Levon Vincent ‎– Fabric 63

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Fabric (2) ‎– fabric125
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Fabric (3) – 63
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CD, Compilation, Mixed
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1 Joey Anderson (2) Earth Calls
Written-By, Producer – Joey Anderson (2)
2 DJ Jus-Ed* Blaze (Do Dah Dab Mix)
Producer – DJ Jus-Ed*Written-By – Edward McKeithen
3 JM De Frias Intrinsic Motivation
Written-By, Producer – Jose Miguel De Frias*
4 Levon Vincent Stereo Systems
Written-By, Producer – Levon Vincent
5 Levon Vincent Polar Bear
Written-By, Producer – Levon Vincent
6 DJ Qu Times Like This
Written-By, Producer – DJ Qu
7 Levon Vincent Fear
Written-By, Producer – Levon Vincent
8 Levon Vincent Double-Jointed Sex Freak II
Written-By, Producer – Levon Vincent
9 Joey Anderson (2) Hydrine
Written-By, Producer – Joey Anderson (2)
10 Anthony Parasole Tyson
Written-By, Producer – Anthony Parasole
11 Levon Vincent The End
Written-By, Producer – Levon Vincent
12 Black Jazz Consortium Blacklight
Written-By, Producer – Fred Peterkin
13 Levon Vincent Early Reflections
Written-By, Producer – Levon Vincent
14 Levon Vincent Rainstorm II
Written-By, Producer – Levon Vincent
15 Black Jazz Consortium Far Away (Atmospheric Pass)
Written-By, Producer – Fred Peterkin

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0802560012529
  • Matrix / Runout: www.keyproduction.co.uk FABRIC125 01
  • Matrix / Runout: Sony DADC
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY34
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI AEW35
  • Rights Society: mcps

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
fabric125p Levon Vincent Fabric 63(CDr, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Fabric (2) fabric125p UK 2012 Sell This Version

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Jazzual

Jazzual

June 13, 2012

Levon Vincent seems to have taken elements of Techno, Deep House, Ambient, Bass music put them into the mixer and produced a sound which is genuinely new. This mix certainly avoid falling into any obvious categories - there is innovation on show. The BPMs are fairly slow but the sounds are bass heavy and pretty intense. Vincent's Stereo Systems has a skanking, industrial edge while Early Reflections brings in dub effects sounding like Deepchord on steroids.

There is no hands in their air euphoria, this is a heads down late night session, likely to appeal more to guys than girls. However, it's not all pounding dark vibes. The End is practically an ambient track, a beautiful one too, and the mix is rounded off with Black Jazz Consortium's dreamy Far Away. A comedown classic in the making.

Fabric are still turning out great mixes and Levon Vincent has delivered one of the best in recent years.

TheEnabler

TheEnabler

April 28, 2012
Definitely a solid mix by Levon. He truly has an understanding of sound and simplicity and how to use both to great effect. The Fabric mix has a very raw feel but occasionally leans over to the tender side such as on his track 'The End' which he mixes beautifully with 'Backlight' from Black Jazz Consortium. I believe he captures the feeling of the club well and showcases some exceptional music of his own and his associates. If you were to walk into the club round 6/7am on a sunday morning, you could definitely expect to hear some of these late night jams and probably see people freaking the fuck out to them, people such as myself.

Good Job Levon!!! keep it up!!!
jiggawhat

jiggawhat

April 24, 2012
edited over 4 years ago

On repeated listens I warmed up to the set. Just when you thought the mix CD was becoming irrelevant, they put out an exceptional mix like this one. I really love the style - it's a blend of house and techno with slow, bare-bones grooves. The one downside perhaps is that its a bit uninteresting at the start; it takes rather long to develop. Once it gets going, it can't be beat.