Given his meteoric rise over the last two years, it's perhaps no surprise to find New York-based techno star Levon Vincent behind the decks on this latest Fabric mix. His mixing and production style - dubby, fluid and loose, but prone to periods of paranoid darkness and intense moments of sun-bright clarity - is tailor-made for an album like this. As a result, Fabric 63 is a memorable journey that touches on all of these traits, from the spine tingling, dubwise deepness of his own "The End" and apocalyptic "Early Reflections", to the elastic, melody-driven rubberyness of Joey Anderson, reflective groovery of Jus-Ed and growling menace of Anthony Parasole.
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