The mix starts in a quirky manner with the electro ridden “Fish” by Skelf. Exile’s “Neuroscan” on the other hand is a total different class – breathtaking drum patterns with an exotic melody splattered with Dope Smugglaz “The Word” accapella – which leads smoothly into the PMT mix of the same tune. Many should be familiar with Medicine’s robot induced remix of “Daydream in Blue” by I Monster. Howie B’s trademark sound is ever present with his remix of “Cherry Lips” by Garbage. “Beautiful” by Lemonescent is as it name suggests, a beautiful fusion of breakbeat and tribal instincts. DJ Llopis’ “Clone the Clowns” should have you hopping around with its bouncing baseline while Jackyl And Hyde take you “Beyond” the early 90’s and straight into the 80’s. Prince Far I provides the finale to the mix with “Foundation Stepper”, a slow reggae inspired record to slow it down to a halt.
This is a brilliant mix, and in my opinion definitely one of the better Fabric releases, which is a compliment in itself. Variety all blended masterfully. Howie B has commented how difficult it was to do this mix, but the results indicate that he put all his time and effort into this mix for you to simply sit back, put the feet up and enjoy.