VA - Fabric Presents Elevator Music Vol.1 (2010) MP3/Flac

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.ARTIST : VA

.ALBUM : Fabric Presents Elevator Music: Vol. 1

.GENRE : Bass

.QUALITY : Lame 3.98 (320kbps) / 44.1kHz / Joint Stereo

.RELEASE DATE : 08-02-2010

.RUNTIME : 83:35 min

.SIZE : 16 Track(s): 191.6MB

.SOURCE : WEB

.CATNUM : FABCD008D

.LABEL : Fabric



.TRACKLiST.

|01 Hot City - If That's How I Feel 5:19

|02 XxXy - Sing With Us 6:41

|03 Doc Daneeka - Drums In The Deep 4:19

|04 Hackman - Pistol In Your Pocket 5:00

|05 Julio Bashmore - The Moth 4:58

|06 Untold - Bad Girls 5:27

|07 Octa Push - Doctor Bayard 4:12

|08 Shortstuff - Behave 2:48

|09 Skinnz - Ukraine 6:14

|10 Mosca - Gold Bricks, I See You 6:28

|11 Martyn - Friedrichstrasse 5:08

|12 Vista - Elixir 6:13

|13 Caspa & Rusko - One Of The Same 5:35

|14 Om Unit - Encoded 3:38

|15 Starkey - Black Monolith 5:35

|16 Shortstuff & Brackles - Melvin Blue 6:00

Total: 83:35 min



.NOTES.





London's dance music powerhouse Fabric commendably takes up the role of curator

for the current explosion of producers reforming the whole dubstep/garage/house

techno thing right now. Accompanied by an impressive clubnight lineup,

'Elevator Music' shelters Hot City, Mosca, Martyn, Starkey, Untold, Doc Daneeka

and many more under a future sounds banner, helping those listeners who are too

lost within narrow generic bandwidths to get a grip of it all. The hugely tipped

Hot City leads out the troops with the post-Todd Edwards flex of 'If That's How

I Feel', before XXXY makes a stylistic detour with the tough house bounce of

'Sing With Us' and Doc Daneeka winds it up tribal styles with 'Drums In The

Deep'. Bristol's bright hope Julio Bashmore provides the deeper strokes of 'The

Moth', while Untold's cracking exclusive 'Bad Girls' is surely one of the

biggest pojnts of interest, complemented by Shortstuff's 'Behave' and Mosca's

anthem-in-waiting 'Gold Bricks, I See You'. Special mention should also go to

the tehno charged 'Elixir' from newcomer Vista, and of course Martyn's brilliant

'Friedrichstrasse', further fraying the knot of Berlin>London>NYC fusions. To

sum up, It's all about as essential as gets right now if you're following the

ever-morphing prism of UK dance.




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