from Roy Davis Jr's 'Under Tha Sun' Liberty City's Murk Records classic, 'Some Lovin'' thru to modern bass music by Dom 877, a choice 'Loosey Goosey' by Juju Jordash - his hardware improvising pals from Magic Mountain High - and an as-yet-unreleased gem from up-and-coming Manchester producer, Willow ov the 808 posse.