Good Morning Mix: Busy P shares Justice mix from Fabric in 2007
The global dance music community suffered a heavy blow with the closing of London’s legendary Fabric nightclub. The outpouring of support from DJs has been immense; Fabric was truly an integral institution of paramount importance to the international dance music body.
In the wake of the club’s closure, a condoling wave of nostalgia is beginning to roll in as veteran dance music influencers share their fondest memories from the venue. Among them is Ed Banger‘s Busy P, who wrote a heartfelt note reminiscing about key moments in the establishment of Fabric, some of his fondest memories from evenings at the world-renowned nightclub, and shared an old Justice mix delivered from the club’s floor dated Christmas, 2007. Busy recalls,
“I remember visiting FABRIC with a safety helmet on, they were building the best club on earth, with a revolutionary soundsystem with bass in the ground!
I remember when Daft Punk played for free in 2001 to raise money for Afghan kids.
I remember queueing in the stairs to see Aphex in room #3
I remember that NYE in 2006 with Xavier & Gaspard in room #2
I remember the parties with Erol Alkan and James Lavelle in room #1
I remember that rejected mix…
I’ll remember the great nights at FABRIC”
In an instant flashback to the bloghaus days, Busy P has unearthed Justice’s flawlessly punk-peppered disco and french house set at Fabric to close out 2007. The set recalls the greatly outnumbering good nights from the club and reminds us that even though one enduring dance institution has closed its doors, another one is about to make a big comeback.