The space will be used primarily as a platform for emerging talent.
London club fabric has shared details about new improvements made to Room Three.
As recently announced, September 14th marks the Farringdon club's return to regularly running all three rooms. For the occassion, fabric has installed a new Pioneer system, including four subwoofers. The DJ booth has been moved onto the dance floor at the back of the room, creating a more intimate space for both dancers and DJs.
The room is billed to act as a platform for rising UK talent during FABRICLIVE nights, with collectives like She Said So (November 9th), 3000 Bass (September 28th), Then & Now (October 26th), Tumble Audio (September 14th) and Addictive Behaviour (fabric's Birthday Weekend, October 19th) all appearing in coming months.
Like the former Room Two rig, Room Three's old soundsystem will be auctioned off in the future. The old Room Two soundsystem sold for nearly £12,000 in 2017.
See a preview of the updated space.