Ever since the doors of Fabric swung back open in January this year, it has re-established itself as London’s most important club. The cobwebs have been swept away and the venue seems to have more focus and identity than ever before. Anyone who has graced Fabric’s dancefloors since the reopening will confirm, the once cramped spaces now feel spacious, and filled with revellers who are there for the right reason, the music.
This Saturday was no different… with only room 1 open Nicole Moudaber hosted an intimate and winding journey through techno, supported deftly by DJ Deep and Marcel Fengler. With DJ Deep opening, It was really Fengler’s set that established the mood for the night, weaving an unexpected tale of Detroit acid through a dark and brooding Berlin lense. As Moudaber took to the decks everything moved down a peg (queue all those iPhones on record). This false sense of hiatus came on as slowly as it’s demise and within an hour she had the crowd on fire. Musical excursions of various flavours followed to round of another winning night for both Moudaber and Fabric alike.
All that’s left to say really is, can we have some more please?
Contributor: Ben Earle