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Fabric's co-founder's speech form licensing hearing released online

Following the deaths of two attendees earlier this summer, legendary London nightclub Fabric was forced to close its doors permanently following a revocation of its license by the Islington Council. The licensing subcommittee ruled, after a six hour hearing, that the club’s drug prevention policies were insufficient, and the venue could not remain open. Cameron Continue reading Fabric's co-founder's speech form licensing hearing released online

DJs respond to Fabric closure

On September 7, iconic London nightclub Fabric had their business license permanently revoked at a heated six hour hearing at the Islington Town Hall. The subcommittee debated the effectiveness revocation would have on future drug-related deaths at the club, but ultimately ruled against the venue, stating in part: “There is a culture of drugs at Fabric which Continue reading DJs respond to Fabric closure

Fabric Nightclub provides official response to forced closure – Dancing Astronaut

On September 7, iconic London nightclub Fabric was forcibly closed after a six hour licensing hearing at Isling Town Hall, wherein a subcommittee debated whether or not a revocation of the venue’s license was a necessary measure to prevent further drug-related fatalities. Ultimately moving to revoke Fabric’s license, the sub-committee ruled, “There is a culture Continue reading Fabric Nightclub provides official response to forced closure – Dancing Astronaut

Fabric will close its doors indefinitely after losing its license – Dancing Astronaut

“There is a culture of drugs at Fabric which management cannot control,” stated Flora Williamson, sub-committee chair of Licensing at Islington Town Hall on Monday evening. Williamson’s statement concluded a six-hour debate over the fate of London’s Fabric nightclub, with the final decision by the committee to revoke the venue’s license. Council members ultimately decided that the best Continue reading Fabric will close its doors indefinitely after losing its license – Dancing Astronaut

Watch Porter Robinson's full performance from Electric Zoo – Dancing Astronaut

Worlds may have been released two years ago, but Porter Robinson is still immersed in the seemingly endless afterglow of his debut album. In fact, his new indie, eletropop direction has guided him into global superstardom as he tours around the world headlining shows of varying sizes. The young producer recently stopped in New York over Labor Day Weekend Continue reading Watch Porter Robinson's full performance from Electric Zoo – Dancing Astronaut

Listen to a rumored new Porter Robinson remix of ZHU's 'Faded' – Dancing Astronaut

This past weekend, Porter Robinson made one of his last few festival appearances of the year at Bumbershoot, Seattle’s premier 3-day music festival. One of the tracks he dropped is suspected to be a new remix of ZHU’s iconic debut, “Faded,” though it has yet to be confirmed as Porter’s own. It’s also in dispute at this time whether it’s was Continue reading Listen to a rumored new Porter Robinson remix of ZHU's 'Faded' – Dancing Astronaut

Skrillex Plays MoMA PS1 as Surprise 'Warm Up' Headliner

This weekend, Skrillex had locals breaking a sweat at MoMA PS1, NYC’s most contemporary music venue. Announced as a special guest the day of the show, Skrillex would be making an appearance once again in the modern museums courtyard. PS1 announced, “We are beyond excited to announce that this week’s special guest is Warm Up’s longtime Continue reading Skrillex Plays MoMA PS1 as Surprise 'Warm Up' Headliner

FREE DOWNLOAD: "Seconds"  Ambassadeurs

Progressive electronica artists Mark Dobson, aka Ambassadeurs, dropped a free download of “Seconds” in anticipation of his forthcoming debut album, “Patterns” (which is currently available on Spotify), coming out on his Lost Tribe Records imprint.    Spanning future bass, IDM, ambient electronic and melodic techno – Ambassadeurs sonic landscape is all over the map on Continue reading FREE DOWNLOAD: "Seconds" Ambassadeurs