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Mumdance joins the Fabric canon of legendary bespoke mixes, and his contribution will go down in history as one of the best. When the producer returned to the airwaves in 2013 with contributions to Rinse, Tectonic and Keysound, it was abundantly clear that he had honed in on a sound that was truly his. This mix is a microcosm of the sounds that built that rebirth, effortlessly traversing through a slew of conflicting styles and like only the best selectors can do, ensuring it all makes sense. Initially building up an immobilising wall of sheet sound from Shapednoise and Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, the oblique ‘Brance Light’ from Fis changes direction into a passage of jagged, fragmented electronics from Sculpture and Sweet Exocist. From here, we’re thrown headlong into a barrage of military-drilled bass pressure from contemporaries such as Pinch, Acre and Helm including unheard cuts from Logos and an exclusive VIP rework of his collaboration with Novelist. Finally we transit into a finale based around the hardcore era that he grew up on, this is a snapshot of Mumdance’s musical foundations and a reiteration of his current standpoint.

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