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In the electronic dance world, London-based DJ and producer Fabich is a force to be reckoned with. A German-born nu-disco and deep house artist who continuously subverts trends and genres through his singles and collaborations. Mixing classic house beats along with tropical flavours, he never fails to keep it fresh and original. Fabich may not have the large discography, but the producer is a true example of quality over quantity and always delivers. Frequently working with the likes of Ferdinand Weber and releasing the stomping 'One, Two' on The Magician's Potion imprint, Fabich knows just how to inject your eardrums with piano chords, bouncy drums, and a steady energy that will be sure to make you move. An artist that is always keen to tell his tale to the masses, Berlin was a huge source of inspiration for Fabich's early records, but his inspirations come from far and wide across the globe. Telling us, "As a kid, I remember we had a huge Techno festival called Loveparade that I LOVED! Artists like Westbam and Dr. Motte were huge back then and I listened to their songs on repeat. Later on, I discovered rap music and listened to a lot of stuff from Eminem to Cam’ron, Fabolous and Kanye West. I now try to combine the two genres in my music and make dance music with a soulful or urban vibe".
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