Fabric London is either about to announce really good or bad news.
Given Fabric London‘s rocky history as of late, what appears to be an inventive marketing campaign has given much of the electronic music world cause for concern. The Farrington nightclub has replaced its online resources with black images – and removed other accounts altogether.
A visit to FabricLondon.com reveals a solid black screen with no visible text or links, and the nightclub’s Twitter and Instagram accounts have been scrubbed save for similar profile pictures. On Facebook, the business page tied to Fabric London appears to have been taken private or deactivated.
Having opened its doors in 1999, Fabric faced permanent closure in 2016 after the Islington Council revoked their license in the wake of two 18-year-old’s deaths. The decision was appealed and the nightclub was allowed to reopen before the end of the year.
At the time of writing, it remains to be seen whether Fabric London’s management is building anticipation for an announcement or preparing to deliver more unfortunate news.
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Two Years since the hot mess that was Fyre Festival, its still stands as a stark reminder of how not to organize a festival. Although the festival itself is long gone, the founder & organizers haven’t been having the time of their lives. With court rulings of wire fraud & money laundering and ultimately the founder being sentenced to 6 years in prison. The full story of what went down at the festival itself still remains in the form of 1st hand accounts from attendees & scattered news articles.
But thanks to Netflix (and Hulu too) in January 2019 we will get to see actual footage from the festival. On January 18th we’ll get to see how ‘Fyre’ it actually was (it wasn’t). Produced by Vice Studios, Library Films, and Jerry Media, this is one documentary dance music fans should definitely get around to watching.
So check out the trailer below for what will be one fyre documentary.
Get your exclusive first look at FYRE — a revealing new doc about the insanity and rapid unraveling of Fyre Festival: the greatest party that never happened. Premieres January 18. #NetflixNewsWeek pic.twitter.com/B4iaR3UJwM
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By Real EDM — 10 months ago
Gareth Emery has always been a man of the people. His openness to share and brutal honesty are not only why people love his music, but respect him as a person. He has openly spoken out on his mental health, his family, and the music industry. All are somewhat taboo topics.
Today, he reached out to those needing some guidance. His first message came through Facebook. Here, Gareth speaks on being “obsessed” as the key ingredient to a perfect vocal trance track. He notes how people seem to want something to sound good right away, but aren’t willing to sacrifice what it takes to make a track “special” or “perfect.”
He apparently has a mind-blowing track in the works, which should excite any Gareth Emery fan. However the bigger message is to not settle for “good” if you want to change the game.
His second post came through on Instagram. Here, he spoke on arguably his most iconic track, ‘Concrete Angel,’ with the incomparable Christina Novelli. The post details how he tried and tried to put the music to the vocals, but couldn’t find the right fit. He labored and killed himself, only to find a dead end. As he was about to give up, he gave one more try and finally nailed it.
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Long story short – don’t give up. Push through the crap if you want to see the fruits of you labor. Give a listen to ‘Concrete Angel’ below, and just know that it didn’t come easy or on the first try.
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