12/11, London. FABRICLIVE: Objekt, Instra:Mental, Oneman Curates, Peverelist & More



Madam X

ROOM 2: Oneman Curates

Estella Boersma
Chavinski (aka Coco Bryce)


FABRICLIVE present a huge, genre-mutating line-up on Friday 12th November. A billing that promises a venture though wonkiest realms of experimental, hard-hitting electronica and beyond…

In fact, it’s hardly worth referring to genre. Objekt, our Room 1 special guest has a sound constantly in flux. To prescribe him a genre would be an oversight, specialising in a sound that veers through and upturns genre tropes and re-prescribes sonic elements wherever they are least expected.

Joining proceedings in Room 1 is experimental musical entity Insta:mental, Bristol-based visionary behind Livity Sound label Peverelist, and Grandmixxer, back with us after his last Farringdon outing alongside D Double E and more in September. Madam X – a crucial fixture in Manchester’s underground clubbing scene also takes to Room 1, with rapidly-rising artist Eich to round things off.

Room 2 is being specially curated by Oneman – a previous FABRICLIVE mix curator and good friend of the club, we know our second room is in good hands. He is bringing Estella Boersma, Chavinski and Tañ for the evening.


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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