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FRICTION/VARIOUS

Fabriclive 70: Friction

Format: mixed CD
Cat: FABRIC 140
Released: 11 Jul 13
Genre: Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. Optiv & BTK - "Understand VIP" (feat Sam Wills)
2. DC Breaks - "Swag"
3. Enei & Emperor - "Liberation"
4. Joe Ford/The Upbeats - "Instrument/One Step"
5. Insideinfo & Mefjus - "Mythos"
6. Nymfo - "Suddenly VIP"
7. Badmars & Shri - "Signs" (Calibre mix)
8. Technimatic - "Bristol"
9. Alix Perez - "Playing Games VIP" (feat D Ablo)
10. Villem & McLeod - "Another Star"
11. Ai - "You Can Dream"
12. Total Science - "Still Waiting"
13. Technimatic - "Sphere"
14. Chords - "Biting Point"
15. Technimatic - "Intersection"
16. Alix Perez - "Annie's Song" (feat Sam Wills - original vs Psy mash-up)
17. Dramatic - "Keep Pushing Me"
18. Kove - "Searching"
19. Nzshapeshifter - "Gravity" (Lenzman remix)
20. Break/Mefjus & Kasra - "Steam Train/Cypher"
21. Icicle - "Dreadnaught VIP" (feat SP:MC)
22. Ulterior Motive & Judda - "Timekeeper"
23. Friction & K Tee - "Jupiter" (Mefjus remix)
24. Icicle - "Minimal Funk VIP"
25. Rockwell - "Detroit"
26. Icicle - "Anxious"
27. Usual Suspects - "Killa Bees" (Insideinfo remix)
28. Donny & Audio - "Horribly Ribbed VIP"
29. Ulterior Motive - "Lost Contact"
30. DJ Hazard - "Timetripping"
31. Phace & Misanthrop/Noisia - "Desert Orgy VIP/Diplodocus"
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Review

Ed Keeley seems to have dropped the "DJ" bit from his Friction moniker, but he remains one of the most in-demand selectors on the drum and bass scene. Having released his first mix CD way back in 2000, he's something of a veteran. That makes it doubly surprising that this is his first contribution to the FabricLive series. Predictably, it's a bit of a whirlwind 70-minutes, with Friction constantly entertaining by restlessly chopping between snare-heavy rollers (Nymfo, Insideinfo & Mefjus), twinkling carnival jams (Technimatic's sparkling old skool tribute to the West Country, "Bristol"), deeper flavours (Alix Perez, the wide-eyed rush of AI's "You Can Dream"), jaunty liquid funk (Chords, a tasty Calibre remix of two) and techier beats (Icicle, Ulterior Motive & Judda).

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