Matt Tolfrey - Fabric 81Club | 05.03.2015
April 2015 sees Matt Tolfrey deliver his 25-track “Fabric 81” mix after over ten years behind the decks at the legendary London club.
It all began when Craig Richards spotted Tolfrey’s talents at the Bomb nightclub in Nottingham and invited him to play at Fabric in 2004 which marked the beginning of long and beautiful relationship. After a move to London around this time, Tolfrey kicked off his unique sounding Leftroom label and signed his debut EP to the burgeoning Crosstown Rebels, two moves which fully drew him into the music industry.
Across Tolfrey’s mix we are treated to a broad selcetion of styles and compositions old and new, all tied together nicely in one seamless mix showcasing Matt Tolfrey’s knowledge of past and present productions.
Matt had this to say on “Fabric 81”;
“Fabric 81 is the mix I’ve been hoping to achieve my whole career.It’s always hard to tell a full story when you’re restricted by the length of a CD, but by editing nearly all the tracks on the mix, I was able to fit it all in. The complilation is the result of eleven years of playing and attending fabric, fabric 81 is a distillation of my experiences and musical memories rather than a straight up trip through the latest promos and hot cuts.”
Matt now belongs along a long list of accomplished artists with “Mumdance”, “Joseph Capriati” and ‘Jimmy Edgar” all filling the last three slots.