We were so excited to take part in fabric’s new streaming series, London Unlocked, on Sunday 14 March 2021.
London Unlocked sees fabric share performances every Sunday over seven weeks, featuring 25 of the UK’s most exciting artists in the city’s most adored arts venues, galleries and historical landmarks. The shows’ aim is to showcase some of London’s most iconic cultural spaces and electronic artists as well as raise donations for the Music Venue Trust (MVT) to support struggling grassroots music venues around the country.
Huge shouts to everyone that tuned in! Feedback has floored me…. Honestly.— Oliver Jones (@I_Skream) March 14, 2021
Huge thanks to
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Kicking off the series of shows at the Royal Albert Hall were Bradley Zero, Shy One and Skream & Crazy D.
Watch their sets below:
Rhythm Section’s Bradley Zero takes to the stage at the Hall to tell the story of the London club sound: from hardcore to garage via an upbeat selection of soulful house and broken beat.
Respected for the eclecticism in her sound, Shy One presented a masterclass in house music at the Hall that pulled out the many and brilliant different strands of this foundational dance music format.
Skream & Crazy D
Watch as Skream takes dubstep to the Royal Albert Hall for the first time, playing an exclusive set of brand new 140 productions with a firm nod to the genre’s formative years. Joining him is Crazy D – one of the most important MCs in dubstep’s history.
9 ways you can support us
This extended closure has put the Royal Albert Hall, like many other venues, in a perilous situation.
Without shows on we have lost our major source of funding, but there remains a number of ways you can continue to support the Royal Albert Hall during this crisis:
Please support the Royal Albert Hall during the coronavirus crisis.
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