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Boomkat Product Review:
A particularly great Fabriclive instalment from James Ford and Jas Shaw, this album features some discerning selections from a variety of genres, striking up a fine balance between timeless, vintage material and fresh new sounds. The playlist begins with some predictably fashionable disco exploits, courtesy of Hercules & Love Affair, SMD themselves and Sisters Of Transistor, before getting sidetracked into Berlin future acid via an extremely welcome Smith N Hack appearance. The DFA's Shit Robot and Kompakt's Perc & Fractal make appearances soon after, sitting comfortably alongside Metro Area's 'Miura'. The inclusion of a few classics certainly doesn't hurt, and dotted around the mix, you'll encounter music by Raymond Scott, Moebius Plank Neumeier, Moon Dog and a closing sequence that within the space of a few minutes moves from Plastikman's 'Spastik' to The Walker Brothers' seminal 'Night Flights' using Green Velvet's 'Flash' as an intermediary. This genre-hopping music policy never sounds tokenistic, or like an attempt at checking all the right hipster boxes, instead Ford and Shaw come across as two guys with good ears and great record collections.