Fabric, the London nightclub known for its celebrated Fabriclive mix series and Fabric Records and Houndstooth record labels, is starting a new imprint called Fabric Originals. The label “aims to release special projects from the artists that form the present and future of boundary pushing club music globally,” according to a statement shared with Pitchfork.
Accompanying the announcement, the label has released a new split EP from Eris Drew and Octo Octa, and shared the names of the artists behind its six first releases. I. Jordan, SHERELLE, DJ Bone, Helena Hauff, LCY, and Marcel Dettmann will all release music on the imprint, with I. Jordan and SHERELLE teaming up for a collaborative EP. The next installment in Fabric’s Fabric Presents series is a 26-track release from Nicola Cruz due out in November.
Read Pitchfork’s recent feature on Eris Drew and Octo Octa, “Trans Women DJs Are Taking Over the Club.”