A Chilean native, turned Germany dweller from age 3, Ricardo Villalobos has captivated fans and fellow artists alike since he began DJing in 1998. Taking much of his inspiration from Depeche Mode, he is now regarded as one of the most important minimal DJs in Europe, alongside other talented chilean djs and producers such as Luciano Nicolet (an occasional collaborator) and Dandy Jack.
And he’s back this Saturday 23rd January, at fabric for his infamous extended morning sessions — Ricky V’s unique kind of energy make these debaucherous nights shrouded in notoriety for good reason. For this first session of 2016, also present on the night will be Craig Richards, who each and every week creates an awe-inspiring soundtrack for the club. Richards is never the same and always challenging: his early morning sets are legendary, so don’t make plans for Sunday brunch.
Additionally, the super talented and always impressive Margaret Dygas will be in attendance. With a sound born in New York, ripened in London and refined in Berlin, Dygas is an artist whose sound possesses a true international resonance. Dygas has a broad musical background which fuels her desire for electronic experimentation within her music — hence why her dj-sets and productions cut through with a deep dub-influence, yet maintain that flint of funk from her colourful past.
Heading up Room Two will be fabric resident Terry Francis drawing on his incisive techno collection (as always), Peter Van Hosen, Cosmin TRG and Matrixxman. fabric is always a riot: and this Saturday looks to be no exception.
fabric, 77a Charterhouse St, Clerkenwell, London EC1M 3HN
Tickets available from Resident Advisor