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Pearson has crafted a wonderfully fluid mix, shifting from abrasive, percussive workouts to sublime, sparkling electronics with ease. The mix is underpinned by a menacing sub-plot; mechanical, treated vocals and low end kick drive the story deeper. On fabric 35, Ewan Pearson tells a gripping, equivocal story; at times it's moving ("Berghain" by Aril Brikha), other times brilliantly off-the-wall (Konrad Black's take on 'Honeymoon's Over"), even twists and turns towards the adulterous (100 Hz on "Trustlove") - but, from beginning to end, remains completely unpredictable.

1. Ali McBills - Jahcoozi
2. Nimrod - Marcashken
3. Push In the Bush - Gui.Tar
4. Honeymoon's Over - Snax
5. Tranquillite - Jens Zimmerman
6. Bellhead - Liquid Liquid
7. Treat 'Em Mean, Keep 'Em Keen - Lee Burridge
8. Trustlove - 100 HZ
9. Paspd Ft. Big Bully - Samim
10. Looking For God - Laven
11. Plastik - Simon Baker
12. Can You Relate - Samuel L Sessions
13. All For One - Johannes Heil
14. Panopeeps - Kaos
15. Medley: 'Tides'-C's Movement No.1/Berghain - Beanfield

Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 14, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Fabric
  • ASIN: B000Q7ZJ5I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #323,805 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By LexAffection on October 22, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Following Ellen Allien's well-established Fabric footprints is anything but an easy task; Ewan Pearson, however, makes the job look just about as simple as rolling over in bed. Gas-powered grinding kicks off the thirty-fifth Fabric album that retains its dignity by being cohesive, but manages to be a wildly unique album in its own right by tearing at the very fabric of its own cohesiveness. Those who took note of Pearson's Sci.Fi.Hi.Fi_01 mix will be pleasantly surprised by this sexually funked follow-up record which really outdoes itself in bringing freshness to the scene.

Fabric 35 feels like "rocked-out" minimal tech music and whilst the blips, bloops and whirrs characteristic of minimal electronic music are never at a loss for musical speech, tracks like Jahcoozi's "Ali McBills" and Gui.tar's "Push In The Bush" lend a strongly danceable hand to this journey. Instead of floating on the surface of sporadically electronic elements like most minimal releases, Pearson's choice of tracks fine-tunes a simple yet steadfast raft upon which the listener can safely ride the turbulent waves of melody without fear of attention span going overboard.
Pearson crafts this proverbial raft in such a way that one is wildly aware of the one urgent caveat: Do not become complacent! When the solidity of Pearson's flow seems to border predictability, Snax's dirty house track "Honeymoon's Over," alongside the incessant jangle of tambourines and disco-funk vocals, suddenly lands with the type of "bang" that is certainly anything in the world but predictable. "Tranquillite" brings minimal-tribal house to the table - a genre rarely rearing its head from the deep underground house scene. Much like the rest of the album, this oddity simply delights the senses.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Elevate Difference on August 25, 2007
Format: Audio CD
It's hard to get a handle on who Ewan Pearson isn't, and what he doesn't do. His bio includes bits about being an underground electronic music idol (so much better than being an American Idol), a producer who did work for Gwen Stefani and a remixer who has `rerubbed' everyone from Depeche Mode to The Chemical Brothers and Franz Ferdinand to the Pet Shop Boys. Pearson's bio also includes a degree in English lit from Cambridge, and a Masters in Philosophy. On Fabric 35, also the name of a famous London nightclub where Pearson DJ's, he remixes 15 songs into one novella of music with a plot that lulls the listener in, and a subplot that keeps them close.

It's the mix of intellect and musical ability that shines through on Fabric 35 making it a stimulating trip from start to finish. Pearson is an obvious veteran of the electronic scene. He uses his skill to pull out the best elements of each song, and then blows them up like an awesome bubblegum bubble that pops deep bass all over your face when it bursts.
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By Boony on November 2, 2012
Format: Audio CD
I'll say this, I don't LOVE this album, but the creativeness of it is fantastic!...... Tunes are very random and eclectic, but they blend into a truly wonderful mix full of twisted surprises. Good ol fashion tech-house! Love Ewan, such a visionary in EDM.
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