The Prototypes bring the driving DNB force of Get Hype back to Farringdon this time taking over Room One with one of the most important Drum ‘n’ Bass acts in history heading up the room - Bad Company. Straight of the back of his amazing new album on Between - Phace returns with the full thrust of his razor sharp sound design plus Original Sin & Sub Zero bring back their legendary G Dub project the undisputed kings of jump up. Also playing on the night are more from the stellar Get Hype family with Malux, Glitch City ad Night Shift all in tow beside 2Shy, Eksman, Dread MC, Lowqui and Kerizma who are all on hosting duty.
Born at the cusp of the UK’s rave history and acid house revolution - Epidemik have been a central force in rave culture for over two decades. From warehouses, to fields and the nation’s best clubs they have brought values of positivity with hardcore and breakbeat rhythms. Tonight they celebrate their 23rd year in Room Two with the backing of our Pioneer Pro Audio system. The first MC and DJ duo lead the way as Ratpack head the bill, Billy Daniel Bunter is also in the house along The Ragga Twins who will be performing a live PA. DNB original forces Kenny Ken and Nicky Blackmarket also appear alongside Epidemik residents Kezman, Social Logic and Terry-M.
Four 40 come south from their home of Birmingham to showcase the best of the label’s family and take on bass powered house and garage in Room Three. Label heads and production trio Hybrid Theory lead the charge joined by MC and frequent collaborator Trilla. Label favourites Tengu B2B Mofaux, PVC, Mistakay, Tuff Culture, Biggoss are also in the house.
FABRICLIVE - The home of UK underground music.
Advance tickets: These are valid all night and give priority entry until 1am. If you arrive after 1am you will be asked to queue with non-ticket holders.
fabric is an over 19s venue
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fabric operates a zero tolerance policy to drugs. Anyone found with illegal drugs will be banned from the venue and reported to the police.