Commix ‎– FabricLive.44

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Fabric (2) ‎– Fabric88
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FabricLive – 44
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CD, Mixed
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1 Commix Life We Live
Written-By, Producer – G. Levings*, G. Brewer*
5:11
2 Rufige Crew* Sometime Sad Day
Engineer – J. Muir*Written-By, Producer – C. Price*
2:32
3 dBridge* Creatures Of Habit
Written-By, Producer – Darren White (2)
4:21
4 Alix Perez The Reckoning
Written-By, Producer – A. Depauw*
2:21
5 Data (15) The Causeway
Producer – Data (15)Written-By – Nick Burne
1:59
6 Logistics Murderation
Producer – LogisticsWritten-By – Matt Gresham
2:54
7 Commix Justified
Written-By, Producer – G. Levings*, G. Brewer*
3:16
8 SpectraSoul Buried
Written-By, Producer – D. Kennett*, J. Stevens*
3:16
9 Calibre Can't Get Over You
Written-By, Producer – D. Martin*
3:05
10 Lynx (7) And Alix Perez Feat. Kemo (3) Dangerous
Featuring – Kemo (3)Written-By, Producer – A. Depauw*, J. Wilson (2), S. Nobes*
2:54
11 Commix Belleview (dBridge's Belle-reviewed Mix)
Remix – D-BridgeRemix [Credited To] – D. White*Written-By, Producer – G. Levings*, G. Brewer*
3:59
12 SpectraSoul & Ben-E Suppression
Written-By, Producer – C. Benfield*, D. Kennett*, J. Stevens*
3:59
13 Calibre In Denial
Written-By, Producer – D. Martin*
2:10
14 Commix Bear Music
Producer – CommixWritten-By – G. Levings*, G. Brewer*
2:10
15 Oak (8) No Sunrise
Written-By – Alexandre Starodubouf
3:16
16 Jonny L Common Origin
Written-By – Jon Lisners*
3:59
17 Breakage Old School Ting
Written-By, Producer – Breakage
2:32
18 Instra:mental No Future
Written-By, Producer – A.Green*, D. Kirkham*
3:16
19 Photek Yendi
Producer – PhotekWritten-By – Rupert Parkes
2:10
20 Instra:mental Photograph
Written-By – A.Green*, D. Kirkham*
5:30

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Notes

This mix was recorded at Red Bear Studios, Cambridge on the day Barack Obama became president of the United States using 2 CDJ1000's, a Technics 1210 and an Allen & Heath Mixer. Fabric thanks Dave Turner at DDM/360 Mastering.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 802560 008829
  • Matrix / Runout: Sony DADC FABRIC88 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY33
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI AEW03
  • Rights Society: mcps

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Fabric88P Commix FabricLive.44(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Fabric (2) Fabric88P UK 2009 Sell This Version

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insaintmusic

insaintmusic

June 2, 2013

One of the best drum&bass CD mixes I've ever heard. Selection is precise and mixin' is flawless. Must have for every dnb lover.
Headphone_Commute

Headphone_Commute

December 12, 2009
Please don’t hate me, but I’m still on a d’n'b kick… Every year London’s Fabric label puts out some of the most thought out compilations. I have officially become a fan, because I own every single volume. For FabricLive series, volume 44, the label invited George Levings and Guy Brewer, collectively known as Commix, to rip us a new one. Interestingly enough, the mix was recorded on the same day that Barack Obama became the President of the United States. On this mix, Commix starts off smooth, riding into nu-school, and finishing off with some classics, like Photek. Commix contributes four tracks of their own to the mix, picking out the anthems from Rufige Crew, Logistics, Calibre, Jonny L, and Instra:mental. And let’s face it, the cover art is pretty damn awesome. Be sure to also check out a mixed compilation by Omar S – Fabric 45: Omar S – Detroit.
drazel

drazel

July 28, 2009
edited over 8 years ago
Fabriclive 44 by Commix, or how to put d'n'b borders over and over. Keep it cool and steady with a breaked start, make everybody move with a liquid/nu school middle, and finish the all mix with some oldies backed with new tracks, for a general shape wich stick deep into your mind.

Some tracks of this live, like Data's Causeway, Logistics' Murderation or their own Justified are, of course, some future anthems, if their're not some kind of new painted and coloured walls in the old and cold streets of d'n'b.

Much respect for all the work on this mix and also for the duo. You'd make my ears more opened than ever...