Diggin’ On Evil Nine
I’ve been on a bit of a spending binge over the products from the Fabric London store. When in the mood for some “new to me” music, I trawl their back catalog. To be honest, the purchases have been a combination of buying second market CDs or digital downloads from the Amazon Music Store. Hopefully, this plug will send some purchases their way. But over the course of the past month, I’ve collected over 6 different titles.
The current leader of the pack is Evil Nine’s entry into the FabricLive list. The end-to-end DJ mix is a nice journey into breaks territory. Opens quite well, dips a little, then really picks up steam near the tail end. Highlights are, Technologic, All I Wanna Do Is Break Some Hearts, and Nowhere Girl. Not to mention an inspired outro with The Clash’s London Calling.
The musical style is most reminiscent of stuff from Fatboy Slim, The Chemical Brothers, and an incredible one shot effort, The Dirtchamber Sessions, by The Prodigy. Give Evil Nine a whirl if you fancy that particular flavor.