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Explosive power house, Digital Soundboy Soundsystem is back with their first official mix, FABRICLIVE 63. Capturing the carnival spirit of its label and notorious parties perfectly, FABRICLIVE 63 is club mixes at its best. The upcoming album showcases sounds from drum n’ bass, dubstep, dancehall, garage, house and beyond. FABRICLIVE 63 was mixed by Digital Soundboy Soundsystem members, Shy FX, B.Traits and Breakage, as they each separately chose their favourite tracks before working on the mix together in the Digital Soundboy studio. Coming together, FABRICLIVE 63 features a mix of exclusive dubs and upcoming releases from the Digital Soundboy family; tracks such as Zed Bias’ ‘Heavy Water Riddim’ and Dismantle’s ‘Warp’, classic anthems like Shy FX’s ‘Original Nuttah’, and the unexpected such as M.A.N.D.Y vs Booka Shade ‘Body Language’.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Showcasing the Digital Soundboy crew’s talented abilities, FABRICLIVE 63 brings together myriad genres and styles in the freshest way possible and creates a pure party-starting selection. The album ducks and weaves its way across the wide musical spectrum, and like the label itself, refuses to be pigeonholed. FABRICLIVE 63 is destined to be a pure party-starting selection that will put a smile on many a face and a bounce in your step.

They will be having a release party to celebrate on Friday 11 May at their FABRICLIVE venue in Fabric, London.  The night features three rooms with guest such as Shy FX, Breakage, B Traits, Scratch Perverts, Mumdance, Dismantle, Dave Gamble and MCs like, SP:MC, Youngman, Stamina MC and much more.

For more details on how to pre order the album and attend the party, please visit:

http://www.fabriclondon.com/store/fabriclive-63-397.html

And

http://www.fabriclondon.com/club/listings

FABRICLIVE 63, is out 21st May 2012

 

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