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Fabric Presents Sherelle
Artist: Sherelle
Format: Vinyl

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Label: Fabric
Rel. Date: 07/15/2022
UPC: 5060845320539

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Double vinyl LP pressing. This is a a high octane hi energy tribute to jungle, footwork and bass beats, with a BPM that rarely drops below 150BPM. It's a compilation mix curated by Sherelle for fabric's 'presents' series. Studded with names key to the genres ' many personal friends of Sherelle's - it's a creation that respects both the birth of the jungle scene as well as it's current locality. With inclusions like the late legend *DJ Rashad and former footwork dancer RP Boo (who is credited with making the first tracks that fall within the footwork canon), as well the holy trio of current uber cool US producers - New York's AceMo and Kush Jones, the former with the scuffed techno 'Perpetrator' and Kush Jones' breaks-based 'Fuck Off', and Miami-based duo INVT who deliver the bass driven 'Super Galactic', this release goes off the edge. Sherelle's exclusive single 'Jungle Teknah' rips through the mix as an energetic 90's jungle banger. Frequent collaborators and fellow Londoners Tim Reaper and Worldwide Epidemic furnish cuts of their own, with Paul Pryor's label Time Tunnel delivering remixes of tunes from the glory days of the UK rave scene that encapsulate early 90s hardcore & jungle. Not content with fathering established jungle label Hooversound along with NAINA, 2021 saw her launching new label Beautiful, a platform for supporting black and LGBTQI+ artists, and landing the cover of Mixmag on the month of this mix's release. Driven and vocal, a proudly gay and black artist, Sherelle is a major force of the future.