The legendary fabriclondon has just released the residency programme for 2021. After a long year the club is back in full force with a lineup filled with fresh new faces. Although Fabric continuously hosts top of the line event nights, the resident DJ’s are what brought their reputation to what it is today. Never letting us down and always ready with fresh sets and high energy.  Fabric London says, “our residents are an integral part of the club – not just good DJ’s, but hard grafters; making an impact in the industry, and shaping the scene.”

Saying goodbye to past regulars DJ’s are Voigtmann and Jay Clarke. But they won’t be gone for long! You’ll just be seeing a little less of them as they make space for new and exciting projects. With Voigtmann’s upcoming debut release with John Dimas, under the moniker of Voigt.mas, we don’t blame him.

The new faces consist of a diverse range of sounds. From techno duo Tapefeed to Ila Brugal, bringing heavy base straight from Italy. Jossy Mitsu is a Rinse FM radio selector so his knowledge of new sound is unmatched. Next up to the plate is Josh Caffe, founder of LGBTQ night, Love Child. With a talent for reading the crowd and tailoring the set uniquely to them.  Hutch is a veteran at keeping the dance floor going with previous resident experience at Ministry of Sound. Last but not least, is Harry McCanna . A regular across the London music scene and a well deserved spot amongst the resident DJ’s. Jossy Mitsu, Hutch, and Harry McCanna can all be found at Fabric’s opener party this Friday. This new generation of residents are bringing a fresh outlook to the club, and are ready to bring next level energy.

Continuing their residencys and joining the newcomers will be Anna Wall, IMOGEN, Mantra, Jaden Thompson, and Bobby. A list full of incredible talent and a year to look forward to. Head to resident advisor to take a look at all the upcoming events.


Words by Gabrielle Runzer


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