Arriving shortly after midnight (but thankfully avoiding the longest queues we’ve ever seen thanks to advance tickets) we took a stroll around and checked out each room. Room 3 was the room we were most excited about, with the futureboogie showcase that was going down. It was pretty clear that we weren’t the only ones as the room quickly filled up and there was a steady stream of ravers heading into the intimate room.
Room 2 offered a heavier sound than the other two rooms with Ben Sims and Stephen Brown playing some great techno. It was the first time we’d seen these guys play and it won’t be the last. It was great to be able to switch from the deep/tech sounds of rooms 1 and 2 and loose ourselves to some banging techno.
We caught Art Department briefly in room 1, who as you would expect packed out the room. But as predicted, room 3 was where we spent most of the night…
futureboogie brought along their Bristol massive and it was an absolute pleasure to meet and spend the night with some of them. The highlight had to be Eats Everything, serving up a great set who was followed by our faves Waifs & Strays. An absolutely amazing night and one that affirms our view of fabric as one of the best clubs in the world.