Fabric – one of the jewel’s in Britain’s nightlife crown and admired and loved internationally – has, despite all the fantastic hard work done by so many stakeholders in the last 18 months, been closed pending review.
This is a time for all of us to have our voices heard together – and make sure we are heard. Everything hangs in the balance. An enormous amount hangs in the balance right now and the world’s eyes are upon us all. What happens to Fabric happens to us all.
Please sign the petition here and share across social media including the official hashtags #SaveFabric and #nightlifematters
From Alan Miller, Chairman of Night Time Industries Association:
“We are hopeful and confident that with all the fantastic work done by so many stakeholders across London recently, that Islington Council will find a way along with the Police to ensure that what the Mayor of London has said – and what we all want and need – that Fabric will be able to continue operations, leading the way as it does internationally and in the UK with it’s “gold standard” of professionalism and for us to retain one of Britain’s most loved cultural gems.”
From Cameron Leslie, co-founder of fabric:
“As you know by now fabric is facing the very real threat of closure on Sept 6th. If fabric’s licence is revoked or onerous conditions placed upon it that make it impossible to operate the London will lose yet another venue. However, stringent the operating policies and procedures, venues are currently too far downstream on the problems and risks to avoid the inevitable.
We are asking that the Police work with us as they did for such a long time to take the challenges we all face head on. Please take a moment to sign the petition on the link below and share with friends, family and fans, hopefully the London Borough of Islington and the Mayor will take note.”
Dillon Francis and Flosstradamus will collide in Los Angeles this fall for a special co-headlining event, Dillstradamus Presents: IDGAFOS HDYFEST 3UNION.
Flosstradamus are coming off a monstrous festival season that included headline sets at Lollapalooza and HARD Summer. They also just released their latest single and collaboration with Post Malone titled “Came Up.”
Dillon Francis has a handful of recent releases under his belt heading into November including “Candy” and the acclaimed NGHTMRE collaboration, “Need You.” He also just wrapped up a run of European festivals as well as performances at HARD Summer and EDC New York in the U.S.
The special one-time-only event will take place on Thursday, November 3 at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles. Fan club presale starts tomorrow at 10AM PST with the general on sale beginning Friday at 10AM PST. All tickets are available at http://www.dillstradamus.com.
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USHUAÏA IBIZA CLOSING PARTY DATE REVEALED
The open-air club will round off its 2016 season on Saturday 1st October
USHUAÏA IBIZA BEACH HOTEL
PLAYA D’EN BOSSA
SATURDAY 1ST OCTOBER
For more information and tickets please visit: www.ushuaiaibiza.com/closing
Already midway through a memorable 2016 season that’s played host to an array of iconic, world-leading DJs, Ushuaïa Ibiza has now revealed the date for its closing party on Saturday 1st October.
With full details to follow over the coming weeks – such as line up and party theme – Ushuaïa’s closing parties are revered on the island — both for their line-ups and incredible open-air surroundings forming a crucial part of the Ibiza clubbing calendar.
Set to be equally exciting as their season schedule, the all-day party will be designed to let clubbers celebrate and reflect on the season past whilst looking ahead to the next, allowing Ushuaïa to come alive for one final time.
|Get ready to be thrust into the world of STEVE AOKI as the documentary I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead is available world-wide now via Netflix, the world’s leading internet TV network.
AOKI’s story can now be seen in homes in over 190 countries world-wide, joining such highly regarded Netflix original titles as House of Cards, Stranger Things, What Happened, Miss Simone? and Making A Murderer.
To mark the occasion, AOKI will complete a Facebook Live Q&A at 12:30pm ET/9:30am PT on Wednesday, August 24 moderated by iconic journalist Katie Couric. Tune in at: steveaoki.is/Facebook
The film, which premiered to a sold-out audience at the Tribeca Film Festival this past spring, gives an inside look at the life of the Grammy-nominated electronic dance music superstar who stands as one of pop music’s most tireless multi-hyphenates: founder of the taste-making record label Dim Mak and a chart-topping producer-remixer-DJ with his finger pressed firmly to the pulse of cutting-edge youth culture.
Vulnerable and often bittersweet, I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead was shot over the course of three years, during the making of his Neon Future double album (Dim Mak/Ultra Music, 2014/15). It follows his journey to play the biggest show of his career and centers around the complex yet loving relationship with his father, the Benihana restaurant tycoon, daredevil athlete and former Olympian Rocky Aoki.
From the main stage of Tomorrowland in Belgium to intimate gatherings at his family home in Japan, it’s an inside look at one of music’s most outstanding characters. The story is complimented by interviews with STEVE‘s mother (another major influence in his life), sister/supermodel Devon Aoki, along with musicians and contemporaries Diplo, Tiesto, Afrojack, Laidback Luke, Travis Barker, Pete Tong and will.i.am, among others.
The film comes from the same team behind the critically acclaimed documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi. It is directed by Justin Krook and produced by David Gelb (Chef’s Table, Jiro Dreams of Sushi), Matthew Weaver (Rock of Ages), Happy Walters (The Big Lebowski, The Fighter, Limitless), Matt Colon; Executive Producers Michael J. Mailis, Hajime Inoue and Joanna Shaw; and Co-Producer’s Susan Wrubel, Nick Stern and Gaku Kaneko.