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Martyn Fabric 50 promo mix

Martyn Fabric 50 promo mix

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Lovely new promo mix by Martyn for Fabric after the jump with tracks from Om Unit, Gil Scott Heron, Levon Vincent, DJ Killer, Renaissance Man and Martyn’s own tunes. Before you get to the mix itself though, here’s a killer AFX-esque remix from the man of Efdemin’s ‘Acid Bells’ from last year.

MP3: Efdemin – Acid Bells (Martyn’s Dark Mix)

Conor McCaffrey’s review of the released Fabric mix for State is here.

Fabric50 minimix by Martyn  by  Hypnosis Events

Tracklist:
1. Om Unit – “Lightgrids” (Fat City)
2. Martyn – “Bridge” (3024)
3. Gil Scott-Heron – “Where did the night go” (XL Recordings)
4. Levon Vincent – “These Games” (Novel Sound)
5. Wulf N Bear – “Raptures of the Deep” (2020 Vision)
6. DJ Killer – “Pound” (4 Sure Productions)
7. Pattern Repeat – “Ofetriade Ben Klock remix” (Echocord)
8. Renaissance Man – “Aloha” (Sound Pellegrino)
9. Jeva Du – “I Zebra” (Platzhirsch Schallplatten)
10. Dudu – “African Woman Instrumental” (Choc’s Pro Sound)
11. Mosca – “Nike (club edit)” (Night Slugs)
12. Roska – “I Need Love” (Tempa)
13. Redshape – “Dirt One” (Delsin)
14. Art of Tones “Call the Shots Motor City Drum Ensemble mix” (2020 Vision)
15. Doc Daneeka – “Drums in the Deep” (Fabric)
16. Deadboy – “Ifuwantme” (Numbers)
17. Martyn – “Miniluv” (Ostgut Ton)
18. Gucci Vump – “Sha! Shtil! (L-Vis1990 mix) (Sound Pellegrino)
19. Martyn – “Seventy Four Redshape mix” (3024)
20. Martyn – “Brilliant Orange” (3024)
21. Martyn – “Brilliant Orange Illum Sphere’s no 14 mix” (3024)


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