Fabric continues with Ewan Pearson on 35

Germany based DJ and producer Ewan Pearson will mix Fabric 35. With minimal being the prevailing theme of the techno world, the musical equivalent of writing a word over and over until it has lost all meaning; it's refreshing to stumble upon someone as anomalous as the highly inventive Ewan Pearson.

"I think I move around style-wise, I've got quite diverse tastes. I suppose, because of the remixes I was doing 5 years ago, I've been lumped into the electro scene, but what interests me is finding exciting new records. It's that sensibility of trying to twist things slightly, trying to put things together in not such an obvious way, trying to change things style-wise. What I don't like is hearing hours of the same sort of thing. At the moment, I love techno but I don't just play sort of minimal clicky stuff. What bores me when everyone is doing the same thing. I just find the stuff that moves me and try and make it work." Ewan Pearson says for Fabric Records.

Track listing:

01. Jahcoozi – Ali McBills (Robert Johnson 6am X-Ray Italo Rework) – Careless
02. MarcAshken – Nimrod (Marc Houle Is A Nimrod Remix) - Leftroom
03. Gui.tar – Push In The Bush - Careless
04. Snax – Honeymoon's Over (Konrad Black Mix) - Terranova
05. Jens Zimmermann – Tranquillité – K2
06. Liquid Liquid – Bellhead - DFA
07. Lee Burridge and Dan F – Treat 'em Mean, Keep 'em Keen (Exercise One, Mix 2) – Almost Anonymous
08. 100 Hz – Trustlove – Hi-Phen Music Delivery
09. Samim – Paspd ft. Big Bully – Circus Company
10. Laven & MSO – Looking For God - Klang
11. Simon Baker – Plastik - Infant
12. Samuel L Sesssions ft. Paris The Black Fu – Can You Relate – Klap Klap
13. Johannes Heil – All For One (Tobi Neumann's Swinging Remix) - Klang
14. Kaos – Panopeeps (Origin) - Lektroluv
15. Beanfield "Tides" – C's Movement #1 (Carl Craig Remix) - Compost
**. Aril Brikha – Berghain - Kompakt

Release Date: fabric first members: 03/07/07 uk/r.o.w. retail: 16/07/07

Fabric continues with Ewan Pearson on 35
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May 26, 2007 at 6:40 PM CEST

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