- Glom – Together
- Chuck Love – Yellow Truth (Atnarko Mix)
- JT Donaldson & Uneaq – Why Not Rock?
- Ricardo Rae – Lead The Way
- John Larner & Slater Hogan – Hettin Ready
- Inland Knights – Where Ya At?
- Homer Espinosa – Got This Feeling (LNS Disco Dub)
- Alexander East – Believe En Me
- Frank Solano – The Blue Line (Tommy Largo Remix)
- Kris G – Feel My Love (Bobby Valentine Mix)
- Non Believers – Stasera
- Johnny Fiasco – Last Word
- Mood II Swing – Closer (Oliver Desmet & Fred Everything Mix)
- James Curd – Pick Up What I’m Putting Down
- Rylan White Featuring Olly Brunton – There Goes The Neighbourhood
- Lawnchair Generals – Broke Acid
- Jeremy Joshua – Make Dat Shit (Derrick Carter Mix)
- DJ Sneak – Mumbler
- Prztz – Brutality
- Mark Farina – Das Shibuya (Cheeba Mix)
- King Kooba – Hoose Musik
Always a fan of Mark Farina and the amazing versatility he brings to all of his sets, when I saw this, there was no question of whether the purchase was justified, and Mark hasn’t let the audio interceptors down at all. The disc moves between jackin and minimal house the whole way through, which is a nice little change up from Farina’s normal jazzy style and quite reflective of the Fabric label. When Farina mixed the CD he said
“… I played a sort of fictitious set at fabric on a night that doesn’t exist. Musically, I tried to capture the techy, jackin’ Chicago/SF side of the house spectrum – dubby, chunky tracks. I tried to pick tunes from all over the world. I picked a good variation of underground goodies, a lot of which are unreleased or hopefully not on any other compilations. Tracks that have a good “shelf life” but that aren’t proven hits; hidden gems that might go over looked in this fast paced music era.”
Frank Solano’s The Blue Line (Tommy Largo Remix) is one of the standout tracks on the CD and really kicks it up a notch. This is the stuff I’d love to hear all night long, to keep a dancefloor going all night long. The combination of Mood II Swing’s Closer (Oliver Desmet & Fred Everything Mix) and James Curd’s Pick Up What I’m Putting Down is another standout moment on the disc and really picks me up!!! The tracks are melded together so well that it’s hard to tell where one starts and the other finishes. This peak tails off very quickly into a minimal sound, which sounds like Farina was trying to emulate the later hours of the morning of a night at Fabric. The bouncy minimalism of Lawnchair Generals’ Broke Acid is quite fun and enjoyable, and Jeremy Joshua’s Make Dat Shit (Derrick Carter Mix) definitely continues on this trend, albeit slightly tougher… Prztz’s Brutality is just that; quite brutal on the ears, being quite quirky in it’s vocals and fx. The Cheeba’s Mix of Mark Farina’s Das Shibuya is quite mellow and chilled with some crazy japanese man rambling on and on over a bassline that sounds like the hook from Afrika Baambaataa’s Planet Rock which was a bit of a spinout when I first heard it and actually placed the bassline… King Kooba’s Hoose Musik is a nice finishing touch to the disc placing warm synth style chords and unusual effects over a bouncy minimal house sound combined with a quirky acapella sample to sign off and out.