Following on from her critically acclaimed album “Comfort,” Maya Jane Coles has been enlisted to mix fabric 75. A mix of raw techno and deep house, the compilation puts her another step forward in her already successful career.
At 26 years-old, the British-Japanese producer/DJ has already been included in Rolling Stone’s top 25 most influential DJs on the planet, with DJ sets for Boiler Room and guest mixes for XLR8R’s podcast series and Radio 1’s Essential Mixes.
The compilation starts with cymbal and snare sounds from Trus’me’s ‘Somebody,’ followed by the minimalistic techno sounds of Dixon’s remix of ‘Level 7.’ MJC throws in her unreleased track ‘Premonition,’ showing off her matured synth lines and minimal aesthetic, while leaving the heavier garage house till last, with tracks like Chesus’ ‘Monster.’
The simplicity and raw house sounds of fabric 75, illustrates MJC’s knowledge and insight into the electronic music world. A balanced combination of rhythmic beats, heavy bass and percussion, she guides the listener through a journey like the musical storyteller she is.
01. Trus’me – Somebody [Prime Numbers]
02. Ksky – Madness (Volta Cab Remix – Maya Jane Coles Edit) [Sad But True]
03. Dapayk & Padberg – Close Up (Exercise One Remix) [Mo’s Ferry Prod.]
04. Mathew Jonson – Level 7 (Dixon Remix) [Crosstown Rebels]
05. Heiko Laux & Alexander Lukat – Lucho Part 2 [Ovum]
06. DJ Yellow & Flowers And Sea Creatures – No One Gets Left Behind [Compost
Black Label] 07. Konstantin Sibold – Romin [Snork Enterprises] 08. Maya Jane Coles – Premonition [unreleased] 09. Baikal – Why Don’t Ya? (Ripperton Remix) [Maeve] 10. Paul Woolford – Erotic Discourse (Dense & Pika Remix) [2020 Vision] 11. Paride Saraceni – Dissolute [unreleased] 12. Negru – Concubinaj [Natural Rhythm] 13. Shall Ocin – Forgive Me (Edu Imbernon Remix) [Culprit] 14. Yenk – Basement [Baumhaus] 15. Chesus feat. Kofi Tarris – Monster [4lux] 16. NT89 – Purple Garden [Food] 17. Fran Von Vie feat. Cio May – Lonely Nights [Sudbeat]