London’s Fabric nightclub makes 20 years of iconic mixes available to listen on Apple Music

The first drop includes sets by the likes of John Digweed, Rob da Bank, Mark Farina and more.

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London’s Fabric nightclub has made its iconic mix archive, including 20 years’ worth of live sets, available to stream for Apple Music users.

Fabric, described by Apple as “one of the world’s most venerated electronic music brands since its 1999 launch,” revealed yesterday (13 December) that 10 of their mixes would be uploaded onto the streaming platform each month.

The first batch of mixes includes sets from DJs the likes of John Digweed (fabric 20), Rob da Bank (fabric 24), Carl Craig (fabric 25), Mark Farina (fabric 40), John Tejada (fabric 44), Diplo (FABRICLIVE 24), DJ Marky (FABRICLIVE 55), Pinch (FABRICLIVE 61), Kasra (FABRICLIVE 62), as well as the very first FABRICLIVE mix by James Lavelle from 2001.

Fabric also premiered the first five sets from the 2021 London Unlocked – a series of live performances at iconic venues across the capital. Fans can now listen to tracks featuring Batu, Kode9, Midland, Shy One and Djrum.

The partnership with Apple Music, according to fabric, is “the very first-time mixes from our longstanding fabric and FABRICLIVE series will be available to stream.”

Meanwhile, Fabric also revealed its FABRICLIVE lineup for December through January 2022. Topping the list of DJs and musicians are Sub Focus, Turno, Roni Size, Micky Finn and Aphrodite, among many others.

Listen to the mixes at Apple Music.