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London Club Fabric announces the return of 24h+ party marathon, Continuum

London nightclub, Fabric, is back in full force as their 24 hour party series, Continuum, charges forward this year with a blast of “uninterrupted music” to delight the fans.

Launched in 2021, Continuum returns this October, kicking off with a 30-hour birthday event from the 15th to 17th October with AFRODEUTSCHE, Dax J, Sonja Moonear – just to name a few.

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Expect the celebrations to roll on as British techno maestro, James Ruskin, is due to bring his Blueprint Records repertoire down to celebrate its 26th anniversary on the 5th and 6th November, featuring yet another stacked list of DJs like Ben Sims, Dave Clarke, GiGi FM, Nene H and Surgeon on the deck. Consistently releasing quality material through his label Blueprint since its foundation in the mid 90s, James Ruskin has consistently delivered a quality drive and adventurous sound design in all his music productions.

Just as the end of the year approaches, Enzo Siragusa’s FUSE party will host a special club takeover on the 10th and 11th of December. The DJ, producer and party founder is the man behind the renowned East London party brand, FUSE, and constantly showcases his broad-minded collective and label through his music. In this segment of Continuum, Enzo will surely bring his A-game and unmistakable sound to the party. Whether he is DJ-ing, making beats in the studio, hosting another sellout event or letting loose on the dance floor, the fans can be assured that his music is always fueled by a desire to perpetuate the culture that changed his life.

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Throughout the years, Fabric has become one of the iconic dance-floor venues in London. First opened in 1999, the building stands proudly in the renovated space of the Metropolitan Cold Stores in Farringdon, London. The club is known for its three massive spaces that host resident and guests DJs playing a wide variety of dance music from drum, bass, dubstep, house and techno. 

This is definitely going to be a major highlight in the fall season that you do not want to miss out on. Grab your tickets to the Continuum party here.

Words by Sheila Lim

Posted On 4 October, 2022