10/12, London. FABRICLIVE: Keep Hush x Wavey Garms x EQ50

After a jam-packed club debut this summer, we’re inviting underground collective Keep Hush back for another huge room takeover. This time alongside pioneering female-led drum & bass collective EQ50 and one of London’s leading fashion & culture brands, Wavey Garms.

EQ50, co-run by Flight, Chickaboo, Sweetpea and our resident Mantra, are paving the way for fairer representation of women in d&b. Run by women, for women, EQ50 specialise in mentorship workshops redressing gender imbalance in the genre, and the industry more broadly. By no means their first event with us – expect an all-female room takeover pushing some of the genre’s more foremost up-and-coming talent.

If you don’t know Wavey Garms, get to know. They’ve been well on our radar, not least after hosting London Unlocked with Fabio, Grooverider, Oneman & bluetoof back in March. You might have seen SHERELLE donning the Wavey Garms x agrknit knit jumper on the cover of her new FABRICLIVE compilation too… The space they occupy is truly exciting, expect a forward-thinking room billing crossing a variety of UK sounds.

Full line-up incoming. Expect anything from bass, d&b, garage, breaks and beyond.


Entry 19+. Please remember to bring ID with you. No ID, no Entry.

To ensure the safety and protection of each other and the wider community, we require proof of a negative test covid result (Either Lateral Flow Test or PCR) from within 48hrs before entry or proof of double vaccination. This is mandatory for entry. Lateral Flow Tests are free from any pharmacy and are easy to do yourself at home. Log your result on the NHS Covid-19 App or gov.uk website.
fabric strives to create an open and safe space for artists and clubbers; we operate a zero-tolerance policy to racism, homophobia, transphobia, sexism, ageism and any form of discrimination. We ask for all of our community to help improve our space. If you see behaviour that has no place on the dance floor, please tell us. We will deal with it and remove any offending individuals from our club.
fabric also operates a zero-tolerance policy to drugs. Anyone found with illegal drugs will be banned from the venue and reported to the police.


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