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Fabric 37 Import

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Japan
  • ASIN: B000WPP918
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Simon J. Whight on 31 Oct. 2007
Format: Audio CD
Click. Click click. Bass thump. Fax noise.

Its been a bit like that recently hasn't it? Stripped down repetitive grooves wearing you down? Perhaps this is the solution.

This is the first Fabric in a good long while that hooks you in to see where the next turn takes you. Bug takes you on a journey through tech house that against the grain of current vogue, isn't centered around off-centred metronome timings, beats clicks and bass only mentalities and 'more abstract than thou' snobbery. I feel that this mix feels rather more like (dare I say it), Danny Tenaglia when he was at his peak. Low down funky tech house one moment before swinging into an afrocentric vocal groove and then leaving you on fire with a totally unnessasary and silly wobbly bassline (thank you Mikael Stavostrand, thank you...).

Exactly what you want to hear from a mix. Total disregard to stay within set boundaries of 'you must play Trapez progressive only' or 'must not contain vocals whatsoever' which in the end, stifles and kills off the flames of the current bright burning fashionable genre of the moment.

In the relentless monthly onslaught of Fabric CDs, this is certainly one that house fans should give some time to.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Wood on 29 April 2008
Format: Audio CD
This is a thoroughly enjoyable mix. I've had it for a few months now and its always nice to come back to it and discover something new about it. It never gets boring as there's feeling of constant flow and clever changes throughout. The mixing is beguiling in places and quite often you realise you've ended up somewhere you didn't expect, in a refreshing way. Steve Bug has that unknown quantity that sets the best Dj's apart. Recommended.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Niall O'Shea on 4 April 2008
Format: Audio CD
This is an unadventurous and derivative mix. It's almost entirely the kind of dull tech-house by numbers that I expect from the smug W1/EC1 set. By contrast, the Carl Craig Fabric mix or the Global Comms have personality, flair and taste, as well as being well rocking. The only exception on the Steve Bug mix is from the one artist on there whom I have the greatest respect: Charles Webster, who does a truly gorgeous, funky, trippy, uplifting remix that should have been the blueprint for the rest of Bug's mix.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
I would just get Fabric 38 instead. 14 Feb. 2008
By En Trance - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This mix came out 3 months prior to Fabric 38 in the UK, but strangely enough, it arrives in the US a mere week before, what is in my opinion, the far superior mix by M.A.N.D.Y. Bad move, as pitting the two side by side, it's clear that 38 is the more exciting mix, with a smoother flow, and lots more luscious melodies and soundscapes. They both feature mostly instrumental and similar sounding tech house and minimal, with this one featuring a few more vocals. The problem with Fabric 37 is the flow of the mix, and the tracks themselves. They play out with few exciting twists, and most are just run of the mill minimal house, muddling along from start to finish. Don't get me wrong, there are some great tracks on here, such as the otherworldly Consequence by DJ Swap, it's just I don't care for the mix overall as a whole.

While Bug's Poker Flat label has always remained consistent, I've been somewhat disappointed with his Dessous label's last two CD releases, Good Idea and Dessous' Best Kept Secrets. Phonique's bonus mix was decent, but most of his artist tracks fell short. The Best Kept Secrets 2 disc set featured only a couple of decent tracks, but mostly dull ones on the unmixed disc, and a rather flat DJ mix from the usually reliable Vincenzo. Sadly, 3 rather weak Dessous tracks fall into the latter portion of this mix, and really doesn't help it find it's peak. It really isn't any improvement over his lukewarm Fuse Presents mix, which I'd still opt for over this one. It was a little more varied, as it infused older techno tracks with new.

It's a no brainer for me: Fabric 38 is the one I recommend getting over this mix. Also, Fabric 31 is still a high point in the latest tech portion of the Fabric series.
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Minimal Heaven 16 Feb. 2009
By Marcelo Pinto - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I'll keep it simple on this one:

if you fancy minimal, go buy this one - it's flawlessly mixed, good tracks and really consistent.
if not... skip it and never think about this matter again;
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