Visionquest set for Fabric61

It was really only a matter of time. The Detroit-born quintet are about as in demand as in demand gets right now, and have been for some time, meaning Britain’s biggest and most respected mix series was always going to give them a call sooner or later.

That must have happened a few months ago, as Visionquest, or Seth Troxler, Lee Curtiss, Ryan Crosson, and Shaun Reeves, have compiled the next instalment in the ongoing Fabric saga and it’s nearly ready to ship. The 61st house and techno focused edition boasts an enticing tracklist, though we will have to wait and see if it lives up to the name of the collective responsible (which, in Native American cultures, refers to a spiritual journey associated with new beginnings).

That to one side though fans of Tin Man, Wagon Repair’s Konrad Black, French house duo Cassius, Plain & Simple favourites My Favourite Robot, and off-the-wall electro-techno head Green Velvet will all be excited and no doubt satisfied with the trip through sound once they can take it, as those names all appear on the mix. The disc will be out to buy from December 5th, more information is available by clicking here, and we’ve listed the tunes in order below.

Fabric60: Visionquest

01. Tin Man – Wasteland
02. STL – Portside Waves
03. Soul Center – Hal 2010
04. Seuil – In The Moon
05. Konrad Black – Doodimbouttogay
06. Cassius – The Sound Of Violence (Franco Cinelli Remix)
07. Terje Bakke – Ekaterinburg
08. Kollektiv Turmstrasse & Florian Schirmacher – Uneins (Aril Brikha Remix)
09. Catz ‘n Dogz feat. Paul Randolph – I’m Free (Carl Craig Remix)
10. Loosefingers – Winterflower
11. My Favorite Robot – Forest Fires
12. DVS1 – Polyphonic Love
13. Green Velvet – Abduction
14. Aquarius Heaven feat. Dani Siciliano – Can’t Buy Love
15. Tale Of Us & Footprintz – Tale/Foot Break
16. Footprintz – Heaven Felt Like Night
17. Wildcookie – Song With No Ending

 *** UPDATE ***
Just confirmed, Shaun Reeves will be streaming his set live in Room One alongside Brandt Brauer Frick + Le Loup.