For their installment in the esteemed series, Soul Clap venture through hip-hop, funk, soul, disco, and modern house. The mix signals a decade of releases and follows on from last year’s self-titled artist album and their 2015 EP with seminal funk legend George Clinton. It's a typically unconventional mix from the duo, from the soulful rhythms of Baltimore duo Life On Planets to Ken Gill’s house anthem "Love Moon."
On the mix, the duo state:
“It’s a huge honor to do a fabric mix and we wanted to make it special, and paint a picture of our eclectic musical world, but stay rooted in house music. We have so many memories at fabric and this mix represents the music that we play there, faster tempo, more electronic drums, deep and trippy sounds. But we still believe that mixes should be appropriate to listen to at home, on your headphones, or at an afterparty getting silly with friends; energetic, but always gentle.”
Ahead of tomorrow's release, you can stream Lonely C (one-half of Soul Clap) and Tom Trago's "The Compass Joint," a tribute to the legendary studio in the Bahamas, in full via the player below.