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Fabric 81 with Matt Tolfrey

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In an era where podcasts and mix series are so abundant, one that has stood the test of time is the iconic mix series from Fabric. Since 2001 Fabric has been a platform for artists to showcase their style and put together a true sonic adventure for the listener. Fabric 81 features the work of Matt Tolfrey, and as expected he brings forth some serious dance material.

“This is the mix I have been hoping to achieve my whole career. I’ve basically tried to fit in eleven years of my experiences at fabric, but trust me it’s been hard as there’ve been so many. There are records on here that I remember playing the first time I ever played at the club, and there are records on here I can’t wait to play at the club again. By editing nearly all the tracks on the mix, I was able to fit it all in.” – Matt Tolfrey

You can listen to the 30-minute preview of Fabric 81 below, with the full mix being available for purchase on iTunes and the Fabric Official Website.

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With the delivery of Fabric 81, Matt Tolfrey joins an esteemed group of artists who have all left their sonic mark through the Fabric imprint. With the release it’s only appropriate that Fabric hosts the official launch party. This Saturday April 25th the famed London club will host the Fabric 81 Launch Party with Matt Tolfrey, Cassy, Alan Fitzpatrick, Gregor Tresher, and more.

Fabric 81 Tracklist

01. Rednail Kidz – Do My Thing
02. Dan Beaumont – The Bath House
03. Gideon Bouwens – Life Stories Part 3.2
04. Genius of Time – Tom Jam
05. Aaron Carl – My House (Doc Martin & Eddie Amador’s Wax Dub)
06. Skat – Nightlife (Kenny Hawkes & David Parr Remix)
07. Bell – File One
08. Nail – I Think It’s Love
09. Someone Else – Jena Jazz (DiY Remix)
10. Jon Convex – Zero
11. Dott Farm – Gettin’ Bullied
12. jozif – A Million To One (Kerb Staller Edit)
13. Phil Weeks – Social Club
14. Gregorythme – (R)evolution
15. Pure Science – It’s Magic
16. Cassy – Idle Blues
17. Hector – A Clown Called Snapper
18. 2nd Shift feat. Heather – Somethin’ Else (This Year’s Peasant Look)
19. Marschmellows – 2 8 3 4 (Richard Wolfsdorf Remix)
20. Minimal Man – Treatment Feel (Soul Capsule vs Tan Ru Mix)
21. Sam Russo – Your Call
22. Matt Tolfrey – Lost In Space
23. Kevin Yost – Istanbul 2
24. Soichi Terada – Tokyo XXX
25. Lansdowne – Question Time

Asylum celebrates 6 yrs of House & Techno with Matt Tolfrey

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Asylum after-hours based in Honolulu, Hawaii will be celebrating their 6th anniversary with Leftroom Records’ Matt Tolfrey this Saturday evening along with the talented Asylum residents Zane, Willis Haltom, Cryptik, Fathom, Jimmy Lee, Bernies Diction, Loic Tambay, Higher Concept, and Russell Trent (Russoul).

The humble story of this boutique nightclub on the Island of Oahu have been getting global recognition ever since landing on the DJ Mag top 100 Club ranks in 2011 and have managed to stay on that elite list for the past 4 years. Their island vibe approach towards the scene has deemed them one of the friendliest and welcoming group constantly hosting special guests in the likes of Dubfire, Nina Kraviz, Lee Foss, Justin Martin, Mr. C, Lauren Lane, Endo, Benoit & Sergio, Tim Green, Steve Prior, Sugiurumn, disCern, Ardalan, and more.

Last year, the club took a major shift by launching their own record label, Asylum Confidential, which aims to bring quality electronic music from Hawaii to the world showcasing their own roster’s productions as well as linking up with artists for remix and collaborations such as Matt Fear, Butane, Corey Baker, Ardalan, Nikko Gibler, and many more. The label which ties nicely in to their club brand will pave the way for Asylum’s ultimate vision and goal. While the movement in Hawaii may be humbling, the impact they are making is creating waves that can be felt across the global electronic music community.

If you happen to be in Honolulu this weekend we highly recommend checking out Asylum for their 6th year anniversary. If you’re lucky enough to stay through the end and beyond, a Sunday boat gathering should be in store as part of their weekend tradition. Event info and tickets can be found here.

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